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Feng Pan (Ph.D., Professor, Dean)

Email: panfeng@pkusz.edu.cn  

Group Web: web.pkusz.edu.cn/panfeng

  • Biography

Prof. Feng Pan, Founding Dean of School of Advanced Materials,Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, Director of National Center of Electric Vehicle Power Battery and Materials for International Research, got B.S. from Dept. Chemistry, Peking University  in 1985 and Ph.D  from Dept. of P&A Chemistry,University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK,with "Patrick D. Ritchie Prize” for the best Ph.D. in 1994. With more than a decade experience in large international incorporations, Prof. Pan has been engaged in fundamental research and product development of novel optoelectronic and energy storage materials and devices. As Chief Scientist, Prof. Pan led 8 entities in Shenzhen to win the 150 million RMB grant for the national EV-battery innovation project in 2013-16. As Chief Scientist, Prof. Pan led 12 entities to win National Key project of Material Genomic Engineering (MGI) for Solid State Li-ion Battery in China in 2016. He has led his group to achieve outstanding research vs. MGI on electrochemistry, battery and materials by combination of comprehensive experimental tests and theoretical calculations, e.g. Developing novel cathode materials and methods to study related electrochemical mechanism, and exploring new generation of solid state batteries. He has published more than 250 peer-reviewed papers in international journals and book chapters and 80 patents for inventions. He has been selected as one of the 2016 winner of Outstanding Research  Award  of Advanced Lithium Batteries for Automobile Applications (ABAA) and the 2018 winner of ECS Battery Division Technology Award.


  • Research Interesting:
1 Advanced  energy materials design and simulation;
2 Structure and properties of nano–materials  and crystals;
3 Energy storage & power battery and related materials;
4 Flexible solar cells.  


  • Representative Research works and papers

Advanced Materials   (At Peking University, School of Advanced Materials)

2018 Published

41. J Villanueva-Cab, P Olalde-Velasco, A Romero-Contreras, Z Zhuo, F Pan, ... Photocharging and Band Gap Narrowing Effects on the Performance of Plasmonic Photoelectrodes in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells. ACS applied materials & interfaces,  10 (37), 31374-31383 PDF

40. S Li, M Weng, J Jie, J Zheng, F Pan*, LW Wang*. Wannier-Koopmans method calculations of organic molecule crystal band gaps, EPL (Europhysics Letters) 123 (3), 37002 PDF

39. X Li, Z Wang, H Lin, Y Liu*, Y Min, F Pan*. Composite electrolytes of pyrrolidone-derivatives-PEO enable to enhance performance of all solid state lithium-ion batteries. Electrochimica Acta, 293(2019)25-29. PDF

38. L. Han, Z. Wang, D. Kong, L. Yang, K. Yang, Z. Wang and F. Pan*. Ordered mesoporous silica framework based electrolyte with nanowetted interfaces for solid-state lithium batteries. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2018, DOI: 10.1039/C8TA08875F. PDF

37. K. Wang, L. Yang, Z. Wang, Y. Zhao, Z. Wang, L. Han, Y. Song and F. Pan*. Enhanced lithium dendrite suppressing capability enabled by a solid-like electrolyte with different-sized nanoparticles. Chem. Commun., 2018, DOI: 10.1039/C8CC07476C. PDF

36. Y Huang, W Zhang, S Li, W Luo, Z Huang, C Fang, M Weng, J Zheng, ... Activate Metallic Copper as High-Capacity Cathode for Lithium-Ion Batteries via Nanocomposite Technology, Nano Energy

35. J Zheng, G Teng, J Yang, M Xu, Q Yao, Z Zhuo, W Yang, Q Liu, F Pan*. Mechanism of Exact Transition Between Cationic and Anionic Redox Activities in Cathode Material Li2FeSiO4, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 

34. Z Zhuo, CD Pemmaraju, J Vinson, C Jia, B Moritz, I Lee, S Sallis, Q Li, ...F Pan*. Spectroscopic Signature of Oxidized Oxygen States in Peroxides, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 

33.J Zheng, G Tan, P Shan, T Liu, J Hu, Y Feng, L Yang, M Zhang, Z Chen, Y Lin, J Lu, J. C. Neuefeind, Y Ren, K Amine, L-W Wang, K Xu, F Pan*. Understanding Thermodynamic and Kinetic Contributions in Expanding the Stability Window of Aqueous Electrolytes. Chem, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chempr.2018.09.004 PDF

