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有机化学(有机电子方向)专业双学位硕士研究生(中外合作办学)培养方案(中英文版)

一、专业介绍

有机化学是化学一级学科所属的二级学科,有机电子方向注重与材料、半导体器件制备与工艺交叉融合,聚焦有机电子器件的动态载流子行为、界面机制和力学失配机制,以研究半导体薄膜力学性质为核心,探索有机半导体的设计理论,同时关注面向信息显示、信息存储与处理、照明、传感、能源转化与存储所需的有机半导体理论与器件工艺。有机电子方向主要包括有机半导体材料的设计合成、有机半导体材料的电子结构设计、薄膜凝聚态行为和有机光电器件的制备与优化,是目前国际学术前沿方向。

西北工业大学有机化学2011年获批获批一级学科博士学位、硕士学位授权点,有机电子方向主要依托柔性电子研究院建设。柔性电子研究院是由有机电子与柔性电子领域的代表性人物黄维院士领衔、学科高度交叉融合的综合性研究机构,旨在通过解决柔性电子研究中的关键科学问题,孕育颠覆性技术,打造创新引领、国家倚重、社会信任、国际知名的高端科技智库,同时服务国家重大战略需求、“一带一路”倡议和地方经济发展,形成高端创新创业平台引领示范效应,支撑国家军民融合战略和产业转型发展实现换道超越和开道超车,打造柔性电子国家重点实验室和相关产业发展建设支撑平台。研究院围绕柔性有机电子材料与器件、柔性纳米电子材料与器件、柔性生物电子材料与器件、柔性能源电子材料与器件等研究方向,已建成“柔性电子材料与器件工业与信息化部重点实验室”、“陕西省柔性电子重点实验室”、“西安市柔性电子重点实验室”和“西安市柔性电子工程技术研发中心”等研究平台,现有实验室面积逾12400平方米,建设投资8000多万元,拥有核磁共振波谱仪、共聚焦成像系统、多波长半导体激光器、真空镀膜及手套箱一体设备、高效液相色谱、光电测试系统、细胞能量代谢实时测定仪、小动物活体光学成像系统、荧光光谱、中压层析仪等实验测试与分析装置,可以为高水平科研与技术研发提供支撑。

有机电子方向现有中国科学院院士1人,美国/俄罗斯/德国/马来西亚院士5人,教育部“国家级人才”4人,国家杰出青年科学基金获得者5人,中组部国家级人才计划入选者2人,“万人计划”入选者2人,优秀青年科学基金获得者3人,中组部国家级青年人才计划入选者11人,全部核心成员均具有多年海外学习和工作经历。近年来,承担省部级以上科研课题300余项,其中国家973项目3项,国家重点研发计划项目6项,国家杰出青年科学基金5项,国家自然科学基金重点项目、面上项目、青年项目100余项,教育部重大培育基金、重点项目2项。在以Nature MaterialsNature NanotechnologyNature PhotonicsNature ChemistryNature Communications等为代表的国际顶级和权威学术期刊上发表高水平学术论文2000余篇。国内外发明专利300余项,获美国、新加坡和中国专利授权180余项。

伦敦玛丽女王大学成立于1887年,现为罗素集团(英国在科研、教学及社会合作方面最优秀的24所大学组成的大学联盟)成员之一,在2014年英国卓越研究框架(REF)中排名第9,2017年教学卓越框架奖银奖、泰晤士报全世界国际化程度最高大学的排名中位列前25, 2019年QS世界大学排名119位。作为在英国第一所建立材料工程学科的大学,材料科学是伦敦玛丽女王大学最有影响力的学科专业之一,多次被英国政府评为5星级,2011年全国学生联合会发起的满意度调查结果排名全英第一。工程与材料科学学院主要围绕材料组织、结构、性能关系及材料设计、成型、应用等全流程为学生提供精英素质教育和卓越专业教育,从2008年至今,科研能力与水平始终占据英国前五位。

2016年经教育部批准,两校进行中外合作办学,成立1991金沙cc官方(下简称学院),提供优质的国际化本科教育。在本科生培养的基础上,学院充分利用两校在材料领域的优势教育资源,提升办学层次,依托柔性电子研究院、中英先进材料与结构联合研究院和柔性电子与健康科学国际联合研究中心等高水平科研平台及国际化教学科研团队,深度融合双方教育资源和办学理念,中西合璧,强强联合,开展有机化学(有机电子方向)双学位硕士研究生人才培养,培养具有坚实自然科学基础和深厚的工程技术知识、宽广的国际化视野、较强的创新思维和能力,能在有机电子领域独立从事科研或胜任工程技术相关工作的国际化创新人才。

二、培养目标

1.具有浓厚家国情怀和强烈社会责任感、良好的学术道德和敬业精神、身心健康,综合素质高的新时代中国特色社会主义事业合格建设者和可靠接班人。

2.熟练掌握自然科学和工程基础类知识,以及本学科领域坚实的基础理论和系统的专门知识,较为深入了解有机光电材料的合成方法学、有机光电材料的结构和构效关系,具备化学结构研究与分析能力,具备较强的独立从事科学研究的能力及工程实践能力。

