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Hamed Shahsavan
Hamed Shahsavan
Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo, Department of Chemical Engineering
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Bioinspired underwater locomotion of light-driven liquid crystal gels
H Shahsavan, A Aghakhani, H Zeng, Y Guo, ZS Davidson, A Priimagi, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (10), 5125-5133, 2020
2842020
Thermally active liquid crystal network gripper mimicking the self-peeling of gecko toe pads
H Shahsavan, SM Salili, A Jákli, B Zhao
Adv. Mater 29 (3), 1604021, 2017
1732017
Monolithic shape-programmable dielectric liquid crystal elastomer actuators
ZS Davidson, H Shahsavan, A Aghakhani, Y Guo, L Hines, Y Xia, S Yang, ...
Science advances 5 (11), eaay0855, 2019
1442019
Smart Muscle-Driven Self-Cleaning of Biomimetic Microstructures from Liquid Crystal Elastomers.
H Shahsavan, SM Salili, A Jákli, B Zhao
Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 27 (43), 6828-6833, 2015
1072015
Programmable 3D shape changes in liquid crystal polymer networks of uniaxial orientation
L Yu, H Shahsavan, G Rivers, C Zhang, P Si, B Zhao
Advanced Functional Materials 28 (37), 1802809, 2018
742018
3D microstructures of liquid crystal networks with programmed voxelated director fields
Y Guo, H Shahsavan, M Sitti
Advanced Materials 32 (38), 2002753, 2020
732020
Superhydro-oleophobic bio-inspired polydimethylsiloxane micropillared surface via FDTS coating/blending approaches
Z Pan, H Shahsavan, W Zhang, FK Yang, B Zhao
Applied Surface Science 324, 612-620, 2015
722015
Conformal adhesion enhancement on biomimetic microstructured surfaces
H Shahsavan, B Zhao
Langmuir 27 (12), 7732-7742, 2011
712011
Smart biomimetic micro/nanostructures based on liquid crystal elastomers and networks
H Shahsavan, L Yu, A Jákli, B Zhao
Soft Matter 13 (44), 8006-8022, 2017
672017
Poly(AAc-co-MBA) Hydrogel Films: Adhesive and Mechanical Properties in Aqueous Medium
D Arunbabu, H Shahsavan, W Zhang, B Zhao
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117 (1), 441-449, 2013
662013
Liquid‐crystal‐elastomer‐actuated reconfigurable microscale Kirigami metastructures
M Zhang, H Shahsavan, Y Guo, A Pena‐Francesch, Y Zhang, M Sitti
Advanced Materials 33 (25), 2008605, 2021
612021
Bioinspired functionally graded adhesive materials: synergetic interplay of top viscous–elastic layers with base micropillars
H Shahsavan, B Zhao
Macromolecules 47 (1), 353-364, 2014
502014
Biomimetic modification of polymeric surfaces: A promising pathway for tuning of wetting and adhesion
H Shahsavan, D Arunbabu, B Zhao
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering 297 (8), 743-760, 2012
452012
Biologically inspired enhancement of pressure-sensitive adhesives using a thin film-terminated fibrillar interface
H Shahsavan, B Zhao
Soft Matter 8 (32), 8281-8284, 2012
372012
Surface modification of polydimethylsiloxane elastomer for stable hydrophilicity, optical transparency and film lubrication
H Shahsavan, J Quinn, J d’Eon, B Zhao
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 482, 267-275, 2015
332015
Bacterial networks on hydrophobic micropillars
Z Jahed, H Shahsavan, MS Verma, JL Rogowski, BB Seo, B Zhao, ...
ACS nano 11 (1), 675-683, 2017
322017
Precise control of lyotropic chromonic liquid crystal alignment through surface topography
Y Guo, H Shahsavan, ZS Davidson, M Sitti
ACS applied materials & interfaces 11 (39), 36110-36117, 2019
262019
Biomimetic Micro‐P atterning of Epoxy Coatings for Enhanced Surface Hydrophobicity and Low Friction
B McDonald, H Shahsavan, B Zhao
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering 299 (2), 237-247, 2014
212014
Light‐Fueled Hydrogel Actuators with Controlled Deformation and Photocatalytic Activity
P Chen, Q Ruan, R Nasseri, H Zhang, X Xi, H Xia, G Xu, Q Xie, C Yi, ...
Advanced Science 9 (34), 2204730, 2022
182022
Programmable nanocomposites of cellulose nanocrystals and zwitterionic hydrogels for soft robotics
R Nasseri, N Bouzari, J Huang, H Golzar, S Jankhani, X Tang, ...
Nature Communications 14 (1), 6108, 2023
172023
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