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Graphene-enabled adaptive infrared textiles (2020)
Journal Article
Ergoktas, M. S., Bakan, G., Steiner, P., Bartlam, C., Malevich, Y., Ozden-Yenigun, E., …Kocabas, C. (2020). Graphene-enabled adaptive infrared textiles. Nano Letters, 20(7), 5346-5352. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c01694

Interactive clothing requires sensing and display functionalities to be embedded on textiles. Despite the significant progress of electronic textiles, the integration of optoelectronic materials on fabrics remains as an outstanding challenge. In this... Read More about Graphene-enabled adaptive infrared textiles.

Highly conductive, scalable, and machine washable graphene-based e-textiles for multifunctional wearable electronic applications (2020)
Journal Article
Afroj, S., Tan, S., Abdelkader, A. M., Novoselov, K. S., & Karim, N. (2020). Highly conductive, scalable, and machine washable graphene-based e-textiles for multifunctional wearable electronic applications. Advanced Functional Materials, 30(23), https://doi.org/10.1002/adfm.202000293

Graphene‐based textiles show promise for next‐generation wearable electronic applications due to their advantages over metal‐based technologies. However, current reduced graphene oxide (rGO)‐based electronic textiles (e‐textiles) suffer from poor ele... Read More about Highly conductive, scalable, and machine washable graphene-based e-textiles for multifunctional wearable electronic applications.

Flakes to Fabric: Graphene-Based Next Generation Wearable Electronic Textiles (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Karim, N. (2019, November). Flakes to Fabric: Graphene-Based Next Generation Wearable Electronic Textiles. Presented at Carbontech- 4th International Carbon Materials Conference & Exhibition, Shanghai, China

Wearable electronics is a hot topic at the moment due to its potential applications as portable, flexible, and stretchable human-interactive sensors, actuators, displays, and energy storage devices. Among them, smart wearable textiles have been goin... Read More about Flakes to Fabric: Graphene-Based Next Generation Wearable Electronic Textiles.

All Inkjet-Printed Graphene-Silver Composite Ink on Textiles for Highly Conductive Wearable Electronics Applications (2019)
Journal Article
Karim, N., Afroj, S., Tan, S., Novoselov, K. S., & Yeates, S. G. (2019). All Inkjet-Printed Graphene-Silver Composite Ink on Textiles for Highly Conductive Wearable Electronics Applications. Scientific Reports, 9(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-44420-y

© 2019, The Author(s). Inkjet-printed wearable electronic textiles (e-textiles) are considered to be very promising due to excellent processing and environmental benefits offered by digital fabrication technique. Inkjet-printing of conductive metalli... Read More about All Inkjet-Printed Graphene-Silver Composite Ink on Textiles for Highly Conductive Wearable Electronics Applications.

Ultrahigh Performance of Nanoengineered Graphene-Based Natural Jute Fiber Composites (2019)
Journal Article
Sarker, F., Potluri, P., Afroj, S., Koncherry, V., Novoselov, K. S., & Karim, N. (2019). Ultrahigh Performance of Nanoengineered Graphene-Based Natural Jute Fiber Composites. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 11(23), 21166-21176. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.9b04696

© 2019 American Chemical Society. Natural fibers composites are considered as a sustainable alternative to synthetic composites due to their environmental and economic benefits. However, they suffer from poor mechanical and interfacial properties due... Read More about Ultrahigh Performance of Nanoengineered Graphene-Based Natural Jute Fiber Composites.

Engineering Graphene Flakes for Wearable Textile Sensors via Highly Scalable and Ultrafast Yarn Dyeing Technique (2019)
Journal Article
Afroj, S., Karim, N., Wang, Z., Tan, S., He, P., Holwill, M., …Novoselov, K. S. (2019). Engineering Graphene Flakes for Wearable Textile Sensors via Highly Scalable and Ultrafast Yarn Dyeing Technique. ACS Nano, 13(4), 3847-3857. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.9b00319

© 2019 American Chemical Society. Multifunctional wearable e-textiles have been a focus of much attention due to their great potential for healthcare, sportswear, fitness, space, and military applications. Among them, electroconductive textile yarn s... Read More about Engineering Graphene Flakes for Wearable Textile Sensors via Highly Scalable and Ultrafast Yarn Dyeing Technique.

