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Yu-Hung Li


PhD Candidate, SACL, Material Science and Engineering

Office: Durand Building, Room 006A

Phone: (650) 723-3524 | Fax: (650) 725-3377

Email: liyuhung [AT] stanford.edu



Background

MS Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University, 2010.
BS Materials Science and Engineering, National Taiwan University, 2006.


Research Interests


  • Synthesis and characterization of high-temperature piezoelectric / ferroelectric material systems
  • Design and micro-fabrication of high-temperature sensor network


Current Research


My research focuses on developing a miniaturized SHM sensor/actuator network that can be embedded into high-temperature composites to provide real-time diagnostics/prognostics for the structures even in extreme environments. Currently we are aiming to integrate our sensor network with high-temperature polymer-matrix composites; in addition, we are also looking into different synthesis/fabrication methods to push the thermal limits of the sensor network higher in order to accommodate applications at higher temperatures.



Experience

09/2010 - present: Research assistant in SACL, Stanford University.
09/2009 - 12/2011: Course assistant, Stanford University
MatSci155 Nanomaterials Synthesis
MatSci331 Atom-based Computational Methods for Materials
MatSci256 Solar cells, Fuel cells, and Batteries: Materials for the Energy Solution