Total mentored projects: 8
Designing a novel stimuli-trigger hybrid gel (composite adsorbent material) will improve atmospheric water extraction technology.
Developing a photo-responsive hybrid gel system will provide a more efficient approach for atmospheric water extraction technology.
Developing damage-sensing composites will provide a better understanding of the composite structure and minimize catastrophic failure.
Using molecular dynamic simulations to model ionic liquids for low-temperature sensors will improve understanding of their use for space applications.
Studying ionic liquid solutions will help optimize molecular electronic transducer-based devices such as seismometers.
Understanding carbon fiber composites embedded with damage-sensing molecules will help prevent early failure of future embedded composites.
Developing a mixture of chemicals that can function as an electrolyte in extremely cold temperatures will help improve planetary exploration abilities.