Dr. Wang received her Ph.D. in Physics from Syracuse University in 2008, and completed her post-doctoral studies at the University of Arizona. Her research interests involve heterojunction solar cells, organic/inorganic heterojunctions and its applications in optoelectronic devices, and CdTe thin film solar cells.
- Ph. D., Syracuse University
- B.S., Nankai University
Grants and Awards
- Seton Hall University Faculty of the Year Award (College of Art and Sciences) (2016)
- Single-Investigator Cottrell College Science Award from Research Corporation for Science Advancement, “Work function dependence of barrier height at CdTe/conducting polymer junction with tunable polymer work function”, $45,000.00 (PI) (2014-2017)
- SHU University Research Council Grant, “Studies on Work Function Dependence of Open-circuit Voltage of Organic/inorganic Solar Cells”, $6,000.00 (PI) (2011)