3.具有娴熟的英语听说读写能力及全球化国际视野,较强的创新意识和能力,严谨的科研作风,良好的合作精神,能够进行自主学习和终身学习。

三、培养方向

研究方向

主要内容

有机电子材料的合成方法学

1)手性发光材料

2)不对称催化

3)大π共轭化合物

4)n-型有机半导体

物理有机化学

1)有机长余辉

2)刺激响应性材料

3)光化学反应

4)激发态的动力学过程

有机自由基材料

1)空气稳定有机自由基

2)自由基中的自旋分布

3)有机自由基导体与半导体

4)有机自由基发光材料

有机电子器件

1)有机太阳能电池

2)有机电致发光二极管

3)有机场效应晶体管

4)柔性传感器件

四、学制与学位

学制:硕士研究生学制3年,其中在伦敦玛丽女王大学学习不少于9个月,课程学习应至少取得29学分。

学位:学生完成全部培养环节并通过学位论文答辩后,将获得西北工业大学硕士研究生毕业证书、理学硕士学位证书及伦敦玛丽女王大学理学硕士学位证书(Master of Science)。

五、课程模块设置与学分分布,共13门课程,29学分

◆公共课模块(3门课程),6学分/108学时;

◆基础理论课模块(1门课程),3学分/60学时;

◆专业核心课模块(8门课程),18学分/360学时;

◆综合素养课模块(1门课程),2学分/40学时;

除思政课程(3学分)外,采用全英文教学,英方授课16学分、中方授课9学分,引进7门英方课程包括科学工程英语、专业工程方法及先进高分子合成等5门专业核心课程,满足《中华人民共和国中外合作办学条例实施办法》相关规定,即:

◆引进外方课程门数(7门)占总课程门数(13门)53.8%;

◆引进外方专业核心课程门数(5门)占总专业核心课程门数(8门)62.5%;

◆外方教师承担的专业核心课程的门数(5门)占总课程门数(13门)38.5%;

◆外方教师承担的专业核心课程的学时数(220学时)占总课程学时数(568学时)38.7%。

具体课程如下(课程代码以Q开头为英方教师授课,以N开头为中方教师英文授课,以M开头为教育部规定必修中文授课的政治课程):

1.公共课(学位必修课,6学分)

课程编号

课程名称

学时

学分

开课学期

修课要求

考核方式

M13G11001

中国特色社会主义理论与实践研究

36

2

1, 2

必修

考试

M13G11002

自然辩证法概论

18

1

1

必修

考试

QXU7111

科学工程英语

54

3

1

必修

考查

2.基础理论课(学位必修课,3学分)

课程编号

课程名称

学时

学分

开课学期

修课要求

考核方式

NXC7105

热力学与统计物理

60

3

1

必修

考试

3.专业核心课(学位必修课,18学分)

课程编号

课程名称

学时

学分

开课学期

修课要求

考核方式

NXC7206

高等有机化学

60

3

1

必修

考试

QXU7033

先进高分子合成

60

3

1

必修

考试

NXC7205NXC7208

超分子化学(二选一)

有机金属化学(二选一)

40

2

2

必修

考试

NXC7209

NXC7220

分子光谱学(二选一)

电化学(二选一)

40

2

2

必修

考试

QLU7301

材料的环境特性

40

2

3

必修

考试

QLU7302

塑料电子材料

40

2

3

必修

考试

QLU7401

能源材料及装置

40

2

4

必修

考试

QLU7404

高分子流变学

40

2

4

必修

考试

4.综合素养课(学位必修课,2学分)

课程编号

课程名称

学时

学分

开课学期

修课要求

考核方式

QXU7211

专业工程方法

40

2

2

必修

考查

课程模块与学分分布表

课程模块

课程代码

课程名称

学时/

学分

考核分配

各学期学时分配

考试

考查

讲课

实验

(上机)

