Na Liu

Cheng Zhu

Na Liu received her master degree from School of Chemical and Environment Engineering, BIT. And she is a Ph.D. candidate in School of Materials Science & Engineering, BIT from 9/2017. Her research interests focus on the exploration of low dimensional perovskite materials and applications.

Cheng Zhu is a Ph.D. candidate in School of Materials Science & Engineering, BIT from 9/2017. He is devoted to exploring the relationship between crystal microstructure and electronic structure in high-efficiency perovskite solar cell.

Changli Chen 

Sai Ma

Changli Chen received her bachelor degree in 2015 from College of Chemistry & Molecular  Engineering, Qiaodao University of Science and Technoloy. And then received her master degree in 2018 from Department of chemistry, Capital Normal University. And She is a Ph.D. candidate in  School of Materials Science & Engineering, BIT from 9/2018. Her research interest is electrocatalysis.

Sai Ma received his BS degree from Taiyuan University of Technology in 2016 and he is a Ph.D. candidate of School of Materials Science & Engineering, BIT from 9/2018. His research interests are focused on the degradation mechanism and the long-term stability of the perovskite solar cells.

Yizhou Zhao

Xiuxiu Niu

Yizhou Zhao received his master degree in College of Science from China University of Petroleum-Beijing in 2017. And he is a Ph.D. candidate of School of Materials Science & Engineering, BIT from 9/2018. His research interests focus on the chemical preparation of metal and inorganic nonmetallic nanomaterials / structures.

Xiuxiu Niu received her BS degree in 2017 from School of Materials Science & Technology, China University of Geosciences Beijing. And she is a Ph.D. candidate of  School of Materials Science & Technology, BIT from 9/2019. Her current research interests are developing high‐efficiency and stable large scale perovskite solar cells.

Huawei Wang

Ning Yang

Huawei Wang obtained his master degree in 2018 from China University of Petroleum in Beijing. And He is a Ph.D. candidate of  School of Materials Science & Technology, BIT from 9/2019. His current research interest lies in the development of electrocatalysts for ORR in proton exchange membrane fuel cells.

Ning Yang received her BS degree in 2017 from School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Xinyang Normal University. And she is a Ph.D. candidate of  School of Materials Science & Technology, BIT from 9/2019. She takes an interest in the exploration of the organic hole transport layer material synthesis for Perovskite solar cells.

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