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Self-powered, flexible magnetoelectric materials and devices towards flexible electronics

posted on 06.07.2021, 21:16 by XUAN ZHANG
Flexible electronics have been rapidly evolving and extensively applied in diverse fields such as soft robots, bendable displays, bioinspired electronic skins, human-computer communications, etc. As for the next-generation flexible electronic devices, their notable technological trends will be more portable, wearable, stand-alone, and even implantable. In this thesis, a novel magnetoelectric strategy based on electromagnetic induction has been proposed for self-powered flexible systems. From functional materials’ Young’s modulus, a variety of flexible magnetoelectric devices with mechanoelectrical conversion capacity have been designed and fabricated by simple mold method, applying for various applications.


Campus location


Principal supervisor

Ruiping Zou

Additional supervisor 1

Bin Su

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre

Chemical Engineering


Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type



Faculty of Engineering

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