Professor Yang is a polymer chemist with extensive experience in both physical and organic investigation. In recent year, he has been devoting significant effort to the synthesis and properties of metal oxide nanoparticle to be incorporated in polymer matrix for nanoelectronics. His published articles include findings on metal oxides: Fe2O3, CaO, multiferroic BiFeO3, Titania , Mixed Iron−Manganese Oxide,BaTiO3, SrTiO3 and BaxSr1-xTiO3. γ-alumina and YAG. His interest in nanoelectronics includes fast conductance switching, room temperature photomagnetoelectric coupling and ultacapacitors based on nanoelements.  Dr. Yang continues to carry out research on synthesis and properties of novel polymer with well-defined structure: star- & branch polymers for biological applications; Interfacial syntheses of novel materials; Photopolymerization and photodegradation for image formation in polymeric systems; Novel polyacetal chemistry; Applications of FT-NMR and FT-EPR.  


PhD, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn

Scholarship / Publications

M. Apostol, T. Mironava, N-L. Yang, N. Pernodet , M. Rafa, “Cell sheet patterning using photo-cleavable polymers”, Polymer Journal, Nature Publishing, advance online publication 8 June 2011  

C. Cheng and N-L. Yang, “Well-Defined Diblock Macromonomer with a Norbornene Group at Block Junction: Anionic Living Linking Synthesis and Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization,” Macromolecules, 2010, 43 (7), pp 3153–31552

I-W. Chu; K. Su; R. Pirich; N-L. Yang, "Three approaches for the synthesis of multiferroic BiFeO3", Applications and Technology Conference (LISAT),2010 IEEE, pp.1-4, 7-7 May 2010;doi: 10.1109/LISAT.2010.5478337

K. Su, N. Nuraje, L. Zhang, I-W. Chu, H. Matsui, N-L. Yang, “First Preparations and Characterization of Conductive Polymer Crystalline Nanoneedles,”  Macromol. Symposia, Special Issue: Polymers at Frontiers of Science and Technology (2009), 279(1), 1-6

N. Nuraje, K. Su, N-L. Yang, H. Matsui, “Liquid interfacial polymerization to grow singlecrystalline nanoneedles of various conducting polymers”, ACS Nano (2008), 2, 502-506

N-L. Yang, R. Pirich, K. Su, I-W. Chu, “Multiferroic Nanoscale Thin Film Materials, Method of its Facile Syntheses and Magnetoelectric Coupling at Room Temperature” (US 2010/0288964 A1); WO 2010/135265 A1)

N-L. Yang, K. Su, “Preparation of Perovskite Nanocrystals via Reverse Micelles,” US 20100171063