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Xiaojun Guo
 

 

Xiaojun Guo, Professor
SEIEE Buildings 1-202A& 206(Lab)
Shanghai JiaoTong University
800 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200240, China
Tel: +86 21 34207430 (Lab)
Email:x.guo@sjtu.edu.cn
Biography
     Dr. Xiaojun Guo received his first degree in electronic engineering from Jilin University, Changchun China, in 2002, and the Ph.D. degree in electronic engineering from University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, in 2007. His PhD research was on studying system-on-panel integrationfor displays with poly-Si thin-film transistors.From 2007 to 2008, he was at University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, as a Research Fellow, where he worked on organic thin-film transistors and circuits. In 2008, he joined Plastic Logic Ltd., Cambridge, UK, where he was involved in research and development of printed polymer transistor backplanes for flexible displays, and technology transfer from the lab to the factory.He is currently Professor with Department of Electronic Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China, and is also affiliated with National Engineering Lab for TFT-LCD Materials and Technologies.His current research interests are printable thin-film transistors and circuits based on soluble functional materials, flexible displays and integrated electronics for plastic displays and systems.
    Dr. Guo has authored or co-authored more than50 technical papers in internationaljournals and conferenceproceedings. He is AdCom Member and Organic Electronics Committee Member of IEEE Electron Device Society, Technology Committee Member of China National Innovation Association of Printed Electronics. He serves the Program Committeeof the International Thin-Film Transistor Conference(2012/2013).
Honors
  1. EPSON Young Researcher Award (ICFPE Committee) 2012
  2. ORS Scholarship Research Scholarship (UK) 2003-2006
Research Areas
  1. Thin-film transistors and circuits for large-area electronics
  2. Low power, flexible displays (e-paper and AMOLEDs)
  3. Flexible and printed electronics.
Center for Optoelectronic Materials and Devices (COMD):http://comd.sjtu.edu.cn/english/

Lab for Printed Electronics & Flex Integration (PEFI):http://pefi.sjtu.edu.cn/en/
Selected Publications
  1. L. Feng, W. Tang, X. Xu, Q. Cui and X. Guo*, “Ultra-Low Voltage Solution Processed Organic Transistors with a Small Gate Dielectric Capacitance”, IEEE Electron Dev. Letters (in press).
  2. X. Xu, Q. Cui, Y. Jin and X. Guo*, “Low-voltage zinc oxide thin-film transistors with solution-processed channeland dielectric layers below 150 ?C”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 101, 222114 (2012); doi: 10.1063/1.4769091
  3. X. Xu, L. Feng, S. He, Y. Jin and X. Guo*, “Solution-Processed Zinc Oxide Thin-Film Transistors With a Low-Temperature Polymer Passivation Layer”, IEEE Electron Dev. Letters, vol. 33, pp. 1420-1422, Sep, 2012.
  4. L. Feng, X. Xu and X. Guo*, “Structure-Dependent Contact Barrier Effects in Bottom-Contact Organic Thin-Film Transistors”, IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, 59(12), 2012.
  5. L. Feng, X. Xu and X. Guo*, “Comparative analysis of organic thin film transistor structures for flexible e-paper and AMOLED displays”,ECS Tran., Vol. 37, pp.105-112, 2011.
  6. X. Guo, R. Sporea, J. M. Shannon, and S. R. P. Silva, “Down-scaling of thin-film transistors: opportunities and design challenges”, ECS Transactions, 22 (1), pp. 227, 2009.
  7. X. Guo and J. Shannon, “Current-mode logic in organic semiconductor based on source-gated transistors,” IEEE Electron Device Letters, 30, pp.365,?April 2009.
  8. X. Guo, S.R.P. Silva and T. Ishii, “Current percolation in ultrathin channel nanocrystalline silicon transistors”,Applied Physics Letters, 93, 042105, 2008.
  9. X. Guo, T. Ishii, and S. R. P. Silva, “Improving switching performance of thin-film transistors in disordered silicon”, IEEE Electron Device Letters, 29, pp.558, June 2008.
  10. X. Guo and S.R.P. Silva, “High-performance transistors by design”, Science, 320, pp.618, 2008.
  11. X. Guo, and S. R. P. Silva, “A simple and effective approach to improve the output linearity of switched-current AMOLED pixel circuitry”, IEEE Electron Device Letters, 28, pp.887, Oct., 2007.
  12. X. Guo, S. R. P. Silva, “Investigation on the current non-uniformity in current-mode thin-film transistor active-matrix display pixel circuitry”, IEEE Tran. Electron Devices, 52, pp.2379, Nov. 2005.
Courses
  1. Undergraduate: “Flat Panel Display Technologies,”Autumn 2012

 

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