32. MJ Zhang, G Teng, YK Chen-Wiegart, Y Duan, JYP Ko, J Zheng, J Thieme, ...F.Pan*, F.Wang. Cationic Ordering Coupled to Reconstruction of Basic Building Units during Synthesis of High-Ni Layered Oxides. Journal of the American Chemical Society, DOI:10.1021/jacs.8b06150

31. M Li, K Yang, J Liu, X Hu, D Kong, T Liu, M Zhang, F Pan*. Heterobimetallic Single-Source Precursor Enables Layered Oxide Cathode for Sodium-Ion Battery. Chemical Communications, DOI: 10.1039/C8CC04205E

30. M. Liu, H. Lin, Z. Mei, J. Yang, J. Lin, Y. Liu*, F Pan*. Tuning cobalt and nitrogen co‐doped carbon to maximum catalytic sites by superabsorbent for efficient oxygen reduction, Chemsuschem, 2018, DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201801480

29. Q Zhou, Z Shen, C Zhu, J Li, Z Ding, P Wang, F Pan, Z Zhang, H Ma, S Wang, and H Zhang*; Nitrogen-Doped CoP Electrocatalysts for Coupled Hydrogen Evolution and Sulfur Generation with Low Energy Consumption; Advanced Materials 2018, DOI: 10.1002/ adma.201800140. PDF

28. G Gao, F Zheng, F Pan, LW Wang; Theoretical Investigation of 2D Conductive Microporous Coordination Polymers as Li–S Battery Cathode with Ultrahigh Energy Density; Advanced Energy Materials, 2018, 1801823. PDF

27. G Xu, R Amine, A Abouimrane, H Che, M Dahbi, Z Ma, I Saadoune, J Alami, W Mattis, F Pan, Z Chen, K Amine*; Challenges in Developing Electrodes, Electrolytes, and Diagnostics Tools to Understand and Advance Sodium-Ion Batteries; Advanced Energy Materials 2018, 1702403,1-63.  PDF

26. W Wu, J Pu, J Wang, Z Shen, H Tang, Z Deng, X Tao, F Pan, H Zhang*; Biomimetic Bipolar Microcapsules Derived from Staphylococcus aureus for Enhanced Properties of Lithium–Sulfur Battery Cathodes; Advanced Energy Materials 2018, 1702373,1-9.  PDF

25. Z Wang, Z Wang, L Yang, H Wang, Y Song, L Han, K Yang, J Hu, H Chen, F Pan*; Boosting Interfacial Li+ Transport with a MOF-Based Ionic Conductor for Solid-State Batteries; Nano Energy, DOI: 10.1016/j.nanoen.2018.04.076. PDF

24. Y Xiao, T Liu, J Liu, L He, J Chen, J Zhang, P Luo, H Lu, R Wang, W Zhu, Z Hu, G Teng, C Xin, J Zheng, T Liang, F Wang, Y Chen, Q Huang, F Pan*, H Chen; Insight into the origin of Lithium/Nickel ions exchange in layered Li(NixMnyCoz)O2 cathode materials; Nano Energy, DOI: 10.1016/j.nanoen.2018.04.020. PDF

23. S Li, Y Liu, F Liu, D He, J He, J Luo, Y Xiao*,F Pan*;  Effective Atomic Interface Engineering in Bi2Te2.7Se0.3 Thermoelectric material by Atomic-Layer-Deposition approach; Nano Energy, DOI: 10.1016/j.nanoen. 2018.04.047. PDF 

22. J Zheng, W Deng, Z Hu, Z Zhuo, F Liu, H Chen, Y Lin, W Yang, K Amine, R Li,*,J Lu*, F Pan*;Asymmetric K/Li-Ion Battery Based on Intercalation Selectivity;ACS Energy Lett. 2018, 3, 65-71.  PDF

21. C Liu, X Wang, W Deng, C Li, J Chen, M Xue*, R Li*, F Pan; Engineering Fast Ion Conduction and Selective Cation Channels for High-Rate and High-Voltage Hybrid Aqueous Battery; Angewandte Chemie 2018, 10.1002/ange.201800479. PDF

