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Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics (WNLO) Progress in Papers

Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics (WNLO) Progress in Papers

It’s reported that totally 17 papers first authored or corresponding authored by researchers of the Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics have been published on Nature, Science, Cell, and other world-recognized journals from 2010to 2016.Among the papers 4 were published in Science, 2 in Nature Photonics, and 7 in Nature Communications. All these papers have been cited 1995 times by SCI in total with the highest single paper citation as 780 times and per thesis average citation 117.35 times. Four papers, namely “Efficient and stable large-area perovskite solar cells with inorganic charge extraction layers” (Professor Chen Wei as the first author) and “A hole-conductor-free, fully printable mesoscopic perovskite solar cell with high stability” (Professor Han Hongwei as the corresponding author) in Science, “Thin-film Sb2Se3 photovoltaics with oriented one-dimensional ribbons and benign grain boundaries” (Professor Tang Jiang as the corresponding author) in Nature Photonics, and “Terabit free-space data transmission employing orbital angular momentum multiplexing” (Professor Wang Jian as first author and correspondent) in Nature Photonics, have been selected as the ESI Highly cited papers.

Meanwhile, the past several years have witnessed a significant increase in the published paper growth rates on OE and OL.Totally 531papers have been published in these two journals from 2009 to 2016. The quantities of papers on OE and OL authored by WNLO researchers have grown rapidly with each passing year (see the upper chart). Compared with world-known optical institutions, Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics comes out top in papers quantities, growth rates and cited times on OE and OL.

Note: all data came from the Web of Science database, and the citing deadline was February 15, 2017.

ESI highly cited papers refer to the SCI papers published in the past 10 years within the world's top 1% cited times in the corresponding disciplines