Dr. Xiaoke Liu received Ph.D. degree at University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (China) in 2014, focusing on organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). In 2014-2016, he continued his research work on OLEDs as a Senior Research Associate at City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR). In 2016, he moved to Linköping University as a postdoc and started research on perovskite optoelectronics. He was a visiting scholar in Prof. Richard Friend's group (2017.6-2018.1) at University of Cambridge (UK), and in Prof. Tze Chien Sum's group (2019.3-2019.8) at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore). He was awarded Docent in Materials Science in 2022.

Dr. Xiaoke Liu teaches a graduate course - Luminescent Materials and Their Applications (5 ECTS) - at IFM. He received research grants from Vinnova, EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, STINT, Swedish Research Council (vr), etc. His research ambition is to develop new-generation luminescent materials for light-emitting diodes, and to understand science behind the materials and devices. Materials under investigations include small molecules, metal halide perovskites and carbon dots.

See recent publications in Nature Materials, Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, etc. See full publication list at Google Scholar.

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