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

公共课

公共课

M13G11001

中国特色社会主义理论与实践研究

36/2.0


36


18/1.0

18/1.0





M13G11002

自然辨证法概论

18/1.0


18


18/1.0






QXU7111

科学工程英语

54/3.0


54


54/3.0







小计

108/6.0











基础理论

基础理论

NXC7105

热力学与统计物理

60/3.0


60


60/3.0







小计

60/3.0











专业核心

专业核心

NXC7206

高等有机化学

60/3.0


60


60/3.0






QXU7033

先进高分子合成

40/2.0


40


40/2.0






NXC7205

NXC7208

超分子化学

有机金属化学

40/2.0


40



40/2.0





NXC7209

NXC7220

分子光谱学

电化学

40/2.0


40



40/2.0





QLU7301

材料的环境特性

40/2.0


40




40/2.0




QLU7302

塑料电子材料

40/2.0


40




40/2.0




QLU7401

能源材料及装置

40/2.0


40





40/2.0



QLU7404

高分子流变学

40/2.0


40





40/2.0




小计

360/18.0











综合素养

综合素养

QXU7211

专业工程方法

40/2.0


40



40/2.0






小计

40/2.0











总学时/学分合计:568//29.0

附注说明:课程代码以Q开头为英方教师授课,以N开头为中方教师英文授课,以M开头为教育部规定必修中文授课的政治课程

六、培养方式

学院成立学术委员会,负责培养过程、教学质量的监督保障、论文答辩等事项。

学生培养采用双导师制,分别来自西北工业大学和伦敦玛丽女王大学,导师在硕士研究生培养中起主导作用。学生在录取时确定导师。学位论文由双导师共同指导完

硕士研究生学制3学年,其中在伦敦玛丽女王大学学习不少于9个月。

课程学习是硕士研究生培养的重要环节,需同时达到两校的学分标准,且在申请学位论文答辩前必须修完所规定的学分。

1.课程学习

(1)在西北工业大学完成公共课、基础理论课、综合素养课和部分专业核心课学习。在双方导师的指导下,选择研究方向,完成论文的文献综述。

(2)在伦敦玛丽女王大学完成专业核心课学习,并在双方导师的指导下,开展学术论文研究工作,进行论文开题。

(3)在西北工业大学和伦敦玛丽女王大学相继开展论文研究工作,并在双方导师共同指导下完成全部培养环节、论文中期考核、论文撰写及最终答辩。

(4)专业工程方法课程内容包括:科学道德与学术规范、知识产权、解决问题的方法、项目管理、心理学、职业规划、学术文献查阅、学术论文撰写辅导等内容。

(5)硕士研究生还需在西北工业大学学习期间,完成综合实践环节。综合实践环节着重培养硕士研究生综合素质,采用教学实践、科技创新、社会服务、文化建设、挂职锻炼、志愿者活动等多种方式进行,可在短学期或假期进行。综合实践结束后应填写《西北工业大学硕士研究生综合实践总结表》,由中方导师写出评语并附综合实践实施单位意见,一同归入学生档案。

2.论文研究工作

(1)文献综述

学生在录取时即确定双方导师。入校后,在导师指导下,选择研究方向,在第一学年结束前,提交相关研究方向的“文献综述”。

(2)论文开题

论文开题工作是硕士研究生进行学位论文工作的起点,最迟应在第三学期末之前进行。开题报告应就选题的科学意义、选题背景、研究内容、预期目标、研究方法和课题条件等做出论证。

硕士研究生向学术委员会汇报论文开题报告,委员会进行严格评审并给出评审意见。评审通过者,准予继续进行论文研究工作,不合格者予以警告并限期整改,重新进行论文开题汇报,评审仍不合格者终止培养或走其他分流途径。

(3)中期考核

硕士研究生在论文开题后6个月左右时间,应提交论文中期进展报告,报告应包括:论文工作是否按开题报告预定的内容及论文计划进度进行;已完成的研究内容,参加的科研学术情况;目前存在的或预期可能出现的问题,拟采用的解决方案等;下一步的工作计划和研究内容。

根据论文中期的研究进展和学科发展,允许学生对论文开题时的论文选题(题目、内容、研究计划等)做出必要的调整。申请学位论文答辩时,学位论文的主要内容应与中期考核后确定的学位论文的内容基本一致。

在学术委员会同意下可成立相关研究方向的考核小组,考核小组由至少三名副教授(含)以上职称人员组成(不含导师),设组长1人,考核小组负责对硕士生提交的论文中期进展报告进行严格审查。审查合格者,准予继续进行论文研究工作,不合格者予以警告并限期整改,重新提交报告,再次考核仍不合格者终止培养或走其他分流途径。

(4)学位论文撰写

硕士学位论文在双方导师指导下独立完成,是系统完整的学术研究工作的总结。论文应具有较好的学术性和相当的工作量,利用现有的或创新的理论或方法解决了本学科的科学问题,进行必要的理论分析并得到正确结果。具体要求参照《西北工业大学关于学位论文撰写的规定》和《伦敦玛丽女王大学硕士学位论文撰写标准》执行。

(5)学位论文答辩

在学术委员会同意下组织成立论文答辩委员会,按照两校学位评定委员会的相关规定和论文规定要求对学生论文答辩进行评定。

七、双学位硕士研究生招生入学要求

1.参加硕士研究生全国统一入学考试,达到西北工业大学研究生复试基本分数线以上,通过学院组织的复试,择优录取;

2.符合西北工业大学硕士研究生推免生要求的考生,通过教育部“全国推荐优秀应届本科毕业生免试攻读研究生信息公开暨管理服务系统”对学院相关专业提出申请,并通过学院组织的复试;

