2023 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
2022 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
Qiongfeng Shi performs multidisciplinary study in Composite material and Textile in his work. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Textile and Composite material. He combines Triboelectric effect and Nanogenerator in his studies. His research on Nanogenerator often connects related topics like Voltage. He incorporates Voltage and Triboelectric effect in his research. Qiongfeng Shi combines Nanotechnology and Nanosensor in his research. Qiongfeng Shi performs multidisciplinary studies into Embedded system and Home automation in his work. His work often combines Home automation and Embedded system studies. He integrates Artificial intelligence and Automation in his studies.
As part of his studies on Composite material, Qiongfeng Shi often connects relevant areas like Nanogenerator. His studies link Acoustics with Nanogenerator. His Acoustics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Piezoelectricity. Piezoelectricity and Composite material are frequently intertwined in his study. In his works, Qiongfeng Shi performs multidisciplinary study on Triboelectric effect and Voltage. He merges many fields, such as Voltage and Triboelectric effect, in his writings. His Quantum mechanics study frequently links to other fields, such as Mechanical energy. He regularly ties together related areas like Power (physics) in his Mechanical energy studies. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Quantum mechanics and Power (physics).
As part of one scientific family, Qiongfeng Shi deals mainly with the area of Biometrics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Computer security, and often Encryption. He brings together Encryption and Computer security to produce work in his papers. Telecommunications is connected with Multiplexing and Wireless in his study. His Optoelectronics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Resonator and Microelectromechanical systems. His study connects Optoelectronics and Resonator. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Triboelectric effect and Nanogenerator. Qiongfeng Shi carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Nanogenerator and Triboelectric effect. His studies link Yarn with Composite material. While working on this project, Qiongfeng Shi studies both Yarn and Textile.
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Haptic-feedback smart glove as a creative human-machine interface (HMI) for virtual/augmented reality applications
Minglu Zhu;Zhongda Sun;Zixuan Zhang;Qiongfeng Shi.
Science Advances (2020)
Self-Powered and Self-Functional Cotton Sock Using Piezoelectric and Triboelectric Hybrid Mechanism for Healthcare and Sports Monitoring
Minglu Zhu;Qiongfeng Shi;Tianyiyi He;Zhiran Yi.
ACS Nano (2019)
More than energy harvesting – Combining triboelectric nanogenerator and flexible electronics technology for enabling novel micro-/nano-systems
Qiongfeng Shi;Tianyiyi He;Chengkuo Lee.
Nano Energy (2019)
Progress in wearable electronics/photonics—Moving toward the era of artificial intelligence and internet of things
Qiongfeng Shi;Bowei Dong;Tianyiyi He;Zhongda Sun.
Machine Learning Glove Using Self-Powered Conductive Superhydrophobic Triboelectric Textile for Gesture Recognition in VR/AR Applications
Feng Wen;Zhongda Sun;Tianyiyi He;Qiongfeng Shi.
Triboelectric Self-Powered Wearable Flexible Patch as 3D Motion Control Interface for Robotic Manipulator.
Tao Chen;Tao Chen;Qiongfeng Shi;Minglu Zhu;Tianyiyi He.
ACS Nano (2018)
Self-powered liquid triboelectric microfluidic sensor for pressure sensing and finger motion monitoring applications
Qiongfeng Shi;Hao Wang;Tao Wang;Chengkuo Lee.
Nano Energy (2016)
MEMS Based Broadband Piezoelectric Ultrasonic Energy Harvester (PUEH) for Enabling Self-Powered Implantable Biomedical Devices
Qiongfeng Shi;Tao Wang;Chengkuo Lee.
Scientific Reports (2016)
Beyond energy harvesting - multi-functional triboelectric nanosensors on a textile
Tianyiyi He;Qiongfeng Shi;Hao Wang;Feng Wen.
Nano Energy (2019)
Self-powered triboelectric nanogenerator buoy ball for applications ranging from environment monitoring to water wave energy farm
Qiongfeng Shi;Hao Wang;Han Wu;Chengkuo Lee.
Nano Energy (2017)
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