20. Q Zhao,† J Yang,† M Liu, R Wang, G Zhang, H Wang, H Tang, C Liu, Z Mei, H Chen, and F Pan*; Tuning Electronic Push/Pull of Ni-Based Hydroxides To Enhance Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Reactions for Water Splitting; ACS Catalysis, 2018,8,5621-5629. PDF

19. J Yang, J Zheng, M Xu, Z Zhuo, W Yang, L Wang, L Dai, J Lu, K Amine, F Pan*; Short Hydrogen Bonds on Reconstructed Nanocrystal Surface Enhance Oxygen Evolution Activity; ACS Catalysis 2018,8(1): 466-473. PDF

18. Q Zhao, J Yang, M Liu, R, G Zhang, H Wang, H Tang, C Liu, Z Mei, H Chen, and F Pan*; Tuning electronic push/pull of Ni-based hydroxides to enhance hydrogen and oxygen evolution reactions for water splitting; ACS Catalysis; 2018, DOI: 10.1021/acscatal.8b01567.  PDF

17.  W Xiao, C Xin, S Li, J Jie, Y Gu, J Zheng*, F Pan*; Insight into fast Li diffusion in Li-excess spinel lithium manganese oxide; Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2018, DOI: 10.1039/C8TA01428K.  PDF

16.  M Weng, S Li, J Zheng, F Pan*, L Wang*; Wannier Koopmans Method Calculations of 2D Material Band Gaps; J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2018, 9, 281-285. PDF

15. Y Zhao, L Yang*, D Liu, J Hu, L Han, Z Wang, F Pan*, A Conductive Binder for High-Performance Sn Electrodes in Lithium-ion Batteries;ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2018, 10(2): 1672-1677.   PDF

14.  H Wang, L Liu, R Wang, X Yan, Z Wang, J Hu, H Chen, S Jiang, L Ni, H Qiu, H Tang, Y Wei, Z Zhang, Q lun and F Pan*; Microspheres self-assembled by anti-site defect-less nanocrystal-LiFePO4@C/rGO to achieve both high-rate capability and hightap density for Li-ion batteries; ChemSuschem 2018, DOI: 10.1002 /cssc. 201800786.  PDF

13.  Y Feng,‡ R Tan,‡ Y Zhao, R Gao, L Yang, J Yang, H Li, G Zhou, H Chen, F Pan*;  Insight into Fast Ion Migration Kinetics of A New Hybrid Single Li-Ion Conductor Based on Aluminate Complexes for Solid State Li-Ions Battery; Nanoscale 2018, DOI: 10.1039/C8NR00573G. PDF

12.  Z Zhuo, P Lu, C Delacourt, R Qiao, K Xu, F Pan*, S.J.Harries*, W Yang*; Breathing and oscillating growth of solid-electrolyte-interphase upon electrochemical cycling; Chemical Communications, 2018, DOI: 10.1039/ C7CC07082A.  PDF

11.  M Li, J Liu, T Liu, M Zhang*, F Pan*; A versatile single molecular precursor for the synthesis of layered oxide cathode materials for Li-ion batteries; Chemical Communications 2018,  DOI: 10.1039/C7CC08505B. PDF

10.  C Liu, J Hu, L Yang, W Zhao, H Li, F Pan*; Low-surface-area nitrogen doped carbon nanomaterial for advanced sodium ion batteries; Chemical Communications ,2018, DOI: 10.1039/C7CC09911H.  PDF

9.  X Yang, Y Min, S Li, D Wang, Z Mei*, J Liang, F Pan*; Conductive Nb-doped TiO2 Thin Films with the Whole Visible Absorption to Degrade Pollutants; Catalysis Science & Technology 2018, DOI:10.1039/ C7CY02614E.  PDF

8. Z Mei,  Y Li, X Yang, W Ren, S Tong, N Zhang, W Zhao, Y Lin and F Pan*; Tuning nanosheet Fe2O3 photoanode with C3N4and p-type CoOx decoration for efficient and stable water splitting; Catalysis Science &Technology 2018; DOI:10.1039/C8CY00729B.  PDF

7.  G Zhang,† H Wang,† J Yang, Q Zhao, L Yang, H Tang, C Liu,H Chen, Y Lin, F Pan*; Temperature Effect on Co-Based Catalysts in Oxygen Evolution Reaction; Inorganic Chemistry 2018, DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem. 7b03168. PDF

