2018 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For pathbreaking contributions to the development of quantummechanical manybody methods as well as modeling and simulation of large electronic systems such as those with nanosurfaces, promoting their applications in the fields of environment, energy, biology and medicine
His main research concerns Silicon, Nanotechnology, Nanowire, Band gap and Optoelectronics. His work carried out in the field of Silicon brings together such families of science as Crystallography, Chemical physics, Carbon nanotube and Nanomaterials. His Chemical physics research includes elements of Diamond and Molecular dynamics.
His study looks at the intersection of Nanotechnology and topics like Nucleation with Oxide and Cluster. His Nanowire study incorporates themes from Etching and Wafer. His Band gap study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Molecular physics, Density functional theory, Semiconductor and Electronic band structure.
His primary areas of study are Density functional theory, Chemical physics, Nanotechnology, Silicon and Band gap. His Density functional theory research includes themes of Crystallography, Molecular physics, Electronic structure, Condensed matter physics and Atomic physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, Molecular orbital, Adsorption, Computational chemistry and Graphene in addition to Chemical physics.
His Nanotechnology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Photocatalysis and Graphitic carbon nitride. His Silicon research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrogen, Diamond and Nucleation. His studies deal with areas such as Doping, Electronic band structure and Electronic properties as well as Band gap.
His primary areas of investigation include Density functional theory, Band gap, Carbon nitride, Electron and Water splitting. His Density functional theory research incorporates elements of Photocatalysis, Exciton, Adsorption, Quantum dot and Substrate. The various areas that Rui-Qin Zhang examines in his Band gap study include Doping, Electronic structure, Heterojunction and Photocatalytic water splitting.
Rui-Qin Zhang works mostly in the field of Electron, limiting it down to topics relating to Chemical physics and, in certain cases, Graphene, as a part of the same area of interest. His study in Water splitting is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nanotechnology, Graphitic carbon nitride, Photochemistry, Reactivity and Redox. Borrowing concepts from Performance enhancement, he weaves in ideas under Nanotechnology.
His main research concerns Photocurrent, Photocatalysis, Water splitting, Graphitic carbon nitride and Density functional theory. Rui-Qin Zhang interconnects Passivation, Photoelectrochemical cell, Nanorod, Titanium dioxide and Band gap in the investigation of issues within Photocurrent. Rui-Qin Zhang combines subjects such as Heterojunction, Doping, Semiconductor and Photocatalytic water splitting with his study of Band gap.
He has included themes like Nanosheet, Nanotechnology, Nanodot, Graphene quantum dot and Stacking in his Photocatalysis study. Within one scientific family, Rui-Qin Zhang focuses on topics pertaining to Photochemistry under Water splitting, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Heptazine and Hydrogen. His studies in Density functional theory integrate themes in fields like Quantum dot, Exciton, Photoluminescence and Graphene.
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Oxide-Assisted Growth of Semiconducting Nanowires†
Rui-Qin Zhang;Yeshayahu Lifshitz;Shuit-Tong Lee.
Advanced Materials (2003)
Growth of nanowires
N. Wang;Y. Cai;R.Q. Zhang.
Materials Science & Engineering R-reports (2008)
Preparation of Large-Area Uniform Silicon Nanowires Arrays through Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching
† Ming-Liang Zhang;‡ Kui-Qing Peng;Xia Fan;‡ Jian-Sheng Jie.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2008)
Motility of metal nanoparticles in silicon and induced anisotropic silicon etching
Kuiqing Peng;Kuiqing Peng;Aijiang Lu;Ruiqin Zhang;Shuit Tong Lee.
Advanced Functional Materials (2008)
A Strategy of Enhancing the Photoactivity of g-C3N4 via Doping of Nonmetal Elements: A First-Principles Study
Xinguo Ma;Yanhui Lv;Jing Xu;Yanfang Liu.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2012)
Ordered silicon nanowire arrays via nanosphere lithography and metal-induced etching
Kuiqing Peng;Mingliang Zhang;Aijiang Lu;Ning-Bew Wong.
Applied Physics Letters (2007)
Strain energy and electronic structures of silicon carbide nanotubes: Density functional calculations
Mingwen Zhao;Yueyuan Xia;Feng Li;R. Q. Zhang.
Physical Review B (2005)
Silicon nanotubes: Why not?
R.Q Zhang;S.T Lee;Chi-Kin Law;Wai-Kee Li.
Chemical Physics Letters (2002)
The mechanism of diamond nucleation from energetic species.
Y. Lifshitz;Th. Köhler;Th. Frauenheim;I. Guzmann.
Theoretical prediction on aluminum nitride nanotubes
Dongju Zhang;R.Q. Zhang.
Chemical Physics Letters (2003)
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