3、英语要求:雅思成绩不低于6.0分(写作不低于5.5分);或托福不低于60分(写作不低于18分);或考生在入学西工大金沙app下载大厅前五年内,获得了由英语教学的学位且其成绩单和学位能够清楚的表明该学位是以英语教学并考试的。

八、双学位硕士研究生学生管理

1991金沙cc官方负责硕士研究生招生、学籍注册、学生管理、教学管理、学生培养等相关工作。柔性电子研究院协助选派导师、学业指导、提供研究平台等相关工作。

授课教师名单

课程编码

课程名称

授课教师

性别

职称

NXC7105

热力学与统计物理

纪雷

教授

NXC7206

高等有机化学

荣子强

教授

NXC7205

电化学

韩云虎

教授

NXC7208

超分子化学

于涛

教授

NXC7209

金属有机化学

鲁神赐

教授

NXC7220

分子光谱学

史俊清

助理教授

QXU7111

科学工程英语

Kathryn Richardson

教授

QXU7033

先进高分子合成

Julien Gautrot

副教授

QLU7301

材料的环境特性

Ana Sobribo

副教授

QLU7302

塑料电子材料

Oliver Fenwick

副教授

QLU7401

能源材料及装置

Joe Briscoe

副教授

QLU7404

高分子流变学

Emiliano Bilotti

副教授

QXU7211

专业工程方法

Yousef Zawahreh

副教授

导师名单

序号

姓名

性别

职称

研究方向

1

黄 维

教授/院士

有机光电子、柔性电子

2

刘小钢

教授

上转换发光材料、超分子化学、催化表面科学以及纳米生物探针 (1)DNA修饰纳米颗粒; (2)纳米材料;(3) 过渡金属基催化剂; (4)稀土掺杂发光纳米粒子

3

霍峰蔚

教授

多孔配位聚合物复合材料,选择性催化,纳米印刷等

4

李林

教授

合成小分子生物功能调节的有机/生物医学光子学

5

李鹏

教授

生物医用有机材料

6

于海东

教授

新型分析技术和新型纳米材料

7

陈永华

教授

钙钛矿太阳能电池、发光及探测器

8

付振乾

教授

不对称催化、手性分子的合成方法学、手性有机光电材料

9

林宗琼

教授

有机半导体微纳米结构的自组装、分子设计合成与电化学性质

10

荣子强

教授

有机合成方法学、过渡金属催化、有机小分子催化、不对称催化

11

韩云虎

教授

二氧化碳化学固定催化剂

12

Igor Perepichka

教授

有机和高分子材料化学,有机/塑料电子学,光子学和纳米电子学

13

James Busfield

教授

实验和理论聚合物物理,橡胶和弹性体的建模

14

Emiliano Bilotti

副教授

自供电传感器、纳米技术

15

Joe Briscoe

副教授

可再生能源应用的纳米结构材料

16

Ana Jorge Sobrido

副教授

能量转换和存储装置的新型电活性材料

17

Zhe Li

副教授

可再生能源材料,半导体,光电子,太阳能电池,光电探测器,材料工程,薄膜制造和特性化

18

Han Zhang

助理教授

智能多功能材料、分层复合材料和纳米材料

19

Oliver Fenwick

助理教授

电子器件材料







Organic Electronics

Education Programme

forDouble Degrees Postgraduates

(QMUL Engineering School, NPU)

1.Programme Introduction

Organic Chemistry is a secondary discipline subordinated to chemistry discipline. It pays attention to the integration of organic electronics with materials and semiconductor device preparation and technology, while focuses on the dynamic carrier behavior, interface mechanism and mechanical mismatch mechanism of organic electronic devices. By studying the mechanical properties of semiconductor films, it explores the design theory of organic semiconductors, and focuses on new flexible organic electronic devices that are for information display, information storage and processing, lighting, sensing, energy conversion and storage, and organic semiconductor theory and device technology that are needed by systems. Organic electronics field includes the design and synthesis of organic semiconductors, the electronic structure design of organic semiconductors, the condensation behavior of thin films and the preparation and optimization of organic optoelectronic devices, which enjoys the frontier field in international academic research.

Organic Chemistry discipline of Northwest Polytechnical University (hereinafter referred to as NPU) was approved as the authorised for doctoral and master's degrees in first-class disciplines in 2011. Organic electronics is constructed mainly by the Institute of Flexible Electronics (hereinafter referred to as IFE). (Organic Electronics) The IFE is a comprehensive research institute with a high degree of interdisciplinary integration, headed by Academician Huang Wei, a representative in the field of organic electronics and flexible electronics. It aims to foster subversive technology and establish innovation leadership, national dependence, social trust and internationally recognisable high-end technology think tank by solving key scientific problems in flexible electronics research. At the same time, it serves the country's major strategic needs and "The Belt and Road" initiative and local economic development, forges a high-end innovation and entrepreneurship platform to exert its leadership and demonstration effect, supports the national civil and military integration strategy and industrial transformation and development, and builds a supporting platform for the development and construction of the state key laboratory of flexible electronics and related industries.

