XianKai Chen

Research Scientists & Postdocs

XianKai Chen earned his Ph.D. d at Jilin University in 2015 and his major was theoretical chemistry. During Sep. 2012 ~ Mar. 2014, XianKai joined the Bredas group at Georgia Institute of Technology and mainly focused on the polaron models related to the electron-transfer problem. After XianKai obtained his Ph.D. degree, he performed the postdoc research in the Bredas group in King Abdullah University of Science and Technology and mainly focused on the non-radiative recombination loss in organic solar cells and molecular design of thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitters.

Research Interests

  1. Optical and electronic processes in organic and organic-inorganic hybrid materials
  2. Density functional theory (DFT) and time-dependent DFT

Publication List

Xian-Kai Chen, Tonghui Wang, and Jean-Luc Brédas

Suppressing Energy Loss due to Triplet Exciton Formation in Organic Solar Cells: The Role of Chemical Structures and Molecular Packing

Advanced Energy Materials, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201602713

 

Xian-Kai Chen, Mahesh Kumar Ravva, Hong Li, Sean M. Ryno, and Jean-Luc Brédas

Effect of molecular packing and charge delocalization on the non-radiative    recombination of charge-transfer states in organic solar cells

Advanced Energy Materials, 2016, 6, 1601325

 

Sean M. Ryno, Mahesh Kumar Ravva, Xian-Kai Chen, Haoyuan Li, and Jean-Luc Brédas

Molecular Understanding of Fullerene – Electron Donor Interactions in Organic Solar Cells

Advanced Energy Materials, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201601370

           

Xian-Kai Chen, Shou-Feng Zhang, Jian-Xun Fan, Ai-Min Ren

Nature of highly efficient thermally activated delayed fluorescence in OLED emitters: non-adiabatic effect between excited states

J. Phys. Chem. C 2015, 119, 9728