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Qun-Zhe Lin

Dr. Qun-Zhe Lin

Education:

       ,Ph. D.,Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University.

       M. S.,Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University

       B. S.,Department of Chemistry, Chung Yuan Christian University

Office:Floor 2nd, Molecular Science Building (02)27712171 #2431 

Laboratory:Floor 5th, Molecular Science Building (02)277121711 #2431

E-mail:cclin0530@gmail.com

 


Bibliography

    1. Assistant Professor,Department of Molecular Science and Engineering,National Taipei University of Technology,Taiwan (2016/8~)
    2. Postdoctoral Researcher,Nano Center,Prof. Andries Meijerink Debye Institute, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands(2015/5~2016/7)
    3. Postdoctoral Researcher,Department of Chmistry,National Taiwan University,Taiwan(2012/9~2015/4)

Specialty

  1. Inorganic Chemistry
  2. Nanomaterial
  3. Solid Material
  4. Polymer Composite Material
  5. Material Analysis and Research
  6. Synthesis and Measurements of Optical Devices

Research Interests

  1. Quantum Dot of Perovskite︰

    I. Novel Structure

    II. Energy Transfor

    III. Electro-Optical and Biographical Application

  2. Fluorcent Powder of White LED Device

    I. Novel and Highly Thermo-Stable Fluorcent Powder

    II. Research into Local Structure and Spectrometric Characteristic with Theoratical Calculation

    III. Improving Light Emitting Device with Chemical Modification

Publication

  1. C. C. Lin, K. Y. Xu, D. Wang, and A. Meijerink, Luminescent manganese-doped CsPbCl3 perovskite quantum dots, Sci Rep. 2017, 7, 45906. (Multidisciplinary Sciences, 7/63 = 11.1%, IF = 5.228 for 2015 SCI)
  2. G. G. Li, C. C. Lin, Y. Wei, Z. W. Quan, Y. Tian, Y. Zhao, T.-S. Chan, and J. Lin, Controllable Eu valence for photoluminescence tuning in apatite-typed phosphors by the cation cosubstitution effect, Chem. Commun. 2016, 52, 7376-7379. (:Corresponding Authors) (Chemistry, Multidisciplinary, 21/163 = 12.8%, IF = 6.567 for 2015 SCI)
  3. Y. Zhao, C. C. Lin, Y. Wei, T.-S. Chan, and G. G. Li, Energy transfer induced improvement of luminescent efficiency and thermal stability in phosphate phosphor, Opt. Express 2016, 24, 4316-4330. (:Corresponding Authors) (Optics, 14/90 = 15.5%, IF = 3.148 for 2015 SCI)
  4. C. C. Lin, W.-T. Chen, C.-I. Chu, K.-W. Huang, C.-W. Yeh, B.-M. Cheng, and R.-S. Liu, UV/VUV switch-driven color-reversal effect for Tb-activated phosphors, Light-Sci. Appl. 2016, 5, e16066. (Optics, 2/90 = 2.2%, IF = 13.6 for 2015 SCI)
  5. C. C. Lin, A. Meijerink, and R.-S. Liu, Critical red components for next-generation white LEDs, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2016, 7, 495-503. (Materials Science, Multidisciplinary, 19/271 = 7%, IF = 8.539 for 2015 SCI)
  6. H.-D. Nguyen,‡ C. C. Lin,‡ and R.-S. Liu, Waterproof alkyl phosphate coated fluoride phosphors for optoelectronic materials, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 10862-10866. (SCI) (‡:H.-D. Nguyen and C. C. Lin contributed equally) (Chemistry, Multidisciplinary, 11/163 = 6.7%, IF = 11.709)
  7. C. C. Lin, Y. P. Liu, Z. R. Xiao, Y. K. Wang, B.-M. Cheng, and R.-S. Liu, All-in-one light-tunable borated phosphors with chemical and luminescence dynamical control resolution, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2014, 6, 9160−9172. (SCI) (Materials Science, Multidisciplinary, 23/260 = 8.8%, IF = 6.723)
  8. C. C. Lin, C.-C. Shen, and R.-S. Liu, Spiral-type heteropolyhedral coordination network based on single-crystal LiSrPO4:implications for luminescent materials, Chem. Eur. J. 2013, 19, 15358-15365. (SCI) (Chemistry, Multidisciplinary, 22/148 = 14.9%, IF = 5.696)
  9. C. C. Lin and R.-S. Liu, Advances in phosphors for light-emitting diodes, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2011, 2, 1268-1277. (SCI) (Materials Science, Multidisciplinary, 16/232 = 6.9%, IF = 6.213)
  10. C. C. Lin, Z. R. Xiao, G. Y. Guo, T. S. Chan, and R.-S. Liu, Versatile phosphate phosphors ABPO4 in white light-emitting diodes: collocated characteristic analysis and theoretical calculations, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 3020-3028. (SCI) (Chemistry, Multidisciplinary, 11/147 = 7.5%, IF = 9.023)

Grants

Chemical modification of novel materials for highly efficient optoelectronic applications Project Manager 2017/7~2020/7 Ministry of Science and Technology Applying

Conference Paper

  1. Phosphor Safari 2013 (International Symposium for Phosphor Materials & Crystal Growth), Jeju, Korea. (Chemical and Luminescence Dynamical Control of Activators for the Design of White-Light Emitters: A Combined Experimental and Theoretical Research)
  2. C. C. Lin, K. Y. Xu, and A. Meijerink, 2016, Luminescent Manganese-Doped CsPbCl3 Perovskite Quantum Dots, NaNaX7, Apr. 4–8, Marburg, Germany.
  3. Phosphor Safari 2016 (International Symposium on Luminescence, Spectroscopy and Applications), Hong Kong, China. (Luminescent Mn2+-doped CsPbCl3 perovskite quantum dots)

 

 

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