6.  Z Hu†, J Zheng†, C Xin†, G Teng, Y Zuo, F Pan*;Inorganic Aromaticity of Mn6-Ring Clusterin Layered Li(Ni0.5Mn0.5)O2;J. Phys. Chem. C 2018,DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.7b10968. PDF

5. S Li, W Xiao, Y Pan, J Jie, C Xin, J Zheng, J Lu, and F Pan*; Interfacial Properties of Monolayer SnS-Metal Contacts; J. Phys. Chem. C 2018; DOI:10.1021/acs.jpcc.8b03308.  PDF

4. H Zeng, Y Gu, G Teng, Y Liu, J Zheng and F Pan*; Ab Initio Identification of Li-Rich Phase in LiFePO4;Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2018;DOI: 10.1039/C8CP01949E.   PDF

3.J Lu, Z Chen, F Pan*, Y Cui*, K Amine*; High-Performance Anode Materials for Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries; Electrochemical Energy Reviews 2018, DOI 10.1007/s41918-018-0001-4.  PDF

2. B Zhang, R Tan, L Yang, J Zheng, K Zhang, S Mo, Z Lin, F Pan*; Mechanisms and properties of ion-transport in inorganic solid electrolytes; Energ. Storage Mater. 2018, 10, 139-159. PDF

1. 胡江涛, 郑家新, 潘锋;锂电池磷酸铁锂正极材料的结构与性能相关性的研究进展[J]. 物理化学学报, 10.3866/PKU.WHXB201805102. PDF

 
First in the world to successfully grow large scale highest EO crystals (DAST) :
First complete study of the physical properties of the highest speed electro-optical crystals (DAST), the data becomes the classic parameters for this materials. Successful development ofthe fastest fiber electro-optical devices: the coupling of fiber lightwave and modulatedmicrowave electric field in the fastest electro-optic crystal (DAST) film ; Pioneered inDASTTerahertz research with Zhang X.C. at RPI, US.

1) F. Pan, et al  "Electro-optical Properties of the Organic Salt 4-N,N-dimethylamino-4N-methyl-stilbazolium Tosylate" Appl. Phy. Lett. 69(1) 13-15, (1996) (IF=3.302, SCI Cited:302) view
2) F. Pan, et al "Crystal Growth and Characterization of the Organic Salt Nonlinear Optical crystal: 4-N,N-dimethylamino-4N-methyl-stilbazolium Tosylate (DAST)"  Adv. Mater. 8(7), 592-594, (1996) (Nature Index, SCI, IF=17.493, Cited:134) view
3) F. Pan, et al  " Waveguide Fabrication and Fast Electro-optical In-line Modulation in Organic Crystal 4-N,N-dimethylamino-4N-methyl-stilbazolium(DAST)" Appl. Phys. Lett. 74 (4) 492, (1999) (IF=3.302, Cited:80) view
4)   Han, F. Pan, X.-C. Zhang" Use of the organic crystal DAST for terahertz beam applications " Opt. Lett. 25, 675-677 (2000) (IF=3.292,Cited:165) view


“Proton-Electron Coupling” supramolecular crystals with short H-Bond:
Supramolecular Crystal Engineering Design of electro-optic materials by using very short hydrogen bondsfor the first time. Successful development of efficient electro-optic supramolecular crystal based onconnections of a very short hydrogen bonds for the first time, Discovered special nature of new “proton-electron coupling” based on Supramolecular Crystal connected by very short hydrogen bonds.

1) F. Pan,et al " Crystal Engineering Based on Short Hydrogen Bonds : Cocrystallization of a Highly Nonlinear Optical Merocyanine Dye with Nitrophenol Derivatives"  Chem. Commun. 1557- 1558, (1996)(Nature Index, SCI, IF=6.8, Cited:25) view
2) F. Pan et al , "A Novel and Perfectly Aligned Highly Electro-Optic Organic Cocrystal of a Merocyanine Dye" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 118, 6315-6316, (1996) (Nature Index, SCI, IF=12.1, SCI Cited:85) view
3) M.S. Wong, F. Pan, et al ; V. Gramlich " Novel Electro-optic Molecular Co-Crystals with Ideal Chromophoric Orientation and Large Second-order Optical Nonlinearities "  J. Am. Opt. Soc. B  (15) 426-431 (1998) (SCI, IF=1.97, Cited:60)   view


