Xiao Xiao (肖潇)

Xiao Xiao (肖潇)

PhD student

UCLA Bioengineering

Biography

Xiao Xiao is a Ph.D. student in the University of California, Los Angeles. At UCLA, he conducts research under the supervision of Professor Jun Chen in the Wearable Bioelectronics Research Group. He has already published 29 journal articles and 15 of them are as the first/co-first author in Science Advances, Chemical Reviews, Trends in Chemistry, ACS Nano, Nano Letters and many others. Of note, 10 of those publications are selected as journal cover art, and 2 are Highly Cited Paper and Hot Paper by the Web of Science. His papers were cited near 400 times and his current H-index is 8 on Google Scholar.

Interests

  • bioelectronics
  • bioengineering
  • bionics

Education

  • Ph.D. student, 2020 ~ Now

    University of California, Los Angeles

  • B.Eng., 2016 ~ 2020

    Beihang University

Recent Posts

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Learning From Nature

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Learning From Nature

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Conferences & Talks

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Forum on fashion design and sustainable development

Xiao Xiao was invited to made an oral presentation in the Forum on fashion design and sustainable development.

Materials Undergraduate Academic Forum of Beijing Universities

Xiao Xiao made an oral presentation entitiled Bio-inspired Slippery Surface for Controllable Manipulation of Gas Bubbles in Liquid Environment, and won the honor of excellent thesis.
Materials Undergraduate Academic Forum of Beijing Universities

The Russian-Chinese Arctic Forum of the Young Scientists

Xiao Xiao made an oral presentation in the section of Ecological-Climatic and Chemical Issues of a Cryolithic Zone.
The Russian-Chinese Arctic Forum of the Young Scientists

Recent Publications

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Ultrafast and Selective Nanofiltration Enabled by Graphene Oxide Membranes with Unzipped Carbon Nanotube Networks

A research article selected as the Cover Image of ACS Applied Materials Interfaces.

An ultrathin rechargeable solid-state zinc ion fiber battery for electronic textiles

A research article featured on the Cover Image of Science Advances.
An ultrathin rechargeable solid-state zinc ion fiber battery for electronic textiles

MXene-Sponge Based High-Performance Piezoresistive Sensor for Wearable Biomonitoring and Real-Time Tactile Sensing

A research article featured on the Cover Image of Small methods.

A Personalized Acoustic Interface for Wearable Human–Machine Interaction

A research article published on Advanced Functional Materials.

Computational investigation of ultrasound induced electricity generation via a triboelectric nanogenerator

A research article published on Nano Energy.

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