Chemistry & Materials Forum No. 134: Application of Organic Conjugated Molecular Composites and Nanostructures in Solar Cells
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Prof. Yang Qin from University of New Mexico, USA,  was invited to deliver a presentation about 'Application of Organic Conjugated Molecular Composites and Nanostructures in Solar Cells' on May 23rd, 2019. The talk was hosted by Prof. Yingkui Yang.

Prof. Yang Qin presented his group's recent research advances in synthesis of organic functional polymers and their application in solar cells. He also answered various questions raised after the talk which was welcomed by the audience. Afterwards, he visited Key Laboratory of Catalytic Materials Science and had a seminar about energy material with the faculties in Energy Catalytic Materials team.

Prof. Yang Qin graduated from Beijing University in 2000 with a bachelor's degree in chemistry; he obtained his Ph.D. in Chemistry at Rutgers University in 2006; then he worked as a postdoctoral fellow in Chemistry at University of Minnesota from 2006 to 2009; afterwards he was a research associate at Brookhaven National Laboratory from 2009 till 2010 when he joined the Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology at University of New Mexico as an assistant professor. In 2017, he obtained tenure and started to work as an associate professor. He won the Outstanding Youth Award by National Science Foundation of USA in 2015.

His major research area is on preparation and testing of photoelectric equipment, besides synthesis of organic functional polymers and their applications, including supramolecular chemistry and self-assembly, design and synthesis of conductive polymers, synthesis and application of metal organic conductive molecules, thin film and perovskite solar cells, carbon dioxide collection and storage. He has published 51 papers in SCI journals, such as JACS, Angewandte, etc. He has two US patents and participated in one book writing. His total citation is 1695 so far, H-index 22. He was invited to give talks for 33 times.