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Lecture on "From High Mobility to High Mobility Light Emitting Organic Semiconductor Materials and Devices" by Prof. Dong Huanli

    On the afternoon of November 10, 2021, researcher Dong Huanli was invited by Professor Huang Hui from the School of Materials Science and Optoelectronic Technology to give a lecture on "From High Mobility to High Mobility Light-Emitting Organic Semiconductor Materials and Devices" at Jiao 1-114 .


      Organic field effect transistors using organic molecular materials as semiconductor layers are the basic building blocks of large-area flexible organic circuits due to their molecular designability, easy performance regulation, ease of processing, and good flexibility. A research platform for functional devices. The construction of high-performance organic field effect transistors is of great significance for promoting its device application research and functional integration device construction. In this lecture, researcher Dong Huanli first briefly introduced the entire development process of organic semiconductor materials, and focused on field effect transistors to describe some explorations carried out by his research group in realizing high-performance organic field effect transistors and organic light-emitting field effect transistor devices. Research, including the design and synthesis of organic field-effect materials, the control of aggregate state structure and device construction.


     Dong Huanli is currently a researcher, doctoral supervisor and research group leader at the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He has been devoted to the research of organic optoelectronic functional materials and devices for a long time, including multi-scale aggregation structure regulation and performance research; conjugated polymer crystals and devices; multifunctional organic semiconductor materials and devices. At present, he has published more than 200 SCI papers in Nat. Chem., Nat. Commun., J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Adv. Mater., etc., and has been cited by SCI more than 10,000 times. The first batch of members of the Youth Innovation Promotion Association of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (excellent in 2015), and successively won the Youth Chemistry Award of the Chinese Chemical Society (2014) and the second prize of the National Natural Science Award (5/5, 2016). He is currently the editorial board member and youth editorial board member of Journal of Chemistry in Higher Education Institutions, China Chemistry Letters, The Innovation, and Structural Chemistry.