Hua-Ping Lin

Huaping Lin

Tel.: +1 (514) 228-6849
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Charge transport along and across interfaces is essential to the operation of organic electronic and optoelectronic devices, such as organic light-emitting devices (OLED), organic field effect transistors (OFET), organic photovoltaics (OPV) and organic light-emitting transistors (OLET). My research interests focus on understanding underlying mechanism of charge transport and the properties of electroluminescence, determining the structure-property relationships at organic optoelectronic interfaces, and employing the knowledge to improve the organic device performances.



Education and Professional Career:

2012-2014 Post doctoral Fellow specializing in organic light-emitting transistors and organic laser; INRS, Université du Québec (Prof. Federico Rosei) and McGill University (Prof. Dmitrii F. Perepichka)
2009-2012 PhD of Material Science specializing in OLED; Shanghai University
2006-2009 Master of Theoretical Physics specializing in nanostructured thin film; China Academy of Engineering Physics and China West Normal University
2001-2005 Bachelor of Physics: China West Normal University

Awards and Honors:

  • Best Graduates Award, Shanghai Province, December 2011
  • Choi Koon Shun Award for Best Research, Shanghai University, October 2011

NFL publications

C. Fu, H. Lin, J. Macleod, A. Krayev, F. Rosei, and D. Perepichka. Unravelling the Self-Assembly of Hydrogen Bonded NDI Semiconductors in 2D and 3D. Chemistry of Materials, 28, 951−961 (2016). (PDF).