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Dr. Yogesh S. Tingare

Dr. Yogesh S. Tingare

National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei Tech), 5th Floor, Molecular Science Builging

Laboratory:Floor 5th, Molecular Science Building

                   (02)27712171 #2431


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

  2. M. S., Department of Chemistry, Savitribai Phule Pune University, India.

  3. B. S., Department of Chemistry, Sangmeshwer College, India. 

Working experience

  1. Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Science and Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan (2018/8~)

  2. Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of chemistry, National Central University, Taiwan (2017/8~2018/7)

  3. Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of chemistry, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan (2013/9~2017/7)

Professional expertise

  1. Synthesis of organic materials for solar cell applications.

  2. Synthesis of porphyrins.

  3. Polymer chemistry.

Research interest

        Our research interests focus on the design and study of photoactive organic molecules that can be used as materials for new generation of solar cells such as dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSC), organic photovoltaics (OPV), and perovskite solar cells (PSC). We are also interested in the synthesis and studies of conjugate salts for application in PSC.

The following topics will be investigated in our laboratory:
  1. The synthesis of new hole transporting materials (HTM).

  2. The synthesis of functionalized organic molecules for solar cells.

  3. The synthesis of conjugated polymeric materials for organic photovoltaics.

  4. The synthesis of conjugated salts for perovskite solar cells.


  1. Yogesh S. Tingare,‡a Suri Babu Akula,‡a Ming-Tai Shen,a Chaochin Su,*b Shih-Yu Ho,b Sheng-Han Tsai,b Ya-Fen Lin,a and Wen-Ren Li,*a  “Effect of Cis-trans Configurational Difference on the Performance of Pyridylimine-based Ruthenium Sensitizers”, Dalton Trans., 2018, 47, 8356. (SCI IF2017 4.099)

  2. Yogesh S. Tingare,a Nguyễn Sơn Vinh,b Hsien-Hsin Chou,a Yu-Chieh Liu,b Yean-San Long,c Teng-Chun Wu,c Tzu-Chien Wei,*b Chen-Yu Yeh,*a New Acetylene-bridged 9,10-conjugated Anthracene Sensitizers: Application in Outdoor and Indoor Dye-sensitized Solar CellsAdv. Energy Mater., 2017, 1700032. (SCI IF2017 21.875)

  3. Yu-Chieh Liu1#, Peng Zhai2#, Man-Ning Lu1, Chih-Chi Lee1, Kamani Sudhir K. Reddy3, Yogesh Tingare3, Chen-Yu Yeh3* and Tzu-Chien Wei1* “An efficient scalable Pt-free counter electrode using polymer-capped graphene nanoplatelet for cobalt(II)/(III)-mediated porphyrin-sensitized solar cellsEnergy Technol., 2017, 5, 1-10. (SCI IF2017 3.175)

  4. Yu-Kai Syu,a Yogesh Tingare,b Chen-Yu Yeh,*b Jih-Sheng Yanga and Jih-Jen Wu,*aPanchromatic Engineering for Efficient Zinc Oxide Flexible Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Using Porphyrin and Indoline DyesRSC Advance, 2016, 6, 59273-59279. (SCI IF2017 2.936)

  5. Yu-Kai Syu,a Yogesh Tingare,b Shou-Yen Lin, Chen-Yu Yeh,*b and Jih-Jen Wu,*a Porphyrin Dye-Sensitized Zinc Oxide Aggregated Anodes for Use in Solar CellsMolecules, 2016, 21(8), 1025. (SCI IF2017 3.098)

  6. Chung-Yen Li a, Chaochin Su b,** Hsiou-Hsuan Wangb,c, Prabakaran Kumaresana, Chia-Hsuan Hsua, I-Ting Leea, Wei-Chun Changa, Yogesh S. Tingarea, Ting-Yu Lia, Chia-Feng Linc, and Wen-Ren Lia,* “Design and development of cyclometalated ruthenium complexes containing thiophenyl-pyridine ligand for dye-sensitized solar cellsDyes and Pigments, 2014, 100, 57–65. (SCI IF2017 3.767)

  7. Yogesh S. Tingare, Ming-Tai Shen, Chaochin Su,* Shih-Yu Ho, Sheng-Han Tsai, Bo-Ren Chen, and Wen-Ren Li*Novel Oxindole Based Sensitizers: Synthesis and Application in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells”   Org. lett., 2013, 15(17), 4292-4295. (SCI IF2017 6.492)

  8. Shih-Yu Ho,a Chaochin Su,*a Chung-Yen Li,b Kumaresan Prabakaran,b Ming-Tai Shen,b Ying-Fan Chen,b Wei-Chun Chang,b Yogesh S. Tingare,b Suribabu Akula,b Sheng-Han Tsai,a and Wen-Ren Li*b A Highly Conjugated Benzimidazole Carbene-based Ruthenium Sensitizer for Dye-sensitized Solar CellsChem.-Asian J., 2013 , 8(9), 2196-203. (SCI IF2017 4.083)

  9. Wei-Chun Chang,a Chaochin Su,*b Shih-Yu Ho,b Kumaresan Prabakaran,a Yogesh S. Tingare,a Chung-Yen Li,a Ting-Yu Li,a Sheng-Han Tsai,b and Wen-Ren Li*aRemarkable effect of primary amide substitution in the sensitizer: An efficient route to enhance the photocurrent density of the solar cellJ. Mater. Chem. A, 2013, 1, 8716-8720. (SCI IF2017 9.931)

  10. Huei-Siou Chen,b Wei-Chun Chang,a Chaochin Su,*b Ting-Yu Li,a Nai-Mu Hsu,a Yogesh S. Tingare,a Chung-Yen Li,a Jun-Han Shieb and Wen-Ren Li*a Carbene-based ruthenium photosensitizersDalton Trans., 2011, 40, 6765. (SCI IF2017 4.099)

  11. Wei-Chun Chang, Huei-Siou Chen, Ting-Yu Li, Nai-Mu Hsu, Yogesh S. Tingare,
       Chung-Yen Li, Yi-Cheng Liu, Chaochin Su,* and Wen-Ren Li* “Highly Efficient N-Heterocyclic Carbene/Pyridine-Based Ruthenium Sensitizers: Complexes for Dye-Sensitized Solar CellsAngew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2010, 49, 8161.
    (SCI IF2017 12.102)

  12. Yogesh S. Tingare, Purushottam M. Dewang, Nai-Mu Hsu, Shao-Zheng Peng and Wen-Ren Li* “Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases and Their InhibitorsFrontiers in Medicinal Chemistry, 2009, 4, 371.

  13. Nai-Mu Hsu, Chung-Yen Li, Chun-Mei Yang, Tzu-Sheng Lin, Bi-Han Hu, Yogesh S Tingare, Wei-Chun Chang, Gaurav Kumar Srivastava, Wen-Ren Li* “Preparation and optimization of iridium complexes with quinazolinone ligands on solid supportsJ Comb Chem., 2009, 11, 943. (SCI IF2012 4.933)

Research project involved

  1. Push-pull villous synthesis for dye-sensitized solar cells ( NSC-101-2811-M-005-003-)

  2. Synthesis of organic dyes ( MOST- 103 - 2811 – M - 005 -007)

  3. Development of new organic photovoltaic solar cell materials and their application to large-area component process and optimization ( MOST- 106-2811-M-008 -068 -)


Synthesis of photovoltaic materials for solar cells application

Project Manager


Ministry of Science and Technology