Institute of Photoelectric Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

InstituteofPhotoelectric Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Nanoscience and nanotechnology are of both fundamental and technological interest.

With the decreasing sizes into nanoscale, materials will be endowed with the capability of fantastic features much beyond that of the micro/bulk counterparts. Nanoscale materials and their fabrications not only exhibit novel basic properties intrinsically associated with their size-effect and the quantum confinement effect, but also represent the critical components in advance device applications.

TheInstitute ofPhotoelectric Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (IPNN)is interested in studying the basic properties of nanoscale materials and features, with an emphasis on the mechanical, electric, especially, photoelectric properties of semiconducting nanomaterials and theirs nanoscale fabrications. Based on the fundamental study, novel devices with outstanding functions, beyond the reach of existing technology, will be explored and developed for critical applications.

Start with the synthesis of new nanomaterials and nanostructures, with an emphasis on developing new research approaches and understanding the fundamental issues of structural assembly and measurements that will enable the rational control of material composition, nano-structure, property and functionality. Discover new principles and methods to characterize basic properties of nanoscale targets to overcome the challenges of small size. Furthermore, based on nanomaterials/ nanostructures synthesis and basic properties characterization, explore novel devices with fundamentally different device architecture and novel materials, whichwill possess much better performance compared with existing technology.

IPNN focuses on basic principles of photoelectric nanoscience and targets key applications of photoelectric nanotechnology,which include, not limit to, controllable fabrication of nanostrucutures, characterization of nanomaterials, interaction between light and substance, ultra-high preciseposition sensing technology,ultra-high resolution digital image sensing,flexibledigital image sensing,high illumination intensityiight source,high resolution LED and display,nanoenergy, NEMS,devices for biomedical application, and more.

Members

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E-mail

Tel

Room Number

Jinhui Song

jhsong@dlut.edu.cn

217

Chengming Jiang

jiangcm@dlut.edu.cn

217

Sheng Bi

bish@dlut.edu.cn

217

Research Field

1、 Controllable fabrication nanostrucutrues

2、 Basic properties characterization of nanomaterials/nanostrucutures

3、 Interaction of light and substance

4、 Ultra-high Precise Position Sensing

5、 Ultra-high Resolution Digital Image Sensing

6、 Flexible Digital Image Sensing

7、 High Illumination IntensityLight

8、 High Resolution LED and Display

9、 Nanoenergy.

10、 NEMS

11、 Devices for Biomedical Application

Main Achievements

"An Ultrahigh-Resolution Digital Image Sensor with Pixel Size of 50 nm by Vertical Nanorod Arrays " Chengming Jiang, Jinhui Song* Adv. Mater. ,2015,27,4454-4460

"The Smallest Resonator Arrays in Atmosphere by Chip-Size-Grown Nanowires with Tunable Q-factor and Frequency for Subnanometer Thickness Detection" Chengming Jiang, Chaolong Tang, and Jinhui Song* Nano Lett., 2015,15,1128-1134

"Shear Modulus Property Characterization of Nanorods"Chengming Jiang, Wenqiang Lu, Jinhui Song*, Nano Lett.,2013,13,111-115.

"Photoelectric Property Modulation by Nanoconfinement in the Longitude Direction of Short Semiconducting Nanorods" Chaolong Tang, Chengming Jiang, Sheng Bi, and Jinhui Song* ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2016,8,11001-11007

"Piezoelectric Nanogenerators Based on Zinc Oxide Nanowire Arrays" Z.L. Wang and J.H. Song. Science, 2006: 242-246.

"Significant Photoelectric Property Change Caused by Additional Nano-confinement: A Study of Half-Dimensional Nanomaterials" Chengming Jiang and Jinhui Song* Small, 2014,10,5042-5046

"High output nano-energy cell with piezoelectric nanogenerator and porous supercapacitor dual functions – A technique to provide sustaining power by harvesting intermittent mechanical energy from surroundings " Feng Wang, Chengming Jiang, Chaolong Tang, Sheng Bi, Qiuhong Wang, Danfeng Du, Jinhui Song* Nano Energy,2016,21,209-216

Contacts

Name: Jinhui Song, Ph.D.

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E-mail: jhsong@dlut.edu.cn

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