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Dr. Cheng-FeiCao | Functional Composite Materials | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Cheng-FeiCao, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

πŸŽ“ Cheng-Fei Cao, a research fellow at USQ’s Centre for Future Materials, earned his PhD in Materials Engineering in Jan. 2024 under Prof. Hao Wang’s mentorship. Specializing in functional polymeric nanocomposites, bio-inspired film materials, and flame-retardant coatings, he’s a prolific author with 25 publications in top-tier journals like ACS Nano. With 1,600+ citations and an H-index of 17, his research on smart fire alarm sensors has made a significant impact. πŸ“šπŸ”¬

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Education:

Cheng-Fei Cao earned his PhD in Materials Engineering from the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) in January 2024. His doctoral research focused on functional polymeric nanocomposites, bio-inspired film materials, multifunctional flame-retardant coatings, and smart fire alarm sensors.

Experience:

Currently, Cheng-Fei Cao serves as a research fellow at the Centre for Future Materials, USQ, Australia. Under the guidance of Prof. Hao Wang, Editor-in-Chief of Composites Part B: Engineering, he conducts research in advanced materials science, particularly in the aforementioned areas of expertise.

Academic Achievements:

Throughout his academic journey, Cheng-Fei Cao has co-authored 25 peer-reviewed publications in esteemed international journals like ACS Nano, Adv. Funct. Mater., and Adv. Sci. His research has garnered significant attention, accumulating over 1,600 citations and boasting an H-index of 17 according to Google Scholar. These achievements underscore his contributions to the advancement of materials engineering and his standing within the academic community.

Research Focus:

Cheng-Fei Cao’s research focus lies in the development of innovative materials for fire detection and prevention. 🧯 His work primarily revolves around creating efficient flame detection and early warning sensors using advanced coatings and nanomaterials. Through his studies, he explores the design and fabrication of flame-retardant materials with enhanced functionalities, such as temperature responsiveness and mechanical flexibility. Cao’s contributions extend to bio-inspired approaches for sustainable fire protection and warning systems. With a keen interest in functional polymeric nanocomposites and smart sensor technology, he endeavors to advance fire safety measures with cutting-edge solutions. πŸ”₯πŸ”¬

Publication Top Notes:

  1. Efficient flame detection and early warning sensors on combustible materials using hierarchical graphene oxide/silicone coatings πŸ“ Published in ACS nano in 2018, cited 231 times.
  2. Facile and green fabrication of flame-retardant Ti3C2Tx MXene networks for ultrafast, reusable and weather-resistant fire warning πŸ“ Published in Chemical Engineering Journal in 2022, cited 158 times.
  3. Temperature-responsive resistance sensitivity controlled by L-ascorbic acid and silane co-functionalization in flame-retardant GO network for efficient fire early-warning response πŸ“ Published in Chemical Engineering Journal in 2020, cited 137 times.
  4. Silane grafted graphene oxide papers for improved flame resistance and fast fire alarm responseπŸ“ Published in Composites Part B: Engineering in 2019, cited 137 times.
  5. Facile and green synthesis of mechanically flexible and flame-retardant clay/graphene oxide nanoribbon interconnected networks for fire safety and prevention πŸ“ Published in Chemical Engineering Journal in 2021, cited 124 times.
  6. Design of mechanically stable, electrically conductive and highly hydrophobic three-dimensional graphene nanoribbon composites by modulating the interconnected network on … πŸ“ Published in Composites Science and Technology in 2019, cited 97 times.
  7. Fire intumescent, high-temperature resistant, mechanically flexible graphene oxide network for exceptional fire shielding and ultra-fast fire warning πŸ“ Published in Nano-Micro Letters in 2022, cited 92 times.
  8. Smart fire-warning materials and sensors: Design principle, performances, and applications πŸ“ Published in Materials Science and Engineering: R: Reports in 2022, cited 90 times.
  9. One-step and green synthesis of lightweight, mechanically flexible and flame-retardant polydimethylsiloxane foam nanocomposites via surface-assembling ultralow content of … πŸ“ Published in Chemical Engineering Journal in 2020, cited 89 times.
  10. Bio-inspired, sustainable and mechanically robust graphene oxide-based hybrid networks for efficient fire protection and warning πŸ“ Published in Chemical Engineering Journal in 2022, cited 86 times.

 

 

 

 

Cheng-FeiCao | Functional Composite Materials | Best Researcher Award

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