Professor Department of Chemistry, Grubbs Institute Research Group
Feng He is a Professor in Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech). Dr. He received his BS (2002) and PhD (2007) from Jilin University with Professor Yuguang Ma. Then he moved to University of Toronto for his post-doctoral training with Prof. Mitchell A. Winnik and Prof. Ian Manners. In 2009, he joined Prof. Luping Yu’s group at the University of Chicago. From 2011 to 2014, Dr. He worked as a senior research scientist in Nano-C Inc. at Boston and Polyera Corp. at Chicago. His major research interest is the organic conjugated polymers for optoelectronics and renewable energy applications, and supramolecular self-assembly of block copolymers. He has published more than 100 papers in Joule, JACS, Adv. Mater., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Nat. Commun., Chem. Rev., etc. These papers have been cited for more than 3900 times with H-index of 30 (Google Sholar). He is recognized as Overseas High-Caliber Personnel from Shenzhen in 2014, the recipient of GSAS Scholar from National Science Foundation of the United States in 2012, and Participation Award of the 18th Meeting of Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry at Germany in 2006.
◆ Oct. 2020 – Present, Professor, Chemistry Department, SUSTech, China
◆ 2014 – 2020，Associate Professor, Chemistry Department, SUSTech, China
◆ 2013 – 2014，Senior Research Scientist, Polyera Corp., USA
◆ 2012 – 2013，Senior Scientist , Nano-C Inc., USA
◆ 2009 – 2012，Postdoctoral Scholar, Chemistry Department, University of Chicago, USA
◆ Jul. – Oct. 2008, Visiting Academic, School of Chemistry, Bristol University, UK
◆ 2007-2009，Postdoctoral Fellow, Chemistry Department, University of Toronto, Canada
◆ 2002-2007，Ph. D., Jilin University, Polymer Chemistry and Physics
◆ 1998-2002，B. Eng., Jilin University, Polymer Material and Engineering
Organic Conjugated Polymers for Optoelectronics;
New Energy Materials;
Supramolecular Self-Assembly of Block Copolymers.
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Organic photoelectric direction:
1) Synthesis and characterization of organic photoelectric functional materials (OPV, OFET, OLED);
2) Preparation and physical study of organic optoelectronic devices;
Polymer self-assembly direction:
1) Study on the synthesis of block copolymers and their supramolecular self-assembly;
2) Research on functional devices based on self-assembled thin films;
Requirements for postdoctoral candidates: Ph.D. graduates majoring in chemistry, materials, electronics, etc.; strong professional interest in the research of advanced organic optoelectronic materials; good experience in organic optoelectronic material synthesis or device preparation and characterization, solid basic academic training background, good literature retrieval knowledge and professional English writing and reporting ability.
At the same time, the research team will also recruit research assistants, relevant master's degree or bachelor's degree graduates, and the applicants will have the opportunity to study for a Ph. D degree in our university or a Ph. D degree in joint training with The University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, National University of Singapore and University of Macau.
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