Our primary research interest lies in the development of rapid, flexible, and scalable additive micro/nano manufacturing technologies to overcome critical technological barriers of the current manufacturing and to explore new engineering applications by studying fundamental physics and mechanics of soft active materials.
Selected PublicationsFULL LIST
Multimaterial Printig for Cephalopod-Inspired Light-Responsive Artificial Chromatophores
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces(2021)
4D‐Printed Transformable Tube Array for High‐Throughput 3D Cell Culture and Histology
4D Printing of a Bioinspired Microneedle Array with Backward-Facing Barbs for Enhanced Tis…
Advanced Functional Materials(2020)
4D Printing Reconfigurable, Deployable and Mechanically Tunable Metamaterials
Soft Robotic Manipulation and Locomotion with a 3D Printed Electroactive Hydrogel
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces(2018)
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Our paper on Cephalopod-inspired artificial chromatophores is highlighted by a preview article in Cell Press Matter!
Our paper "Multimaterial Printing for Cephalopod-Inspired Light-Responsive Artificial Chromatophores" is published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces!
We have moved to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Seoul National University, Korea!
Our paper "4D Printing Reconfigurable, Deployable, and Mechanically Tunable Metamaterials" has been selected as Materials Horizons Outstanding Paper 2019!
One of the images from our paper "4D‐Printed Transformable Tube Array for High‐Throughput 3D Cell Culture and Histology" has been selected for "This Month in Pictures" from Advanced Science News!