余睽 教授




联系方式


邮箱:kuiyu@scu.edu.cn

地址:四川大学望江校区西五教

 

个人简历


Kui Yu(余睽)

教育部特聘教授;四川省创新领军人才。现任四川大学特聘教授,博士生导师,美国化学学会ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces杂志执行主编及美国化学学会中国西南地区首席代表。2014年前,主持或共同主持21项加拿大国家级科研项目,兼任加拿大ISO TC229和IEC TC113纳米技术咨询委员会专家委员。2014年起,作为海外高层次人才引进到四川大学全职任教,回国后主持“十三五”国家重点研发计划“材料基因工程关键技术与支撑平台”重点专项“基于材料基因工程的组织诱导性骨和软骨修复材料研制”,和国家自然科学基金面上项目2项。

主要从事自组装的研究,和半导体量子点材料(colloidal semiconductor quantum dots)成核前的普适生长路径和反应机理的研究。发展了幻数纳米团簇的二步合成法(Yu),提出了普通量子点(quantum dots)成核前的二步演化路径(Yu),阐明了幻数纳米团簇(magic-size clusters)的基于自组装的形成路径与机理,以及其与普通量子点(quantum dots)的形成路径的关系。二步演化路径(Yu)可以在分子尺度上指导半导体量子点的设计和合成,为提高产率、降低成本、和发展量子点纳米材料合成的化学反应理论和制备技术提供了进一步的科学依据,为促进量子点纳米材料的应用提供了必要的可靠的实验和基础理论的支撑。研究工作发表在Nature Commun., Angew. Chem., Adv. Mater.等学术期刊。申请美国和世界发明专利6项,其中3项已获授权。

 

研究方向


1.纳米材料的设计、制备和表征;

2.功能材料与细胞的相互作用;

3.水凝胶的设计合成。

 

荣誉奖励


2019成都市“蓉漂计划”特聘专家;

2017成功申办2018第十三届中美华人纳米论坛;

2014教育部特聘教授;

2015四川省创新领军人才;

2019至今ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (IF 8.5)副主编

2015-2019 ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (IF 8.5)执行主编;

2013-2015 ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (IF 8.5)副主编。

 

科研项目


主持“十三五”国家重点研发计划“材料基因工程关键技术与支撑平台”重点专项“基于材料基因工程的组织诱导性骨和软骨修复材料研制”项目 (2016);

主持“国家自然科学基金”2项;

主持“吉林大学超分子结构与材料国家重点实验室开放课题”3项。

 

专利


1. Kui Yu et al魔尺寸纳米晶类物质的制备方法。中国和国际专利,2015申请.

2. Kui Yu and Jianying Ouyang “Colloidal Nano-Crystal Ensembles with Narrow Linewidth Band Gap Photoluminescence and Methods of Synthesizing the Same”。2014年国际专利。

3. Kui Yu, et al “System and Methods Using Quantum Dots as General Dosimeters”。2013年国际专利。

4. Kui Yu and John A. Ripmeester “Method of Synthesizing Colloidal Nanocrystals”。2007年国际专利。

5. Kui Yu, Badruz Zaman, Toya Nath Baral, Dennis Whitfield, and Jianbing Zhang, “Single-Domain Antibody Functionalized Quantum Dots for Celluar Imaging of Cancer Cells”。国际专利,2009年申请。

6. Kui Yu and Abedelnasser Abulrob, “Semiconductor Nanocrystals for Time-Domain Optical Imaging”。国际专利,2006年申请。

 

代表性论文



Sichuan University

25. Li, L.; Zhang, J.; Zhang, M.; Rowell, N.; Zhang, C.; Wang, S.; Lu, J.; Fan, H.; Huang, W.; Chen, X.; Yu, K. Fragmentation of Magic-Size Cluster Precursor Compounds into Ultrasmall CdS Quantum Dots with Enhanced Particle Yield at Low Temperatures. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2020, DOI: 10.1002/anie.202001608.

