2018 - Charles Russ Richards Memorial Award, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
2010 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1997 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Kon-Well Wang mostly deals with Bistability, Control theory, Energy harvesting, Composite material and Nanocomposite. His Bistability research includes elements of Excitation, Stiffness and Topology. His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Vibration, Noise and Dynamics.
Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Electricity generation and Energy harvesting. Kon-Well Wang combines subjects such as Electronic engineering, Bandwidth, Electrical engineering and Electric power with his study of Electricity generation. His studies in Nanocomposite integrate themes in fields like Electrical impedance tomography, Composite number, Carbon nanofiber and Epoxy.
His primary scientific interests are in Bistability, Control theory, Nonlinear system, Vibration and Composite material. His Bistability study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Energy harvesting, Excitation, Stiffness and Electronic engineering. Energy harvesting is closely attributed to Electricity generation in his work.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Electronic engineering, Topology are connected with Broadband and other disciplines. The concepts of his Nonlinear system study are interwoven with issues in Amplitude and Harmonic. The various areas that Kon-Well Wang examines in his Vibration study include Electrical network, Mechanics, Structural engineering and Electronic circuit.
Kon-Well Wang mainly focuses on Bistability, Metamaterial, Nonlinear system, Topology and Optoelectronics. His Bistability study combines topics in areas such as Kinematics, Vibration, Multistability, Condensed matter physics and Stiffness. His studies deal with areas such as Energy harvesting and Control theory as well as Vibration.
His work on Vibration energy harvesting as part of his general Energy harvesting study is frequently connected to Adaptive potential, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The Nonlinear system study combines topics in areas such as Amplitude, Transmission and Band gap. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electric power transmission, Electronic engineering and Control reconfiguration.
Bistability, Topology, Optoelectronics, Multistability and Control reconfiguration are his primary areas of study. His study on Bistability is covered under Control theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Electronic engineering, Electric power transmission and Nonlinear system in addition to Topology.
His work deals with themes such as Lattice and Structural health monitoring, which intersect with Optoelectronics. His research in Multistability intersects with topics in Coupling, Condensed matter physics and Dynamics. His Control reconfiguration research integrates issues from Wave propagation, Piecewise and Metamaterial.
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A review of the recent research on vibration energy harvesting via bistable systems
R L Harne;K W Wang.
Smart Materials and Structures (2013)
Variable stiffness structures utilizing fluidic flexible matrix composites
Ying Shan;Mike Philen;Amir Lotfi;Suyi Li.
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures (2009)
Programmable Self-Locking Origami Mechanical Metamaterials.
Hongbin Fang;Shih‐Cheng A. Chu;Yutong Xia;Kon‐Well Wang.
Advanced Materials (2018)
Architected Origami Materials: How Folding Creates Sophisticated Mechanical Properties.
Suyi Li;Hongbin Fang;Hongbin Fang;Sahand Sadeghi;Priyanka Bhovad.
Advanced Materials (2019)
Harnessing Bistable Structural Dynamics: For Vibration Control, Energy Harvesting and Sensing
Ryan L. Harne;Kon-Well Wang.
Fluidic origami with embedded pressure dependent multi-stability: a plant inspired innovation
Suyi Li;K. W. Wang.
Journal of the Royal Society Interface (2015)
Fluidic origami: a plant-inspired adaptive structure with shape morphing and stiffness tuning
Suyi Li;K W Wang.
Smart Materials and Structures (2015)
Damage detection and conductivity evolution in carbon nanofiber epoxy via electrical impedance tomography
T N Tallman;S Gungor;K W Wang;C E Bakis.
Smart Materials and Structures (2014)
The interfacial strength of carbon nanofiber epoxy composite using single fiber pullout experiments
M P Manoharan;A Sharma;A V Desai;M A Haque.
Concise and high-fidelity predictive criteria for maximizing performance and robustness of bistable energy harvesters
R. L. Harne;M. Thota;K. W. Wang.
Applied Physics Letters (2013)
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