Dr Haixue Yan
PhD, PGCAP, MInstP, MACS, Member of IoMMM
Research Group News
Queen Mary researchers develop non-distructive single-crystal perovskite surface nanopatterning technologies25 September 2020
Single-crystalline perovskites are widely regarded as the future semiconductor materials and will be the next big wave in optoelectronics. To manufacture high-quality single-crystal perovskite optoelectronics, non-destructive surface nanopatterning technologies are required. Conventional photolithography-based nanopatterning methods cannot be used due to perovskite’s sensitivity to high temperature and solvents. Researchers at … [more]
Funded as part of a £1.2m R&D funding award from the Business of Fashion, Textiles and Technology (BFTT) programme, the project will see Queen Mary support Elvis & Kresse to create metal fixtures, such as buckles and zips, from recycled drinks cans. The team hope this innovative project will provide … [more]
Congratulations to Dr. Jiyue Wu who successfully completed his PhD viva on 12th September 2019, with thesis entitled 'Dielectric and Piezoelectric Properties of Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3-based Materials’. He was supervised by Dr Haixue Yan and Prof Mike Reece. [more]
Congratulations to Dr. Yaqiong Wang who successfully completed her PhD viva on Monday 27 Nov 2018, with thesis entitled 'Effect of Polar Structure on Photocatalytic Properties of Oxide Powders and Films'. She was supervised by Haixue Yan, Steve Dunn and Joe Briscoe. [more]
My application with Prof Jiagang Wu from Sichuan University in China for Royal Society-Newton Advanced Fellowship is successful, and a grant of £74,000.00 has been agreed in support of the application from 31/03/2020 to 30/03/2022.
Project title: Lead free ferroelectrics for piezoelectric application and high power energy storage
The Royal Society Newton Advanced Fellowship is in partnership with the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). The fellowship will be supported by an additional grant from NSFC of up to 300,000 RMB.
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