24. Palencia, C.; Yu, K.; Boldt, K. The Future of Colloidal Semiconductor Magic-Size Clusters. ACS Nano 202014, 1227–1235. (highlighted by front cover)

23. Chen, M.; Luan, C.; Zhang, M.; Rowell, N.; Willis, M.; Zhang, C.; Wang, S.; Zhu, X.; Fan, H.; Huang, W.; Yu, K.; Liang, B. Evolution of CdTe Magic-Size Clusters with Single Absorption Doublet Assisted by Adding Small Molecules During Prenucleation. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2020, 11, 2230–2240.

22. Liu, S.; Yu, Q.; Zhang, C.; Zhang, M.; Rowell, N.; Fan, H.; Huang, W.; Yu, K.; Liang, B. Transformation of ZnS Precursor Compounds to Magic-Size Clusters Exhibiting Optical Absorption Peaking at 269 nm. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2020, 11, 75–82.

21. Hao, X.; Chen, M.; Wang, L.; Cao, Z.; Li, Y.; Han, S.; Zhang, M.; Yu, K.; Zeng, J. In Situ SAXS Probing the Evolution of the Precursors and Onset of Nucleation of ZnSe Colloidal Semiconductor Quantum Dots. Chem. Commun. 2020, 56, 2031–2034.

20. Riehle, F. S.; Yu, K. Role of Alcohol in the Synthesis of CdS Quantum Dots. Chem. Mater. 2020, 32, 1430–1438.

19. Gao, D.; Hao, X.; Rowell, N.; Kreouzis, T.; Lockwood, D. J.; Han, S.; Fan, H.; Zhang, H.; Zhang, C.; Jiang, Y.; Zeng, J.; Zhang, M.; Yu, K. Formation of Colloidal Alloy Semiconductor CdTeSe Magic-Size Clusters at Room Temperature. Nat. Commun. 2019, 10, 1674. (Nat. Commun. Editors’ highlights)

18. Zhang, J.; Li, L.; Rowell, N.; Kreouzis, T.; Willis, M.; Fan, H.; Zhang, C.; Huang, W.; Zhang, M.; Yu, K. One-Step Approach to Single-Ensemble CdS Magic-Size Clusters with Enhanced Production Yields. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2019, 10, 2725–2732.

17. Li, L.; Zhang, M.; Rowell, N.; Kreouzis, T.; Fan, H.; Yu, Q.; Huang, W.; Chen, X.; Yu, K. Identifying Clusters and/or Small-Size Quantum Dots in Colloidal CdSe Ensembles with Optical Spectroscopy. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2019, 10, 6399–6408.

16. Liu, Y.; Rowell, N.; Willis, M.; Zhang, M.; Wang, S.; Fan, H.; Huang, W.; Chen, X.; Yu, K. Photoluminescent Colloidal Nanohelices Self-Assembled from CdSe Magic-Size Clusters via Nanoplatelets. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2019, 10, 2794–2801.

15. Luan, C.; Tang, J.; Rowell, N.; Zhang, M.; Huang, W.; Fan, H.; Yu, K. Four Types of CdTe Magic-Size Clusters from One Prenucleation Stage Sample at Room Temperature. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2019, 10, 4345–4353.

14. Tang, J.; Hui, J.; Zhang, M.; Fan, H.; Rowell, N.; Huang, W.; Jiang, Y.; Chen, X.; Yu, K. CdS Magic-Size Clusters Exhibiting One Sharp Ultraviolet Absorption Singlet Peaking at 361 nm. Nano Res. 2019, 12, 1437–1444.

13. Guo, X.; Gong, Q.; Borowiec, J.; Zhang, S.; Han, S.; Zhang, M.; Willis, M.; Kreouzis, T.; Yu, K. Energetics of Nonradiative Surface Trap States in Nanoparticles Monitored by Time-of-Flight Photoconduction Measurements on Nanoparticle-Polymer Blends. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2019, 11, 37184–37192.

