Yuwen Zeng

Yuwen Zeng
Fudan University · Department of Macromolecular Science

Doctor of Philosophy
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Quantum emitters in two-dimensional hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) are of significant interest because of their unique photophysical properties, such as single-photon emission at room temperature, and promising applications in quantum computing and communications. The photoemission from hBN defects covers a wide range of emission energies but identi...
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The recent interest in microscopic autonomous systems, including microrobots, colloidal state machines and smart dust has created a need for microscale energy storage and harvesting. However, macroscopic materials for energy storage have noted incompatibilities with micro-fabrication techniques, creating significant challenges to realizing microsca...
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The recent interest in microscopic autonomous systems, including microrobots, colloidal state machines and smart dust has created a need for microscale energy storage and harvesting. However, macroscopic materials for energy storage have noted incompatibilities with micro-fabrication techniques, creating significant challenges to realizing microsca...
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Polymers that extend covalently in two dimensions have attracted recent attention1,2 as a means of combining the mechanical strength and in-plane energy conduction of conventional two-dimensional (2D) materials3,4 with the low densities, synthetic processability and organic composition of their one-dimensional counterparts. Efforts so far have prov...
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Two-dimensional (2D) polymers are extended networks of multi-functional repeating units that are covalently linked together but confined to a single plane. The past decade has witnessed a surge in interest and effort toward producing and utilizing 2D polymers. However, facile synthesis schemes suitable for mass production are yet to be realized. In...
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Polymers that extend covalently in two dimensions have attracted recent attention as a means of combining the mechanical strength and in-plane energy conduction of conventional two-dimensional (2D) materials with the low densities, synthetic processability, and organic composition of their one-dimensional counterparts. Efforts to date have proven s...
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Although the structure and properties of water under conditions of extreme confinement are fundamentally important for a variety of applications, they remain poorly understood, especially for dimensions less than 2 nm. This problem is confounded by the difficulty in controlling surface roughness and dimensionality in fabricated nanochannels, contri...
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Nanostructured fibers provide a basis for a unique class of multifunctional textiles, composites and membrane applications, including those capable of chromatic modulating because of their high aspect ratio, surface area, and processing capability. Here-in, we utilize two-dimensional (2D) materials including molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) and hexagona...

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