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Physics
Our recent work on “Mechanistic insights of enhanced spin polaron conduction in CuO through atomic doping” has been accepted in npj Computational Materials! Congratulations to Tyler, Feng, and Prof. Ping! The formation of a “spin polaron” (SP) stems from strong spin-charge-lattice interactions in magnetic oxides, which leads to a localization of carriers accompanied by local magnetic...
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Our recent work on “Point of Anchor: Impacts on Interfacial Charge Transfer of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles” by Bingzhang Lu, Feng Wu in collaboration with Prof. Shaowei Chen’s group was published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society! Photoinduced charge transfer across the metal oxide–organic ligand interface plays a key role in the diverse applications of...
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Our recent review article on “Spin-optotronic Properties of Organometal Halide Perovskites” by Prof. Ping with Prof. Jin Zhong Zhang was published as a cover article in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters! Spin is an intrinsic quantum mechanical property of fundamental particles including the electron. The spin property is intimately related to electronic and optical properties...
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Congratulations Feng and Prof. Ping on there new publication in Journal of Materials Chemistry A!   In this work we established a first-principles framework for polaron hopping mobility in anisotropic and doped metal oxides, by combining the generalized Landau-Zener theory with kinetic Monte-Carlo sampling.  Within this method, we can obtain the hopping transfer rates that...
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  Charged defects in two-dimensional (2D) materials have emerging applications in quantum technologies such as quantum emitters and quantum computation. The advancement of these technologies requires a rational design of ideal defect centers, demanding reliable computation methods for the quantitatively accurate prediction of defect properties. We present an accurate, parameter-free, and efficient procedure to evaluate...
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