12. Zhang, B.; Zhu, T.; Ou, M.; Rowell, N.; Fan, H.; Han, J.; Tan, L.; Dove, M. T.; Ren, Y.; Zuo, X.; Han, S.; Zeng, J.; Yu, K. Thermally-Induced Reversible Structural Isomerization in Colloidal Semiconductor CdS Magic-Size Clusters. Nat. Commun. 2018, 9, 2499. (Special highlight物理化学学报    同分异构的胶体硫化镉半导体幻数团簇的可逆转化)

Liu, Z. Reversible Structural Isomerization Identified in Semiconductor CdS Magic-Size Clusters. Acta Phys. - Chim. Sin. 2018, DOI: 10.3866/PKU.WHXB201807016.)

11. Wang, L.; Hui, J.; Tang, J.; Rowell, N.; Zhang, B.; Zhu, T.; Zhang, M.; Hao, X.; Fan, H.; Zeng, J.; Han, S.; Yu, K. Precursor Self-Assembly Identified as a General Pathway for Colloidal Semiconductor Magic-Size Clusters. Adv. Sci. 2018, 5, 1800632.

10. Zhang, J.; Hao, X.; Rowell, N.; Kreouzis, T.; Han, S.; Fan, H.; Zhang, C.; Hu, C.; Zhang, M.; Yu, K. Individual Pathways in the Formation of Magic-Size Clusters and Conventional Quantum Dots. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2018, 9, 3660–3666.

9.  Zhu, D.; Hui, J.; Rowell, N.; Liu, Y.; Chen, Q. Y.; Steegemans, T.; Fan, H.; Zhang, M.; Yu, K. Interpreting the Ultraviolet Absorption in the Spectrum of 415 nm-Bandgap CdSe Magic-Size ClustersJ. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2018, 9, 2818–2824.

8.  Liu, Y.; Willis, M.; Rowell, N.; Luo, W.; Fan, H.; Han, S.; Yu, K. Effect of Small Molecule Additives in the Prenucleation Stage of Semiconductor CdSe Quantum Dots. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2018, 9, 6356–6363.

7.  Liu, Y.; Zhang, B.; Fan, H. S.; Rowell, N.; Willis, M.; Zheng, X. T.; Che, R. C.; Han, S.; Yu, K. Colloidal CdSe 0-Dimension Nanocrystals and Their Self-Assembled 2-Dimension Structures. Chem. Mater. 2018, 30, 1575–1584.

6.  Luan, C.; Gokcinar, O. O.; Rowell, N.; Kreouzis, T.; Han, S.; Zhang, M.; Fan, H.; Yu, K. Evolution of Two Types of CdTe Magic-Size Clusters from a Single Induction Period Sample. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2018, 9, 5288–5295.

5.  Liu, M.; Wang, K.; Wang, L.; Han, S.; Fan, H.; Rowell, N.; Ripmeester, J. A.; Renoud, R.; Bian, F.; Zeng, J.; Yu, K. Probing Intermediates of the Induction Period Prior to Nucleation and Growth of Semiconductor Quantum Dots. Nat. Commun. 2017, 8, 15467.

4.  Zhu, T.; Zhang, B.; Zhang, J.; Lu, J.; Fan, H.; Rowell, N.; Ripmeester, J. A.; Han, S.; Yu, K. Two-Step Nucleation of CdS Magic-Size Nanocluster MSC-311Chem. Mater. 2017, 29, 5727–5735.

3.  Zhang, J.; Yang, Q.; Cao, H.; Ratcliffe, C. I.; Kingston, D.; Chen, Q. Y.; Ouyang, J.; Wu, X.; Leek, D. M.; Riehle, F. S.; Yu, K. Bright Gradient-Alloyed CdSexS1–x Quantum Dots Exhibiting Cyan-Blue Emission. Chem. Mater. 2016, 28, 618–625.

2.  Yu, K.; Liu, X.; Qi, T.; Yang, H.; Whitfield, D. M.; Q, Y. C.; Huisman, E. J.; Hu, C. General Low-Temperature Reaction Pathway from Precursors to Monomers Before Nucleation of Compound Semiconductor Nanocrystals. Nat. Commun. 2016, 7, 12223.