Nonlinear optical crystals found,grow and test:
Successfully designed and developed L-shape efficient nonlinear optical crystal by the molecular crystal engineering, Reported by Laser Focus World News special reports. Successful designed and developed of efficient nonlinear optical crystals and devices for blue laser and devices by molecular crystal engineering, awarded by the University the Best doctoral Thesis (P.D. Ritchie Prize) in 1994/95 academic year due to this outstanding research

1) F. Pan, et al  " A Highly Efficient Organic Second-order Nonlinear Optical Crystal Based on a  Donor-acceptor Substituted 4-nitrophenylhydrazone"  Appl. Phy. Lett., 71(15), 2064,  (1997) (Nature Index, SCI, IF=3.3) view
2) F. Pan et al , " Growth, Perfection and Properties of Organic Nonlinear Optical Crystal, 4-amino-benzophenone (ABP)" J. Mater. C
3) F. Pan, R.T. Bailey, F.R. Cruickshank, D. Pugh, J.N. Sherwood, "The Birefringence of the Optically Nonlinear Crystal 4-amino benzophenone J. Appl. Phys 80(8) 4649-4654, (1996)  
 
Scientific achievements (Patents、technical papersReviews and book chapters)
 
Review and Book

1    C. Bosshard, M. S. Wong, F. Pan, R. Spreiter, S. Follonier, U. Meier, P. Günter, Novel Organic Crystals for Nonlinear and Electro-Optics in Electrical and Related Properties of Organic Solids-NATO ASI Series (eds. R.W. Munn, A. Miniewicz and B. Kuchta) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherland, 1997, pp. 279-296.
2    M.S. Wong, Ch. Bosshard, F. Pan and P. Günter, “Non-classical Donor-acceptor Chromophores for Second-order Nonlinear Optics”  Adv. Mater. 8(8) 681-(1996) IF=11.2Cited:109


A  Novel Optic & Electronic Devices and Systems

A1 M. Achtenhagen, RJ Beeson,F. Pan and B. Nyman (2001) “ Gain and Noise in Yb Sensitized Er-Doped Fiber Amplifiers: Measurements and Simulations”, J. Lightwave Tech. 19 1521 (2001).IF=2.56Cited:48
A2  Y.Chen, R.Pavlik, C.Visone, F. Pan, E. Gonzales, A. Turukhin, L.Lunardi, D. Al-Salameh, S. Lumish “ 40nm broadband SOS-Raman hybrid amplifier” OFC 2002 Cited:14
A3 F. Pan, K. McCallion and M. Chiappetta ,"Waveguide Fabrication and Fast Electro-optical In-line Modulation in Organic Crystal 4-N,N-dimethylamino-4'N'-methyl-stilbazolium "Appl. Phys. Lett.  74 (4) 492, (1999) IF=3.8Cited:61
 
