Ultra-drawn UHMWPE is an ideal candidate for smart windows in thermal management and energy-saving field due to its excellent thermal conductivity and visible light transmission.
Xinglong Pan is a doctoral candidate in the Stimuli-responsive Functional Materials and Devices group under supervision of Prof. Dr. Albert Schenning and Prof. Dr. Cees Bastiaansen. Xinglong works on materials based on ultra-drawn PE films which show potential application in energy-saving and thermal management.
Xinglong completed his Bachelor's degree with Materials Physics in 2014 at China University of Petroleum (East China). In 2017, he finished Master degree with Materials Science and Engineering about gas seperation membranes and gas sensors based on polymer and carbon materials at same university. Now, he works as a doctoral candidate in the Stimuli-responsive Functional Materials and Devices group at TU/e about smart windows based on ultra-drawn PE films.
Transparent, high-thermal-conductivity ultradrawn polyethylene/graphene nanocomposite filmsAdvanced Materials (2019)
Temperature- and light-regulated gas transport in a liquid crystal polymer networkAdvanced Functional Materials (2019)
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