报告题目（1）：TEXTILE-ENABLED WEARABLE ELECTROCHEMICAL STORAGE DEVICES
报告人：Prof. Zijian Zheng （The Hong Kong Polytechnic University）
报告人：唐永炳 研究员 （中国科学院深圳先进技术研究院）
(1) TEXTILE-ENABLED WEARABLE ELECTROCHEMICAL STORAGE DEVICES
Institute of Textiles and Clothing,
Faculty of Applied Science and Textiles
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Prof. Zijian Zheng is currently Full Professor at the Institute of Textile and Clothing (ITC) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His research interests are surface science, self-assembly, nanolithography, polymer science, and bendable/stretchable/wearable/graphene materials and electronic devices. He received his B. Eng. in Chemical Engineering at Tsinghua University in 2003, and PhD in Chemistry at University of Cambridge in 2007. In 2008, he worked as postdoctoral researcher with Prof. Chad A. Mirkin at Northwestern University. He joined ITC as Assistant Professor in 2009, and was promoted to tenured Associate Professor in 2013 and Professor in 2017. He has published ~80 papers in high-impact international scientific journals including Science, Nature Comm., Advanced Materials, Journal of the America Chemical Society, Angewandte Chemie. He also files 16 international and China patents. He serves as Guest Editor for Advanced Materials and Small. He is recipient of more than 10 academic awards such as GENEVA Innovation Award, Future Leaders Programs and Early Career Awards. He is elected as Founding Member of The Young Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong.
Wearable electronics is foreseen to be the next major technology after smart phone in the near future. However, most conventional electronic devices are rigid, bulky, and heavy, making them difficult to wear. On the other hand, textiles are materials that have been worn by human beings for more than a thousand years. Textiles are flexible, lightweight, conformal, and highly manufacture-able. This talk will introduce how our research group makes use of fibre and textile for wearable electronics. These fibre-based electronic devices can function as high-performance electronics while maintaining the flexibility, lightweight, permeability, processibility, and even washing ability like textiles. In addition, we also show that fibre-based device can significant improve the electrochemical properties of the devices.
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