Shock-responsive soft materials

Materials that absorb shockwave energy from blasts and high-speed impacts are critical for protection of structures, vehicles, and people. SAM research group investigates material structures and new energy dissipation mechanisms to attenuate shockwave pressure.

2D patterning using spatially regulated shockwave pressure

Light-responsive polymers harnessing photoswitches

Will be updated soon

Transiently-crosslinked polymers

Will be updated soon

Thin film adhesion strength measurement

Will be updated soon