1.  Yu, K.; Liu, X. Y.; Chen, Q. Y.; Yang, H. Q.; Yang, M. L.; Wang, X. Q.; Wang, X.; Cao, H.; Whitfield, D. M.; Hu, C. W.; Tao, Y. Mechanistic Study of the Role of Primary Amines in Precursor Conversions to Semiconductor Nanocrystals at Low Temperature. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, 6898–6904. 


National Research Council (NRC) (Canada)

26. Yu, K.; Liu, X.; Zeng, Q.; Yang, M.; Ouyang, J.; Wang, X.; Tao, Y. The Formation Mechanism of Binary Semiconductor Nanomaterials: Shared by Single-Source and Dual-Source Precursor Approaches. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed201352, 11034–11039.

25. Yu, K.; Liu, X.; Zeng, Q.; Leek, D. M.; Ouyang, J.; Whitmore, K. M.; Ripmeester, J. A.; Tao, Y.; Yang, M. Effect of Tertiary and Secondary Phosphines on Low-Temperature Formation of Quantum Dots. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2013, 52, 4823–4828. 

24. Yu, K.; Ng, P.; Ouyang, J.; Zaman, M. B.; Abulrob, A.; Baral, T. N.; Fatehi, D.; Jakubek, Z. J.; Kingston, D.; Wu, X.; Liu, X.; Hebert, C.; Leek, D. M.; Whitfield, D. M. Low-Temperature Approach to Highly Emissive Copper Indium Sulfide Colloidal Nanocrystals and Their Bioimaging Applications. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2013, 5, 2870–2880. 

23. Yu, K. CdSe Magic-Sized Nuclei, Magic-Sized Nanoclusters and Regular Nanocrystals: Monomer Effects on Nucleation and Growth. Adv. Mater. 2012, 24, 1123–1132. 

22. Yu, K.; Hrdina, A.; Ouyang, J.; Kingston, D.; Wu, X.; Leek, D. M.; Liu, X.; Li, C. Bright Ultraviolet ZnSe1-xSx Gradiently-Alloyed Nanocrystals via a Noninjection Approach. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 20124, 4302–4311.

21. Yu, K.; Hrdina, A.; Zhang, X.; Ouyang, J.; Leek, D. M.; Wu, X.; Gong, M.; Wilkinson, D.; Li, C. Highly-Photoluminescent ZnSe Nanocrystals via Non-Injection-Based Approach with Precursor Reactivity Elevated by Secondary Phosphine. Chem. Commun201147, 8811–8813.

20. Yu, K.; Ouyang, J.; Leek, D. M. In-Situ Observation of Nucleation and Growth of PbSe Magic-Sized Nanoclusters and Regular Nanocrystals. Small 2011, 7, 2250–22262. 

19. Yu, K.; Ouyang, J.; Zhang, Y.; Tung, H.; Lin, S.; Nagelkerke, R.; Kingston, D.; Wu, X.; Leek, D. M.; Wilkinson, D.; Li, C.; Chen, I.; Tao, Y. Low-Temperature Noninjection Approach to Homogeneously-Alloyed PbSexS1-x Colloidal Nanocrystals for Photovoltaic Applications. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 20113, 1511–1520.

18. Fu, H.; Tsang, S.; Zhang, Y.; Ouyang, J.; Lu, J.; Yu, K.; Tao, Y. Impact of the Growth Conditions of Colloidal PbS Nanocrystals on Photovoltaic Device Performance. Chem. Mater201123, 1805–1810.  

17. Zaman, B. M.; Baral, T.; Jakubek, Z.; Zhang, J.; Lai, E.; Whitfield, D.; Yu, K. Single-Domain Antibody Bioconjugated Near-IR Quantum Dots for Targeted Cellular Imaging of Pancreatic Cancer. J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol201111, 3757–3763.  

16. Tsang, S.; Fu, H.; Ouyang, J.; Zhang, Y.; Yu, K.; Lu, J.; Tao, Y. Self-Organized Phase Segregation Between Inorganic Nanocrystals and PC61BM for Hybrid High-Efficiency Bulk Heterojunction Photovoltaic CellsAppl. Phys. Lett201096, 243104.  

