He Wang

Asst. Professor

Locator Code:
0530

 
About

I received my PhD from Princeton University in 2013 and then went to UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab as a postdoctoral fellow. My research interests focus on investigating device physics and photophysics of organic and organic-inorganic hybrid optoelectronic materials. I utilize ultrafast laser spectroscopy to understand excited state dynamics and synchrotron based X-ray techniques to characterize materials structure. Combining with the study on device physics, I seek to better understand basic physics, chemistry, and potential application of next-generation solar cells, light-emitting diodes, transistors, and lasers.

Career

Education

2016Post Doctoral University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
2013Ph.D. Electrical Engineering Princeton University
2008B.S. Materials Science and Engineering Tsinghua University
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: investigating device physics and photophysics of organic and organic-inorganic hybrid optoelectronic materials