• Adresse : Laboratoire de Physicochimie des Polymères et des Interfaces, CY Cergy Paris Université, 5 Mail Gay Lussac, 95000 Neuville-sur-Oise
Domaines d'expertise
Chemistry;
Polymer Chemistry;
Solid-state Physics;
Organic Thermoelectrics;
Organic Optical Materials;
Organic Energy Materials;
Organic Electronic Materials.
 

Activités / CV

Dr. Suhao Wang received systematic training on the structure-property relationship of conjugated polymers and their applications in semiconductor devices at Max Planck Institute for polymer research in Germany from 2010 to 2013. In 2012, Suhao was awarded the “young researcher award” from the 5th International Symposium for Flexible Organic Electronics.

In late 2013, Suhao moved to Linköping University in Sweden to further his research as a postdoc fellow, probing the role of intermolecular aggregation in conjugated polymers. Since 2015, Suhao has been focusing on n-doping of conjugated polymers for organic thermoelectrics.

In 2017, Suhao was offered a permanent position as a research scientist at Linköping University. In 2019, Suhao was selected by Synthetic Metals as an “early career research leader” and was invited to contribute a review paper on the role of short-range order in conjugated polymers.

In 2020, Suhao joined LPPI of CY Cergy Paris Université as a principal investigator, leading the research of designing conjugated polymers for thermoelectric green energy conversion. Since 2021, Suhao has been appointed as a fellow of EUTOPIA Young Leaders Academy.

Up to date, Suhao has published 28 papers on highly ranked peer-reviewed journals, such as PNAS, JACS (2), Advanced Materials (4), Chemistry of Materials (2), ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (4), ACS Nano , Small, Advanced Energy Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, etc. According to Web of Science, Suhao's papers have been cited> 1700 times, with an H-index of 19 (average citations per item> 50). 

Informations complémentaires

Selected Honors and Distinctions :

2021 Fellow of EUTOPIA Young Leaders Academy , Europe

2020 Laureate of TALENT , CY Initiative of Excellence, France

2019 Early career leader in organic electronic materials , Selected by Synthetic Metals, Netherland

2015 Award, Knut och Alice Wallenbergs Jubileumsfond , Linköping University, Sweden

2012 Young Researcher Award , International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics, ISFOE12, Greece

2009 Shanghai Universities Invention Award , by Shanghai Association of Inventions, China

2008 “ LG Chemistry -Shanghai Jiao Tong University” Scholarship, China
 

Selected Editorial activities :

2021-   Topic Editor , "Synthesis, Characterization, and Stability of Organic and Hybrid Thermoelectric Materials",  Frontiers in Electronic Materials

2021-  Guest Editor for the special issue "Organic and Hybrid Materials for Energy Generation", Molecules 


Recent 10 most important publications:

1. A chemically doped naphthalenediimideBithiazole polymer for n-Type organic thermoelectrics
S. Wang, H. Sun, T. Erdmann, G. Wang, D. Fazzi, U. Lappan, Y. Puttisong, Z. Chen, M. Berggren, X. Crispin, A. Kiriy, B. Voit, T. J. Marks, S. Fabiano, A. Facchetti, Adv. Mater. 2018, 30, 1801898.

2. Acene Ring Size Optimization in Fused Lactam Polymers Enabling High n-Type Organic Thermoelectric Performance
H. Chen, M. Moser, S. Wang, C. Jellett, K. Thorley, G. T. Harrison, X. Jiao, M. Xiao, B.Purushothaman, M. Alsufyani, H. Bristow, S. Wolf, N. Gasparini, A. Wadsworth, C.R.McNeill, H. Sirringhaus, S. Fabiano, and I.McCulloch, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2021, 143, 260.

3. Experimental evidence that short-range intermolecular aggregation is sufficient for efficient charge transport in conjugated polymers
S. Wang, S. Fabiano, S. Himmelberger, S. Puzinas, X. Crispin, A. Salleo, M. Berggren, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A, 2015, 112, 10599.

4. Negatively‐Doped Conducting Polymers for Oxygen Reduction Reaction
M. Vagin, V. Gueskine, E. Mitraka, S. Wang, A. Singh, I. Zozoulenko, M, Berggren, S. Fabiano, X. Crispin, Adv .Energy. Mater., 2021, 11, 2002664.

5. Thermoelectric Properties of Solution-Processed n-Doped Ladder-Type Conducting Polymers
S. Wang, H. Sun, U. Ail, M. Vagin, P. O. Persson, J. W. Andreasen, W. Thiel, M. Berggren, X. Crispin, D. Fazzi, S. Fabiano, Adv. Mater., 2016, 28, 10764.

6. Sequential Doping of Ladder-Type Conjugated Polymers for Thermally Stable n-Type Organic Conductors
S. Wang, T. Ruoko, G. Wang, S. Galindo, S. Hultmark, Y. Puttisong, F. Moro, H. Yan, W. Chen, M. Berggren, C. Müller, S. Fabiano, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2020, 12, 53003.

7. The effect of aromatic ring size in electron-deficient semiconducting polymers for n-type organic thermoelectrics
M. Alsufyani, R. Hallani, S. Wang, M. Xiao, X. Ji, B. Paulsen, K. Xu, H. Bristow, H. Chen, X. Chen, H. Sirringhaus, J. Rivnay, S. Fabiano, I. McCulloch, J. Mater. Chem.C, 2020, 8, 15150.

8. Effect of backbone regiochemistry on conductivity, charge density and polaron structure of n- doped donor-acceptor polymers
S. Wang, Daniele Fazzi, Y.Puttisong, M.J. Jafari, Z. Chen, T.Ederth, J. W. Andreasen, W. M. Chen, A.Facchetti, S. Fabiano, Chem. Mater., 2019, 31, 3395.

9. Complementary logic circuits based on high-performance n-type organic electrochemical transistors
H. Sun, M. Vagin, S. Wang, R. Forchheimer X. Crispin, M. Berggren, S. Fabiano, Adv. Mater., 2018, 30, 1704916.

10. (invited review) Emerging efficient charge-transport landscape based on short-range order in conjugated polymers 
S. WangSynth. Met., 2019, 251, 104.

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