Habituation based synaptic plasticity and organismic learning in a quantum perovskite, F. Zuo, P. Panda, M. Kotiuga, J. Li, M. Kang, C. Mazzoli, H. Zhou, A. Barbour, S. Wilkins, B. Narayanan, M. Cherukara, Z. Zhang, S. K. R. S. Sankaranarayanan, R. Comin, K. M. Rabe, K. Roy and S. Ramanathan, Nature Communications, 8, 240 (2017)

Our collaborative artificial neuron IEDM paper is discussed in EE Times

http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?section_id=36&_mc=RSS_EET_EDT&piddl_msgpage=2&doc_id=1331105&page_number=2

 

Correlated perovskites as a new platform for super broadband tunable photonics, Z. Li, Y. Zhou, H. Qi, Q. Pan, Z. Zhang, N. N. Shi, M. Lu, A. Stein, C. Y. Li, S. Ramanathan and N. Yu, Advanced Materials, 28, 9117 (2016)

Hydride-based solid oxide fuel cell-battery hybrid electrochemical system, X. Guan, J. Jiang, J. Lattimer, M. Tsuchiya, C. M. Friend and S. Ramanathan, Energy Technology, 5, 616 (2017)

News and Views piece by Drs. Zhou and Shao on our recent paper appears in Nature Energy

Hydrogen induced insulation, by Zhou and Shao in Nat. Energy.

http://www.nature.com/articles/nenergy201678

 

Strongly correlated perovskite fuel cells, Y. Zhou, X. Guan, H. Zhou, K. Ramadoss, S. Adam, H. Liu, S. Lee, J. Shi, M. Tsuchiya, D. D. Fong and S. Ramanathan, Nature, 231, 534 (2016)

Electrical transport in transition metal oxides, F. J. Wong and S. Ramanathan, Resistive Switching: From Fundamentals of Nanionic Redox Processes to Memristive Device Applications, Wiley (ed. Waser and Ielmini)

Mott memory and neuromorphic devices, Y. Zhou and S. Ramanathan, Proceedings of the IEEE, 103, 1289 (2015)

Xiaofei Guan

Post Doctoral Fellow

Bio

I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Harvard University. I received my B.S. degree in Applied Physics from Nankai University in 2009, and PhD degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Boston University in 2013. My research was focused on design, fabrication, and electrochemical characterization of solid oxide electrolysis cells and solid oxide fuel cells.

Research

My current research is focused on the electrochemical characterization of ultra-thin solid oxide fuel cells with novel anodes. The goal is to understand the underlying mechanisms using various electrochemical techniques, and improve the energy density and prolong the battery-like response of the fuel cell devices.