His main research concerns Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube, Capillary action, Microfabrication and Electronics. His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Wetting and Lithography. Michael De Volder integrates Carbon nanotube and Ab initio in his research.
His Capillary action study combines topics in areas such as Substrate, Chemical vapor deposition and Elastic modulus. Michael De Volder combines subjects such as Electricity generation, Supercapacitor, Mechanical strength and Energy storage with his study of Electronics. His work carried out in the field of Nanoscopic scale brings together such families of science as Self-assembly and Polymer.
Michael De Volder mainly focuses on Carbon nanotube, Nanotechnology, Mechanical engineering, Composite material and Actuator. His Carbon nanotube research focuses on subjects like Composite number, which are linked to Honeycomb. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Nanotechnology, Microelectromechanical systems is strongly linked to Capillary action.
His Mechanical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fluidics, Microactuator and Leakage. His Composite material research includes elements of Self-healing hydrogels, Finite element method and Anisotropy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Control engineering, Bending and Inflatable.
His primary areas of investigation include Carbon nanotube, Chemical engineering, Battery, Cathode and Optoelectronics. To a larger extent, Michael De Volder studies Composite material with the aim of understanding Carbon nanotube. He works mostly in the field of Chemical engineering, limiting it down to concerns involving Catalysis and, occasionally, Nanoparticle.
He has included themes like Inorganic chemistry and Lithium in his Battery study. Michael De Volder interconnects Electrochemistry, Anode, Lithium-ion battery and Solar energy in the investigation of issues within Cathode. The subject of his Nanomaterials research is within the realm of Nanotechnology.
Michael De Volder mainly investigates Chemical engineering, Optoelectronics, Battery, Carbon nanotube and Nanomaterials. His Optoelectronics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electrochemistry, Solar energy, Graphene and Capacitor. His study in Battery is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Vanadium oxide, Cathode and Silicide, Silicon.
Carbon nanotube connects with themes related to Lithium in his study. His studies deal with areas such as Graphite, Anode and Iron oxide as well as Lithium. His work investigates the relationship between Nanomaterials and topics such as Catalysis that intersect with problems in Nanoparticle.
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Carbon Nanotubes: Present and Future Commercial Applications
Michael F. L. De Volder;Michael F. L. De Volder;Michael F. L. De Volder;Sameh H. Tawfick;Sameh H. Tawfick;Ray H. Baughman;A. John Hart;A. John Hart.
Blue-Green Color Tunable Solution Processable Organolead Chloride-Bromide Mixed Halide Perovskites for Optoelectronic Applications
Aditya Sadhanala;Shahab Ahmad;Baodan Zhao;Nadja Giesbrecht.
Nano Letters (2015)
Pneumatic and hydraulic microactuators: a review
Michaël De Volder;Dominiek Reynaerts.
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering (2010)
Engineering of Micro‐ and Nanostructured Surfaces with Anisotropic Geometries and Properties
Sameh H Tawfick;Michael De Volder;Davor Copic;Sei Jin Park.
Advanced Materials (2012)
Elastic Inflatable Actuators for Soft Robotic Applications
Benjamin Gorissen;Dominiek Reynaerts;Satoshi Konishi;Kazuhiro Yoshida.
Advanced Materials (2017)
Liquid transport facilitated by channels in Bacillus subtilis biofilms
James N. Wilking;Vasily Zaburdaev;Michael De Volder;Richard Losick.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Diverse 3D Microarchitectures Made by Capillary Forming of Carbon Nanotubes
Michael De Volder;Michael De Volder;Sameh H. Tawfick;Sei Jin Park;Davor Copic.
Advanced Materials (2010)
Engineering Hierarchical Nanostructures by Elastocapillary Self-Assembly
Michaël De Volder;A. John Hart.
Angewandte Chemie (2013)
Photo-Rechargeable Organo-Halide Perovskite Batteries
Shahab Ahmad;Chandramohan George;David J. Beesley;Jeremy J. Baumberg.
Nano Letters (2018)
Scalable Triple Cation Mixed Halide Perovskite–BiVO4 Tandems for Bias-Free Water Splitting
Virgil Andrei;Robert L. Z. Hoye;Micaela Crespo-Quesada;Mark Bajada.
Advanced Energy Materials (2018)
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