Structural-property relationship of low-dimensional materials

​Dr Hui Ying Hoh started as an aspiring materials chemist at the National University of Singapore. During her study, she combined experimental and computational results to elucidate graphene and diamond surfaces. Later, she worked on utilizing the optical properties of graphene for photonics and optoelectronics at Monash University and Shenzhen University. She then moved to Griffith University and studied carbon nitrides for energy storage. Currently, she is in the Bernhardt group at AIBN, investigating the effects of nitrogen incorporation in graphene electrodes on their capacitance.

Key Publications

 H. Y. Hoh, Y. Zhang, Y. L. Zhong and Q. Bao, Harnessing the potential of graphitic carbon nitride for optoelectronic applications, Adv. Opt. Mater., 2021,

Z. Wang, T. Yang, Y. Zhang, Q, Ou, H. Lin, Q. Zhang, H. Chen, H. Y. Hoh, B. Jia and Q. Bao, Flat Lenses Based on 2D Perovskite Nanosheets, Adv. Mater., 2020, 32, pp 2001388

 J. Wang, X. Li, B. Wei, R. Sun, W. Yu, H. Y. Hoh, H. Xu, J. Li, X. Ge, Z. Chen, C. Su, and Z. Wang, Activating Basal Planes of NiPS3 for Hydrogen Evolution by Nonmetal Heteroatom Doping, Adv. Funct. Mater., 2020, 30, pp 1908708

D. Adekoya, H. Chen, H. Y. Hoh, T. Gould, M.-S. J. T. Balogun, C. Lai, H. Zhao, and S. Zhang, Hierarchical Co3O4@N-Doped Carbon Composite as an Advanced Anode Material for Ultrastable Potassium Storage, ACS Nano, 2020, 14 (4), pp 5027

Y. Fang, X. Li, J. Li, C. Yao, H. Y. Hoh, X. Hai, J. Lu and C. Su, Janus electrochemical exfoliation of two-dimensional materials. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2019, 7, pp 25691