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Jia Huang, Ph.D

Professor
One of 1000 Young Talents,
The Institute for Advanced Materials & Nano Biomedicine School of Materials Science and Engineering Tongji University
Address:67 Chifeng Rd. Shanghai, 200092, P.R. China
Tel/Fax:+086-021-69922409
Email: huangjia@tongji.edu.cn

 
 

EDUCATION

2009 Ph. D., Materials Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, USA
2004 M. S., Applied Science, College of William & Mary, USA
2002 B. S., Materials Science and Engineering, University of Science and Technology of China

POSITIONS HELD

2012 – present Professor in Inst. for Advanced Materials & Nano Biomedicine, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, China
2009 – 2012        Research Associate, University of Maryland, USA

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION

2008: The Bowles Fellowship
2007: The Louis M. Brown Engineering Fellowship
2002: Excellent Thesis Granted by University of Science and Technology of China
Manuscript Referee: for Journal of the American Chemical Society, Chemical Society Reviews, Advanced materials, Energy & Environmental Science, Chemical Communications, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Soft Matter, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Organic Electronics, Journal of Applied Physics, Solid State Electronics, Journal of Materials Research and Dalton Transactions

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Professor Huang received his B.S. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Science and Technology of China, M.S. degree in Applied Science from College of William & Mary in USA, and Ph.D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 2009. After that he worked as a Research Associate at University of Maryland at College Park, USA. He joined Tongji University in Shanghai as a professor in 2012.
Professor Huang has published a number of research papers in peer-refereed journals, such as Journal of the American Chemical Society, Advanced Materials, Energy & Environmental Science, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Organic Electronics, and Annual Review of Materials Research, et. al., and 2 book chapters. His research interests across multiple disciplines including nano-structured materials; organic semiconductors; organic electronics including solar cells, thin-film transistors and diodes; chemical and bio sensors; and graphene composite materials.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Huang, Jia; Allen L. Ng, Yanmei Piao, Chien-Fu Chen, Alexander A. Green, Chuan-Fu Sun, Mark C. Hersam, Cheng S. Lee, and YuHuang Wang. Covalently Functionalized Double-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Combine High Sensitivity and Selectivity in the Electrical Detection of Small Molecules. Journal of the American Chemical Society, (2013), 135, pp 2306–2312.
Huang, Jia; Hongli Zhu, Yuchen Chen, Colin Preston, Kathleen Rohrbach, John Cumings, and Liangbing Hu. Highly Transparent and Flexible Nanopaper Transistors. ACS Nano, (2013) Article ASAP.
Huang, J.*; Yin, Z.G.; and Zheng, Q.D. Applications of ZnO in organic and hybrid solar cells. Energy & Environmental Science. (2011) 4, 3861
Huang, Jia*; Hines, D.; Williams, E.; Fuhrer, M.; Cumings, J. et. al. Polymeric Semiconductor/Graphene Hybrid Field-effect Transistors. Organic Electronics. (2011) 12, 1471-1476
Huang, Jia; Dawidcyk, T.; Jung, BJ; Mason A. and Katz HE. Response diversity and dual response mechanism of organic field-effect transistors with dinitrotoluene vapor. Journal of Materials Chemistry.
Katz, HE. and Huang, Jia. Thin Film Organic Electronic Devices. Annual Review of Materials Research. Vol. 39. (2009) p71-92.
Huang, Jia; Sun, Jia; Katz, H. Monolayer-dimensional 5,5’-Bis(4-hexylphenyl) -2,2’ -bithiophene Transistors and Chemically Responsive heterostructures. Advanced Materials.
Zheng, QD; Huang, J.; Sarjeant, A.; Katz, HE. Pyromellitic Diimides: Minimal Cores for High Mobility n-channel Transistor Semiconductors, Journal of the American Chemical Society .
Huang, J.; Miragliotta, J.; Becknell, A.; Katz, H.E. Hydroxy-terminated organic semiconductor blend-based field-effect transistors for phosphonate vapor. Journal of the American Chemical Society
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SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2007 International Semiconductor Device Research Symposium. J. Huang, J. Miragliotta, and H. E Katz. “Functionalized organic semiconductor-based FETs for phosphonate vapor detection
2008 Materials Research Society Spring Meeting. Jia Huang, J. Miragliotta, A. Becknell and H. E Katz. “Chemical Sensors Based on Monolayer Organic Field-effect Transistors for Phosphonate Vapor Detection
2008 International Materials Research Society Spring Meeting. Jia Huang and H. E Katz. “Monolayer-dimensional Organic FETs for Monitoring Chemical Vapors in Environment
2010 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting. J. Huang, J. Cumings, D.R. Hines, V. Ballarotto, M.S. Fuhrer and E.D. Williams. “Organic semiconductor/graphene hybrid field-effect transistors

 

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