Received Ph.D in physics August 2004 from University of Utah and had been a Research Assistant for Professor Z.V. Vardeny in the University of Utah. Specialties include the use of various cw spectroscopies and magnetic resonance techniques to identify spectral and spin signatures of long-lived photoexcitations in π-conjugated semiconductors such as polymer films and single crystals and research studies on the fabrication of organic solar cells and OLEDs as well as characterization of their optoelectronic properties. Currently I am working as research associate in the University of Texas at Dallas under the leadership of Prof. Zakhidov.
Nanocomposite Solar Cells Based on Conjugated Polymers and PbSe Quantum Dots: Toward Harnessing Carrier Multiplication , X. Jiang , S.B. Lee, A.A. Zakhidov , R.D. Schaller, J.M. Pietryga, V.I. Klimov (2005). publication is in process.
Lead selenide Quantum Dots and Conducting polymer solar cells: Evidence for Charge Multiplication? X. Jiang, S.B. Lee, A.A. Zakhidov, R.D. Schaller, J.M. Pietryga, V.I. Klimov (2005)., preprint.
Morphology-dependent optical properties of substituted Poly(p-phenylene-ethynylene) (PPE) films Jiang XM, Wu CC, Wohlgenannt M, Huang WY, Kwei TK, Okamoto Y, & Vardeny ZV (2003). ‘’. Physica B, 223, 235-239.
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