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Our Focus

The research interests of Dong's group includes developing and synthesis of novel nanomaterials and elucidating their photophysical and electronic properties for photonics, energy, and photocatalysis applications. 

Research

Semiconductor nanocrystals or Quantum Dots (QDs) possessing superb optical properties such as tunable narrow-band emission, high luminescence efficiency, and solution processability are highly suitable for the next generation materials of novel photonics and energy applications. Research in Dong group at the University of Oklahoma focuses on the developing and synthesis new QDs with exquisite control of size, shape and surface, and studying their optical and electronic properties at single particle level. Our group also aims to exploit the advanced QD material to enable cutting-edge photonics devices such as ultra-fast single photon sources.

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Latest Publications

Liu, Y.†; Dong, Y.†; Zhu, T.; Ma, D.; Proppe, A.; Chen, B.; Zheng, C.; Hou, Y.; Lee, S.; Sun, B.; Jung, E. H.; Yuan, F.; Wang, Y. K.; Sagar, L. K.; Hoogland, S.; de Arquer, F. P. G.; Choi, M. J.; Singh, K.; Kelly, O. S.; Voznyy, O.; Lu, Z. H.; Sargent, E. H. Bright and Stable Light-Emitting Diodes Based on Perovskite Quantum Dots in Perovskite Matrix, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2021,143, 15606. (†equal contribution)