15. Yu, K.; Cui, Y.; Zaman, B. M.; Wilkins, R.; Li, C.; Wu, X.; Ouyang, J. Optical Response of CdSe Quantum Dots to Cs-137 γ RadiationJ. Nanosci. Nanotechnol201010, 1819–1824.  

14. Ouyang, J.; Kuijper, J.; Brot, S.; Kingston, D.; Wu, X.; Leek, D.; Hu, M.; Ripmeester, J. A.; Yu K. Photoluminescent Colloidal CdS Nanocrystals with High Quality via Noninjection One-Pot Synthesis in 1-Octadecene. J. Phys. Chem. C 2009113, 7579–7593.

13. Liu, T.; Li, M.; Ouyang, J.; Zaman, B. M.; Wang, R.; Wu, X.; Yeh, C.; Lin, Q.; Yang, B.; Yu, K. Non-Injection and Low-Temperature Approach to Colloidal Photoluminescent PbS Nanocrystals with Narrow Bandwidth. J. Phys. Chem. C 2009113, 2301–2308.

12. Li, M.; Ouyang, J.; Ratcliffe, C. I.; Peirtri. L.; Wu, X.; Leek, D. M.; Moudrakovski, I.; Lin, Q.; Yang, B.; Yu, K. Magic-Sized CdS Quantum Dots with Bandgap Photoemission via Non-Injection One-Pot Approach. ACS Nano 20093, 3832–3838.

11. Wang, R.; Calvignanello, O.; Ratcliffe, C.; Wu, X.; Leek, D.; Zaman, B. M.; Kingston, D.; Ripmeester, J. A.; Yu, K. Homogeneously-Alloyed CdTeSe Single-Sized Nanocrystals with Bandgap Photoluminescence. J. Phys. Chem. C 2009113, 3402–3408.   

10. Wang, R.; Ouyang, J.; Nikolaus, S.; Brestaz, L.; Zaman, B.; M.; Wu, X.; Leek, D.; Ratcliffe, C. I.; Yu, K. Single-Sized Colloidal CdTe Nanocrystals with Strong Bandgap Photoluminescence. Chem. Commun20098, 962–964.

9.  Yu, K.; Ouyang, J.; Zaman, B. M.; Johnston, D.; Yan, F.; Li, G.; Ratcliffe, C.; Leek, D.; Wu, X.; Stupak, J.; Jakubek, Z.; Whitfield, D. Single-Sized CdSe Nanocrystals with Bandgap Photoemission via Non-Injection One-Pot Approach. J. Phys. Chem. C 2009113, 3390–3401.

8.  Ouyang, J.; Zaman, B. M.; Yan, F.; Johnston, D.; Li, G.; Wu, X.; Leek, D.; Ratcliffe, C. I.; Ripmeester, J. A.; Yu, K. Multiple Families of Magic-Sized CdSe Nanocrystals with Strong Bandgap Photoluminescence via Non-Injection One-Pot Syntheses. J. Phys. Chem. C 2008112, 13805–13811. (Materials Research Society (MRS) Bulletin highlighted 200833.)

7.  Ratcliffe, C. I.; Yu, K.; Ripmeester, J. A.; Zaman, B.; Badarau, C.; Singh, S. Solid State NMR Studies of Photoluminescent Cadmium Chalcogenide Nanoparticles. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys20068, 3510–3519. Invited article and chosen as “Hot Article”.

6.  Yu, K.; Zaman, B.; Singh, S.; Wang, D.; Ripmeester, J. A. The Effect of Dispersion Media on Photoluminescence of Colloidal CdSe Nanocrystals Synthesized from TOPChem. Mater200517, 2552–2561.

5.  Yu, K.; Zaman, B.; Ripmeester, J. A. Colloidal CdSe Nanocrystals from Tri-n-Octylphosphine: Control of Growth Rate for High Quality and Large-Scale Production by Tuning Cd-to-Se Stoichiometry. J. NanoSci. NanoTechnol20055, 669–681.

