Research direction

Our group has first-class equipments and rich experience in high-resolution characterization, structure preparation, device preparation, etc. The research directions include:

1. Research on self-assembly behavior molecules.
Including the influence and regulation of molecular structure and growth conditions on the molecular assembly structure, the main characterization method is scanning tunneling microscopy.

2. On-surface chemistry.
The ultra-high vacuum scanning tunneling microscope and Qplus non-contact atomic force microscopy are used to study the reaction mechanism, reaction process, intermediate state and products at the atomic and molecular level, especially the systemic characterization of functional electronic states and catalytic activities.

3. Functional molecular materials and structural surfaces.
Mainly research on the application of organic semiconductor growth and regulation in devices (such as OFET, Micro-OLED, gas sensor)

4. Characterization of physical properties of surface microdomains.
The atomic force microscopy (AFM) was used to characterize the surface structure, morphology and micro-physical properties of the surface of organic polymer materials on the nanometer scale, including electrical, magnetic and mechanical properties.