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Bai Yang received his PhD in Polymer Chemistry and Physics from Jilin University, China and is working on the design and synthesis of high performance optical polymer and then going on the preparation of polymer nanocomposite and hybrids with high refractive index and photo-electric functionalities. He received the Outstanding Youth Fund from NSFC and the honors of Chenug Kong Scholar from the Ministry of Education of China. He has published 430 SCI papers with sum citation of more than10600 times. His current research interests are focused on polymeric nano-hybridization and photo-electronic materials and devices via aqueous approaches, high performance polymeric hybrid optical materials and ordered fabrication of polymeric microstructures with multi-scale and photonic responsive materials.