Photoelectric functional crystals are important material bases of photoelectron technology, especially laser technology. Utilizing photoelectric functional crystal, we can make the conversion of laser frequency, modulate the intensity and phase of laser, achieve the holographic storage of the laser signal, and eliminate self-pumped phase conjugate of wave-front domain, etc. It has important application values in the field of medical, information, energy, defense, etc. With the rapid development of optoelectronic industry, higher request for the discovery of new inorganic photoelectric functional crystal has been put forward. The research mainly includes:1. new nonlinear optical materials in the design, synthesis, phase analysis, crystal growth and performance study; 2. the study in the crystal growth method: flux growth method, melt method, crucible descent method, czochralski method, hydrothermal method, aqueous solution growth method, etc; 3. the assessment of application prospect for new nonlinear optical crystal; 4. other inorganic photoelectric functional crystal materials research; 5. the numerical calculation and design simulation of nonlinear optical crystal.
The New Opto-electronic Functional Material Laboratory, The Institute of Physical &Chemical Technologies, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Contact: Prof. Shilie Pan; Prof. Zhihua Yang
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Shilie Pan, Professor，Vice Director
Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Prof. Shilie Pan received his B.S in Chemistry from Zhengzhou University in 1996. He completed his Ph.D. under Prof. Yicheng Wu (Academician) at University of Science & Technology of China in 2002. From 2002.7-2004.11, he was a post-doctoral fellow at Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences in the laboratory of Prof. Chuangtian Chen (Academician), From 2004.12-2007.5, he was a post-doctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the laboratory of Prof. Kenneth R. Poeppelmeier in USA. Since arriving at the Xinjiang Technical of Physics & Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences in2007.6, Prof. Pan has received numerous awards and honors as follows:
- Ten Thousand Talent Program: 2016
- Zhu-Li-Yue-Hua Outstanding Teacher Award of Chinese Academy of Sciences: 2015
- Xinjiang Outstanding Contribution Award for the Excellent Experts: 2015
- Liu Dagang Outstanding Youth Science and Technology Award: 2015
- National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars: 2014
- Science and Technology Award of Xinjiang Province (First Class): 2014
- Xinjiang Outstanding Figures of Overseas Chinese: 2014
- National Youth Science and Technology Innovation Leading Talent: 2013
- China Youth Science and Technology Award: 2013
- Advanced Individual of Returned Overseas Chinese: 2013
- Chinese Academy of Sciences Young Scientist Award: 2013
- K. C. Wong Western Scholars Outstanding Contribution Award from Chinese Academy of Sciences: 2013
- Science and Technology Award of Xinjiang Province (First Class): 2012
- Fourth Chinese Overseas Chinese Contribution Award: 2012
- Special allowance of the State Council: 2011
- Xinjiang Youth Science and Technology Award: 2011
- Science and Technology Award of Xinjiang Province (First Class): 2010
- Excellent Graduate Advisor Award from Xinjiang: 2010
- New Century National Hundred, Thousand and Ten Thousand Talent Project: 2009
Prof. Pan has received funding for the research from the National Natural Science Foundation of China,National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, 973 Program of China, Key Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Knowledge Innovation Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Funds for Creative Cross and Cooperation Teams of Chinese Academy of Sciences, the High Technology Research and Development Program of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China, Major Program of of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China, the Xinjiang International Science and Technology Cooperation Program, Xinjiang Key Laboratory Foundation.
Prof. Pan has published over 240 peer-reviewed papers, 3 authorized US patents, 45 authorized Chinese patents and has presented the research at conferences, institute and Universities and throughout China and world.
Research in Prof. Pan's group involves the synthesis, crystal growth, crystal structure, properties characterization, structure-property relationships and devices in new optical-electronic functional materials.
Zhihua Yang, female;
2003-2008 PhD, Zhejiang University;
2009-2011 Sungkyunkwan University in Korea, Postdoc;
2011-now Professor, Xinjiang Technical Institute of physics & Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, advisor of Ph. D. student．The “One Hundred Talented People” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; The “One Thousand Youth Talents” of the Central Organization Department.
Mainly engaged in research of the first principles calculation for opto-electronic functional materials: nonlinear optical materials, piezoelectric materials, ferroelectric materials, and magnetic materials and the numerical method study.
Zhongxiang Zhou, male, Professor, The “One Hundred Talented People” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Bachelor Degreein Science, University of Jilin;
Ph D, Department of Physics in Harbin Institute of Technology;
Pennsylvaniastate university as a Visiting Professor;
Mainly engaged in Optoelectronic Materials, nonlinear optics and optical information processing and stealth materials and stealth technology.