Welcome to the Kyaw Research Group
Our research group is working on (1) solution-processed solar cells, including pervoskite solar cell, non-fullerene based organic solar cells and green processing of solar cells, (2) organic thin film transistors and their applications in wearable devices and sensors, (3) conductive polymers for transparent conductive film and thermoelectric generator. Our lab is located at Southern University of Science and Technology, Taizhou- Shenzhen Innovation Center.
Perovskite and Organic Solar Cells
Flexible/stretchable devices for wearable electronics
19.05.2020 Dr. Li Wenhui's work on Biodegradable Materials and Green Processing for Green Electronics has been
accepted for publication at Advanced Materials. Congratulations!
29.04.2020 Our collaborative work with the group of Prof Yasuhiko Hayashi (Okayama University) about joule-annealing and
doping of CNT yarn for improved thermoelectric property is published in Scientific Reports.
06.04.2020 Dr. Li Wenhui's work on defect passivation of perovskite with organophosphorus ligand is published at Solar
Energy Materials and Solar Cells. Congratulations!
15.10.2019 Lai Xue's work on dopant-free hole transporting layer is accepted for publication at Small. Congratulations!
31.05.2019 Congratulations Yujia Sheng, Hongjie Xie and Wenlu Xuan on winning third prize in Capstone Design Project
18.02.2019 Li Xianqiang and Li Wenhui's work on defect passivation of perovskite with Dithienobenzodithiophene-based
conjugated polymer is accepted for publication at Solar RRL
12.02.2019 Meng Fei and Lai Xue's work on dopant-free hole transporting material is selected as cover page of Solar RRL.
Thank Prof Li Gongqiang (Nanjin Tech) for collaboration.
24.01.2019 Our collaborative work with the group of Prof Prashant Sonar (Queensland University of Technology) is accepted
for publication in Energy & Environmental Science (IF 30.067), Congratulations Xianqiang and Wenhui! link
31.10.2018 Our collaborative work with the group of Prof Yasuhiko Hayashi (Okayama University) is accepted for publication
in RSC Advances