Lo’s Research Group performs research in two main areas: (a) biomedical and biophotonic devices and (b) condensed matter photonics and optoelectronic devices.  The former includes microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip devices, in-vitro diagnostic and point-of-care devices, and novel devices for single cell analysis and drug discovery.  The latter is primarily focused on devices and novel physical mechanisms that can achieve ultrasensitive light detection with single-photon sensitivity.  Applications include imaging, night vision, LiDAR, medical and bioimaging, and quantum communication, computing, and sensing.