Xuefeng Wang
Xuefeng Wang
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A graphene-based resistive pressure sensor with record-high sensitivity in a wide pressure range
H Tian, Y Shu, XF Wang, MA Mohammad, Z Bie, QY Xie, C Li, WT Mi, ...
Scientific reports 5, 8603, 2015
Graphene-paper pressure sensor for detecting human motions
LQ Tao, KN Zhang, H Tian, Y Liu, DY Wang, YQ Chen, Y Yang, TL Ren
ACS nano 11 (9), 8790-8795, 2017
Flexible, highly sensitive, and wearable pressure and strain sensors with graphene porous network structure
Y Pang, H Tian, L Tao, Y Li, X Wang, N Deng, Y Yang, TL Ren
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (40), 26458-26462, 2016
An intelligent artificial throat with sound-sensing ability based on laser induced graphene
LQ Tao, H Tian, Y Liu, ZY Ju, Y Pang, YQ Chen, DY Wang, XG Tian, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-8, 2017
Epidermis microstructure inspired graphene pressure sensor with random distributed spinosum for high sensitivity and large linearity
Y Pang, K Zhang, Z Yang, S Jiang, Z Ju, Y Li, X Wang, D Wang, M Jian, ...
ACS nano 12 (3), 2346-2354, 2018
Graphene dynamic synapse with modulatable plasticity
H Tian, W Mi, XF Wang, H Zhao, QY Xie, C Li, YX Li, Y Yang, TL Ren
Nano letters 15 (12), 8013-8019, 2015
Extremely low operating current resistive memory based on exfoliated 2D perovskite single crystals for neuromorphic computing
H Tian, L Zhao, X Wang, YW Yeh, N Yao, BP Rand, TL Ren
ACS nano 11 (12), 12247-12256, 2017
Multilayer graphene epidermal electronic skin
Y Qiao, Y Wang, H Tian, M Li, J Jian, Y Wei, Y Tian, DY Wang, Y Pang, ...
ACS nano 12 (9), 8839-8846, 2018
High performance flexible strain sensor based on self-locked overlapping graphene sheets
DY Wang, LQ Tao, Y Liu, TY Zhang, Y Pang, Q Wang, S Jiang, Y Yang, ...
Nanoscale 8 (48), 20090-20095, 2016
Wearable humidity sensor based on porous graphene network for respiration monitoring
Y Pang, J Jian, T Tu, Z Yang, J Ling, Y Li, X Wang, Y Qiao, H Tian, Y Yang, ...
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 116, 123-129, 2018
Self-adapted and tunable graphene strain sensors for detecting both subtle and large human motions
LQ Tao, DY Wang, H Tian, ZY Ju, Y Liu, Y Pang, YQ Chen, Y Yang, ...
Nanoscale 9 (24), 8266-8273, 2017
Flexible, highly sensitive pressure sensor with a wide range based on graphene-silk network structure
Y Liu, LQ Tao, DY Wang, TY Zhang, Y Yang, TL Ren
Applied Physics Letters 110 (12), 123508, 2017
Flexible CNT-array double helices strain sensor with high stretchability for motion capture
C Li, YL Cui, GL Tian, Y Shu, XF Wang, H Tian, Y Yang, F Wei, TL Ren
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
Simultaneously detecting subtle and intensive human motions based on a silver nanoparticles bridged graphene strain sensor
Z Yang, DY Wang, Y Pang, YX Li, Q Wang, TY Zhang, JB Wang, X Liu, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (4), 3948-3954, 2018
High-performance graphene-based flexible heater for wearable applications
SY Lin, TY Zhang, Q Lu, DY Wang, Y Yang, XM Wu, TL Ren
Rsc Advances 7 (43), 27001-27006, 2017
In Situ Tuning of Switching Window in a Gate‐Controlled Bilayer Graphene‐Electrode Resistive Memory Device
H Tian, H Zhao, XF Wang, QY Xie, HY Chen, MA Mohammad, C Li, WT Mi, ...
Advanced Materials 27 (47), 7767-7774, 2015
Interface Engineering with MoS2–Pd Nanoparticles Hybrid Structure for a Low Voltage Resistive Switching Memory
XF Wang, H Tian, HM Zhao, TY Zhang, WQ Mao, YC Qiao, Y Pang, YX Li, ...
Small 14 (2), 1702525, 2018
A super flexible and custom-shaped graphene heater
TY Zhang, HM Zhao, DY Wang, Q Wang, Y Pang, NQ Deng, HW Cao, ...
Nanoscale 9 (38), 14357-14363, 2017
Resistive switching characteristics in memristors with Al2O3/TiO2 and TiO2/Al2O3 bilayers
L Alekseeva, T Nabatame, T Chikyow, A Petrov
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 55 (8S2), 08PB02, 2016
Enhancement of carrier mobility in MoS2 field effect transistors by a SiO2 protective layer
PZ Shao, HM Zhao, HW Cao, XF Wang, Y Pang, YX Li, NQ Deng, J Zhang, ...
Applied Physics Letters 108 (20), 203105, 2016
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