Photoluminescence Webinar on Applications in the NIR-II Region
7 July 2020
Professor Chan Yang-Hsiang
National Chiao Tung University
15.30-16.30 HKT (Hong Kong Time), TST (Taipei Standard Time), SST (Singapore Standard Time)
16.30-17.30 JST (Japan Standard Time), KST (Korea Standard Time)
Professor Chan’s research is focused on the development of semiconducting polymer dots with blue to near-infrared fluorescence (NIR-II) for bioimaging and analytical detection, preparation of polymer dots for material science, as well as investigation of plasmon enhanced photoluminescence for point-of-care biomarker detection.
Professor Chan was awarded the Best Article Award in JCCS for 2019, as well as a number of distinguished research awards, and was recently interviewed by Nature for the successful development of a brand-new type of semiconducting polymer nanoparticle for biological applications and analytical detections.
Further reading: Professor Chan Yang-Hsiang