Focusing on the research directions of flexible organic electronic materials and devices, flexible nano-electronic materials and devices, flexible bioelectronic materials and devices, and flexible energy electronic materials and devices, the IFE has established the “Flexible Electronic Materials and Devices Key Laboratory of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology”, “ Flexible Electronics Key Laboratory of Shaanxi Province”, “Xi'an Flexible Electronics Key Laboratory” and “Xi'an Flexible Electronics Engineering Technology Research and Development Centre”. With more than 12400 square meters of the existing laboratory area and more than 80 million yuan of the construction investment, the IFE owns the nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, confocal imaging system, multi-wavelength semiconductor lasers, integrating device of vacuum coating and glove box, high performance liquid chromatography, photoelectric testing system, real-time measuring instrument of cell energy metabolism, optical imaging system of small animals in vivo, fluorescence spectrum, medium pressure chromatography and other experimental testing and analysis devices, which can support for high-level scientific research and technological development.

The IFE has one academician from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, five academicians from the United States, Russia, Germany and Malaysia, four "Yangtze River Scholars" from the Ministry of Education, five winners of the Outstanding Youth Fund, two winners of the "1000Talents Programme" from the Central Group Department, two winners of the "10000Talents Programme ", three winners of the Outstanding Youth Science Fund and eleven candidates of the national young talent programme of the central organisation department. All the core members have many years of overseas study and work experience. In recent years, it has undertaken more than 300 scientific research projects at or above the provincial and ministerial levels, including three national 973 projects, six national key R&D projects, five projects of national outstanding youth science funds, more than 100 national natural science fund key projects, surface projects and youth projects, and two major cultivation funds and key projects of the Ministry of Education. More than 2000 high-level academic papers have been published in international top and authoritative academic journals, such asNature Materials, Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Photonics, Nature Chemistry and Nature Communications. More than 300 invention patents have been granted at home and abroad, and more than 180 patents have been granted by the United States, Singapore and China.

Queen Mary University of London (hereinafter referred to as QMUL), founded in 1887, is a member of Russell Group (a coalition of 24 best universities in research, teaching and social cooperation in the UK). It ranks the 9thin 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) in the UK, and won the silver award for the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework. It has the accreditation of the top 25 world universities in view of internationalization according to The Times and ranks 119thin 2019 QS World University Rankings. As the first university in the UK to establish the subject of materials engineering, materials science is one of the most influential disciplines in QMUL, which has been awarded five-star by the British government for many times and ranks first in terms of satisfaction survey sponsored by the National Student Federation in 2011 in the UK. Since 2008, the School of Engineering and Materials Sciences of QMUL has always been the top five in the UK in terms of scientific research ability. It provides elite quality education and excellent professional education for students in the whole process of organic chemistry, polymer material organization, structure and performance relationship, and material design, shaping and application.

In 2016,approved by the Ministry of Education of China, NPU and QMUL have launched a joint educational institutenamed Queen Mary University of London Engineering School, Northwestern Polytechnical University (hereinafter referred to as QMES) in order to providehigh-quality international undergraduate education. On the basis of undergraduate education, relying on high-level scientific research platforms and the international teaching and research teams such as the Institute of Flexible Electronics and the Sino-British Joint Research Institute of Advanced Materials and Structures, QMES deeply integrates the superior educational resources and education philosophies of the two universities in the field of materials to carry out the double masters education programme of Organic Electronics so as to enhance the education level of Sino-foreign joint education. The aim is to cultivate students to become the international innovative talents with solid natural science foundation and profound engineering technology knowledge, international perspective and international competitiveness, and innovative thinking and ability, capable of independently doing scientific research or undertaking engineering technology related work in the field of organic electronics.

2. Educational Aims

(1)Be equipped to become a qualified builder and reliable successor of the Socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era with a strong sense of love for nation and family and social responsibility, good academic ethics and professionalism, physical and mental health, and high comprehensive quality.

(2)Be equipped to be proficient in natural science and solid basic theory such as Synthesis methodology of organic photoelectric materials, structure and structure-activity relationship of organic photoelectric materials; be equipped with the ability to research and analysis on chemical structure and to independently engage in scientific research and engineering practice

(3)Be equipped with the fluently skills in English listening, speaking, reading and writing, global international perspective, innovative consciousness and ability, rigorous scientific research style, good spirit of cooperation, and the ability of self-learning and lifelong learning.

