Xuyong Yang

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lasers, [ 9–11 ] biomedical imaging, [ 12,13 ] and sensors. [ 14,15 ] Currently, CdSe NCs as the workhorse have been well developed for such uses. [ 16–32 ] Despite their apparent advantages (high emission quantum yields, narrow emission line width, good photostability, etc. [ 33–37 ] ), the intrinsic toxicity of CdSe NCs makes them environmentally(More)
We report a hybrid, quantum dot (QD)-based, organic light-emitting diode architecture using a noninverted structure with the QDs sandwiched between hole transporting layers (HTLs) outperforming the reference device structure implemented in conventional noninverted architecture by over five folds and suppressing the blue emission that is otherwise observed(More)
Flexible information displays are key elements in future optoelectronic devices. Quantum dot light-emitting diodes (QLEDs) with advantages in color quality, stability, and cost-effectiveness are emerging as a candidate for single-material, full color light sources. Despite the recent advances in QLED technology, making high-performance flexible QLEDs still(More)
Visual-textual presentation layout (e.g., digital magazine cover, poster, Power Point slides, and any other rich media), which combines beautiful image and overlaid readable texts, can result in an eye candy touch to attract users’ attention. The designing of visual-textual presentation layout is therefore becoming ubiquitous in both commercially(More)
An efficient and stable quantum dot light-emitting diode (QLED) with double-sided metal oxide (MO) nanoparticle (NP) charge transport layers is fabricated by utilizing the solution-processed tungsten oxide (WO3) and zinc oxide (ZnO) NPs as the hole and electron transport layers, respectively. Except for the electrodes, all other layers are deposited by a(More)
A highly efficient and stable QLED using an inorganic WO3 nanoparticle film as a hole injection layer is demonstrated.The resulting WO3 nanoparticle-based QLEDs also exhibit superior performance compared to that of the present PEDOT:PSS-based QLEDs. The results indicate that WO3 nanoparticles are promising solution-processed buffer layer materials and serve(More)
We demonstrate two-color nanoemitters that enable the selection of the dominant emitting wavelength by varying the polarization of excitation light. The nanoemitters were fabricated via surface plasmon-triggered two-photon polymerization. By using two polymerizable solutions with different quantum dots, emitters of different colors can be positioned(More)
In this paper, a colorand brightness-tunable organic light-emitting diode (OLED) is reported. This OLED was realized by inserting a charge generation layer into an electron only device to form an n-i-p-i-n structure. It is shown that, by changing the polarity of applied voltage, only the p-i-n junction operated under positive bias can emit light and, by(More)
higher photon absorption cross-section, [ 4 ] stronger electric dipoles, [ 5 , 6 ] and effi cient one-dimensional electrical transport, [ 7 ] which are related to their anisotropic shape. Over the past few years, a fi ne control over single-component semiconductor nanorods has been achieved by colloidal chemistry routes. [ 8–18 ] However, the growth of(More)