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Assoc. Prof. ZHANG Hui

Assoc. Prof. ZHANG Hui



Address: 5 Xin Mo Fan Road, Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing 210009, China

Research Interests

High performance organic/inorganic electronics, such as solar cells, photodetectors, light emitting diodes, and focusing on the improvement of efficiency, stability and upscaling.

Biographical Information

2007-2010: Master degree; South China University of Technology

2010-2011: Research Assistant; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, ETH

2011-2015: PhD degree; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, EPFL.

2015-        : Associate Professor; Nanjing Tech University.

2016-        :Visitor; Institute of Photonic Science in Barcelona, ICFO


[1]  H. Zhang, B. Niesen, E. Hack, S. Jenatsch, L. Wang, A. Veron, M. Makha, R. Schneider, Y. Arroyo, R. Hany, F. Nuesch. Cyanine tandem and triple junction solar cells, Organic Electronics2016(30), 191-199.

[2]  H. Zhang, A. Borgschulte, F. A. Castro, R. Crockett, O. Deniz, J. Heier, S. Jenatsch, F. Nuesch, C. Sanchez, A. Zoladek-Lemanczyk, R. Hany. Photochemical transformations in fullerene and molybdenum oxide affect the stability of bilayer organic solar cells, Advanced Energy Materials, 2015, 5, 1400734.

[3]  H. Zhang, S. Jenatsch, J.R. Jonghe, F. Nuesch, R. Steim, A.C. Veron, R. Hany. Transparent photodetector using a near infrared absorbing cyanine dye, Scientific Reports, 2015,5,9439.

[4]  H. Zhang, H. Wu. Role of Surfactant Adsorption in Controlling Morphology of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes/Polythiophene, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2014, 53, 9088-9093.

[5]  A.C Veron, H. Zhang, A. Linden, F. Nuesch, J. Heier, R. Hany, T. Geiger. NIR-Absorbing Heptamethine Dyes with Tailor-Made Counterions for Application in Light to Energy Conversion, Organic Letters, 2014, 16, 1044-1047.

[6]  L. Wang, C. Hinderling, S. Jenatsch, F. Nuesch, D. Rentsch, R. Steim, H. Zhang, R. Hany. Cyanine dye polyelectrolytes for organic bilayer solar cells, Polymers, 2014, 55, 3196-3201.

[7]  H. Zhang, G. Wicht, C.Gretener, M. Nagel, F. Nuesch, Y. Romanyuk, J.N. Tisserant, R. Hany, Semitransparent organic photovoltaics using a near-infrared absorbing cyanine dye. Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells, 2013(118), 157-164.

[8]  G. Wicht, S. Bucheler, M. Dietrich, T. J?ger, F. Nuesch, T. Offermans, L. Wang, H. Zhang, R. Hany. Stability of bilayer trimethine cyanine dye / fullerene organic solar cells, Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells, 2013(117), 585-591.

[9]  E. Berner, T. J?ger, T. Lanz, F. Nuesch, J.N. Tisserant, G. Wicht, H. Zhang, R. Hany. Influence of crystalline titanium oxide layer smoothness on the performance of inverted organic bilayer solar cells, Applied Physics Letters, 2013, 102(18), 183903.

[10]  H.Q. Fu, L.N. Wang, W.T. Lai, H. Zhang. The Film Properties of Waterborne Polyurethane Modified by Epoxidized Soybean Oil and Styrene, International Journal of Polymeric Materials, 2011,60:654-664.

[11] H.Q. Fu, H. Huang, Q. Wang, H. Zhang, H.Q, Chen. Properties of Aqueous Polyurethane Dispersion Modified by Epoxide Resin and Their Use as Adhesive, Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 2009, 30(5):634-638.

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