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Ping Group Timeline
Congratulations to Prof. Ping for receiving the Nature Research Award for Inspiring and Innovating Science in partnership with Estée Lauder Companies! She has been recognized for her research on first-principles methodology development on excited-state dynamics for solids and nanostructures, in particular, from many-body perturbation theory with improved numerical efficiency and accuracy, and open quantum dynamics...
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The Ping Group are very excited to welcome in assistant project scientist Dr. Hiroyuki Takenaka! Learn More
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Congratulations to Junqing Xu and Prof. Ping for their publication, just accepted by Nature Communications! Link to the published article can be found here. Link to the preprint can be found here. This work has also been highlighted by UCSC News Press , Santa Cruz Tech Beat,  ScienceDaily, Phys.Org,  SwissQuantumHub Designing new quantum materials with long-lived...
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Our proposal titled “CD&E: Ab Initio Ultrafast Dynamics of Spin, Valley and Charge in Quantum Materials” has been funded by NSF/DMR-CMMT (Condensed Matter and Materials Theory) under grant number 1956015, in collaboration with Prof. Sundararaman at RPI.  Technical Summary: The goal of this research project is to predict quantitatively quantum dynamics of electrons with spin,...
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Congratulations to Tyler Smart and Prof. Ping for their publication, published in Chemistry of Materials! Link to the full article can be found here. Combined experimental and theoretical investigations were performed to evaluate the potential of n-type BiFeO3 as a photoanode. While previous experimental and theoretical studies on BiFeO3 mainly focused on its ferroelectric properties, several studies have...
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Congratulations to Tyler Smart and Prof. Ping for their acceptance into the internationally competitive Graduate Research Scholar Program (GRSP) at LLNL. In collaboration with Dr. Tuan Anh Pham and Dr. Tadashi Ogitsu of the Quantum Simulations Group at LLNL, this program enables the awardees to create an ongoing collaboration by providing full support to graduate...
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Congratulations to Tyler Smart and Prof. Ping for their publication, in collaboration with Dr. Tuan Anh Pham and Dr. Tadashi Ogitsu of the Quantum Simulations Group at LLNL, just accepted by Physical Review Materials Rapid Communications! Link to the full article can be found here. Small polarons (SPs) are known to exist in most important...
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Congratulations to Feng Wu, Tyler Smart, Junqing Xu, and Prof. Ping for their publication in Physical Review B Rapid Communications! Link to the full article can be found here. The identification and design of defects in two-dimensional (2D) materials as promising single photon emitters (SPEs) requires a deep understanding of the underlying carrier recombination mechanisms....
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Congratulations to Valentin, Tyler and Prof. Ping, for their recent publication in Chemistry of Materials! Perovskite-type lanthanum iron oxide, LaFeO3, is a p-type semiconductor that can achieve overall water splitting using visible light while maintaining photostability. These features make LaFeO3 a promising photocathode candidate for various photoelectrochemical cells. Currently, the photoelectrochemical performance of a LaFeO3...
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Congratulations to Dr. Wu and Prof. Ping on their publication “Dimensionality and Anisotropicity Dependence of Radiative Recombination in Nanostructured  Phosphorene” in Journal of Materials Chemistry C as part of  Emerging investigators themed issue! The journal cover represents this work. In this study we study the interplay of dimensionality and anisotropicity on optoelectronic properties and exciton dynamics...
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