Dou Fei

Personal profile

NameFei Dou

GenderFemale

DegreesDoctor of Philosophy

TitleAssociate Professor

E-maildoufei@bjut.edu.cn

Current Professional Societies

Chinese Optical Society

Research Areas

  1. Organic semiconductor physics;

  2. Steady-state- and ultrafast- spectroscopy;

  3. Functional materials;

  4. Amplification of ultrafast laser

Honors

  1. The International Postdoctoral Exchange Fellowship Program/ China Scholarship Council (CSC)/China 2014

  2. The Royal Society K. C. Wong Postdoc Fellow/The Royal Society/UK 2013

  3. Graduated PhD student with honours/BJUT/China 2013

  4. Joint-PhD Student Scholarship/CSC/China 2011

  5. Merit Scholarship Program for Foreign Student Short-Term Research/Fonds de recherche du Québec FQRNT/Canada 2010

Publications

  1. F. Dou, J. W. Li, H. J. Men, X. P. Zhang*, Controlling molecule aggregation and electronic spatial coherence in the H-aggregate and J-aggregate regime at room temperature,polymers12:1 (2020).

  2. F. Dou, C. Small, F. Provencher, J. Ferreira, X. H, Wang, E. Rezasoltani, H. M. Liu, X. P. Zhang*. Particle plasmon induced charge trapping at heterointerfaces in PCDTBT:PC70BM blends.J. Polym. Sci Part B: Polym. Phys.55: 940 (2017).

  3. F. Dou, E. Buchaca-Domingo, M. Sakowicz, E. Rezasoltani, T. McCarthy-Ward, M. Heeney, X. P. Zhang, N. Stingeling, C. Silva*. The effect of phase morphology on thenature of long-lived charges in semiconductor polymer:fullerene systems.J. Mater. Chem. C,3: 3722 (2015).

  4. X. P. Zhang*,F. Douand H. M. Liu. Charge-transfer complex coupled between polymers and H-aggregate molecular crystals,J. Polym. Sci Part B: Polym. Phys.51: 749 (2013).

  5. F. Dou, C. Silva, X. P. Zhang*. Charge percolation pathways in polymer blend photovoltaic diodes with sub-mesoscopic two-phase microstructures,Chem. Phys. Lett.572: 44 (2013).

Personal Statement

Fei Dou is Associate Professor, Master Student Supervisor in Optics (academic degree) and Optical Engineering (professional degree), Department of Applied Sciences, Beijing University of Technology (BJUT). She received her Ph.D. degree in Physics by working with Prof. Xingping Zhang at BJUT, China in 2013. She visited Professor Carlos Silva's research group in University of Montreal supported by Fonds de recherche du Québec in 2011. She was also a join-PhD student supervised by Professor Carlos Silva funded by China Scholarship Council in 2012. She went to Imperial College London to pursue postdoctoral research with Professor Natalie Stingelin supported by Royal Society K. C. Wong Fellowship and International Postdoc Exchange Program In 2014. She joined BJUT in 2016.