Vivian YAM Lab
Prof. Vivian Wing-Wah YAM
ORCID: 0000-0001-8349-4429
ResearcherID: D-3150-2009

Office: Room 504, Chong Yuet Ming Chemistry Building, The University of Hong Kong

Phone: 2859-2153

Fax: 2857-1586

Email: wwyam@hku.hk

Full Curriculum Vitae

Awards and Honors

Selected Major Research Programmes
2010-18Project Coordinator and Principal Investigator, "Institute of Molecular Functional Materials" supported by UGC Areas of Excellence (AoE) Scheme (5th Round)
2013-17Principal investigator, “Phosphorus-Containing π-Conjugated Molecular Materials - Design, Synthesis and Their Supramolecular Assembly for Light-Emitting, Light-Harvesting, Electronic Communication and Charge Transport Functions” supported by ANR-RGC Joint Research Scheme Award
2011-16Project Coordinator and Principal Investigator, “Challenges in Organic Photo-Voltaics and Light Emitting Diodes - A Concerted Multi-Disciplinary and Multi-Institutional Effort” supported by RGC Theme-Based Research Scheme (TBRS) (1st Round)
2019-21Principal Investigator, “Highly Efficient Vacuum-Deposited Gold-Based OLEDs Towards Practical Operational Stability” supported by the Innovation and Technology Support Programme (ITSP) Platform Research Projects Scheme of the Innovation and Technology Fund (ITF).
2015-18Principal investigator, “Solution-Processable Gold-Based OLED and WOLED Materials” supported by the Innovation and Technology Support Programme (ITSP) Guangdong-Hong Kong Technology Cooperation Funding Scheme (Tier 2) of the Innovation and Technology Fund (ITF)
2007-08Principal investigator, "Luminescent Gold-Based Materials for Organic Light-Emitting Device (OLED) Applications" supported by World Gold Council (GROW Programme), UK (registered in Switzerland)

Principal investigator of 1 AoE, 1 TBRS, 1 ANR-RGC, 31 General Research Fund (GRF), 4 ITF, 1 National Natural Science Foundation of China / Research Grants Council Joint Research Scheme (NSFC-RGC), 1 Collaborative Research Fund (CRF) and 1 Special Equipment Grant (SEG) (co-PI)

Convenor of the University's Strategic Research Theme (SRT) on Organic Optoelectronics (2004-08), SRT on Molecular Materials (2008-13) and SRT New Materials (since 2013)