2007 - IEEE Fellow For contribution to ferroelectric materials
Qiming Zhang focuses on Composite material, Dielectric, Ferroelectricity, Electrocaloric effect and Polymer. His Dielectric research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ceramic and Capacitor. Qiming Zhang interconnects Phase transition, Condensed matter physics, Curie temperature and Thin film in the investigation of issues within Ferroelectricity.
The Electrocaloric effect study combines topics in areas such as Refrigeration, Relaxor ferroelectric, Atmospheric temperature range, Pyroelectricity and Adiabatic process. His research investigates the connection between Polymer and topics such as Nanotechnology that intersect with issues in Actuator, Electroactive polymer actuators, Antiferroelectricity, Liquid crystal and Crystal. The various areas that Qiming Zhang examines in his Optoelectronics study include Polarization and Dipole.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Dielectric, Polymer, Ferroelectricity and Electrostriction. His Composite material study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Actuator. His studies in Dielectric integrate themes in fields like Polymer blend and Capacitor.
His studies deal with areas such as Polarization, Optoelectronics, Crystallinity and Dipole as well as Polymer. His Ferroelectricity study incorporates themes from Phase transition, Condensed matter physics and Polymer chemistry. His Electrostriction research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Electron beam processing, Strain and Elastic modulus.
Qiming Zhang mainly investigates Dielectric, Composite material, Polymer, Electrocaloric effect and Optoelectronics. His Dielectric study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dipole, Polymer blend and Capacitor. The concepts of his Composite material study are interwoven with issues in Microwave and Electrode.
In his research on the topic of Polymer, Chemical engineering is strongly related with Ether. Electrocaloric effect is the subject of his research, which falls under Ferroelectricity. His Ferroelectricity research includes themes of Copolymer, Polarization, Crystallinity and Electrostriction.
Qiming Zhang mainly focuses on Dielectric, Electrocaloric effect, Optoelectronics, Composite material and Polymer. His research in Dielectric intersects with topics in Dipole, Energy storage and Capacitor. His Electrocaloric effect study introduces a deeper knowledge of Ferroelectricity.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Polymer blend and Pentacene. His Composite material research includes elements of Transverse plane and Heterojunction. His Polymer research incorporates elements of Polymer chemistry and Nanostructure.
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A Dielectric Polymer with High Electric Energy Density and Fast Discharge Speed
Baojin Chu;Xin Zhou;Kailiang Ren;Bret Neese.
Giant Electrostriction and Relaxor Ferroelectric Behavior in Electron-Irradiated Poly(vinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene) Copolymer
Q. M. Zhang;Vivek Bharti;X. Zhao.
Giant Electrocaloric Effect in Thin-Film PbZr0.95Ti0.05O3
A. S. Mischenko;Q. Zhang;J. F. Scott;R. W. Whatmore.
An all-organic composite actuator material with a high dielectric constant
Qiming Zhang;Hengfeng Li;Martin Poh;Feng Xia.
Large electrocaloric effect in ferroelectric polymers near room temperature.
Bret Neese;Baojin Chu;Sheng-Guo Lu;Yong Wang.
High-dielectric-constant ceramic-powder polymer composites
Y. Bai;Z.-Y. Cheng;V. Bharti;H. S. Xu.
Applied Physics Letters (2000)
Direct evaluation of domain‐wall and intrinsic contributions to the dielectric and piezoelectric response and their temperature dependence on lead zirconate‐titanate ceramics
Q. M. Zhang;H. Wang;N. Kim;L. E. Cross.
Journal of Applied Physics (1994)
Nanocomposites of Ferroelectric Polymers with TiO2 Nanoparticles Exhibiting Significantly Enhanced Electrical Energy Density
Junjun Li;Sang Il Seok;Baojin Chu;Fatih Dogan.
Advanced Materials (2009)
Electrocaloric Materials for Solid‐State Refrigeration
Sheng-Guo Lu;Qiming Zhang.
Advanced Materials (2009)
High electromechanical responses in a poly(vinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene-chlorofluoroethylene) terpolymer
F. Xia;Z.-Y. Cheng;H.S. Xu;H.F. Li.
Advanced Materials (2002)
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