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Molecular design, synthesis and application of thermally activated delayed fluorescent materials


Molecular design, synthesis and application of thermally activated delayed fluorescent materials

Guest: Professor Yang chuluo, head of peacock team, School of materials, Shenzhen University

Time and place: 10:00-11:00 am, July 2

Abstract: thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) materials have attracted much attention due to their high exciton utilization.With the help of thermal energy, the lowest excited triplet exciton can overcome the energy barrier and reach the lowest excited singlet state. TADF materials have been widely used in organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) and time-resolved biological imaging applications.This report will focus on the molecular design and synthesis of thermally activated delay fluorescent materials and their applications in organic light-emitting devices and biological imaging, and analyze the opportunities and challenges in the future development.

Guest profile: Yang chuluo, distinguished professor of Shenzhen University, doctoral supervisor, winner of national outstanding youth fund, and head of peacock team in Shenzhen.From June 1999 to October 2002, he successively engaged in postdoctoral research in the Department of chemistry of Hong Kong University of science and technology, the Department of chemistry of the University of New Orleans and the Department of chemistry of the University of Rochester.Professor of Wuhan University in 2003.He was a visiting professor in the Department of chemistry, Cambridge University, UK from July 9, 2010, and the Department of materials science and engineering, University of Toronto, Canada from July to August, 2014.In 2005, he was awarded the "New Century Excellent Talents Program" fund of the Ministry of education, and the National Outstanding Youth Fund in 2011.In 2013, he was awarded one hundred excellent doctoral dissertation instructors in China.The main research direction is organic polymer optoelectronic functional materials and devices, including organic polymer electroluminescent materials, organic polymer semiconductor materials, organic polymer photovoltaic materials and so on.He has published more than 350 SCI papers in the journals of chemistry, materials and interdisciplinary fields, including J. am. chem. SOC., angel. Chem. Int. ed., adv. mater., NAT. Commun., energy. Environ. SCI. And has cited more than 12000 SCI papers. He has authorized nearly 20 invention patents in China, and won the first prize of Hubei natural science award twice in 2008 and 2015.