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Feng Li
Physical chemistry

Contact Information
Email    lifeng01@jlu.edu.cn
Office     A408 Supermolecular building               
Lab        B301,B205
               Supermolecular building
Short Biography
1994/09-1998/07 Electronic engineering and science department, Jilin University, Bachelor student; 1998/09-2003/07 Electronic engineering and science department, Jilin University, Phd student, major in microelectronics and solid state elctronics; 2003/09-2004/12 Electronic engineering department, Technion-Israel institute of technology, Postdoctoral fellow; 2005/02 Associate professor, Jilin University; 2008/10 Professor, Jilin University; 2017/09-2019/11 Academic Visitor, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge.
Research Interest
1) Organic optoelectronic materials and devices based on some new concepts, for example the OLEDs in which the emission comes from doublet exciton firstly proposed by us;
2) molecular self-assembly processes to fabricate the optoelectronic devices (supramolecular optoelectronic);
3) The magnetic field effect of organic optoelectronic materials and devices.
Honors & Awards
1994-1995 Jilin university academic excellent scholarship (first class top 5%)
1995-1996 Jilin university academic excellent scholarship (first class top 5%)
1996-1997 Jilin university academic excellent scholarship (first class top 5%)
1998 Outstanding graduate award of Jilin University (top 2%)
2002 Huawei company scholarship
2002 Jingying Cup scholarship
First class natural science award of ministry of education of China (The fifth memeber).

[ Selected Publications ]

[1] R. H. Friend*, F. Li* et al., “Efficient radical-based light-emitting diodes with doublet emission”, Nature, 563, 536-540 (2018).
Highlighed by Prof. Kusamoto and Prof. Nishihara entitled “Efficiency breakthrough for radical LEDs” Nature 563, 480-481 (2018).

[2] R.H. Friend*, J.L. Bredas*, F. Li* et al., “High stability and luminescence efficiency in donor-acceptor neutral radicals not following the Aufbau principle”, Nature Materials 18, 977-984 (2019).
Highlighed by Prof. Reineke entitled “Radically more stable”, Nature Materials 18, 917–918(2019).
Highlighed by Prof. T.M. Swager entitled ”When Aufbau Needs to Bow Down: Highly Photostable and Luminescent Dornor-Acceptor Organic Radicals”, Synfacts 15, 1131 (2019). (or send email to lifeng01@jlu.edu.cn to request PDF).
Highlighed by Prof. Benzhong Tang entitled “Non-Aufbau Principle to Achieve High Stability Organic Luminescence Radicals”, Chem. Res. Chinese Universities, 35, 743–744(2019).
Highlighed by Prof. Yuguang Ma entitled “Violating the Aufbau principle: an efficient way to improve the stability of luminescent radicals”, Sci. China Chem. 62, 1551–1552 (2019).

[3] R. H. Friend*, F. Li*, E. W. Evans*, et al., “Understanding the luminescent nature of organic radicals for efficient doublet emitters and pure-red light-emitting diodes”, Nature Materials, doi.org/10.1038/s41563-020-0705-9 (2020).

[4] F. Li* et al., A Stable Room-Temperature Luminescent Biphenylmethyl Radical, Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., 57, 2869-2873 (2018), hot paper.

[5] ZG Shuai*, F. Li* et al., Triplet-Polaron-Interaction-Induced Upconversion from Triplet to Singlet: a Possible Way to Obtain Highly Efficient OLEDs., Adv. Mater., 28, 4760-4746 (2016).

[6] F. Li* et al., Organic Light-Emitting Diodes Using a Neutral pi Radical as Emitter: The Emission from a Doublet., Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., 54, 7091-7095 (2015), inside cover and hot paper.

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