We are an interdisciplinary research group specializing in both computational modeling and experimental characterization of energy transport. Particularly, we are interested in thermal phonons and their interactions with other energy carriers, such as electrons, photons, and magnons. We are on a mission to help build a sustainable energy future and achieve carbon neutrality by 1) Developing renewable energy harvesting technologies using thermal energy; 2) Designing energy-efficient cooling technologies for micro/nanoelectronics. We have been working on advancing the fundamental understanding of nanoscale transport and energy conversion to make a transformative impact on material design and discovery for diverse applications. The impact of our work ranges from renewable energy conversion, microelectronics cooling, space and building technologies, additive manufacturing, biomedical engineering and quantum computing.