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Prof. GAO Yongqian

 

 

Prof. GAO Yongqian

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Email: iamyqgao@njtech.edu.cn

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

Research Interests

Research on the fundamental optical/electric physics processes (energy/charge transfer) in organic/inorganic semiconducting materials using different optical probes

Biographical Information

1999-2003: Bachelor degree; Anhui University.

2003-2006: Master degree; University of Science and Technology of China.

2006-2011: PhD degree; University of New Mexico.

2011-2014: Post-Doc.; Los Alamos National Lab, US.

2014/08-2014/12: Consultant; Albuquerque, Astrom-dep company.

2014-2015: Technique Management; PacGenoBio-Tech, Shenzhen, China.

2015-        : Prof.; Institute of Advanced Materials, Nanjing Tech University.

Academic Achievements

Prof. GAO Yongqian is interested in researching on the fundamental optical/electric physics processes (energy/charge transfer) in organic/inorganic semiconducting materials using different optical probes. He also published over 10 SCI papers on Advanced Optical Materials, Small, JACS, JPC, etc with over 400 cited times. The highest cited paper is near 100 times. He was also served as peer-reviewers for more than 10 international journals (Applied Physics Letters, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Solar Energy Materials and Solar, etc.).

Publications:

1. Yongqian Gao, Jennifer A. Hollingsworth, Steve Doorn and Han Htoon, Enhancing Biexciton mission Efficiency of Giant Nanocrystal Quantum Dots with Graphene Adv. Opt. Mater. (accepted as VIP paper and cover paper )

2. Benjamin D. Mangum, Feng Wang, Allison M. Dennis, Yongqian Gao, Jennifer A. Hollingsworth and Han Htoon, Competition between Auger Recombination and Hot Carrier Trapping in PL Intensity Fluctuations of Type II Nanocrystals Small DOI: 10.1002/smll.201302896

3. Y. Gao, T. P. Martin, E. T. Niles, A. J. Wise, Alan K. Thomas, John K. Grey Spectroscopic and electrical imaging of disordered polymeric solar cells: Understanding aggregation effects on material performance SPIE 7758-7 (proceeding)

4. Y. Gao, E. T. Niles, T. P. Martin, A. K. Thomas, A. J. Wise, and J. K. Grey, Understanding Morphology-Dependent Polymer Aggregation Properties and Photocurrent in Polythiophene/Fullerene Solar Cells of variable compositions The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2010, 114, 15121-15128.

5. Y Gao, T. P. Martin, A. K. Thomas, and J. K. Grey, Resonance Raman Spectroscopic- and Photocurrent Imaging of Polythiophene/Fullerene Solar Cells, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2010, 1, 178-182.

6. Y. Gao, J.K. Grey, Resonance Chemical Imaging of Polythiophene/Fullerene Photovoltaic Materials: Morphology-dependent Aggregated and Unaggregated States. Journal of American Chemical Society, 2009, 131(28), 9654-9622.

7. Y. Gao, Z. Wang, Y. Liu, S. Xiong, Y. Qian. Influence of anions on the morphology of nanophase .alpha.-MnO2 crystal via hydrothermal process. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2006, 6(8), 2576-2579.

8. Y. Gao, Z. Wang, J. Wan, G. Zou;Y. Qian. A facile route to synthesize uniform single-crystalline alpha-MnO2 nanowires. Journal of Crystal Growth, 2005, 279(3-4), 415-419.

9. J. Du; Y. Gao, L. Chai, G. Zou, Y. Li, Y. Qian, Hausmannite Mn3O4 nanorods: synthesis, characterization and magnetic properties. Nanotechnology, 2006, 17(19), 4923-4928.

10. Q. Cao, Y. Gao, X. Chen, L. Mu, W. Yu, Y. Qian, Solution phase synthesis of hollow SnO2 nanospheres at room temperature. Chemistry Letters, 2006, 35(2) 178-179.

11. Y. Liu, M. Zhang, Y. Gao, R. Zhang, Y. Qian Synthesis and optical properties of cubic In2S3 hollow nanospheres Material Chemistry and Physics, 2007, 101(2-3), 362-366.

12. S. Xiong, J. Shen, Q. Xie, Y. Gao, Q. Tang, Y. Qian A precursor-based route to ZnSe nanowire bundles. Advanced Functional Materials, 2005, 15(11), 1787-1792.

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