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Persoonlijk profiel

Research profile

Yuanyuan Zhan is a doctoral candidate in the group of Stimuli-responsive Functional Materials and Devices (SFD) but also working in the joint research lab of Devices Integrated Responsive Materials (DIRM, Guangzhou, China) under the supervision of prof. dr. Dirk Broer, dr. Danqing Liu, prof. dr. Albert Schenning, and prof. dr. Guofu Zhou. Yuanyuan works on the liquid crystal based smart window and stimuli-responsive liquid crystal polymers, particularly interested in the electrically driven systems. By working with a company, she is trying to work on the upscaling of the privacy window.

Academic background

Yuanyuan Zhan started to study Materials Science and Engineering in 2009 at Donghua University (Shanghai, China) and obtained her Bachelor degree in 2013. Then she joined the group of Prof. dr. Yanlei Yu at Fudan University (Shanghai, China) and started working on projects of photo-responsive liquid crystal polymers. After finishing the Master study, she joined the joint research lab of Devices Integrated Responsive Materials (DIRM, Guangzhou, China) and the group of Stimuli-responsive Functional Materials.

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Onderzoeksoutput 2018 2018

  • 10 Citaten
  • 2 Tijdschriftartikel
3 Citaties (Scopus)

Light-driven electrohydrodynamic instabilities in liquid crystals

Zhan, Y., Schenning, A. P. H. J., Broer, D. J., Zhou, G. & Liu, D., 2018, In : Advanced Functional Materials. 28, 21, 7 blz., 1707436

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Open Access
Bestand
Liquid Crystals
Electrohydrodynamics
electrohydrodynamics
Liquid crystals
liquid crystals
7 Citaties (Scopus)

Liquid crystal polymers with motile surfaces

Visschers, F. L. L., Hendrikx, M., Zhan, Y. & Liu, D., 28 jun 2018, In : Soft Matter. 14, 24, blz. 4898-4912 15 blz.

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robotics
Robotics
liquid crystals
polymers
Elastomers