His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Conductive polymer, Carbon nanotube, Polymer and Nanotechnology. Geoffrey M. Spinks frequently studies issues relating to Self-healing hydrogels and Composite material. His Conductive polymer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Polymer chemistry, Electrolyte, Actuator, Polypyrrole and Polyaniline.
Geoffrey M. Spinks has included themes like Supercapacitor, Carbon, Yarn and Artificial muscle in his Carbon nanotube study. Geoffrey M. Spinks interconnects Modulus and Bending in the investigation of issues within Polymer. His Nanotechnology study combines topics in areas such as Electroactive polymers and Electrical conductor.
Geoffrey M. Spinks spends much of his time researching Composite material, Polymer, Actuator, Conductive polymer and Carbon nanotube. His research in Composite material intersects with topics in Self-healing hydrogels, Artificial muscle and Graphene. His Polymer research incorporates themes from Modulus, Chemical engineering and Elastic modulus.
His work carried out in the field of Actuator brings together such families of science as Mechanical engineering, Stress, Optoelectronics, Voltage and Bending. Geoffrey M. Spinks has included themes like Polymer chemistry, Electrolyte, Dopant, Polypyrrole and Polyaniline in his Conductive polymer study. Carbon nanotube is a subfield of Nanotechnology that he studies.
Geoffrey M. Spinks mainly focuses on Composite material, Artificial muscle, Actuator, Soft robotics and Mechanical engineering. His studies in Composite material integrate themes in fields like Self-healing hydrogels and Graphene. His Artificial muscle research includes elements of Fiber, Polymer, Electromagnetic coil, Work and Robot.
His work on Polymer is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Polymer chemistry. His work is dedicated to discovering how Actuator, Torque are connected with Nylon 6 and other disciplines. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Carbon and Conductive polymer.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Actuator, Artificial muscle, Nanotechnology and Composite number. His Composite material study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Supercapacitor and Graphene. His research in Actuator intersects with topics in Mechanical engineering, Grippers, Polymer and Microfluidics.
His work on Electroactive polymers and Conductive polymer as part of general Polymer research is frequently linked to Microfabrication, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Volume fraction, Modulus and Extrusion. His Carbon nanotube course of study focuses on Ultimate tensile strength and Aerogel.
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Use of Ionic Liquids for π-Conjugated Polymer Electrochemical Devices
Wen Lu;Andrei G. Fadeev;Baohua Qi;Elisabeth Smela.
Use of ionic liquids for pi-conjugated polymer electrochemical devices.
Wen Lu;Andrei G Fadeev;Baohua Qi;Elisabeth Smela.
Conductive Electroactive Polymers: Intelligent Materials Systems
Gordon G. Wallace;Geoffrey M. Spinks;Leon A. P. Kane-Maguire;Peter Teasdale.
Artificial Muscles from Fishing Line and Sewing Thread
Carter S. Haines;Márcio D. Lima;Na Li;Geoffrey M. Spinks.
Electroactive conducting polymers for corrosion control: Part 2. Ferrous metals
Geoffrey M. Spinks;Anton J. Dominis;Gordon G. Wallace;Dennis E. Tallman.
Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry (2002)
Conductive Electroactive Polymers: Intelligent Polymer Systems
Gordon G Wallace;Geoffrey Maxwell Spinks;Leon A Kane-Maguire;Peter R Teasdale.
Electrically, Chemically, and Photonically Powered Torsional and Tensile Actuation of Hybrid Carbon Nanotube Yarn Muscles
Marcio D. Lima;Na Li;Na Li;Monica Jung de Andrade;Shaoli Fang.
Ultrafast charge and discharge biscrolled yarn supercapacitors for textiles and microdevices
Jae Ah Lee;Min-Kyoon Shin;Shi Hyeong Kim;Hyun U Cho.
Nature Communications (2013)
Torsional Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles
Javad Foroughi;Geoffrey M. Spinks;Gordon G. Wallace;Jiyoung Oh.
Synergistic toughening of composite fibres by self-alignment of reduced graphene oxide and carbon nanotubes.
Min Kyoon Shin;Bommy Lee;Shi Hyeong Kim;Jae Ah Lee.
Nature Communications (2012)
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