4.  Yu, K.; Zaman, B.; Singh, S.; Wang, D.; Ripmeester, J. A. Colloidal CdSe Nanocrystals from Tri-n-Octylphosphine: Growth and Optical Properties from Polar and Non-Polar Solvents. J. NanoSci. NanoTechnol20055, 659–668.

3.  Yu, K.; Zaman, B.; Romanova S.; Wang, D.; Ripmeester, J. A. Sequential Synthesis of Type-II Colloidal CdTe/CdSe Core/Shell Nanocrystals. Small 20051, 332–338.

2.  Yu, K.; Singh, S.; Patrito, N.; Chu, V. Effect of Reaction Media on Growth and Photoluminescence of Colloidal CdSe Nanocrystals. Langmuir 200420, 11161–11168.

1.  Yu, K.; Wu, X.; Brinker, C.; Ripmeester, J. A. MTES-Derived Silica Thin Film with Meso-Structured Spherical Voids Investigated by TEM: (1) Meso-Structure Determination. Langmuir 200319, 7282–7288. (Materials Research Society (MRS) Bulletin highlighted 2003Oct, 698)  


McMaster Univ (Canada) and Sandia National Laboratories (USA)

4.  Yu, K.; Smarsly, B.; Brinker, C. J. Self-Assembly and Characterization of Mesostructured Silica Films with a 3D Arrangement of Isolated Spherical Mesopores. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2003, 13, 47-52. 

3.  Liu, N.; Yu, K.; Smarsly, B.; Dunphy, D. R.; Jiang, Y.; Brinker, C. J. Self-Directed Assembly of Photoactive Hybrid Silicates Derived from an Azobenzene-Bridged Silsesquioxane. J. Am. Chem. Soc2002124, 14540–14541.

2.  Yu, K.; Hurd, A. J.; Eisenberg, A.; Brinker, C. J. Syntheses of Silica/Polystyrene-Block-Poly(ethylene oxide) Films with Regular and Reverse Mesostructures of Large Characteristic Length Scales by Solvent Evaporation-Induced Self-Assembly. Langmuir 2001, 17, 7961-7965. 

1.  Frank, R. S.; Downey, J. S.; Yu, K.; Stöver, H. D. H. Poly (divinylbenzene-alt-maleic anhydride) Microgels: Intermediates to Microspheres and Macrogels in Crosslinking Copolymerization. Macromolecules 200235, 2728–2735.  


McGill University, McMaster University (Canada)

6.  Yu, K.; Bartels, C.; Eisenberg, A. Morphological Transition of Vesicles to Inverted Hexagonally Packed Rods and Trapping Intermediate Structures in Dilute Solutions of PS-b-PEO. Langmuir 199915, 7157–7167.

5.  Yu, K.; Bartels, C.; Eisenberg, A. Vesicles with Hollow Rods in the Walls: A Trapped Intermediate Morphology in the Transition of Vesicles to Inverted Hexagonally Packed Rods in Dilute Solutions of PS-b-PEO. Macromolecules 1998, 31, 9399–9402.

4.  Yu, K.; Eisenberg, A. Bilayer Morphologies of Self-Assembled Crew-Cut Aggregates of Amphiphilic PS-b-PEO Diblock Copolymers in Solution. Macromolecules 1998, 31, 3509–3518.

3.  Yu, K.; Zhang, L. F.; Eisenberg, A. Novel Morphologies of ''Crew-Cut'' Aggregates of Amphiphilic Diblock Copolymers in Dilute Solution. Langmuir 1996, 12, 5980–5984.

2.  Yu, K.; Eisenberg, A. Multiple Morphologies in Aqueous Solutions of Aggregates of Polystyrene-Block-Poly(ethylene oxide) Diblock Copolymers. Macromolecules 1996, 29, 6359–6361.

1.  Zhang, L.; Yu, K.; Eisenberg, A. Ion-Induced Morphological Changes in "Crew-Cut" Aggregates of Amphiphilic Block Copolymers. Science 1996, 272 , 1777–1779.