3. Research Interests

Research interests

Main contents

Synthetic Methodologies for Organic Electronic Materials

1) Chiral Luminescent Materials

2) Asymmetric Catalysis

3) Organic Large-πCompounds

4) n-Type Organic Semiconductors

Physical Organic Chemistry

5)Ultra-long Organic Phosphorescence

6)Stimuli-Responsive Materials

7)Photochemical Reactions

8)Dynamic Processes of Excited States

Organic Radical-based Materials

5)Air-Stable Organic Radicals

6)Spin-Distribution in Organic Radicals

7)Organic Radical Conductors and Semiconductors

8)Luminescent Organic Radicals

Organic Electronic Devices

1) Organic Photovoltaics

2) Organic Light-Emitting Diodes

3) Organic Field-Effect Transistors

4) Flexible Sensing Devices

4. Qualification and Degree Certificate

Schooling years:3 years including no less than 9 months studying in QMUL, at least 29 credits needed.

Degree:After completing the whole education process and successfully defensing the dissertation, the postgraduate students will be awarded diploma by NPU, MSc degree by NPU and MSc degree by QMUL.

5. Modules and Credits/Hours, 13 Modules in Total with 29 Credits

uPublic modules (3 modules), 6 credits/108 hours;

uFundamental modules (1 module), 3 credits/60 hours;

uTechnical core modules (8 modules), 18 credits/360 hours;

uComprehensive module (1 module), 2 credits/40 hours;

Except for ideological and political theory modules (3 credits), 16 credits taught by QMUL and 9 credits taught by NPU with fully English teaching. 7 introduced modules include English for Science and Engineering,Professional Engineering Methods,Advanced Polymer Synthesis and other 5 technical core modules,satisfying the requirement ofRegulations of the People’s Republic of China on Chinese-Foreign Cooperation in Running Schools, which are:

◆numbers of introduced modules (7) take 53.8% of numbers of total modules (13);

◆numbers of introduced major core modules (5) take 62.5% of numbers of total major modules (8);

◆numbers of QMUL teaching major core modules (5) take 38.5% of numbers of total modules (13);

◆class hours of QMUL teaching major core modules (220) take 38.7% of class hours of total modules (568).

Module distribution in details is as below:

(Module code reference: Modules beginning with Code Q are taught by QMUL. Modules beginning with Code N are taught by NPU in English. Modules beginning with Code M are the compulsory modules taught by NPU in Chinese according to MoE regulations.)

(1)Public modules (3 modules, 6 credits)

Module Code

Module Name

Hours

Credits

Opening semester

Compulsory or elective

Exam or assessment

M13G11001

Research on the Theory and Practice of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

36

2

1, 2

Compulsory

Exam

M13G11002

Dialectics of Nature

18

1

1

Compulsory

Exam

QXU7111

English for Science and Engineering

54

3

1

Compulsory

Assessment

(2)Fundamental modules (1 module, 3 credits)

Module Code

Module Name

Hours

Credits

Opening semester

Compulsory or elective

Exam or assessment

NXC7105

Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics

60

3

1

Compulsory

Exam

(3)Technical core modules (8 modules, 18 credits)

Module Code

Module Name

Hours

Credits

Opening semester

Compulsory or elective

Exam or assessment

NXC7206

Advanced Organic Chemistry

60

3

1

Compulsory

Exam

QXU7033

Advanced Polymer Synthesis

60

3

1

Compulsory

Exam

NXC7205

NXC7208

Supramolecular Chemistry (Option A)

Organometallic Chemistry (Option B)

40

2

2

Compulsory

Exam

NXC7209

NXC7220

Molecular Spectroscopy (Option A)

Electrochemistry (Option B)

40

2

2

Compulsory

Exam

QLU7301

Environmental Properties of Materials

40

2

3

Compulsory

Exam

QLU7302

Plastic Electronic Materials

40

2

3

Compulsory

Exam

QLU7401

Energy Materials and Devices

40

2

4

Compulsory

Exam

QLU7404

Polymer Rheology

40

2

4

Compulsory

Exam

(4)Comprehensive module (1 module, 2 credits)

Module Code

Module Name

Hours

Credits

Opening semester

Compulsory or elective

Exam or assessment

QXU7211

Professional Engineering Methods

40

2

2

Compulsory

Assessment

Curriculum Modules and Credits Table

Module

Module Code

Module Name

Hours/ Credits

Exam/Assessment

Allocation of Hours

Exam

Assess

Lecture

Experiment

Sem

1st

Sem

2nd

Sem

3rd

Sem

4th

Sem

5th

Sem

6th

Public Modules

Public Modules

M13G11001

Research on the Theory and Practice of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

36/2.0


36


18/1.0

18/1.0





M13G11002

Dialectics of Nature

18/1.0


18


18/1.0






QXU7111

English for Science and Engineering

54/3.0


54


54/3.0







Total

108/6.0











Fundamental Modules

Fundamental Modules

NXC7105

Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics

60/3.0


60


60/3.0







Total

60/3.0











Technical Core Modules

Technical Core Modules

NXC7206

Advanced Organic Chemistry

60/3.0


60


60/3.0






QXU7033

Advanced Polymer Synthesis

40/2.0


40


40/2.0






NXC7205

NXC7208

Supramolecular Chemistry (Option A)

