Welcome to Prof. Kai Liu's group. The research in our group revolves around probing mechanical, electrical properties and application of low-dimensional electronic materials. We are pursuing creative, systematic, and high-impact work in this research field, and aiming to bridge fundamental physics studies to device applications such as sensors and actuators. The explored materials include 1-dimensional (1D) carbon nanotubes, oxide thin films, and 2-dimensional (2D) layered materials.
-Congratulations to Prof. Liu on his collaborative paper with Prof. Kaili Jiang accepted by Nano Letters! "Continuous, Ultra-Lightweight, and Multi-Purpose Super-Aligned Carbon Nanotube Tapes Viable over a Wide Range of Temperatures".
-Congratulations to Xuewen on her review paper accepted by 2D Materials! "Chemical and Structural Stability of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials".
-Congratulations to Hongtao, Zixin, and Enze on their paper accepted by ACS Nano! "Watching Dynamic Self-Assembly of Web Buckles in Strained MoS2 Thin Films".