Controlled organization of nanomaterials into hierarchically designed structures is a primary focus that scientists have been striving to address for bringing nanoscale science and technology into next level of fully integrated systems. We are particularly interested in exploring the diversity and high selectivity in biological interactions, such as DNA base-pairing and protein-protein interactions, to assemble low-dimensional structures into higher-dimensional ordered arrays and other designed architectures in a controllable and reversible fashion for a range of technological applications in energy and life sciences.

A. Self-assembled Nanoelectronic System for Functional Interface with Biological Systems

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B. Highly Integrated, Multifunctional Energy Systems