Publications

Yu, W., Fu, HJ., Mueller, T., Brunschwig, BS., Lewis, NS.
Integrated photoelectrochemical devices rely on the synergy between components to efficiently generate sustainable fuels from sunlight. The micro- and/or nanoscale characteristics of the components and their interfaces often control critical processes of the device, such as charge-carrier generation, electron and ion transport, surface potentials, and...
Hafermann, M., Zapf, M., Ritzer, M., Printschler, A., Luo, Y., Ambrosio, A., Wilson, W., Ronning, C.
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Pan, Y., Chu, L., Liu, J., Lv, B., Belfiore, L., Tang, J.
The surface plasmon resonance of copper in the near infrared region provides a novel method for enhancement of up-conversion luminescence compared to using gold and silver, as the former grants significant cost savings. In this study, we made a flat Cu film covered TiO2 to...
Chen, Z., Chen, X., Qiu, B., Zhou, G., Jia, Z., Tao, W., Li, Y., Yang, YM., Zhu, H.
Nonfullerene acceptors (NFAs) have attracted great attention in high-efficiency organic solar cells (OSCs). While the effect of molecular properties including structures and energetics on charge transfer has been extensively investigated, the effect of macroscopic-phase properties is yet to be revealed. Here we have performed a...
Ping, H., Poudel, L., Xie, H., Fang, W., Zou, Z., Zhai, P., Wagermaier, W., Fratzl, P., Wang, W., Wang, H., O'Reilly, P., Ching, WY., Fu, Z.
Mesoporous silica particles of controlled size and shape are potentially beneficial for many applications, but their usage may be limited by the complex procedure of fabrication. Biotemplating provides a facile approach to synthesize materials with desired shapes. Herein, a bioinspired design principle is adopted through...
Sun, C., Pan, F., Qiu, B., Qin, S., Chen, S., Shang, Z., Meng, L., Yang, C., Li, Y.
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Liu, J., Chu, L., Yao, Z., Mao, S., Zhu, Z., Lee, J., Wang, J., Belfiore, L., Tang, J.
Solid state dewetting (SSD) of thin-film can trigger morphology evolution from continuous film to isolated nanostructures over percolation threshold. However, the Au thin-film fabricated by low-degree SSD, namely Au network nanostructures, showed a wider plasmon absorption over visible and mid-infrared region as compared to the...
Guo, D., Nagel, W., Clayton, G., Leang, K.
This article focuses on trajectory redesign for dual-stage nanopositioning systems, where speed, range, and resolution are considered. Dual-stage nanopositioning systems are becoming increasingly popular due to their unique ability to achieve long-range and high-speed operation. Conventional trajectory assignment methods for dual-stage systems commonly consider frequency...
Li, J., Jahng, J., Pang, J., Morrison, W., Li, J., Lee, ES., Xu, JJ., Chen, HY., Xia, XH.
Here we demonstrate sub-10 nm spatial resolution sampling of a volume of ∼360 molecules with a strong field enhancement at the sample-tip junction by implementing noble metal substrates (Au, Ag, Pt) in photoinduced force microscopy (PiFM). This technique shows the versatility and robustness of PiFM...