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1. “Engineering nanoscale polarization at the SrTiO3/Ge interface”, T. Le, O. Kurt, J. Ouyang, J. J. Wang, L. Q. Chen, E. L. Lin, J. G. Ekerdt, and Y. H. Ren*, Scripta Materialia 178, 489-492 (2020). 

2. “Strain Engineering of Dischargeable Energy Density of Ferroelectric Thin-Film Capacitors”, J. J. Wang, Y. J. Su, B. Wang, J. Ouyang, Y. H. Ren, and L. Q. Chen, Nano Energy, 72, 104665 (2020).

3. “Local structural changes due to the electric field‐induced migration of oxygen vacancies at Fe‐doped SrTiO3 interfaces”, David Ascienzo, Onur Kurt, Steve Greenbaum, Thorsten J. M. Bayer, Maier Russell, Jianjun Wang, Clive A. Randall, and Yuhang Ren*, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 102, 4353-4366 (2019).

4. “Analysis of ferroelectric nanostructures—spectroscopic methods/second harmonic generation polarimetry”, Y. H. Ren, Nanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications, 339-357 (2019).

5. “Detection of Nanoscale Structural Defects in Degraded Fe-Doped SrTiO3 by Ultrafast Photoacoustic Waves”, Y. Zhang, O. Kurt, D. Ascienzo, Q. Yang, T. Le, S. G. Greenbaum, T. J. M. Bayer, C. A. Randall, Y. H. Ren*, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 122, 12864 (2018).

6. “Optimization of the defects and nonradiative lifetime of undoped GaAs/AlGaAs double heterostructures”, Z. Cevher, P. Folkes, H. Hier, B. VanMil, B. C. Connelly, W. Beck, and Y. H. Ren*, Journal of Applied Physics 123, 161512 (2018).

 7. “Formation of structural defects and strain in electrodegraded Fe‐doped SrTiO3 crystals due to oxygen vacancy migration”, D. Ascienzo, O. Kurt, S. Greenbaum, T. J. M Bayer, R. A Maier, C. A. Randall, Y. H. Ren*, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 101, 2545 (2018).

 8. “Demonstration of ultra-high recyclable energy densities in domain-engineered ferroelectric films”, H. B. Cheng, J. Ouyang*, Y. X. Zhang, D. Ascienzo, Y. Li, Y. Y. Zhao and Y. H. Ren*, Nature Communications, 8, 1999 (2017).

 9. “Nonlinear optical detections of structural distortions at degraded Fe-doped SrTiO3 interfaces” O. Kurt, D. Ascienzo, S. Greenbaum, T. J. M.  Bayer, C. A. Randall, N. Madamopoulos, Y. H. Ren*, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 198, 131 (2017).

 10.  “Experimental demonstration of 55-fs spin canting in photoexcited iron nanoarrays”, Yuhang Ren*, Wei Lai, Zehra Cevher, Yu Gong, and G. P. Zhang, Applied Physics Letters, 110, 082404 (2017).

 11. "Probing electrocolored Fe-doped SrTiO3 bulks using optical second harmonic generation”, D. Ascienzo, S, Greenbaum, T.J.M. Bayer, C. A. Randall, Y. H. Ren*, Acta Materialia, 126, 520 (2017).

 12. "Printable and flexible phototransistors based on blend of organic semiconductor and biopolymer”, J. Huang, J. Du, Z. Cevher, Y. H. Ren, X. Wu, Y. Chu, Advanced Functional Materials, 27, 1604163 (2017).

 13. “Investigation of electric field–induced structural changes at Fe-doped SrTiO3 anode interfaces by second harmonic generation”, D. Ascienzo, H. Yuan, S. Greenbaum, T.J.M. Bayer, R. A. Maier, J. J. Wang, E. C. Dickey, H. B. Zhao, and Y. H. Ren*, Materials 9, 883 (2016).

14. “Observation of structural inhomogeneity at degraded Fe-doped SrTiO3 interfaces”, D. Ascienzo, S. Greenbaum, T.J.M. Bayer, R. Maier, C. A. Randall, Y. H. Ren*, Applied Physics Letters 109, 031602 (2016).

15. "Energy barrier at the N719-dye/CsSnI3 iterface for photogenerated holesin dye-sensitized solar cells", Jin Zhang, Chunhui Yu, Lili Wang, Yizhi Li, Yuhang Ren, Kai Shum, Scientific Reports, 4, 6954 (2014).

16. "Ultrafast optical detection of magnetic inhomogeneity in ferromagnetic La0.67Ca0.33MnO3", Y. Gong, Z. Zhang, D. Ascienzo, Y. Abranyos, H. B. Zhao, G. Lupke, Qi Li, Y. H. Ren, Europhysics Letters, 108, 17010 (2014).

 17. "One-pot synthesis and characterization of chalcopyrite CuInS2 nanoparticles", Chivin Sun, Zehra Cevher, Jin Zhang, Bo Gao, Kai Shum, and Yuhang Ren, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2, 10629 (2014).

 

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