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Dr. Suidong Wang

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Suidong Wang
B.Sc. in physics, Zhejiang University(China),2000
Ph.D. in physics and materials science,  City University of Hong Kong(Hong Kong SAR),2004
Postdoctoral research, Nagoya University(Japan)2004-2006
Research scientist, National Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN, Japan),2007
Research scientist, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology(AIST, Japan),2008
Professor, Institute of Functional Nano & Soft Materials (FUNSOM), Soochow University(China),since 2008

 

Tel: 0512-65880940
E-mail: wangsd@suda.edu.cn

 

Research Group Homepage

suidongwang.weebly.com/

 

Research Interests
The preparation, characterization (including synchrotron radiation characterization) and applicationsof nanosized hybrids;
Device physics and development in organic electronic/optoelectronic devices such as organic field effect transistors (OFETs) and organic nonvolatile memories (ONMs).


Main Contributions and Projects
Published more than 40 research articles and 15 conference papers, has been awarded several national level research grants from National Basic Research Program of China (973 program), National Natural Science Foundation of China, etc.


Selected Publications

1. “Electronic structure of graphdiyne probed by X-ray absorption spectroscopy and scanning transmission X-ray microscopy”,
J. Zhong, J. Wang, J. G. Zhou, B. H. Mao, C. H. Liu, H. B. Liu, Y. L. Li, T. K. Sham*, X. H. Sun*, and S. D. Wang*, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Accepted (2013).
2. “Elucidation of ambient gas effects in organic nano-floating-gate nonvolatile memory”,
X. J. She, C. H. Liu, J. Y. Zhang, X. Gao, and S. D. Wang*, Applied Physics Letters, 102, 053303 (2013).
3. “Organic field-effect transistor nonvolatile memories based on hybrid nano-floating-gate”,
X. Gao, X. J. She, C. H. Liu, Q. J. Sun, J. Liu, and S. D. Wang*, Applied Physics Letters, 102, 023303 (2013).
4. “Efficiency enhancement utilizing hybrid charge generation layer in tandem organic light-emitting diodes”,
J. Xiao, X. X. Wang, H. Zhu, X. Gao, Z. H. Yang, X. H. Zhang*, and S. D. Wang*, Applied Physics Letters, 101, 013301 (2013).
5. “Space charge induced electroluminescence spectra shift in organic light-emitting diodes”,
J. Xiao, H. Zhu, X. X. Wang, X. Gao, Z. H. Yang, X. H. Zhang*, and S. D. Wang*, Journal of Applied Physics, 112, 014513 (2012).
6. “Morphology control of tunneling dielectric towards high-performance organic field-effect transistor nonvolatile memory”,
X. J. She, C. H. Liu, Q. J. Sun, X. Gao*, and S. D. Wang*, Organic Electronics, 13, 1908-1915 (2012).
7. “Flexible nanogenerators based on graphene oxide films for acoustic energy harvesting”,
R. H. Que, Q. Shao, Q. L. Li, M. W. Shao*, S. D. Cai, S. D. Wang*, and S. T. Lee*, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 51, 5418-5422 (2012).
8. “Size-controllable self-assembly of metal nanoparticles on carbon nanostructures in room-temperature ionic liquids by simple sputtering deposition”,
C. H. Liu, B. H. Mao, J. Gao, S. Zhang, X. Gao, Z. Liu, S. T. Lee, X. H. Sun, and S. D. Wang*, Carbon, 50, 3008-3014 (2012).
9. “Naphthoylene(trifluoromethylbenzimidazole)-dicarboxylic acid imides for high-performance N-type organic field-effect transistors”,
P. Deng, Y. Yan, S. D. Wang*, and Q. Zhang*, Chemical Communications, 48, 2591-2593 (2012).
10. “Probing solid state N-doping in graphene by X-ray absorption near-edge structure spectroscopy”,
J. Zhong, J. J. Deng, B. H. Mao, T. Xie, X. H. Sun, Z. G. Mou, C. H. Hong, P. Yang, and S. D. Wang*, Carbon, 50, 335-338 (2012).
11. “Highly reproducible surface-enhanced Raman scattering on a capillarity-assisted gold nanoparticle assembly”,
R. H. Que, M. W. Shao*, S. J. Zhuo, C. Y. Wen, S. D. Wang*, and S. T. Lee*, Advanced Functional Materials, 21, 3337-3343 (2011).
12. “High performance single In2Se3nanowire photodetector”,
