Advanced Materials and Technology

Advanced Materials and Technology

Prof. Zhou Yanguang (second right), Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at HKUST, and his PhD students Fan Hongzhao (first left), Wang Guang (second left) and Li Jiawang (first right)
Prof. Zhou Yanguang (second right), Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at HKUST, and his PhD students Fan Hongzhao (first left), Wang Guang (second left) and Li Jiawang (first right) 
(From left) Prof. Yoonseob Kim, PhD student Jun Huang (first author of the paper), PhD student Chen Li, postdoctoral fellow Ki-Taek Bang, and PhD student Hang Luo
(From left) Prof. Yoonseob Kim, PhD student Jun Huang (first author of the paper), PhD student Chen Li, postdoctoral fellow Ki-Taek Bang, and PhD student Hang Luo 
Prof. Yoonseob Kim has made significant progresses in polymer materials for energy and other applications since joining HKUST.
Prof. Yoonseob Kim has made significant progresses in polymer materials for energy and other applications since joining HKUST. 
Prof. Zhou Yanguang (second right) and his PhD students Fan Hongzhao (first left), Wang Guang (second left) and Li Jiawang (first right)
Prof. Zhou Yanguang (second right) and his PhD students Fan Hongzhao (first left), Wang Guang (second left) and Li Jiawang (first right) 
Prof. Zhou Yanguang was named a Fellow of the International Association of Advanced Materials in recognition of his significant contribution to the world of advanced materials science, engineering, and technology .
Prof. Zhou Yanguang was named a Fellow of the International Association of Advanced Materials in recognition of his significant contribution to the world of advanced materials science, engineering, and technology . 
Recognizing Contributions in Nanoscale Modeling
Prof. Yang Zhengbao’s versatile, reconfigurable, and damage-tolerant single-wire sensor array could optimize the application of sensor arrays in fields such as robotics, aviation, healthcare, and industrial machinery.
Prof. Yang Zhengbao’s versatile, reconfigurable, and damage-tolerant single-wire sensor array could optimize the application of sensor arrays in fields such as robotics, aviation, healthcare, and industrial machinery. 
Optimizing Application of Sensor Arrays in Multiple Fields
Prof. Sun Fei believes the process of creating things is an exploration and he enjoys this process very much.
Prof. Sun Fei believes the process of creating things is an exploration and he enjoys this process very much. 
From Smart Hydrogel to Spider Silk
(From left) Prof. Chen Qing and his research group members Dr. Li Liangyu (postdoctoral fellow) and Xiao Diwen (PhD student) at the lab of HKUST Energy Institute. On the lab bench is a set-up for fabricating the nanoporous zinc metal electrode.
(From left) Prof. Chen Qing and his research group members Dr. Li Liangyu (postdoctoral fellow) and Xiao Diwen (PhD student) at the lab of HKUST Energy Institute. On the lab bench is a set-up for fabricating the nanoporous zinc metal electrode. 
Prof. Sun Fei will conduct research on protein engineering and chemical biology with the award funding.
Prof. Sun Fei will conduct research on protein engineering and chemical biology with the award funding. 
Prof. Gao Ping (second left), her PhD student Gu Qiao (second right), as well as Cheung Shu-Kwan (first left) and Walter Lee (first right) from Design and Manufacturing Services Facility of HKUST
Prof. Gao Ping (second left), her PhD student Gu Qiao (second right), as well as Cheung Shu-Kwan (first left) and Walter Lee (first right) from Design and Manufacturing Services Facility of HKUST 
Showing Potential for Multiple Biomedical and Environmental Applications