Principal Investigator
 
Ghim Wei Ho, Associate Professor
 
Faculty, Electrical and Computer Engineering 
Associate, Engineering Science Programme 
Courtesy appointment, Materials Science and Engineering
Adjunct, Institute of Materials Research & Engineering (IMRE), A*Star

 

Ghim Wei Ho is currently an Associate Professor of the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS).  She leads the Nanomaterials & Nanosystems Innovation research group working on fundamental and applied research on nanosystems with emerging low dimensional nanomaterials, interfacial interactions and hybridized functionalities for energy, environment, electronics and healthcare.  

She has co-authored more than 150 papers in the international refereed journals. She was an elected Scholar at Selwyn College, University of Cambridge and is a Cambridge Commonwealth Society Fellow since 2006. In 2014, she was awarded the L’OREAL UNESCO for Women in Science Fellowship. In 2015, she was the honoree winner of the JCI’s Ten Outstanding Young Persons (TOYP) Award in the Science and/or Technological Development category. In 2016, she was honoured as the Science & Technology winner for the Great Women of Our Time as well as the ASEAN-US Science Prize for women.

Group Members
 
Ong Wei Li

Research Fellow

 

 
Peh Kangnuo, Connor

Research Fellow

Gao Minmin

Research Fellow

 

Zhu Liangliang

Research Fellow

 

Yang Min-Quan

Research Fellow

 

Liow Chi Hao

Research Fellow

 

 
Cheng Yin

Research Fellow

 

 
Wang Xiaoqiao

Research Fellow


Ding Tianpeng

Research Fellow

 

 
Yilmaz Gamze 

Research Fellow

 

Li Tongtao

Research Fellow

 
Meng Fanlu

Research Fellow

 

 
Chan Kwok Hoe

Research Engineer

 

 

 
Lu Xin

M. Eng Candidate

 
Tan Chuan Fu

Ph.D Candidate

Ng Wen Ling, Serene 

Ph.D Candidate

Lim Jian Hong, Kane 

Ph.D Candidate

Ph.D Candidate

 

 

 



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