Porous Conductive Textiles for Wearable Electronics
发布时间: 2021-06-07     浏览次数: 85

报告题目Porous Conductive Textiles for Wearable Electronics

报 告 人郑子剑教授

单  位香港理工大学

时  间20216月7日(周一)下午3:00

地  点材料学科楼413大会议室


Wearable  electronics plays an important role in the realization of health  monitoring and rehabilitation, Internet of Things (IoTs), and soft  robotics. These wearable devices and systems should be highly flexible,  stretchable and even washable. In addition, they should be comfortable  to wear in a long term. This talk will discuss the recent development of  conductive textile materials and their applications in wearable  electronics. In particular, we will discuss 1) the development of highly  conductive, flexible and washable conductive fibers, yarns and fabrics  through polymer-assisted metal deposition (PAMD), that can be used for a  wide range of wearable sensory and energy-storage uses; and 2) the  development of highly permeable stretchable conductors, namely liquid  metal fiber mat (LMFM), which enables long-term wearable and 3D  monolithic stretchable electronics.


Prof.  Zijian Zheng is currently Full Professor at the Institute of Textile  and Clothing (ITC) and Research Institute for Smart Energy (RISE) at The  Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His research interests are surface  and polymer science, nanofabrication, flexible and wearable electronics,  energy conversion and storage. Prof. Zheng received his B. Eng. in  Chemical Engineering at Tsinghua University in 2003, and PhD in  Chemistry at University of Cambridge in 2007 (Supervisor: Prof. Wilhelm  T. S. Huck). In 2008, he worked as postdoctoral researcher with Prof.  Chad A. Mirkin at Northwestern University in the USA. He joined ITC as  Assistant Professor in 2009, and was promoted to tenured Associate  Professor in 2013 and Professor in 2017. He has published ~120 papers in  high-impact international scientific journals including ScienceNat. Mater.Nat. Comm.Adv. Mate.JACSAngew. Chem.. He also files 25+ patents and is recipient of more than 15 academic awards. He serves as Guest Editor of Advanced Materials and Small, and Editor-in-Chief of EcoMat,  a flagship open-access journal in green energy and environment  published by Wiley. He is elected Founding Member of The Young Academy  of Sciences of Hong Kong, the highest academic award of under-45  scientists in Hong Kong. He is also awarded Chang Jiang Scholars Program  by the Ministry of Education of China.

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