Our passion lies at the interfaces between chemistry, nanotechnologies and textile engineering. We focus on two-dimensional materials’ research and their integration with textile systems for smart fabric applications, such as wearable energy storage & conversion technologies, physiological sensing and protection.
We use wet-spinning process to prepare various fibers from 2D-crystals:
Upon device engineering, these fibers can be assembled into yarn-shaped supercapacitors to power up LEDs and to be woven into fabrics:
Machine Weaving in our Lab:
We also have established a mechano-electrical testing system to measure triboelectric output from various fabrics:
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