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Shanshan Chen

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Name

Shanshan   Chen

Department

Renewable   Energy

Title

Assistant   Professor

Contact  Information

shanshanchen@cqu.edu.cn

 

Biography:

Dr. Shanshan Chen obtained her Ph.D. degree from the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST, Republic of Korea) in 2018 under Prof. Changduk Yang. And she then finished her postdoctoral training at UNIST in 2019 with Prof. Changduk Yang. In April of 2019, Dr. Chen joined the School of Energy & Power Engineering at Chongqing University, China and works as an Assistant Professor currently. Her research interests focus on functional materials and flexible, stretchable devices for wearable photovoltaic, thermoelectric and bioelectrodes.

 

Education Background:

2012-2018  Ph.D., School of Energy and Chemical Engineering, UNIST, Republic of Korea (Advisor: Prof. Changduk Yang)

2009-2012  M.S., School of Environmental and Biological Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NUST), China (Advisor: Prof. Shouwen Chen)

2005-2009  B.S., School of Chemical Engineering, Anhui University of Science and Technology (AUST), China

 

Research Interests:

1.     Flexible Organic & Perovskite Solar Cells Toward Wearable Electronics

2.     Thin Film Thermoelectric Materials and Its Applications

3.     Bioelectrodes Materials and Its Applications

Selected Publications

1.      Jia, X. e.; Liu, G.; Chen, S. *; Li, Z.; Wang, Z.; Yin, Q.; Yip, H.-L.; Yang, C.; Duan, C.*; Huang, F.*; Cao, Y., Backbone Fluorination of Polythiophenes Improves Device Performance of Non-Fullerene Polymer Solar Cells. ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2019, 2 (10), 7572-7583.

2.      Xu, J.; Wang, R.; Chen, S.(co-first author); Zhang, C.*; Liu, L.; Huang, F.; Lu, X.; Yang, C.; Wang, X.; Xiao, M., Hole Transfer Promoted by a Viscosity Additive in an All-Polymer Photovoltaic Blend. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2020, 11 (4), 1384-1389.

3.      Fan, Q.; Su, W.; Chen, S.(co-first author); Kim, W.; Chen, X.; Lee, B.; Liu, T.; Méndez-Romero, U. A.; Ma, R.; Yang, T.; Zhuang, W.; Li, Y.; Li, Y.; Kim, T.-S.; Hou, L.; Yang, C.; Yan, H.; Yu, D.; Wang, E.*, Mechanically Robust All-Polymer Solar Cells from Narrow Band Gap Acceptors with Hetero-Bridging Atoms. Joule 2020, 4 (3), 658-672.

4.      Sun, Z.; He, Y.; Xiong, B.; Chen, S.*; Li, M.; Zhou, Y.; Zheng, Y.; Sun, K.*, Yang, C*, Performance-enhancing Approaches for the PEDOT: PSS-Si Hybrid Solar Cells. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. DOI: 10.1002/anie.201910629.

5.      Fu, J.; Chen, S.(co-first author); Yang, K.; Jung, S.; Lv, J.; Lan, L.; Chen, H.; Hu, D.; Yang, Q.;  Duan, T.; Kan, Z.; Yang, C.; Sun, K.*; Lu, S.*; Xiao, Z.*; Li, Y., A “σ-Hole”-Containing Volatile Solid Additive Enabling 16.5% Efficiency Organic Solar Cells. iScience 2020, 23 (3), 100965.

6.      Cai, C.; Chen, S.(co-first author); Li, L.; Yuan, Z.*; Zhao, X.; Zhang, Y.; Hu, Y.; Yang, C.; Hu, M.; Huang, X.; Chen, X.; Chen, Y.*, Subnaphthalocyanine triimides: potential three-dimensional solution processable acceptors for organic solar cells. J. Mater. Chem. C 2020, 8 (6), 2186-2195.

7.      Zhang, Y.; Shao, Y.; Wei, Z.; Zhang, L.; Hu, Y.; Chen, L.; Chen, S. *; Yuan, Z.; Chen, Y.*, “Double-Acceptor-Type” Random Conjugated Terpolymer Donors for Additive-Free Non-Fullerene Organic Solar Cells. ACS Appl. Mater. Inter. 2020, 12 (18), 20741-20749.

8.      Chen, S.; Lee, S. M.; Xu, J.; Lee, J.; Lee, K. C.; Hou, T.; Yang, Y.; Jeong, M.; Lee, B.; Cho. Y.; Xing, G.C.; Zhang, S.; Zhang, Z.-G.; Zhang, C.; Xiao, M.; Li, Y.; Yang, C.*, Ultrafast Channel II Process Induced by a 3-D Texture with Enhanced Acceptor Order Ranges for High-Performance Non-Fullerene Polymer Solar Cells. Energy Environ Sci. 2018, 11, 2569.

9.      Chen, S.; Jung, S.; Cho, H. J.; Kim, N.; Jung, S.; Xu, J.; Oh, J.; Cho, Y.; Kim, H.; Lee, B.; An, Y.; Lee, B.; Zhang, Z.-G.; Zhang, C.; Xiao, M.; Li, Y; Park, H.; Yang, C.*, Highly Flexible and Efficient All-Polymer Solar Cells with HighViscosity Processing Polymer Additive toward Potential of Stretchable Devices. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2018, 57, 13277.

