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Nanshu Lu教授学术报告(2015-1-6)

( 2015-01-06 )
2015年元月六日周二上午10点,在939会议室,美国UT Austin Nanshu Lu教授将给一个报告,欢迎各位老师参加,并将此邮件转发给课题组成员,内容如下:
 
                          Mechanics and Manufacture of Bio-Integrated Electronics
 
Abstract: Bio-integrated electronics has demonstrated exciting applications in wearable health monitors, surgical tools, as well as human-machine interfaces. Strategies for bio-integrated electronics must overcome challenges associated with the mismatch between the hard, planar surfaces of brittle semiconductor wafers and the soft, curvilinear tissues of dynamic biological systems. Although soft, stretchable electronics have been developed by integrating inorganic functional materials strategically onto soft polymeric substrates, their manufacture and performance are usually limited by the failure of stiff electronic materials such as metal, silicon and oxide under large deformation. This talk discusses the fundamental mechanics of the manufacture, deformability, and bio-integration of stretchable, tissue-like electronics. Example problems include the transfer-printing of nanomembranes, the stretchability and compliance of serpentine-shaped ribbons, and the adhesion and conformability of stretchable electronics on bio-tissues. Electronic skin patches manufactured in Dr. Lu’s group will be available to the audience for show and tell.
 
   


Lu, Nanshu
Assistant Professor

Research Area:
Solids, Structures and Materials

Email: nanshulu@utexas.edu
Phone: (512) 471-4208
Office: WRW 305C

Education:
Ph.D., Harvard University

Research Interests:
◾Mechanics of thin films on compliant substrates
◾Mechanics of flexible electronics with extreme deformability and compliance
◾Mechanics at bio-electronics interface
◾Development of novel bio-integrated soft electronics for cardiac, neural and epidermal applications

Dr. Nanshu Lu joined the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at UT Austin as Assistant Professor in fall 2011. She is also on the graduate study committee of the Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) and the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) programs. She was named the world's 35 innovators under 35 by MIT Technology Review in 2012 and received the NSF CAREER Award and 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award in 2014.

Dr. Lu's research focuses on the mechanics of flexible and stretchable electronics in all aspects including structural design, micro-fabrication, mechanical tests, bio-integration as well as analytical and numerical mechanics modeling. Representative work of her group includes mechanics of stretchable serpentines, wearable devices for diagnosis and therapy of movement disorders, flexible glass photonics and so on. Her research has been published in high profile journals including Science, Nature Materials, Nature Nanotechnology etc., and has been highlighted by the news media such as Nature News, ScienceNOW, Technology Review, Chemical & Engineering News and so on. 

 
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