Peng received his Ph.D degree in Materials Science (with Professor
it was a really great experience to Peng in Tsinghua: a lot of
fun in its beautiful campus and wonderful research groups with
many nice and diligent colleagues. Peng received M.S. degree in
Physics from Zhengzhou
University in 1999, and B.S. in Physics from
Henan University in 1996. In September 2004, Peng went
Professor Shuit-Tong Lee's group,
Center of Super-Diamond and Advanced Films (COSDAF)
City University of HongKong.
is currently professor at the Department
Beijing Normal University. Peng won the honors of
Fok Ying Tung Education Foundation
the New Century Excellent Talents in
University of Ministry of Education
Beijing Nova Program
National Excellent Doctoral Dissertations of China
Excellent Doctoral Dissertations of
Tsinghua University (2004), and
the first prize of Advance of Science and Technology of
Education Commission of Henan Province (1998) .
is a leader in silicon corrosion research. He is attributed to
having first developed the metal-catalyzed electroless etching
(MCEE) or metal assisted chemical etching (MACE) technique for the
fabrication of silicon nanowires and made significant contributions
to MCEE technology and the emerging applications of silicon
nanowires. His current research is focused on the development of
MCEE technique and silicon nanostructures for advanced energy
conversion and storage applications. He is the active members of
various academic communities including the International Society of
Electrochemistry (ISE), American Chemical Society (ACS) and
Materials Research Society (MRS).
Continuous-flow Mass Production of Silicon Nanowires via
Substrate-Enhanced Metal-Catalyzed Electroless Etching of Silicon
with Dissolved Oxygen as an Oxidant
Meng XM, Lee ST.
Silicon/Hematite Core/shell Nanowire Array Decorated with Gold
Nanoparticles for Unbiased Solar Water Oxidation
X Wang, Peng KQ, Hu Y,
FQ, Hu B, Li
L, Wang M,
XM, Lee ST.
14, 18, 2014
Fabrication of Silicon Nanowire Arrays by Macroscopic Galvanic
Cell-Driven Metal Catalyzed Electroless Etching in Aerated HF
Liu L, Peng KQ,
Hu Y, Wu
XL, Lee ST.
26, 1410, 2014
Silicon Nanowires for Advanced Energy
Conversion and Storage
Peng KQ, Wang X,
Li L, Hu Y, Lee ST.
8, 75, 2013
High©\Performance Silicon Nanowire Array
Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells through Surface Passivation and
Zhang WJ, Lee ST.
Angewandte Chemie-International Edition
Silicon nanowires for photovoltaic solar energy conversion
Peng KQ, Lee ST.
23, 198, 2011
High-performance silicon nanohole solar cells
Peng KQ, Wang X, Li L, Wu XL, Lee ST.
Journal of the American Chemical Society
MRS Materials News)
Nanoparticle Decorated Silicon Nanowires for Efficient Solar Energy
Peng KQ, Wang X, Wu XL, Lee ST.
Nano Letters 9, 3074, 2009
of Metal Nanoparticles in Silicon and Induced Anisotropic Silicon
Peng KQ, Lu AJ, Zhang RQ, Lee ST.
Advanced Functional Materials
(Highlighted as Inside Cover)
nanowires for rechargeable lithium-ion battery anodes
Peng KQ, Jie JS, Zhang WJ, et al.
Applied Physics Letters 93,
2008 (Highlighted by Nature China)
silicon nanowire arrays via nanosphere lithography and metal-induced
Peng KQ, Zhang ML, Lu AJ, et al.
Applied Physics Letters 90,
of Single©\Crystalline Silicon Nanowires by Scratching a Silicon
Surface with Catalytic Metal Particles
Peng KQ, Hu
JJ, Yan YJ, et al.
Advanced Functional Materials
single-crystalline Si nanowire arrays for photovoltaic applications
Peng KQ, Xu Y, Wu Y, et al.
1, 1062, 2005
axial-orientation alignment of one-dimensional single-crystal
silicon nanostructure arrays
Peng KQ, Wu Y, Fang H, et al.
Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 44,
Fabrication of large-area silicon nanowire p-n junction diode arrays
Peng KQ, Huang ZP, Zhu J.
Advanced Materials 16, 73, 2004
of large-area silicon nanowire arrays via self-assembling
Peng KQ, Yan YJ, Gao SP, Zhu J.