Organometallic Chemistry (Option B)

40/2.0


40



40/2.0





NXC7209

NXC7220

Molecular Spectroscopy (Option A)

Electrochemistry (Option B)

40/2.0


40



40/2.0





QLU7301

Environmental Properties of Materials

40/2.0


40




40/2.0




QLU7302

Plastic Electronic Materials

40/2.0


40




40/2.0




QLU7401

Energy Materials and Devices

40/2.0


40





40/2.0



QLU7404

Polymer Rheology

40/2.0


40





40/2.0




Total

360/18.0











Comprehensive Module

Comprehensive Modules

QXU7211

Professional Engineering Methods

40/2.0


40



40/2.0






Total

40/2.0











Total hours / total credits:568//29.0

Reference: Modules beginning with Code Q are taught by QMUL. Modules beginning with Code N are taught by NPU in English. Modules beginning with Code M are the compulsory modules taught by NPU in Chinese according to MoE regulations.

6. Education Plan

TheAcademic Committeeof QMES is in charge of supervising and guaranteeing the education process of double master degree, teaching quality and the viva examination of the final dissertation/project.

Dual tutors mechanism is adopted in this double master programme. Respectively coming from NPU and QMUL, two tutors play a leading role in the cultivation process and will be decided when postgraduates are registered. The final dissertation/project is co-directed by dual tutors.

Schooling years are 3 years including no less than 9 months studying in QMUL.

Taught modulesenjoy the important part of the education plan for the postgraduates who are required to complete enough credits, satisfying the credit requirements of both NPU and QMUL, before the viva examination.

1) Taught modules

(1)Students study public modules, fundamental modules, comprehensive modules and part of technical core modules in NPU, and decide their choices on research interests and complete the literature review for their dissertations under the guidance of dual tutors.

(2)Students study all the technical core modules in QMUL, and start their academic research work and submit their dissertation plans supervised by the dual tutors.

(3)Students continue their research work in NPU and QMUL and complete all the requirements, pass mid-term dissertation assessment, finish writing their dissertations and pass the final viva examination under the instruction of their dual tutors.

(4)The contents of Professional Engineering Methods include: scientific ethics and academic norms, intellectual property rights, problem solving methods, project management, psychology, career planning, academic literature review, academic paper writing guidance and so on.

(5)Students should complete the comprehensive industrial/social practice in NPU. It focuses on cultivating the comprehensive abilities of postgraduates by means of attending activities such as teaching practice, scientific and technological innovation, social service, cultural training, taking a temporary post and volunteer activities. After the practice students need to complete the form titledFeedback on the Industrial/Social Practice for NPU Postgraduateswith their NPU tutors’remarks and comments from the organizations where students have done their practice, which is kept in their files.

2) Project/dissertation scheme

(1) Literature review

Dual tutors will be decided when postgraduates are registered and supervise students to choose their research interests. Students should submit the literature review before the end of the 1stacademic year.

(2) The opening report review

The final project/dissertation starts with the opening report review which should demonstrate the scientific significance, background, research content, expected objectives, research methods and conditions of the topic. The opening report review should be reported to the Academic Committee for comments no later than the 3rdsemester.

Those who pass the review shall be allowed to continue the final project/dissertation. Those who fail to pass the review shall be warned and asked to revise it within a specified time period. They shall submit the report again for review. Those who fail to pass the review again shall terminate the programme or find other cultivating ways.

(3) Mid-term review

Students should submit a mid-term progress report about 6 months after the opening report passed. The progress report shall include whether the work of the project/dissertation is carried out according to the scheduled content of the opening report and the progress of the project/dissertation plan, the completed research content, the summary of scientific and academic research participated, the existing or anticipated problems, the proposed solutions, subsequent work plan and research content, etc.

During the progress students are allowed to make necessary adjustments to the project/dissertation (title,content, research plan, etc.). However, the main content of project/dissertation should be basically consistent with the content of mid-term progress report when students having the viva examination of the final project/dissertation.

A review team can be established under the consent of the Academic Committee. It should consist of at least three associate professors and above (excluding tutors) with a team leader to give evaluation opinions on students’submitted projects/dissertations.

Those who pass the review shall be allowed to continue the final project/dissertation. Those who fail to pass the review shall be warned and asked to revise it within a specified time period. They shall submit the report again and pass the review. Those who fail to pass the review again shall terminate the programme or find other cultivating ways.

(4) The final project/dissertation writing

The final project/dissertation is the summary of independent and systematic academic research work completed by postgraduate students under the guidance of tutors. It should have good academic technicality and considerable workload. It solves the scientific problems of the subject by using existing or innovative theories and methods, carries out necessary theoretical analysis and obtains correct results. Specific requirements shall be implemented in accordance with theRegulations on Degree Thesis Writing of NPUandCriteria for Master's Degree Dissertations of QMUL.

