Building and Environment Paper has been accepted.
Our work focuses on mechanics-based interdisciplinary researches for inelastic materials including metals, organic/polymeric structural materials, fiber-reinforced composites, advanced fiber/textile, and nano-carbon materials.
Ideal forming for optimum design
Constitutive modeling & characterization
Formability & springback prediction
Constitutive modeling of textile composites
Thermo-stamping of composite sheets
Aramid nanofibers for structural fibers
Catecholamine for high wettability
Nanocarbon hybrids & applications
Bio-inspired catecholamine (dopamine)
Photochromic molecules & UV sensors
Fiber-type flexible electrodes & OFET
Stretchable wire-shape supercapacitors
Textile-based strain/photo sensors