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Prof. Changhui Ye

Chinese Academy of SciencesChina


Email: chye@issp.ac.cn


Qualifications

2005 Ph.D., Condensed Matter Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2000 M.Sc., Materials Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, China

1997 B.Sc., Materials Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, China


Publications(Selected)

  1. Liu, G., Ji, S., Yin, L., Fei, G., Ye, C. (2010) An investigation of electronic properties of III, IV, V elements-doped MgO: trends with varying dopant atomic number, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 22, 046002.
  2. Ji, S., Yin, L., Liu, G., Zhang, L. and Ye, C. (2009) Synthesis of rare earth ions-doped ZnO nanostructures with efficient host-guest energy transfer. J. Phys. Chem. C 113, 16439-16444.
  3. Ji, S., Yin, L., Liu, G., Zhang, L. and Ye, C. (2009) A facile method for effective doping of TB3+ into ZnO nanocrystals. Chemical Communications 344-2346.
  4. Ji, S. and Ye, C. (2008): Synthesis, growth mechanism, and applications of zinc oxide nanomaterials. Journal of Materials Science and Technology 24, 457-472. (Invited Key Review Article).
  5. Wang, M., Ye, C., Zhang, Y., Wang, H., Zeng, X. and Zhang, L. (2008): Seed-layer controlled synthesis of well-aligned ZnO nanowire arrays via a low temperature aqueous solution method. Journal of Materials Science-Materials Electronics 19, 211-216.
  6. Fang, X., Bando, Y., Gautam, U. K., Ye, C. and Golberg, D. (2008): Inorganic semiconductor nanostructures and their field-emission applications. Journal of Materials Chemistry 18, 509-522 (Feature Article).
  7. Bando, Y., Hu, J. Q., Yin, L. W. and Ye, C. (2007) Synthesis and analysis of new inorganic single-crystalline nanotubes and nanowires. Microscopy and Microanalysis 13, 54-55.
  8. Shen, G., Ye, C., Golberg, D., Hu, J. and Bando, Y. (2007): Structure and cathodoluminescence of hierarchical Zn3P2/ZnS nanotube/nanowire heterostructures. Applied Physics Letters 90, Art. No. 073115.
  9. Fang, X., Bando, Y., Shen, G., Ye, C., Gautam, U. K., Costa, P. M. F. J., Zhi, C., Tang, C. and Golberg, D. (2007): Ultrafine ZnS nanobelts as field emitters. Advanced Materials 19, 2593-2597.
  10. Fang, X., Bando, Y., Ye, C., Shen, G., Gautam, U. K., Tang, C. and Golberg, D. (2007): Si nanowire semisphere-like ensembles as field emitters. Chemical Communications 4093-4095.
  11. Wang, Y., Zhao, H., Hu, H., Ye, C. and Zhang, L. (2007): Thermal expansion behavior of hexagonal Zn nanowires. Journal of Crystal Growth 305, 8-11.
  12. Ye, C., Bando, Y., Fang, X., Shen, G. and Golberg, D. (2007): Enhanced field emission performance of ZnO nanorods by two alternative approaches. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111, 12673-12676.
  13. Fang, X., Bando, Y., Ye, C., Shen, G. and Golberg, D. (2007): Shape- and size-controlled growth of ZnS nanostructures. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111, 8469-8474.
  14. Fang, X., Bando, Y., Ye, C. and Golberg, D. (2007): Crystal Orientation-ordered ZnS nanobelt quasi-arrays and their enhanced field-emission. Chemical Communications 3048-3050.
  15. Hua, G., Zhang, Y., Ye, C., Wang, M. and Zhang, L. (2007): Controllable growth of ZnO nanoarrays in aqueous solution and their optical properties. Nanotechnology 18, 145605.
  16. Li, Y., Ye, C., Yang, L., Wang, C., Zheng, C. and Zhang, L. (2007): Synthesis and growth of the faceted-tipped In2O3 nanowires. Chemistry Letters 36, 442-443.
  17. Zhao, J., Ye, C., Fang, X., Qin, L. and Zhang, L. (2006): Selective growth of crystalline SnO2 on the polar surface of ZnO nanobelts. Crystal Growth and Design 6, 2643-2647.
  18. Shen, G., Bando, Y., Ye, C., Yuan, X., Sekiguchi, T. and Golberg, D. (2006): Single-Crystal Nanotubes of II3-V2 Semiconductors. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 45, 7568-7572.
  19. Zhao, J., Ye, C., Fang, X., Yan, P. and Zhang, L. (2006): Synthesis and characterization of micrometer-sized polycrystalline CdS nanosheets. Materials Chemistry and Physics 99, 206-209.
  20. Hao, Y., Meng, G., Wang, Z., Ye, C. and Zhang, L. (2006): Periodically twinned nanowires and polytypic nanobelts of ZnS: the role of mass diffusion in vapor-liquid-solid growth. Nano Letters 6, 1650-1655.