We’re happy to welcome Dr. Feng Jiangang, our new postdoctoral researcher, and 7 new graduate students to the Hou Lab.
Jiangang earned his PhD degree in physical chemistry from Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, CAS and developed expertise on single-crystalline micro-/nano-structure assembly, photonic and optoelectronic devices. After his PhD, he joined Nanyang Technological University as a research fellow and focused on polaritonics and nanophotonics.
C.J earned his Bachelor degree in electronic science and technology at Huazhong University of Science and Technology and has developed various nanomaterials for energy application. He was recruited by NUS Integrative Sciences and Engineering Programme and was the only NUS PhD-MBA student for this year.
Ezra earned his BEng degree in chemical engineering from National University of Singapore.
Xiao earned his BSc degree in Materials Chemistry from Peking University (PKU) and conducted research on efficient interface modification strategies for suppressing ion migration in single-junction perovskite solar cells.
Ran earned his master degree in chemical technology from Tianjin University and developed his interest in mechanistic studies on multiple applications of metal oxide materials using density functional theory. He is co-supervised by Prof. Gong Jinlong at Tianjin University.
Hanxue received her B.Sc. degree in recycling science and engineering from Dalian University of Technology. Her research interest mainly focused on self-assembled monolayer (SAM) morphology control at the metal oxide interfaces.
Xi earned his BSc in materials physics and chemistry from Beijing Institute of Technology. In undergrad time, he mainly focused on the spray-coating method in perovskite photovoltaic.
Yan earned her BSc degree in engineering from Tianjin University. She is co-supervised by Prof. Gong Jinlong at Tianjin University.