Research Assistant Professor School of Microelectronics

Dr. Cong Zhao graduated from Sichuan University (China), is now a Research Assistant Professor in Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen. He is mainly engaged in mechanoluminescent materials research and novel visual pressure sensor development.

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Mechanoluminescent materials research and novel visual pressure sensor development.


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1. C. Zhao, Y. H. Wu, D.H. Wang, et al. A near-ultraviolet (NUV) converting blue-violet Mg2SiO4:Ce3+ phosphor for white light-emitting-diodes (w-LEDs), J. Lumi. 207 (2019) 241-245.

2. C. Zhao, Y. Pu, S.X. Cao*, et al. Effect of sintering temperature on the emission-spectrum-shape-evolution of Sr2SiO4:Eu2+ phosphor, J. Mater. Sci-Mater. El. 29 (2018) 13588-13595.

3. L. Yang, J. Wang, D. Zhu, Y. Pu, C. Zhao*, et. al. The effect of doping Mg2+ on structure and properties of Sr(1.992-x)MgxSiO4: 0.008Eu2+ blue phosphor synthesized by co-precipitation method. Opt. Mater. 75 (2018) 887-892.

4. C. Zhao, Y. Pu, Y. Tu, et al. Emission-spectrum-shape-evolution of Eu2+ under the crystallization process of the host-Ca2AlMg0.5Si1.5O7. Optik.160 (2018) 267-276

5. S.X. Cao, T. Han, L.L. Peng, C. Zhao*, et al. Hydrothermal synthesis, characterization and gas sensing properties of novel Cu2O open hollow nanospheres. Ceram. Int. 43 (2017) 4721-4724.

6. C. Zhao, D.C. Zhu, M.J. Tu, et al. A near-ultraviolet (NUV) converting blue-violet Ca2AlMg0.5Si1.5O7:xCe3+ phosphor for white light-emitting. RSC Adv. 6 (2016) 2368-2373.

7. S.X. Cao, H. Chen, T. Han, C. Zhao*, et al. Rose-like Cu2O nanoflowers via hydrothermal synthesis and their gas sensing properties. Mater. Lett. 180 (2016) 135-139.

8. C. Zhao, D.C. Zhu, W. Gao, et al. Effect of doping Gd3+ on crystal structure and luminescent properties of Sr2SiO4: Eu2+ phosphor. J. Rare. Earth. 33(2015)693-699.

9. C. Zhao, D.C. Zhu, X. Shu, et al. High visible light photocatalytic property of TiO2 nanoparticles with mixed phases and Co doping. Superlattice. Microst. 88 (2015) 32-42.

10. C. Zhao, D.C. Zhu, Y. Pu, et al. The effect of doping La3+ on structure and luminescent properties of Sr2SiO4: Eu2+ phosphor. Ceram. Int. 41(2015)13341-13347.

11. C. Zhao, D.C. Zhu, W. Gao, et al. A near-ultraviolet (NUV) converting green-yellow Ca2AlMg0.5Si1.5O7:xEu2+ phosphor for white light-emitting-diodes (w-LEDs), Chem. Eng. J. 254 (2014) 486-490.

12. C. Zhao, D.C. Zhu, M.X. Ma,et al. Brownish red emitting YAG:Ce3+,Cu+ phosphors for enhancing the color rendering index of white LEDs [J] . J. Alloys. Compd. 2012 (523) 151–154.

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  • SUSTech Annual Research Symposium 2019 comes to a successful close

    2019-11-14
  • SUSTech wins Shenzhen “Talent Bole Award” for 4th consecutive year

    2019-11-14
  • Global Scientist Interdisciplinary Forum2020

    2019-10-24

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