10.   Chen, S.; An, Y.; Dutta, G. K.; Kim, Y.; Zhang, Z.-G.; Li, Y.; Yang, C.*, A Synergetic Effect of Molecular Weight and Fluorine in All-Polymer Solar Cells with Enhanced Performance. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2017, 27, 1603564.

11.   Chen, S.; Cho, H. J.; Lee, J.; Yang, Y.; Zhang, Z.-G.; Li, Y.; Yang, C.*, Modulating the Molecular Packing and Nanophase Blending via a Random Terpolymerization Strategy toward 11% Efficiency Nonfullerene Polymer Solar Cells. Adv. Energy Mater. 2017, 7, 1701125.

12.   Jeong, M.; Chen, S. (co-first author); Lee, S. M.; Wang, Z.; Yang, Y.; Zhang, Z.-G.; Zhang, Xiao, M.; C.; Li, Y.; Yang, C.*, Feasible D1-A-D2-A Random Donor Polymers for Simultaneous High-Performance Fullerene and Non-Fullerene Solar Cells. Adv. Energy Mater. 2018, 8, 1702166.

13.   Luo, Z.; Sun, C.; Chen, S.; Zhang, Z.-G.; Wu, K., Qiu., B.; Yang, C.; Li, Y., Yang, C.*, Side‐Chain Impact on Molecular Orientation of Organic Semiconductor Acceptors: High Performance Nonfullerene Polymer Solar Cells with Thick Active Layer over 400 nm. Adv. Energy Mater. DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201800856.

14.   Lee, J.; Lee, S.M.; Chen, S.; Kumari, T.; Kang, S.H..; Yang, C.*, Organic Photovoltaics with Multiple Donor–Acceptor Pairs. Adv. Mater. DOI: 10.1002/adma.201804762.

15.   Zhang, Z. G.*; Yang, Y.; Yao, J.; Xue, L. W.; Chen, S.; Li, X.; Morrison, W.; Yang, C.; Li, Y.*, A New Strategy to Construct Low Bandgap Polymer Acceptor forHigh Performance All-Polymer Solar Cells. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. DOI: 10.1002/anie.201707678.

16.   Cho, H. J.; Kim, Y. J.; Chen, S.; Lee, J.; Shin, T.J.; Park, C.E.; Yang, C.*, Over 10% Efficiency in Single-Junction Polymer Solar Cells Developed from Easily Accessible Random Terpolymers. Nano Energy. 2017, 39, 229.

17.   Bin, H.; Yang, Y.; Zhang, Z. G.*; Ye, L.; Ghasemi, M.; Chen, S.; Zhang, Y.; Zhang, C.; Sun, C.; Xue, L. W.; Yang, C.; Ade, H.; Li, Y.*, 9.73% Efficiency Nonfullerene All Organic Small Molecule Solar Cells with Absorption-Complementary Donor and Acceptor. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017, 139, 5085.

18.   Kumari, T.; Lee, S. M.; Kang, S.-H.; Chen, S.; Yang, C.*, Ternary Solar Cells with a Mixed Face-on and Edge-on Orientation Enable an Unprecedented Efficiency of 12.1%. Energy Environ. Sci. 2017, 10, 258.

19.   Yang, Y.; Qiu, B.; Chen, S.; Zhou, Q.; Peng, Y.; Zhang, Z.-G.*; Yao, J.; Luo, Z.; Chen, X.; Feng, L., Yang, C.; Li, Y.*, High-Efficiency Organic Solar Cells Based on Small-Molecule Donor and Low-Bandgap Polymer Acceptor with Strong Absorption. J. Mater. Chem. A2018, 6, 9613.

20.   An, Y.; Oh, J.; Chen, S.; Lee, B.; Lee, S.; Han, D.; Yang, C.*, Effect of Incorporating Different Chalcogenophene Comonomers into Random Acceptor Terpolymers on the Morphology and Performance of All-Polymer Solar Cells. Polym. Chem. 2018, 9, 593.

21.   Zhang, J.; Liu, F.; Chen, S.; Yang, C.; Zhu, X.; Zhu, D.*, High‐Performance Polymer Solar Cells Achieved by Introducing Side‐Chain Heteroatom on Small‐Molecule Electron Acceptor. Macromol. Rapid Commun. 2018, 1800393.

22.   Qiu, B.; Chen, S.; Xue, L.; Sun,,C.; Li, X.;  Zhang, Z.-G.*; Yang, C.; Li, Y.*, Effects of alkoxy and fluorine atom substitution of donor molecules on the morphology and photovoltaic performance of all small molecule organic solar cells. Front. Chem. 2018, 6, 413.

Books

1.  Chen, S.; Kang, S..; Lee, S.M.; Kumari, T.; Yang, C., “Advances in Discrete Length and Fused Conjugated Oligomers” ChapterHandbook of Conducting PolymersFourth EditionCRC Press.

 

For full publication list and citations, please visit:

Group websitehttps://www.x-mol.com/groups/LaFREMD

Google Scholar

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=brGKgfoAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

https://ccc.glgoo.top/citations?hl=zh-CN&user=brGKgfoAAAAJ

ResearchGate

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shanshan_Chen18

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