Section 1: Personal Particulars
University of Macau
UMAC-Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering
Research Project provided for Macao Youth Scholars Program:
Metal-Halide Perovskites for Optoelectronics
The successful candidates will be involved in developing and applying ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopic techniques to a variety of important optoelectronic systems for both fundamental physical studies and applications. These techniques will afford a prerogative opportunity to quantitatively explore the individual photo-physical and photochemical processes with high spatial, spectral and temporal resolution. Our candidates are expected to have a PhD degree in physics, materials science and engineering, ultrafast laser science or related field with experience in one or more of the following areas: metal halide perovskites, light harvesting and light emission, ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopies, quantum confined systems, or two dimensional materials.
2021 Excellence in Research – IAPME Academic Awards 2020/2021 2020 Excellence in Research – IAPME Academic Awards 2019/2020 2016 PVSEC-26 Young Scientist Award 2015 Thousand Talent Program for Young Outstanding Scientists 2015 Six talent peaks project in Jiangsu Province
Section 2: Research Interests and Grants
The interest of Xing’s group is focused on developing and applying ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopic techniques to probing, understanding and controlling the fundamental charge and energy carrier generation, transport and relaxation in metal-halide perovskites for energy conversion/storage and light emission applications.
Project title: Development of reversible photon-electricity conversion device based on green emission perovskites. Funding Source: FDCT. 0082/2021/A2. Total: 1,600,000 MOP. Duration: 03/2022-02/2025.