Daniel W. Ki
Associate Professor of Chemistry
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Dr. Ki joined Stockton in 2016 after teaching and researching at the Rutgers University-New Brunswick. He completed his PhD degree at the Rutgers University-New Brunswick in the area of white light emitting phosphors. Dr. Ki pursued postdoctoral studies at the Purdue University and University of Washington to develop low-cost, efficient thin film solar cells. He had also industrial experience in silicon valley as a research scientist focusing on research and development of emerging solar cells.
PhD, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey,
New Brunswick, NJ
MS, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
BS, Ajou University, Suwon, South Korea
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Materials Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Solid State Chemistry
Chemistry I: General Principles (CHEM 2110)
Chemistry I Laboratory (CHEM 2115)
Chemistry IV: Theory & Applications (CHEM 2140)
Materials Chemisry (CHEM 3210)
Physical Chemistry I (CHEM 3410)
Survey of Instrumentation (CHEM 3035)
Nanotechnology in our Society (GNM 3340)
Korean Contemporary Culture (GAH 1358)
My research focuses on studying the structure and properties of emerging earth abundant
semiconductor materials for energy related applications, such as phosphors for solid
state lighting, electrodes for water splitting, and absorbers for thin film solar
cells. We are also interested in developing multifunctional porous inorganic materials
by using molecular precursor routes to control electron and mass transport, electronic
and ionic conduction, electron-transfer kinetics to enhance device performance. Students
will have an opportunity to learn the design, synthesis, and characterization of new
semiconductor materials to understand their structural, physical, and chemical properties.
Ngo*, B. Averkiev, G. Reeves, A. Wu*, D.W. Ki “ Tin (IV) halide complexes with 5, 7-dimethyl-8-quinolinol: structures, optical and thermal properties” Journal of Coordination Chemistry, 2022, 75 (5-6), 796-807. * Stockton undergraduate students
W.Ki, X. Hei, H. T. Yi, W. Liu, S. J. Teat, M. Li, Y. Fang, V. Podzorov, E. Garfunkel,
and J. Li
“Two-Dimensional Copper Iodide-Based Inorganic–Organic Hybrid Semiconductors: Synthesis, Structures, and Optical and Transport Properties” Chemistry of Materials. 2021, 33, 13, 5317–5325, DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.1c01421.
W.Ki, K. Ngo*, P. Ghosh, B. Averkiev, G.T. Reeves, I. Ailes*, B.C. Pemberton, K. Zhu, and J. Li. “Blue-shifted aggregation-induced enhancement of Sn(IV) fluoride complex: The role of fluorine on luminescence enhancement” Chemical Communications 2020, 56, 9648-9560. * Stockton undergraduate students
W. Ki and H.W. Hillhouse, “Earth-Abundant Element Photovoltaics Directly from Soluble Precursors with High Yield Using a Non-Toxic Solvent” Advanced Energy Materials 2011,1,732 (Highlighted in Nanowerk.com , Nov 18, 2011 and Most accessed article in 8/2011–7/2012).
W. Ki and H.W. Hillhouse, “A general route to earth abundant element absorber layers for thin film photovoltaics with high yield using molecular precursors and non-toxic solvents” 37th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 2011, 000246-000249
W. Ki and J. Li, “A Semiconductor Bulk Material That Emits Direct White Light” Journal
of American Chemical Society 2008, 130, 8114.
(Featured in C & EN News, June 16, 2008, 84(24), p48; Highlighted in Nature, July 17, 2008, 454, p256).
W. Ki, J. Li, E. Goki, and M. Chhowalla, “Direct White Light Emission from Inorganic- Organic Hybrid Semiconductor Bulk Materials”, Journal of Materials Chemistry 2010,20, 10676.
W. Ki, X. Huang, J. Li, D. Young and Y. Zhang, “Highly Conductive Group VI Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Films by Solution Processed Deposition” Journal of Materials Research 2007,22,1390.
Lan, K. Li, H. Wu, D. Olson, T. Emge, W. Ki, M. Hong, and J. Li, “A Luminescent Microporous Metal–Organic Framework for the Fast and Reversible Detection of High Explosives” Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2009, 48, 1.
J. Li, W. Bi, W. Ki, X. Huang, and S. Reddy, “Nanostructured Crystals: Unique Hybrid Semiconductors Exhibiting Nearly Zero and Tunable Uniaxial Thermal Expansion Behavior” Journal of American Chemical Society 2007, 129, 14140.
S. Park, W. Ki, J. Yu, and H. Du, “Sol-gel Synthesis of Highly Dispersed Cobalt Nanoparticles on Silica Thin Films” Journal of Materials Research 2005, 20, 3094.