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Prof. Yanwei Ma, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Title: High-Performance Graphene-based Supercapacitors: From Materials Design to Devices Fabrication (Read  more)

Bio: Prof. Ma Yanwei is currently the director of the Applied Superconductivity Laboratory and a full professor in Chinese Academy of Sciences. He was selected into "Hundred-Talents Program" and he received “National Science Fund for Distinguished Young People”. He is also the national candidate of the "100 Million Talent Project" in the new century, the recipient of the special allowance of the State Council, the winner of the 7th "Overseas Chinese Returnees Contribution Award" and the 100 leading talents in Beijing. He received Ph.D. degree from Tsinghua University in 1996. Then he ever worked at Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Tsukuba, Japan, and The French National Center for Scientific Research in France from 1998-2004. He has been engaged in the research on superconducting and nano-energy storage materials, and devices for years, and has achieved systematic innovation in the preparation of new superconducting materials, graphene quantitative synthesis and high-performance supercapacitor development and other directions. Some related research results have been selected in major scientific and technological achievements exhibition in "National Eleventh Five-Year Plan" by the Ministry of Science and Technology. His systematic research on high-performance iron-based superconducting materials has led the development of related field, and his development of the first 100-meter scale iron-based superconducting long line in the world is a milestone in the practical progress of iron-based superconducting materials. So far, he has published more than 260 papers (SCI) cited by SCI over 6500 times, and has more than 40 national invention patents.

Prof. Ying-Hao Eddie Chu, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

Title: Van der Waals Oxide Heteroepitaxy for Transparent Flexible Electronics ( Read More )     

Bio: Professor Ying-Hao Chu received his PhD in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering from National Tsing-Hua University in 2004. Then, he joined University of California, Berkeley as a postdoc. In 2008, he acquired an assistant professorship in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at National Chiao Tung University. He was promoted to an associate professor in 2015, and then he was promoted to a professor in 2018. From 2019, he was appointed as a distinguished professor. Since 2013, he has an adjunct position in institute of physics, Academia Sinica. In 2014 he started an adjunct position in the Department of Electrophysics, National Chiao Tung University. From 2016 to 2018, he had the adjunct position in the Material and Chemical Research Laboratories, Industrial Technology Research Institute and the International College of Semiconductor Technology at National Chiao Tung university. From 2019, he has an appointment with ACS Applied Electronic Materials to be an associate editor. His research is highly focused on complex functional oxides and strongly correlated electron systems. He has extensive experience in the use of advanced characterization techniques to understand and manipulate functional oxide heterostructures, nanostructures, and interfaces. His current goal is try to create a pathway to use high quality oxide heteroepitaxy for soft transparent technology. Now, he is a pioneer with the most publication along this research direction. He has published more than 280 papers (Web of Science: >15000 citations, h-index=58; Google Scholar: >19000 citations, h-index=68) in academic journals, including Science series (2), Nature series (~25), PNAS (2), ACS Nano & Nano Letters (>25), Advanced (Energy or Functional) Materials (>20), Nano Energy (>5), Physical Review series (>25), Applied Physics Letters (~40).

Prof. Dewei Zhao
Institute of Solar Energy Materials and Devices, College of Materials Science and Engineering, Sichuan University, China


Title
: Efficient Perovskite-Perovskite Tandem Solar Cells  ( Read More )
 

Bio: Dewei Zhao received his Ph.D. degree from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. From 2012–2018, he worked as a Postdoc Associate at University of Michigan and University of Florida and a Research Assistant Professor at The University of Toledo. Currently, he has been a professor in Institute of Solar Energy Materials and Devices, College of Materials Science and Engineering at Sichuan University, China. He has been awarded “Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Finance Students Abroad” (2011, China), and “Green Talents Competition 2010” (BMBF, Germany). He has contributed over 100 publications in journals of Nat. Energy (2), Science (3), Adv. Mater. (2), Adv. Energy Mater. (3), etc. He has also been serving as referee in journals of Nat. Energy, Energy & Environ. Sci., Adv. Mater., J. Am. Chem. Soc., etc. His recent research interest focuses on organic/inorganic hybrid optoelectronic devices and characterizations, such as thin-film solar cells, light-emitting diodes, and photodetectors.