Zhejiang Univeristy - Hangzhou, China; 2013
B.S. Materials Science and Engineering
Research: Photonic Sintering of Aerosol-Jet-Printed Inorganic Semiconductor Thin Films
Solution processed Inorganic semiconductor materials have broad potential applications in printing electronics due to their high intrinsic carrier mobility and good environmental stability. However, high annealing temperature (350C) and long annealing time (1h) of semiconductor thin film have been the obstacles for fabrication of printed electrolyte gated transistors (EGTs) on flexible substrate. In this project, we applied photonic sintering to anneal the aerosol jet printed inorganic semiconductor thin film at relative low temperature and short annealing time. Photonic sintering achieves fast heating and fast cooling of the film by giving off pulsed intense light. Fast annealing of the printed film can be achieved without doing damage to flexible substrate. We are looking for a suitable inorganic semiconductor for both photonic sintering and aerosol jet printing and exploring a stable way to obtain a dense and homogeneous semiconductor thin film at low temperature
"Low-Temperature Combustion-Synthesized Nickel Oxide Thin Films as Hole-Transport Interlayers for Solution-Processed Optoelectronic Devices." Bai, Sai, Motao Cao, Yizheng Jin, Xingliang Dai, Xiaoyong Liang, Zhizhen Ye, Min Li. Advanced Energy Materials, 2014, 4, no. 6
Bachelor of Science, Shanghai Jiaotong University, 2013
Research: Charge Transport in Organic Semiconductor Single Crystals
Organic single crystals are ideal system for investigating the intrinsic transport behavior in organic semiconductors. I am working on improving charge transport in organic semiconductor single crystals by device structure optimization. In addition, I am also interested in understanding the structure-property relationship of organic semiconductors by designing and characterizing new organic molecules.
St. Olaf College
B.A. Physics, B.A. Chemistry, B.A. Mathematics
Research: Carrier transport mechanisms in the high carrier regime of organic single crystals and polymers through the use of ion gel gating techniques
The University of Iowa; 2012
B.S.E., Chemical Engineering
Research: Organic Electronic Biosensors
Organic electronics are finding applications in biotechnology and biosensing. My Ph.D. work leverages the unique properties of Electrolyte-Gated Transistors (EGTs) to detect target nucleic acids and proteins transported via a microfluidic system. I also work on improving the performance of printed electronics by optimizing materials, processing and testing.
"Label-Free DNA Sensing Platform with Low-Voltage Electrolyte-Gated Transistors". S.P.White, K.D. Dorfman and C.D. Frisbie. Anal. Chem., 2015, (In Press).
"Neural Pathfinding on uni- and multidirectional Photopolymerized Micropatterns". B.W. Tuft, L. Xu, S.P. White, A.E. Seline, A.M. Erwood, M.R. Hansen, C.A. Guymon. ACS Applied Mater Interfaces, 2014, 6,(14), 11265-11276.
"Effects of Olefin Content and Alkyl Chain Placement on Optoelectronic and Morphological Properties in Poly(thienylene vinylenes)". J.C. Speros, H. Martinez, B.D. Paulsen, S.P. White, A.D. Bonifas, P.C. Goff, C.D. Frisbie, M.A. Hillmyer. Macromolecules, 2013, 46,(13), 5184-5194.
"Photopolymerized Microfeatures for Directed Spiral Ganglion Neurite and Schwann Cell Growth". B.W. Tuft, S. Li, L. Xu, J.C. Clarke, S.P. White, B.A. Guymon, Perez, K.A., M.R. Hansen, C.A. Guymon. Biomaterials, 2013, 34,(1), 42-54.
"An ADMET Route to Low-Band-Gap Poly(3-hexadecylthienylene vinylene): A Systematic Study of Molecular Weight on Photovoltaic Performance". J.C. Speros, B.D. Paulsen, S.P. White, Y. Wu, E.A. Jackson, B.S. Slowinski, C.D. Frisbie, M.A. Hillmyer. Macromolecules, 2012, 45,(5), 2190-2199.
2013 Outstanding TA for Unit Operations
2012 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Award
2012 CSE Fellowship
2011 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Honorable Mention
01/2015 - Now Postdoc, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota, America.
09/2012-10/2014 Postdoc, Institut für Organische Chemie, Universität Würzburg, Germany.
09/2006-06/2012 Master and Ph. D., State Key Laboratory of Crystal Materials, Shandong University, China.
Organic single crystal, scanning Kelvin probe microscopy, charge transport.
Woo Jin Hyun
Ph.D. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, KAIST, 2013
M.S. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, KAIST, 2010
B.S. Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University, 2008
Research: Printed Electronics
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Phone: (612) 625-4809
Co-Advisor: Lorraine Francis
Hanyang University; 2015
Ph.D. Energy Engineering
Research: Printed Electronics
Publication list: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=66AL--kAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao
Weizmann Institute of Science; 2009-2011
Fudan University; 2009
Ph.D Organic Electronics
Research: Organic Electronics
1. Effect of Heteroatom Substitution on Electronic Coupling in Alkane Dithiol Based Molecular Junctions
Zuoti Xie, Stuart Oram, Christopher E. Smith, Yanfei Wu, Ioan Bâldea, and C. Daniel Frisbie, ACS Nano 2017, 11, 569
2. Large Magnetoresistance at Room Temperature in Organic Molecular Tunnel Junctions with Non-Magnetic Electrodes
Zuoti Xie, Sha Shi, Feilong Liu, Darryl L. Smith, P. Paul Ruden, and C. Daniel Frisbie, ACS Nano 2016, 10, 8571
3. Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Charge Transport in Oligophenylene Dithiol Junctions as a Function of Molecular Length and Contact Work Function
Zuoti Xie, Ioan Bâldea, Christopher Smith, Yanfei Wu, and C. Daniel Frisbie, ACS Nano 2015, 9, 8022.
4. Uncovering a Law of Corresponding States for Electron Tunneling in Molecular Junctions
Ioan Bâldea, Zuoti Xie, and C. Daniel Frisbie, Nanoscale 2015, 7, 10465.