Fang Yi
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A universal self-charging system driven by random biomechanical energy for sustainable operation of mobile electronics
S Niu, X Wang, F Yi, YS Zhou, ZL Wang
Nature communications 6 (1), 8975, 2015
Sustainably powering wearable electronics solely by biomechanical energy
J Wang, S Li, F Yi, Y Zi, J Lin, X Wang, Y Xu, ZL Wang
Nature communications 7 (1), 12744, 2016
Eardrum‐Inspired Active Sensors for Self‐Powered Cardiovascular System Characterization and Throat‐Attached Anti‐Interference Voice Recognition
J Yang, J Chen, Y Su, Q Jing, Z Li, F Yi, X Wen, Z Wang, ZL Wang
Advanced Materials 27 (8), 1316-1326, 2015
Triboelectric–pyroelectric–piezoelectric hybrid cell for high‐efficiency energy‐harvesting and self‐powered sensing
Y Zi, L Lin, J Wang, S Wang, J Chen, X Fan, PK Yang, F Yi, ZL Wang
Advanced Materials 27 (14), 2340-2347, 2015
Triboelectric nanogenerator based on fully enclosed rolling spherical structure for harvesting low‐frequency water wave energy
X Wang, S Niu, Y Yin, F Yi, Z You, ZL Wang
Advanced Energy Materials 5 (24), 1501467, 2015
Stretchable‐rubber‐based triboelectric nanogenerator and its application as self‐powered body motion sensors
F Yi, L Lin, S Niu, PK Yang, Z Wang, J Chen, Y Zhou, Y Zi, J Wang, Q Liao, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (24), 3688-3696, 2015
A Flexible Fiber‐Based Supercapacitor–Triboelectric‐Nanogenerator Power System for Wearable Electronics
J Wang, X Li, Y Zi, S Wang, Z Li, L Zheng, F Yi, S Li, ZL Wang
Advanced Materials 27 (33), 4830-4836, 2015
Light-induced pyroelectric effect as an effective approach for ultrafast ultraviolet nanosensing
Z Wang, R Yu, C Pan, Z Li, J Yang, F Yi, ZL Wang
Nature communications 6 (1), 8401, 2015
A highly shape-adaptive, stretchable design based on conductive liquid for energy harvesting and self-powered biomechanical monitoring
F Yi, X Wang, S Niu, S Li, Y Yin, K Dai, G Zhang, L Lin, Z Wen, H Guo, ...
Science advances 2 (6), e1501624, 2016
Wearable energy sources based on 2D materials
F Yi, H Ren, J Shan, X Sun, D Wei, Z Liu
Chemical Society Reviews 47 (9), 3152-3188, 2018
A flexible, stretchable and shape‐adaptive approach for versatile energy conversion and self‐powered biomedical monitoring
PK Yang, L Lin, F Yi, X Li, KC Pradel, Y Zi, CI Wu, JH He, Y Zhang, ...
Advanced Materials 27 (25), 3817-3824, 2015
Ti 3 C 2 T x MXene for electrode materials of supercapacitors
R Ma, Z Chen, D Zhao, X Zhang, J Zhuo, Y Yin, X Wang, G Yang, F Yi
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 9 (19), 11501-11529, 2021
Recent advances in triboelectric nanogenerator-based health monitoring
F Yi, Z Zhang, Z Kang, Q Liao, Y Zhang
Advanced Functional Materials, 1808849, 2019
Stretchable and waterproof self-charging power system for harvesting energy from diverse deformation and powering wearable electronics
F Yi, J Wang, X Wang, S Niu, S Li, Q Liao, Y Xu, Z You, Y Zhang, ZL Wang
ACS nano 10 (7), 6519-6525, 2016
Self‐Powered Trajectory, Velocity, and Acceleration Tracking of a Moving Object/Body using a Triboelectric Sensor
F Yi, L Lin, S Niu, J Yang, W Wu, S Wang, Q Liao, Y Zhang, ZL Wang
Advanced Functional Materials 24 (47), 7488-7494, 2014
Harvesting ambient vibration energy over a wide frequency range for self-powered electronics
X Wang, S Niu, F Yi, Y Yin, C Hao, K Dai, Y Zhang, Z You, ZL Wang
ACS nano 11 (2), 1728-1735, 2017
Bioinspired stretchable triboelectric nanogenerator as energy-harvesting skin for self-powered electronics
X Wang, Y Yin, F Yi, K Dai, S Niu, Y Han, Y Zhang, Z You
Nano Energy 39, 429-436, 2017
Recyclable and green triboelectric nanogenerator
Q Liang, Q Zhang, X Yan, X Liao, L Han, F Yi, M Ma, Y Zhang
Advanced Materials 29 (5), 1604961, 2017
Green hybrid power system based on triboelectric nanogenerator for wearable/portable electronics
Q Zhang, Z Zhang, Q Liang, F Gao, F Yi, M Ma, Q Liao, Z Kang, Y Zhang
Nano Energy 55, 151-163, 2019
Self-powered artificial electronic skin for high-resolution pressure sensing
M Ma, Z Zhang, Q Liao, F Yi, L Han, G Zhang, S Liu, X Liao, Y Zhang
Nano Energy 32, 389-396, 2017
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