Sustainable Development and the Future Lecture Series IV: Huang Jia Magic Newspaper - Flexible Electronics

Lectures times & venues

Time:   23 March 2023 (Thursday) 19:00-20:35

Venue: Staircase 4, Rui'an Building, Siping Campus

Topic:  Magic Newspaper - Flexible Electronics

Presenter: Huang Jia

Huang Jia Professor, PhD Supervisor

He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Science and Technology of China and his Ph.D. degree from Johns Hopkins University in the U.S. He joined the School of Materials of Tongji University as a professor in 2012. He has long been engaged in research in the field of organic semiconductors and flexible electronic devices. He has expanded the application of organic transistors in the fields of multifunctional sensors, flexible artificial electronic skin, and artificial neurosynaptic devices; proposed various new sensing performance optimization strategies and new device structures. He has published 70 SCI papers in high-impact academic journals in this field, including 40 papers belonging to the first/corresponding authorship of CAS Zone 1. He is a member of the international editorial board of Advanced Intelligent Systems journal and the editorial board of CAS Chemical Bulletin. As a project leader, he has undertaken more than ten national-level and Shanghai research projects. His scientific research achievements have been reported by People's Daily, China Science News, Jiefang Daily and many other media. He has been selected for the National Overseas High-Level Talents Program, the National Foundation for Youth Excellence, Shanghai Pujiang Program, Shanghai Shuguang Scholars and other talent programs. He was awarded the title of Tongji University Young Job Competent Person and the Tongji Youth May Fourth Medal. Awarded the honorary title of the 13th Shanghai Young Job Competent Person, Executive Director of China Young Scientist Association.

Research areas

Organic semiconductors, smart materials, organic transistors, flexible electronics, sensors, neuromorphic devices