Kai Xiao

Dr. Kai Xiao is a senior staff scientist in the Functional Hybrid Nanomaterials Group (Group leader, David B Geoghegan) at Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences, ORNL and a joint faculty at the Bredesen Center and Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He received his Ph.D. degree in Physic Chemistry in 2004 from Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Then he worked as a postdoc associate at CNMS and became a staff scientist in 2008. He has published about 150 papers, several patents, and 4 book chapters.

2D materials research and capabilities in our group are highlighted on ORNL Review — Feb 7, 2017 9:42:22 PM The new issue of ORNL Review focuses on the “Big opportunities at the nanoscale” at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and especially highlights the research and capabilities of 2D materials in our group and CNMS. Here is […]

ORNL Today, Research Profile, CNMS’s Kai Xiao —- Growing novel, nanoscale materials to support future energy needs. — Jan 17, 2017 1:35:33 PM

Congratulation! Xufan’s paper “Edge-controlled Growth and Etching of Two-Dimensional GaSe Monolayers” was just accepted by Journal of the American Chemical Society — Dec 28, 2016 8:35:01 PM

Our paper published on Advanced Functional Materials about “Suppression of Defects and Deep Levels Using Isoelectronic Tungsten Substitution in Monolayer MoSe2” is highlighted by Materials Views China — Nov 9, 2016 8:34:02 PM

Congratulations Dr. Bin Yang on receiving a UT-BATTEL Best Postdoctoral Researcher Award 2016 — Oct 15, 2016 3:37:11 AM

Xufan’s paper on suppress of defects in 2D materials using isoelectronic doping was just accepted by Advanced Functional Materials — Sep 8, 2016 12:28:44 PM Significance: This work shows how isoelectronic doping changes the carrier type from n to p in the monolayer MoSe2. These results indicate that alloying with isoelectronic dopant atoms appears to […]

2D Materials and Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells are in the Top 10 Emerging Technologies 2016 list, World Economic Forum — Jul 29, 2016 9:00:08 PM

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