We receive funding from the and Kenan Institute for Engineering, Technology & Science. This project, Strain Effects on Proteolysis of Extracellular Matrix in Biological Tissues, will provide an intuitive tool for investigating a potential protective mechanism in valvular tissue preventing extracellular matrix components from degradation.
Dr. Hsiao-Ying Shadow Huang is selected as a Faculty Fellow for External Awards in the Office for Faculty Excellence, NC State University.
We receive funding from the . This project, Statistical Evaluation of Data-Driven Mechano-Electrochemistry of Lithium Batteries and Beyond Lithium, will be accompanied by a comparison of the use of statistical techniques in mechano-electrochemistry to inform critical lithium battery design choices and gleaning scientific insights.
Dr. Hsiao-Ying Shadow Huang presented the work on “In Silico Paradigm for Predicting Green Battery Material Phenomena” at the 2022 Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting, Honolulu, HI.
The team member, Hongjiang Chen, presented a poster titled “Nonequilibrium mechanical-electrochemical coupling in Li-ion batteries” at the 8th MAE Graduate Research Symposium, NC State University. Read More