Speaker-Cheng-Te Lin

Cheng-Te Lin
Ningbo Institute of Material Technology & Engineering, CAS
Dr. Cheng-Te Lin received his Ph.D. degree inMaterials Science and Engineering at National Tsing Hua University (Taiwan) in2008. In 2012, he was a postdoc in Prof. Jing Kong's group at MassachusettsInstitute of Technology (MIT, USA), and undertook the investigation of grapheneaerogel supercapacitors. Subsequently, he took part in the project of highlythermally-conductive polymer composites with Prof. Gang Chen (MIT, USA). From2014 June, he is working as a full professor at Ningbo Institute of MaterialTechnology and Engineering. He is the recipient of "1000 Young TalentsPlan" from China's government (2015), "Hundred Talents Program"from Chinese Academy of Sciences (2014), and so on. Dr. Lin has 56 publicationson Nature Communications, Advanced Functional Materials, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, and Carbon etc. His research interests focus on the development of graphene-based applications, including CVD growth technique, functional composites, thermal interface materials, and biosensors.
Title:Superior thermal conductivity enhancement of polymer composites with bioinspired graphene architecture
SymposiumElectronic Devices
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Based on the fast growth of the deviceperformance, there has been an increasing demand for handling the issue ofthermal management in electronic equipments. Therefore, it is of great significanceto improve the thermal conductivity of the polymers, which are commonly used inelectronic components. Due to the high intrinsic thermal conductivity, grapheneexhibited great potential to be incorporated in the polymer matrix for thedevelopment of polymer composites with significant thermal conductivityenhancement. However, the difficulty of graphene dispersion and stronginterfacial phonon scattering restrict the heat dissipation performance ofgraphene/polymer composites. The creation of bioinspired graphene architecture with controlled three-dimensional structure in the polymer matrix represents a promising solution for the issue of the difficulty of graphene dispersion, and leads to remarkable improvement of heat transfer capacity of the composites.Our works provide a path to develop a variety of highly thermally conductive polymer composites for use in heat dissipation and other thermal applications.

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