B   “Proton-Electron Coupling” Crystals
B1  F. Pan, M-S Wong, V. Gramlich, Ch. Bosshard, and P. Günter, "A Novel and perfectly Aligned highly Electro-Optic organic Cocrystal of a Merocyanine Dye and 2,4-Dihydroxybenzaldehyde" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 118, 6315-, (1996) IF=9.0, Cited67
B2  F. Pan, M-S Wong, V. Gramlich, Ch. Bosshard, and P. Günter,  "Short Hydrogen Bonds as a Design Element for Crystal Engineering: Co-Crystallization  of a Highly Nonlinear Optical Merocyanine Dye with Nitrophenol Derivatives"  Chem. Commun. 1557- , (1996) IF=5.6, Cited:20)
B3 F. Pan, M. S. Wong, C. Bosshard, P. Günter, V. Gramlich, Strong Hydrogen Bonds as a Design Element for Developing New Nonlinear Optical Crystals: Co-crystals of Merocyanine Dyes and Nitrophenol Derivatives, Adv. Mater. for Optics & Electronics  6, 261(1996,IF=9.4
B4 M. S. Wong, F. Pan, V. Gramlich, C. Bosshard, P. Günter, Self-Assembly of Acentric Co-crystal of a Highly Hyperpolarizable Merocyanine Dye with Optimized Alignment for Nonlinear Optics, Adv. Mater. 9, 554.(1997) IF=11.2Cited:25)
B5  M.S. Wong, F. Pan, M. Bosch, Ch. Bosshard and P. Günter; V. Gramlich "Novel Electro-optic Molecular Co-Crystals with Ideal Chromophoric Orientation and Large Second-order Optical Nonlinearities,"  J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 15, 426-431 (1998) (IF=2.0, Cited:41)
B6 C. Bosshard, F. Pan, M. S. Wong, S. Manetta, R. Spreiter, C. Cai, P. Günter, V. Gramlich, Nonlinear Optical Organic Co-crystals of Merocyanine Dyes and Phenolic Derivatives with Short Hydrogen Bonds, Chem. Phys. 245, 377-394.(1999)  (IF=2.0, Cited:20)
B7 M. S. Wong, F. Pan, C. Bosshard, P. Günter, Supramolecular Synthesis of Molecular Co-Crystals with Highly Optimized Chromophoric Orientation for Second-Order Nonlinear Optics, ACS-PMSE , 75, 132.(1996)
B8 R. Spreiter, M. S. Wong, F. Pan, Ch. Bosshard, and P. Günter, “A Co-Crystal Containing a Merocyanine Dye, Perfectly Aligned for Electro-Optics” Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe, 126 (1998)
 
C   Novel Electro-optical crystals and Molecular crystal engineering
C1  F. Pan, J.N. Sherwood, "Growth, perfection and properties of Organic Nonlinear Optical Crystal, 4-amino-benzophenone crystal (ABP)" J. Mater. Chem.  7(8) 1383-1388, (1997)  (IF=5.4, Cited:8
C2  F. Pan, R.T. Bailey, F.R. Cruickshank, D. Pugh, J.N. Sherwood, "The Birefringence of the Optically Nonlinear Crystal 4-amino benzophenone J. Appl. Phys 80(8) 4649-4654, (1996)  (IF=2.2Cited:9
C3  F. Pan, M.S. Wong, U. Meier, Ch. Bosshard and P. Günter; "A Highly Efficient Organic Second-order Nonlinear Optical Crystal Based on a  Donor-acceptor Substituted 4-nitrophenylhydrazone"  Appl. Phy. Lett. , 71(15), 2064,  (1997) IF=3.8, Cited:11
C4 M. S. Wong, U. Meier, F. Pan, V. Gramlich, C. Bosshard, P. Günter, Five-Membered Hetero-aromatic Hydrazone Derivatives for Second-Order Nonlinear Optics, Adv. Mater.  8, 416.(1996,) IF=11.2Cited:48
C5  S. Follonier, Ch. Bosshard, U. Meier, G. Knöpfle, C. Serbutoviez, F. Pan, and P. Günter, "New nonlinear-optical organic crystal: 4-dimethyl-aminobenzaldehyde- 4-nitrophenyl-hydrazone," J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 14, 593-601 (1997) IF=2.1Cited:21


D   Highest speed electro-optical crystal (DAST) and Devices
D1 F. Pan, M.S. Wong, Ch. Bosshard and P. Günter, "Growth and Characterization of the Organic Salt Nonlinear Optical crystal: 4-N,N-dimethylamino-4'N'-methyl-stilbazolium Tosylate (DAST)"  Adv. Mater.  8(7), 591-594, (1996) IF=11.2Cited:120)
D2 F. Pan, G. Knöpfle, Ch. Bosshard, S. Follonier, R. Spreiter, M.-S. Wong and P. Günter,     "Electro-optical Properties of the Organic Salt 4-N,N-dimethylamino-4'N'-methyl-stilbazolium Tosylate "  Appl. Phy. Lett.  69(1) 13-15, (1996) IF=3.8, Cited 282)
D3  U. Meier, M. Bösch, Ch. Bosshard, F. Pan, and P. Günter "Parametric interactions in the organic salt 4-N,N-dimethylamino-4′-N′- methyl-stilbazolium tosylate at telecommunication wavelengths", J. Appl. Phys. 83, 3486 (1998); IF=2.2, Cited:128)
D4 R. Spreiter, Ch. Bosshard, F. Pan, and P. Günter, "High-frequency response and acoustic phonon contribution of the linear electro-optic effect in DAST," Opt. Lett. 22, 564-566 (1997) IF=3.5Cited:56)
D5 S. Follonier, Ch. Bosshard, F. Pan, and P. Günter, "Photorefractive Effects Observed in 4-N,N-dimethylamino-4'N'-methyl-stilbazolium Tosylate " Opt. Lett. 21(20) 1655 (1996) IF=3.5Cited:25
D6 P. Y. Han, M. Tani, F. Pan, and X.-C. Zhang, "Use of the organic crystal DAST for terahertz beam applications," Opt. Lett. 25, 675-677 (2000) IF=3.5Cited:135
 
