Section 1: Personal Particulars

Macao Institute of Materials Science and Engineering, Macau University of Science and Technology, Avenida Wai Long, Taipa, Macau
Macau University of Science and Technology
MUST-Macao Institute of Materials Science and Engineering

Research Project provided for Macao Youth Scholars Program:

Development of Stable and Efficient Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes
0805 材料科学与工程
0702 物理学,0703 化学,0803 光学工程
Background in Physics, Materials Science/Engineering or Chemistry
Ph.D. in Materials Science, City University of Hong Kong, 2003
Published over 130 peer-reviewed SCI papers and 3 book chapters with more than 4000 citations and H-index of 37 (Scoops) / 41 (GS). Filed over 50 patents (with 29 patents granted). Delivered more than 20 invited talks and lectures in international conferences and workshops. As a PI or key co-investigator of over 20 projects related to organic electronics and nanotechnology. As a Guest Editor in Molecules (Impact Factor: 4.412) since 2020, a technical committee member of SID (Beijing Chapter) since 2017, a technical committee member of the International Conference on Display Technology since 2017, a reviewer of numerous international journals such as Nature Photonics, Angewandte Chemie, etc. Received the following awards in 2021: Second Prize of Industry-University-Research Cooperation Innovation Achievement (China Industry-University-Research Institute Collaboration Association) and Second Prize for Technical Invention (Chinese Institute of Electronics).

Section 2: Research Interests and Grants

Organic Light-Emitting Diode for Display and Lighting, Perovskite LED and Solar Cell; Flexible Optoelectronic Devices and Thin Film Encapsulation; Semiconductor Surfaces and Interfaces.
1. Light Out-coupling Technologies of OLED for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Display Applications, FDCT, 0051/2021/A, MOP$474,100, 2022-2024.
Note: The start-up funding for the Macao Institute of Materials Science and Engineering at MUST has also set aside a budget of at least MOP180,000 per year for the Macao Young Scholars Program for a period of two years.