(5) The viva examination

A Viva Examination Committee shall be established under the consent of the Academic Committee to evaluate students’projects/dissertations in accordance with the provisions of the Academic Degree Evaluation Committee of both NPU and QMUL.

7. Enrollment Requirements for Double Degrees Master Students

1) Participate in the Unified National Postgraduate Entrance Examination, reach the basic score line of postgraduate interview of NPU, and pass the interview organised by QMES who select the best examinees.

2) Candidates who meet the exam-free requirements of NPU postgraduates shall apply for their intended programme through MoE “national information disclosure and management service system for recommending outstanding undergraduates to study postgraduate programmes” and pass the interview organized by QMES.

3) English requirements: have achieved a score of 6.0 or above in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a score in writing of 5.5 or above; or achieved a score of 60 or above in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a score in writing of 18 or above; or have, within 5 years prior to entry to the JEI, graduated from a degree that was studied in English, where the transcript of the degree clearly shows that the degree was taught and examined in English.

8. Student Management of Double Degrees Master

QMES is responsible for postgraduate enrollment, student registration, student management, academic management and student cultivation. The Institute of Flexible Electronics assist the selection of tutors, academic guidance and to provide research platforms.

Teacher List

Module Code

Module Name

Teacher’s name

Gender

Title

NXC7105

Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics

Ji Lei

Male

Professor

NXC7206

Advanced Organic Chemistry

Rong Ziqiang

Male

Professor

NXC7205

Electrochemistry

Han Yunhu

Male

Professor

NXC7208

Supramolecular Chemistry

Yu Tao

Male

Professor

NXC7209

Organometallic Chemistry

Lu Shenci

Female

Associate Professor

NXC7220

Molecular Spectroscopy

Shi Junqing

Male

Professor

QXU7111

English for Science and Engineering

Kathryn Richardson

Female

Professor

QXU7033

Advanced Polymer Synthesis

Julien Gautrot

Male

Associate Professor

QLU7301

Environmental Properties of Materials

Ana Sobrido

Female

Associate Professor

QLU7302

Plastic Electronic Materials

Oliver Fenwick

Male

Associate Professor

QLU7401

Energy Materials and Devices

Joe Briscoe

Male

Associate Professor

QLU7404

Polymer Rheology

Emiliano Bilotti

Male

Associate Professor

QXU7211

Professional Engineering Methods

Yousef Zawahreh

Male

Associate Professor

Tutor list

No.

Name

Gender

Title

Research field

1

Huang Wei

Male

Professor

/Academician

Organic optoelectronics and flexible electronics

2

Liu Xiaogang

Male

Professor

Upconversion luminescence materials, supramolecular chemistry, catalytic surface science and nano-biological probes (1) DNA-Modified Nanoparticles; (2) Nanostructured Materials; (3) Transition Metal-based Catalysis; (4) Lanthanide-Doped Luminescent Nanoparticles.

3

Huo Fengwei

Male

Professor

Porous Coordination polymer composites, selective catalysis, Nano printing, etc.

4

Li Lin

Male

Professor

Organic/Biomedical Photonics for the Functional Regulation of Small Molecules

5

Li Peng

Male

Professor

Organic materials for biomedical applications

6

Yu Haidong

Male

Professor

Green flexible electronics

7

Chen Yonghua

Male

Professor

Perovskite Solar Cells, Luminescence and Detectors

8

Fu Zhenqian

Male

Professor

Asymmetric Catalysis, Methodology of Chiral Molecule Synthesis, Chiral Organic Photoelectric Materials

9

Lin Zongqiong

Male

Professor

Self-assembly, molecular design synthesis and electrochemical properties of organic semiconductor microstructures

10

Rong Ziqiang

Male

Professor

Methodology of organic synthesis, including transition metal catalysis, organic small molecule catalysis, asymmetric catalysis, etc.

11

Han Yunhu

Male

Professor

Catalyst for Chemical Fixation of Carbon

12

Igor Perepichka

Male

Professor

Organic and polymer materials chemistry, organic/plastic electronics, Photonics and nanoelectronics.

13

James Busfield

Male

Professor

Experimental and Theoretical Polymer Physics, Modelling of Rubbers and Elastomers, etc.

14

Emiliano Bilotti

Male

Associate Professor

Self-powered sensor, nanotechnology

15

Joe Briscoe

Male

Associate Professor

Nanostructured materials for renewable energy applications

16

Ana Jorge Sobrido

Female

Associate Professor

The development of new electroactive materials for energy conversion and storage devices

17

Zhe Li

Male

Associate Professor

Renewable energy Materials, Semiconductors, Optoelectronics, Solar Cells, Photo-detectors, Materials Engineering, Thin film fabrication and characterisation

18

Han Zhang

Male

Assistant Professor

smart multifunctional materials, hierarchical composites and nanomaterials.

19

Oliver Fenwick

Male

Assistant Professor

Developing materials for electronic devices