Tingting Yang
Tingting Yang
Associate Professor of Southwest Jiaotong University of China
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Wearable and highly sensitive graphene strain sensors for human motion monitoring
Y Wang, L Wang, T Yang, X Li, X Zang, M Zhu, K Wang, D Wu, H Zhu
Advanced Functional Materials 24 (29), 4666-4670, 2014
Recent advances in wearable tactile sensors: Materials, sensing mechanisms, and device performance
T Yang, D Xie, Z Li, H Zhu
Materials Science and Engineering: R: Reports 115, 1-37, 2017
High detectivity graphene‐silicon heterojunction photodetector
X Li, M Zhu, M Du, Z Lv, L Zhang, Y Li, Y Yang, T Yang, X Li, K Wang, ...
Small 12 (5), 595-601, 2016
Graphene reinforced carbon nanotube networks for wearable strain sensors
J Shi, X Li, H Cheng, Z Liu, L Zhao, T Yang, Z Dai, Z Cheng, E Shi, L Yang, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 26 (13), 2078-2084, 2016
Large‐area ultrathin graphene films by single‐step marangoni self‐assembly for highly sensitive strain sensing application
X Li, T Yang, Y Yang, J Zhu, L Li, FE Alam, X Li, K Wang, H Cheng, CT Lin, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 26 (9), 1322-1329, 2016
The physics and chemistry of graphene-on-surfaces
G Zhao, X Li, M Huang, Z Zhen, Y Zhong, Q Chen, X Zhao, Y He, R Hu, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 46 (15), 4417-4449, 2017
A wearable and highly sensitive graphene strain sensor for precise home-based pulse wave monitoring
T Yang, X Jiang, Y Zhong, X Zhao, S Lin, J Li, X Li, J Xu, Z Li, H Zhu
ACS sensors 2 (7), 967-974, 2017
Structural engineering of gold thin films with channel cracks for ultrasensitive strain sensing
T Yang, X Li, X Jiang, S Lin, J Lao, J Shi, Z Zhen, Z Li, H Zhu
Materials Horizons 3 (3), 248-255, 2016
Tactile sensing system based on arrays of graphene woven microfabrics: electromechanical behavior and electronic skin application
T Yang, W Wang, H Zhang, X Li, J Shi, Y He, Q Zheng, Z Li, H Zhu
ACS nano 9 (11), 10867-10875, 2015
Ultra-sensitive graphene strain sensor for sound signal acquisition and recognition
Y Wang, T Yang, J Lao, R Zhang, Y Zhang, M Zhu, X Li, X Zang, K Wang, ...
Nano Research 8, 1627-1636, 2015
Simultaneous high sensitivity sensing of temperature and humidity with graphene woven fabrics
X Zhao, Y Long, T Yang, J Li, H Zhu
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (35), 30171-30176, 2017
Formation of uniform water microdroplets on wrinkled graphene for ultrafast humidity sensing
Z Zhen, Z Li, X Zhao, Y Zhong, L Zhang, Q Chen, T Yang, H Zhu
Small 14 (15), 1703848, 2018
Nanofibrous membrane of graphene oxide-in-polyacrylonitrile composite with low filtration resistance for the effective capture of PM2. 5
J Li, D Zhang, T Yang, S Yang, X Yang, H Zhu
Journal of membrane science 551, 85-92, 2018
Flexible graphene woven fabrics for touch sensing
X Lee, T Yang, X Li, R Zhang, M Zhu, H Zhang, D Xie, J Wei, M Zhong, ...
Applied Physics Letters 102 (16), 2013
Sustainable power generation for at least one month from ambient humidity using unique nanofluidic diode
Y Zhang, T Yang, K Shang, F Guo, Y Shang, S Chang, L Cui, X Lu, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 3484, 2022
Torsion sensors of high sensitivity and wide dynamic range based on a graphene woven structure
T Yang, Y Wang, X Li, Y Zhang, X Li, K Wang, D Wu, H Jin, Z Li, H Zhu
Nanoscale 6 (21), 13053-13059, 2014
Graphene welded carbon nanotube crossbars for biaxial strain sensors
J Shi, J Hu, Z Dai, W Zhao, P Liu, L Zhao, Y Guo, T Yang, L Zou, K Jiang, ...
Carbon 123, 786-793, 2017
Bio-inspired mechanics of highly sensitive stretchable graphene strain sensors
W Wang, T Yang, H Zhu, Q Zheng
Applied Physics Letters 106 (17), 2015
Galvanism of continuous ionic liquid flow over graphene grids
Y He, J Lao, T Yang, X Li, X Zang, X Li, M Zhu, Q Chen, M Zhong, H Zhu
Applied Physics Letters 107 (8), 2015
Foldable and electrically stable graphene film resistors prepared by vacuum filtration for flexible electronics
X Jiang, R Zhang, T Yang, S Lin, Q Chen, Z Zhen, D Xie, H Zhu
Surface and Coatings Technology 299, 22-28, 2016
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