Electron properties of DNA molecular systems and organic nanomaterials –Associate Prof. Ding Guo-Hui, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Project:  Properties calculations of nano-materials including DNA and graphene nanostructures
Abstract:  For the past decades, nanomaterials have attracted a great deal of theoretical and experimental investigations. It is expected that DNA and graphene, two kinds of novel materials, will be widely used in the field of physics, chemistry, biology or medicine due to their unique electronic and mechanical properties. However, many things remain unknown about these properties, which are worth our efforts to further explore. Within this project, our group will apply the many particle Green’s function method and tight-binding approach to calculate the carrier transport and optical properties of organic molecular systems, such as DNA and graphene nanostructures. We believe the results of our project will provide new possibilities for employing this kind of materials in future science and technology applications.
Research team: 
  1. Lead PI: Lei Xiao-Lin, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  2. Ding Guo-Hui, Associate Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  3. Dong Bing, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  4. Liu Shi-Yong, Associate Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  5. Zhu Wen-Huan, PHD Student, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  6. Li Ying-Ke, PHD Student, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  7. Zhang Yan, Graduate Student, Department of Physics and Astronomy

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