JPhys Materials期刊公布2022年“青年领军人”获奖名单

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R. Thomas Weitz

  • R. Thomas Weitz is professor of physics at the 1st Institute of Physics at the Georg-August University Göttingen, Germany. He has obtained his PhD at the Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research (MPI-FKF) in Stuttgart and after postdoctoral stays at Harvard University and the MPI-FKF, has worked at BASF SE Ludwigshafen, Germany in organic electronics research. After a tenure-track professorship position at LMU Munich he moved to Göttingen in 2020. He is interested in the fundamental (opto)electronic properties of organic semiconductors and low-dimensional van-der-Waals materials where he also investigates correlated electronic phenomena. He is also is intrigued by the fundamental questions related to energy conversion and dissipation in these novel materials.
Charge transport in single polymer fiber transistors in the sub-100 nm regime: temperature dependence and Coulomb blockade

Jakob Lenz et al 2023 J. Phys. Mater. 015001


Stephen Winter

  • Dr Stephen Winter received his BSc and PhD in Chemical Physics and Chemistry, respectively, from the University of Waterloo, Canada. In 2015, he joined the Institute for Theoretical Physics at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main in the group of Roser Valenti as an NSERC (Canada) postdoctoral research fellow. In September 2020, he joined the Department of Physics at Wake Forest University as an assistant professor. His work has included major scientific contributions in the areas of strongly correlated organic materials, and quantum magnetism. His current research focuses on the modeling of complex spin-orbit phenomena in a range of quantum materials.
Magnetic couplings in edge-sharing high-spin d7 compounds

Stephen M Winter 2022 J. Phys. Mater. 5 045003


Wei Deng

  • Dr Wei Deng is an assistant professor in the Institute of Functional Nano & Soft Materials (FUNSOM) at Soochow University, China. He obtained his PhD cum laude in materials science and engineering from Soochow University. Supported by the Chinese Scholarship Council (2016), he joined the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, USA, as a visiting PhD In 2017, he was awarded an Excellent Young Researcher held at the Soochow University, where he established a research group. His research focuses on organic single-crystalline printed electronics, with interests in carrier transport in organic semiconductors, controllable solution printing of organic semiconducting single crystals, and their device applications, including field-effect transistors, photodetectors, and so on. Dr Deng is the recipient of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) grant (2019, 2022), as well as a starting grant from Soochow University and the first prize for Science and Technology of Jiangsu province, China, 2020. He has published 50 peer-reviewed papers in Nature Electronics, Advanced Materials, Materials Today, Advanced Functional Materials, Nano Letters, ACS Nano, NPG Asia Materials, etc., which have been cited together for over 2000 times (H-index: 22). He is currently the youth editorial board of Chinese Chemical Letters of Elsevier.
Patterning of organic semiconductor crystal arrays via microchannel-assisted inkjet printing for organic field-effect transistors

Xiaochen Fang et al 2022 J. Phys. Mater. 035001


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