College of Chemistry ,BEIJING NORMAL UNIVERSITY
     
 
    The current position: Theoretical and Physical Chemistry
Yan Wan

Published Date: 2017-09-10

Yan Wan

Yan WanEnglish

 

Professor and Supervisor for Ph.D. candidates, Ph.D. (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Postdoctor (Michigan State University, University of Notre Dame and Purdue University)

Postal address: College of Chemistry, Beijing Normal University, Xinjiekouwaidajie 19, Beijing, 100875, China

E-mail:wanyan@bnu.edu.cn

 

Education

    2004-2010 Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing

    Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry

    Advisor: Prof. Andong Xia

    2000-2004 Tsinghua University, Beijing

    Bachelor in Chemistry

Employment

    2010- 2011 Research Associate, Michigan State University

    Advisor: Prof. Marcos Dantus

    2011-2014 Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Notre Dame

    Advisor: Prof. Libai Huang

    2014- 2017 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Purdue University

    Advisor: Prof. Libai Huang

    2017- Present Professor, Department of Chemistry, Beijing Normal University

Research Interests

Physical chemistry. Ultrafast spectroscopy and ultrafast Microscopy.

Representative papers

  1. Tong Zhu#, Yan Wan#, Libai Huang*, “Direct Imaging of Frenkel Exciton Transport by Ultrafast Microscopy”, Acc. Chem. Res., 2017, 50, 1725–1733.
  2. Yan Wan#, Anna Stradomska#, Jasper Knoester*, Libai Huang*, “Direct Imaging of Exciton Transport in Tubular Porphyrin Aggregates by Ultrafast Microscopy”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2017, 139, 7287−7293.
  3. Zhi Guo, Yan Wan, Mengjin Yang, Jordan Snaider, Kai Zhu, Libai Huang*, “Long-Range Hot Carrier Transport in Hybrid Perovskites Visualized by Ultrafast Microscopy”, Science, 2017, 356, 59-62.
  4. Tong Zhu#, Yan Wan#, Zhi Guo, Justin Johnson, Libai Huang*, “Two Birds with One Stone: Tailoring Singlet Fission for Both Triplet Yield and Exciton Diffusion Length”, Advanced Materials, 2016, 28, 7539-7547.
  5. Yan Wan, Zhi Guo, Tong Zhu, Suxia Yan, Justin Johnson, Libai Huang*, “Cooperative singlet and triplet exciton transport in tetracene crystals visualized by ultrafast microscopy”, Nature Chemistry, 2015, 7, 785–792.
  6. Zhi Guo, Joseph S Manser, Yan Wan, Prashant V Kamat, Libai Huang*, “Spatial and temporal imaging of long-range charge transport in perovskite thin films by ultrafast microscopy”, Nature communications, 2015, 6: 7471.
  7. Yan Wan#, Anna Stradomska#, Sarah Fong, Zhi Guo, Richard D Schaller, Gary P Wiederrecht, Jasper Knoester*, Libai Huang*, “Exciton Level Structure and Dynamics in Tubular Porphyrin Aggregates”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2014, 118 (43), 24854-24865.
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