A profile of Prof. Xiaohui Qiu

by | Sep 15, 2014

Editorial Advisory Board of Advanced Electronic Materials: A profile of Professor Xiaohui Qiu.

Professor Xiaohui Qiu, director of the Key Laboratory for Standardization and Measurement for Nanotechnolgy at the Chinese Academy of Sciences has joined the editorial board of Advanced Electronic Materials.

Professor Qiu’s Xiaohui Qiu2research interests include single-molecule physics and chemistry studied by scanning probe microscopy; electrical characterization of nanostructured materials; and charge-transfer in photovoltaic materials by time-resolved spectroscopy.

After gaining his Ph.D. in 2000 from the Institute of Chemistry at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, he moved to the University of California, Irvine to do postdoctoral work, as well as working as a visiting scientist at the IBM research center and Ohio State University. In that time he was actively involved in scanning tunneling microscopy with applications in single molecule vibrational spectroscopy and light emission. Before taking on his current role, Professor Qiu had returned to China as a principle investigator at the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST), China.

We are very happy to have Professor Qiu joining us as a member of the editorial advisory board of Advanced Electronic Materials and look forward to working with him as the journal grows. Professor Qiu said “I feel very honored to be invited to serve on the editorial board of this newly launched journal. I believe Advanced Electronic Materials, being a sister journal with Advanced Materials, would naturally inherit a broad readership and get a jump start with high quality submissions. The journal’s endeavor to cover the expanding and dynamic research areas relating to the electronic functionality of emerging materials will not only boost fundamental research but also facilitate the application of scientific discoveries. I will take my responsibility on the editorial board and commit to the success of this prestigious journal.”


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