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副教授
简历 研究领域 文献发表

Research Interests: 

organic/molecular materials and devices for energy harvesting, display and artificial skin

Wearable electronics on Flexible/Stretchable Platform

Material processing for highly ordered conjugated polymers

Perovskite crystal growth for optoelectronic devices 

 

Educational Background: 

◆  2008 to 2012   Ph.D.  Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

2003 to 2007    B.Eng. (First Class Honours)  Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

Professional Experience: 

08. 2017 - Present   Associate Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China

02. 2014 - 08. 2017  Scientist, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR, Singapore

01. 2012 - 01. 2014   Research Fellow at Nobel Laureate Prof Alan Heeger’s Lab, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

08. 2013 - 09. 2014   Visiting Scientist, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany

10. 2008 - 01. 2012  Project Officer, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

08. 2007 - 08. 2008   Research Officer, Institute of Microelectronics (A*STAR), Singapore

Received honorary:

13th Batch of National 1000 Yong Talents, 2017

Shenzhen Peacock Plan for Talents, 2016

A*STAR Investigatorship 2014 (final list)

Green Talents 2012, awarded by Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany (BMBF)

A*STAR International Fellowship

PhD prize in Environmental and Sustainability Research

A*STAR Graduate Scholarship

 

Brief Introduction: 

Aung Ko Ko Kyaw joined the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Southern University of Science and Technology as an Associate Professor in August 2017. He received B.Eng. degree with first class honours in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU) in 2007 and was accepted for direct PhD program at NTU. He received PhD degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from NTU in 2012. He began his post-doctoral fellow career at the laboratory of Nobel Laureate Prof Alan Heeger at University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) under A*STAR International Fellowship Program. While working at UCSB, he also joined Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Germany as a visiting scientist in 2013. He returned to Singapore in 2014 and worked as a Scientist at Institute of Materials Research and Engineering of A*STAR until 2017. He has published about 50 papers in peer-reviewed journals, three book chapters and filed three patents in the research area of organic/molecular materials and devices. Among them, 10 papers have citation over 100 times and 7 papers are published in journal with impact factor more than 10. He has a total citation of >3000 and H-index of 25 (Google Scholar). He is also a recipient of National 1000 Young Talents (13th Batch) and Shenzhen Peacock Plan (2016).

 

Selected Publications: 

[1] A. K. K. Kyaw*, F. Jamalullah, L. Vaithieswari, M. J. Tan, L. Zhang and J. Zhang*, “Thermally Stable and Sterilizable Polymer Transistors for Reusable Medical Devices”, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 8, 9533 (2016)

[2] V. V. Brus, A. K. K. Kyaw*, P. D. Maryanchuk, J. Zhang, “Quantifying interface states and bulk defects in high-efficiency solution-processed small-molecule solar cells by impedance and capacitance characteristics”, Progress in Photovoltaics, 23, 1526 (2015)

[3] C. Luo*, A. K. K. Kyaw, L. A. Perez, S. Patel, M. Wang, B. Grimm, G. C. Bazan, E. J. Kramer and A. J. Heeger*, “General Strategy for Self-Assembly of Highly Oriented Nanocrystalline Semiconducting Polymers with High Mobility”, Nano Letters, 14, 2764 (2014) (Cited 171 times)

[4] A. K. K. Kyaw, D. H. Wang, L. Chan, Y. Cao, T. Q. Nguyen, G. C. Bazan and A. J. Heeger*, “Effects of Solvent Additives on Morphology, Charge Generation, Transport, and Recombination in Solution-Processed Small-Molecule Solar Cells”, Adv. Energy Mat., 4, 1301469 (2014)

[5] A. K. K. Kyaw, D. H. Wang, D. Wynands, J. Zhang, T. Q. Nguyen, G. C. Bazan and A. J. Heeger*, “Improved Light Harvesting and Improved Efficiency by Insertion of an Optical Spacer (ZnO) in Solution-Processed Small-Molecule Solar Cells”, Nano Letters, 13, 3796 (2013) (highlighted by Physics.org. Cited 316 times)

[6] A. K. K. Kyaw, D. H. Wang, V. Gupta, W. L. Leong, L. Ke, G. C. Bazan and A. J. Heeger*, “Intensity Dependence of Current–Voltage Characteristics and Recombination in High-Efficiency Solution-Processed Small-Molecule Solar Cells”, ACS Nano, 7, 4569 (2013) (Cited 220 times)

[7] A. K. K. Kyaw, D. H. Wang, V. Gupta, J. Zhang, S. Chand, G. C. Bazan and A. J. Heeger*, “Efficient Solution-Processed Small-Molecule Solar Cells with Inverted Structure”, Adv. Mat., 25, 2397 (2013) (Cited 336 times