Mr. Haijie Tan

PhD Student

Department of Materials
University of Oxford
16 Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3PH
UK
Email: haijie.tan@materials.ox.ac.uk
Tel: +44 1865 73717

Haijie completed his Bachelor's degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing. His final year project, supervised by Prof. Yang Shen involved synthesis of photocatalytic BiFeO3-Graphene nanocomposites and their applications in water purification.

In his PhD studies, Haijie has gained experience in developing ultrathin opto-electronic devices based on novel 2D crystals including graphene, boron nitride, WS2 and MoS2 . He is supervised by Professor Jamie H. Warner; and is funded by the Khazanah Global Scholarship.

Publications

Yuewen Sheng, Haijie Tan, Xiaochen Wang and Jamie H. Warner. "Hydrogen Addition for Centimeter-sized Monolayer Tungsten Disulfide Continuous Films by Ambient Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition". Chemistry of Materials, 2017, Article ASAP.

Haijie Tan, Ye Fan, Yingqiu Zhou, Qu Chen, Wenshuo Xu, Jamie H. Warner, "Ultrathin 2D Photodetectors Utilizing Chemical Vapor Deposition Grown WS2 With Graphene Electrodes". ACS Nano, 2016, 10 (8), pp 78667873

Ye Fan, Yingqiu Zhou, Xiaochen Wang, Haijie Tan, Youmin Rong, Jamie H. Warner, "Photoinduced Schottky Barrier Lowering in 2D Monolayer WS2 Photodetectors". Advanced Optical Materials, 2016, doi:10.1002/adom.201600221

Haijie Tan, Ye Fan, Youmin Rong, Benjamin Porter, Chit Siong Lau, Yingqiu Zhou, Zhengyu He, Shanshan Wang, Harish Bhaskaran, Jamie H. Warner, "Doping Graphene Transistors Using Vertical Stacked Monolayer WS2 Heterostructures Grown by Chemical Vapor Deposition". ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2016, 8 (3), pp 16441652.

Youmin Rong, Ye Fan, Ai Leen Koh, Alex W. Robertson, Kuang He, Shanshan Wang, Haijie Tan, Robert Sinclair, and Jamie H. Warner, "Controlling Sulphur Precursor Addition for Large Single Crystal Domains of WS2". Nanoscale, 2014, 6, 12096-12103.

Ye Fan, Kuang He, Haijie Tan, Susannah Speller, Jamie H. Warner, "Crack-Free Growth and Transfer of Continuous Monolayer Graphene Grown on Melted Copper". Chemistry of Materials (2014)