Date: 2020-07-23   /   Research Highlight
SUSTech researchers use black phosphorus for new direction in light-emitting devices Mid-infrared (MIR) light-emitting devices play a crucial role in optical communications, thermal imaging, and material analysis applications. Researchers at Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) have found a new use for black phosphorus in light-emitting devices. On July 2, Assistant Professor Xiaolong Chen … Continue reading "SUSTech researchers use black phosphorus for new direction in light-emitting devices"
Date: 2020-07-02   /   Research Highlight
Vastly improved video streaming could be on the horizon With the rapid uptake of smart devices and the increased demand for video streaming, new solutions need to be found for seamless data transmission for this purpose. Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) undergraduates have made vital progress in this field as they have moved … Continue reading "Vastly improved video streaming could be on the horizon"
Date: 2020-06-08   /   Research Highlight
While many think of perovskite for solar cells, there are significant opportunities for their use in lighting and displays. A research team at Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) has been working relentlessly to make new progress in the perovskite enhanced displays. Perovskite materials are ideal candidates for display and lighting because of their … Continue reading "New direction found for perovskite enhanced displays"
Date: 2020-06-05   /   Research Highlight
The development of quantum-dot and organic hybrid tandem light-emitting diodes (LEDs) has led to progress made in a single LED being able to emit any color. They have the potential to replace traditional RGB LEDs and dramatically improve the resolution and aperture ratio of displays. Research conducted by scientists at Southern University of Science and … Continue reading "Quantum LEDs progress through SUSTech-led research"
Date: 2020-05-30   /   Research Highlight
Following new research by Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech), the growth of all-inorganic metal halide perovskite single crystals on carrier transport layers could dramatically improve opportunities for emerging perovskite optoelectronic devices. On April 22, Associate Professor Kai Wang (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) led his research group to publish a vital paper in the … Continue reading "Promising route found for emerging perovskite optoelectronic devices"