Materials and Assembly Lab
for Energy and Environmental Applications

Materials and Assembly

We design functional materials, including 2-dimensional nanomaterials, carbon nanomaterials, and ion-conductive polymers. In particular, we extensively fabricate the assembly of those materials into multiscale structures for applications in next-generation electronic, wearable devices.

Related publications

  • Microstructure-controlled polyacrylonitrile/graphene fibers over 1 gigapascal strength
    ACS Nano, 15(8), 13055-13064 (2021)
  • Highly electroconductive and mechanically strong Ti₃C₂Tx MXene fibers using deformable MXene gel
     ACS Nano, 15(2), 3320-3329 (2021)
  • Carbon nanotube-reduced graphene oxide fiber with high torsional strength from rheological hierarchy control 
     Nature Communications, 12, 396 (2021)
  • Large-scale wet-spinning of highly electroconductive MXene fibers
    Nature Communications, 11, 2825 (2020)
  • Stiffening of graphene oxide films by soft porous sheets
     Nature Communications, 10, 3677 (2019)