E   Crystal engineering, crystal growth and mechanisms
E1  F. Pan, Ch. Bosshard, M. S. Wong, S. Follonier, and P. Günter; "Polymorphism, Growth and Charactrization of New Organic Nonlinear Optical Crystal:  4-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde -4-nitrophenylhydrazone (DANPH) J. Crystal Growth 165, 273-, (1996) (IF=1.8,Cited:16)
E2  F. Pan, Ch. Bosshard, M-S Wong, and P. Günter, "Selective Growth of Polymorphs: an Investigation of the New Organic Nonlinear Optical Crystal 5-Nitro-2-thiophene-carboxaldehyde -4-methylphenylhydrazone (NTMPH)” Chem. Mater. 9(6) 1328-1334, (1997) (IF=6.3, Cited:47
E3  F. Pan, J.K. Liang, G. Su et al "A new method of enlarging the cross-section of KDP using ADP crystals as seed" Cryst. Res. Technol. 25 1023-1027  (1990) (IF=1.0
E4  F. Pan,  J.K. Liang, G. Su "Growth of KDP crystals by splicing "parallel"-seed in aqueous solution and its mechanism" Cryst. Res. Technol. 25 1385-91 ( 1990) (IF=1.0, Cited:5
E5  F. Pan, J.K. Liang, G. Su, et al "Growing -LiIO3 single crystals using its polycrystalline form as seeds in aqueous solution" Cryst. Res. Technol. 25 K304 - 7, (1990) (IF=1.0
E6  F. Pan,  J.K. Liang, G. Su, et al "Growth of KDP crystals and its mechanism by splicing seeds misoriented in aqueous solution" Cryst. Res. Technol. 26 289-, (1991) (IF=1.0, Cited:1
E7  F. Pan, J.K. Liang, G. Su, et al "Further investigation of growth of spliced KDP seeds and its mechanism" Cryst. Res. Technol. 28 175-180, (1993). (IF=1.0
E8  G. Su, S. Guo, F. Pan, et al “Investigation of the crystal structure and NLO properties of 4-aminobenzophenone derivatives” J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 26 B236 (1993) IF=2.3, Cited:10  
E9  Y. He, G. Su, F. Pan et al “Growth of N-(4-nitrophenyl)-(L)-prolinol (NPP) crystal in organic solvents and its characterization” J. Crystal Growth,113,157-160 (1991) IF=2.0, Cited:8
E10 G. Su, Z. Li, G. Huang, F. Pan “Trihydroxymethylaminomethane high-efficiency x-ray analyser crystal” X-Ray Spectrometry 21, 87–89(1992) IF=1.3, Cited:2
E11 Y. He, G. Su, F. Pan et al “Growth of beryllium sulfate tetrahydrate (BST) crystal in hydrate solution” J. Crystal Growth,113,157-160 (1991) IF=2.0
E12 B. Huang, G. Su F. Pan “Investigation of Capping Growth of Urea in Different Solvents” Cryst. Res. Technol. 26 K147-150, (1991) (IF=1.0
E13 G. Su, J. Wu, F. Pan, et al “Structure-Property Investigation of TAMP, TAMS, and TAMM Crystals” Cryst. Res. Technol. 27 79-81, (1992) (IF=1.0
E14 S. Guo , G. Su, F. Pan , and Y. He “Crystal structure of 4-amino-4′-fluorobenzophenone, C13H10FNO”. Z. Kristallogr. 202 296-297 (1992)(IF=1.5
E15  S. Guo , G. Su, F. Pan , and Y. He “Structure of 4-amino-4'-methylbenzophenone” Acta Cryst. C48, 210-211  (1992)   (IF=0.6