High-Performance Graphene-Based Natural Fiber Composites (2018)
Journal Article
Sarker, F., Karim, N., Afroj, S., Koncherry, V., Novoselov, K. S., & Potluri, P. (2018). High-Performance Graphene-Based Natural Fiber Composites. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 10(40), 34502-34512. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.8b13018

© 2018 American Chemical Society. Natural fiber composites are attracting significant interest due to their potential for replacing synthetic composites at lower cost with improved environmental sustainability. However, natural fiber composites suffe... Read More about High-Performance Graphene-Based Natural Fiber Composites.

Graphene-based surface heater for de-icing applications (2018)
Journal Article
Karim, N., Zhang, M., Afroj, S., Koncherry, V., Potluri, P., & Novoselov, K. S. (2018). Graphene-based surface heater for de-icing applications. RSC Advances, 8(30), 16815-16823. https://doi.org/10.1039/c8ra02567c

© 2018 The Royal Society of Chemistry. Graphene-based de-icing composites are of great interest due to incredible thermal, electrical and mechanical properties of graphene. Moreover, current technologies possess a number of challenges such as expensi... Read More about Graphene-based surface heater for de-icing applications.

Graphene-Based Sensors (2017)
Patent
Karim, N. (2017). Graphene-Based Sensors

The present invention relates to a textile-based sensor which incorporates graphene into the fibre. The graphene is incorporated by a dyeing process in which a liquid composition containing the graphene is contacted with the fibre. The present invent... Read More about Graphene-Based Sensors.

Scalable Production of Graphene-Based Wearable E-Textiles (2017)
Journal Article
Karim, N., Afroj, S., Tan, S., He, P., Fernando, A., Carr, C., & Novoselov, K. S. (2017). Scalable Production of Graphene-Based Wearable E-Textiles. ACS Nano, 11(12), 12266-12275. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.7b05921

© 2017 American Chemical Society. Graphene-based wearable e-textiles are considered to be promising due to their advantages over traditional metal-based technology. However, the manufacturing process is complex and currently not suitable for industri... Read More about Scalable Production of Graphene-Based Wearable E-Textiles.

Ultraflexible and robust graphene supercapacitors printed on textiles for wearable electronics applications (2017)
Journal Article
Abdelkader, A. M., Karim, N., Vallés, C., Afroj, S., Novoselov, K. S., & Yeates, S. G. (2017). Ultraflexible and robust graphene supercapacitors printed on textiles for wearable electronics applications. 2D Materials, 4(3), 035016. https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1583/aa7d71

© 2017 IOP Publishing Ltd Printed graphene supercapacitors have the potential to empower tomorrow’s wearable electronics. We report a solid-state flexible supercapacitor device printed on textiles using graphene oxide ink and a screen-printing techni... Read More about Ultraflexible and robust graphene supercapacitors printed on textiles for wearable electronics applications.

Electrically Condutive Materials Comprising Graphene (2017)
Patent
Karim, N., & Yeates, S. (2017). Electrically Condutive Materials Comprising Graphene

The present invention relates to electrically conductive materials. The present invention also relates to processes for the preparation of these materials and to electronic circuits, electronic devices and textile garments that comprise them.

All inkjet-printed graphene-based conductive patterns for wearable e-textile applications (2017)
Journal Article
Karim, N., Afroj, S., Malandraki, A., Butterworth, S., Beach, C., Rigout, M., …Yeates, S. G. (2017). All inkjet-printed graphene-based conductive patterns for wearable e-textile applications. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 5(44), 11640-11648. https://doi.org/10.1039/c7tc03669h

© 2017 The Royal Society of Chemistry. Inkjet printing of graphene inks is considered to be very promising for wearable e-textile applications as benefits of both inkjet printing and extra-ordinary electronic, optical and mechanical properties of gra... Read More about All inkjet-printed graphene-based conductive patterns for wearable e-textile applications.


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