Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering
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Qu Songnan 曲松楠
Professor, Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering
Eng.D., Materials Physics and Chemistry, Institute of Materials Science and Engineering, Jilin University, China, 2009.
B.S., Materials Physics, Institute of Materials Science and Engineering, Jilin University, China, 2004.
Chemical synthesis of CDs Biological fluorescence imaging Luminescent devices and laser
Green Energy for Global Society (GEGA 1006)
X. Bao, S. Qu*, et. al., “In vivo theranostics with near-infrared-emitting carbon dots-highly efficient photothermal therapy based on passive targeting after intravenous administration,” Light: Sci. Appl., 7:91, 2018.
Z. Tian, S. Qu*, et. al., “Multilevel Data Encryption Using Thermal-Treatment Controlled Room Temperature Phosphorescence of Carbon Dot/Polyvinylalcohol Composites”, Adv. Sci., 1800795, 2018.
Z. Zhou, S. Qu*, et. al., “Hydrogen Peroxide-Treated Carbon Dot Phosphor with a Bathochromic-Shifted, Aggregation-Enhanced Emission for Light-Emitting Devices and Visible Light Communication” Adv. Sci., 1800369, 2018.
D. Li, S. Qu*, et. al., “Near-Infrared Excitation/Emission and Multi-Photon-Induced Fluorescence of Carbon Dots” Adv. Mater., 30, 1705913, 2018.
D. Zhou, S. Qu*, et. al., “Carbon Dots Produced via Space-Confined Vacuum Heating: Keeping Efficient Luminescence in Both Dispersed and Aggregated State”, Nanoscale Horizons, DOI: 10.1039/C8NH00247A, 2018.