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Yannan is a Phd candidate at the Energy and Resources Institute (ERI). His doctoral research explores the development of organic thermoelectric materials for waste heat harvesting and wearable devices. He graduated with a petroleum engineering background and previously worked in industry on emission reduction and renewable energy projects in China before starting his PhD at Charles Darwin University. He is particularly interested in the water-soluble conductive polymers developed as wearable electric generators and temperature sensors.
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Lu, Y., Liu, R., Hang, X. C. & Young, D. J., 14 Apr 2021, In: Polymer Chemistry. 12, 14, p. 2115-2121 7 p.
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Lu, Y. & Young, D. J., 21 Jun 2020, In: Dalton Transactions. 49, 23, p. 7644-7657 14 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-review