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Siyuan Zhang

Dr. Zhang is a Research Associate working at the Nanoelectronics Group in the Engineering Physics Division of the Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML) at NIST. Her research experience includes surface modification and characterization for organic semiconductor and 2D materials, device fabrication for organic semiconductors and 2D material-based electronics, conjugated polymers, small molecules and 2D materials synthesis, etc. She has extensive cleanroom device fabrication experience and various materials characterization skills. Her current research projects involve examining the effects of doping and interface modification of two-dimensional materials, device fabrication and characterization of nanoelectronics.

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Selected Publications

  1. S. Zhang, J. Zhang, M. Abdelsamie, Q. Shi, Y. Zhang, T.C. Parker, E.V. Jucov, T.V. Timofeeva, A. Amassian, G.C. Bazan, S.B. Blakey, S. Barlow, S.R. Marder, Intermediate-Sized Conjugated Donor Molecules for Organic Solar Cells: Comparison of Benzodithiophene and Benzobisthiazole-Based Cores, Chemistry of Materials 29(18) (2017) 7880-7887.
  2. M.-Y. Tsai,* S. Zhang,* P.M. Campbell, R.R. Dasari, X. Ba, A. Tarasov, S. Graham, S. Barlow, S.R. Marder, E.M. Vogel, Solution-Processed Doping of Trilayer WSe2 with Redox-Active Molecules, Chemistry of Materials 29(17) (2017) 7296-7304. (*equal first author)
  3. S. Zhang, B.D. Naab, E.V. Jucov, S. Parkin, E.G.B. Evans, G.L. Millhauser, T.V. Timofeeva, C. Risko, J.-L. Brédas, Z. Bao, S. Barlow, S.R. Marder, n-Dopants Based on Dimers of Benzimidazoline Radicals: Structures and Mechanism of Redox Reactions, Chemistry – A European Journal 21(30) (2015) 10878-10885.
  4. A. Tarasov,* S. Zhang,* M.-Y. Tsai, P.M. Campbell, S. Graham, S. Barlow, S.R. Marder, E.M. Vogel, Controlled Doping of Large-Area Trilayer MoS2 with Molecular Reductants and Oxidants, Advanced Materials 27(7) (2015) 1175-1181. (*equal first author)
  5. B.D. Naab,* S. Zhang,* K. Vandewal, A. Salleo, S. Barlow, S.R. Marder, Z. Bao, Effective Solution- and Vacuum-Processed n-Doping by Dimers of Benzimidazoline Radicals, Advanced Materials 26(25) (2014) 4268-4272. (*equal first author)


Efficient hybrid mixed-ion perovskite photovoltaics: in situ diagnostics of the roles of cesium and potassium alkali cation addition

Ming Chun Tang, Yuanyuan Fan, Dounya Barrit, Ruipeng Li, Hoang X. Dang, Siyuan Zhang, Timothy J. Magnanelli, Nhan V. Nguyen, Edwin J. Heilweil, Christina A. Hacker, Detlet-M Smilgies, Kui Zhao, Aram Amassian, Thomas D. Anthopoulos
Perovskite photovoltaics have made extraordinary progress in efficiency and stability in the past few years owing to process and formulation developments like

Quantum Capacitance-Limited MoS2 Biosensors Enable Remote Label-Free Enzyme Measurements

Son T. Le, Nicholas B. Guros, Robert C. Bruce, Antonio Cardone, Niranjana D. Amin, Siyuan Zhang, Jeffery B. Klauda, Harish C. Pant, Curt A. Richter, Arvind K. Balijepalli
We have demonstrated atomically thin, quantum capacitance-limited, field-effect transistors (FETs) that enable the detection of pH changes with 75-fold higher
Created September 20, 2019