Q. L. Li, Y. Li, J. Gao, S. D. Wang*, and X. H. Sun*, Applied Physics Letters, 99, 243105 (2011). (selected by Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology)
13. “Surface roughening evolution in pentacene thin film growth”,
H. Zhu, Q. L. Li, X. J. She, and S. D. Wang*, Applied Physics Letters, 98, 243304 (2011).
14. “Origin of bias stress induced instability of contact resistance in organic thin film transistors”,
Y. Yan, X. J. She, H. Zhu, and S. D. Wang*, Organic Electronics, 12, 823-826 (2011).
15. “Diamond nanoparticles with more surface functional groups obtained using carbon nanotubes as sources”,
R. H. Que, M. W. Shao*, T. Chen, H. Y. Xu, S. D. Wang*, and S. T. Lee, Journal of Applied Physics, 110, 054321 (2011).
16. “Forming mechanism of nitrogen doped graphene prepared by thermal solid-state reaction of graphite oxide and urea”,
Z. G. Mou, X. Y. Chen, Y. K. Du, X. M. Wang, P. Yang*, and S. D. Wang*, Applied Surface Science, 258, 1704-1710 (2011).
17. “Eosin Y functionalized graphene for photocatalytic hydrogen production from water”,
Z. G. Mou, Y. P. Dong, S. J. Li, Y. K. Du, X. M. Wang, P. Yang*, and S. D. Wang*, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 36, 8885-8893 (2011).
18. “Charge accumulation dynamics in organic thin film transistors”,
X. Y. Chen, H. Zhu, and S. D. Wang*, Applied Physics Letters, 97, 243301 (2010).
19. “Understanding contact behavior in organic thin film transistors”,
S. D. Wang*, Y. Yan, and K. Tsukagoshi, Applied Physics Letters, 97, 063307 (2010).
20. “Transition voltage method for estimating contact resistance in organic thin film transistors”,
S. D. Wang*, Y. Yan, and K. Tsukagoshi, IEEE Electron Device Letters, 31, 509-511 (2010).
21. “Contact resistance instability in pentacene thin film transistors induced by ambient gases”, 
S. D. Wang*, T. Minari, T. Miyadera, K. Tsukagoshi*, and J. X. Tang, Applied Physics Letters, 94, 083309 (2009).
22. “Correlation between grain size and device parameters in pentacene thin film transistors”,
S. D. Wang*, T. Miyadera, T. Minari, Y. Aoyagi, and K. Tsukagoshi*, Applied Physics Letters, 93, 043311 (2008).
23. “Bias stress instability in pentacene thin film transistors: Contact resistance change and channel threshold voltage shift”,
S. D. Wang*, T. Minari, T. Miyadera, Y. Aoyagi, and K. Tsukagoshi*, Applied Physics Letters, 92, 063305 (2008).
24. “Contact-metal dependent current injection in pentacene thin film transistors”,
S. D. Wang, T. Minari, T. Miyadera, K. Tsukagoshi*, and Y. Aoyagi, Applied Physics Letters, 91, 203508 (2007).
25. “Bottom contact ambipolar organic thin film transistor and organic inverter based on C60/pentacene heterostructure”,
S. D. Wang*, K. Kanai, Y. Ouchi, and K. Seki, Organic Electronics, 7, 457-464 (2006).
26. “Enhanced electron injection into tris(8-hydroxyquinoline) aluminum (Alq3) thin films by tetrathianaphthacene (TTN) doping revealed by current-voltage characteristics”,
S. D. Wang*, K. Kanai, E. Kawabe, Y. Ouchi, and K. Seki, Chemical Physics Letters, 423, 170-173 (2006).
27. “Current characteristics of pristine and tetrathianaphthacene-doped tris(8-hydroxyquinoline) aluminum thin films”,
S. D. Wang*, K. Kanai, E. Kawabe, Y. Ouchi, and K. Seki, Molecular Crystals & Liquid Crystals, 455, 339-346 (2006).
28. “Molecular orientation and film morphology of pentacene on native silicon oxide surface”,
S. D. Wang, X. Dong, C. S. Lee, and S. T. Lee*, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 109, 9892-9896 (2005).
29. “Orderly growth of copper phthalocyanine on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) at high substrate temperatures”,
S. D. Wang, X. Dong, C. S. Lee, and S. T. Lee*, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 108, 1529-1532 (2004).
30. “Experimental study of a chemical reaction between LiF and Al”,
S. D. Wang, M. K. Fung, S. L. Lai, S. W. Tong, C. S. Lee, S. T. Lee*, H. J. Zhang, and S. N. Bao, Journal of Applied Physics, 94, 169-173 (2003).

 

 

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