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Biography
Dr. Anson W. K. Ma

Dr. Anson W. K. Ma

Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering & Institute of Materials Science

University of Connecticut, USA

Assistant Professor


Email: anson.ma@uconn.edu


Qualifications


2009 Ph.D., University of Cambridge, Chemical Engineering

2005 M.Phil., The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Chemical Engineering

2003 B.Eng., The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Chemical and Environmental Engineering


Publications

  1. N. Behabtu, C. C. Young, D. E. Tsentalovich, O. Kleinerman, X. Wang, A. W. K. Ma, E. A. Bengio, R. F. ter Waarbeek, J. J. de Jong, R. E. Hoogerwerf, S. B. Fairchild, J. B. Ferguson, B. Maruyama, J. Kono, Y. Talmon, Y. Cohen, M. J. Otto, M. Pasquali. Strong, light, multifunctional fibers of carbon nanotubes with ultrahigh conductivity. Science, 339, 182 – 186 (2013).
  2. F. Mirri, A. W. K. Ma, T. T. Hsu, N. Behabtu, S. L. Eichmann, C. C. Young, D. E. Tsentalovich, M. Pasquali. High-performance carbon nanotube transparent conductive films by scalable dip coating. ACS Nano, 6, 9737 – 9744 (2012).
  3. B. Dan, A. W. K. Ma, E. H. Hároz, J. Kono, M. Pasquali. Nematic-like alignment in SWNT thin films from aqueous colloidal suspensions. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 51, 10232 – 10237 (2012).
  4. A. W. K., Ma, F. Chinesta, Chapter 8 – Carbon nanotube composite reinforcements, in P. Boisse (ed.) Composite reinforcements for optimum performance: fundamentals, properties and modelling, Woodhead publishing, Cambridge, UK (2011).
  5. A. W. K. Ma, K. M. Yearsley, F. Chinesta, M. R. Mackley. A review of the microstructure and rheology of carbon nanotube suspensions. Proc. ImechE Part N: J. Nanoengineering and Nanosystems, 222, 71-94 (2009). Best Paper Award.
  6. A. W. K. Ma, F. Chinesta, M. R. Mackley. The rheology and modeling of chemically treated carbon nanotube suspensions. J. Rheol., 53, 547 – 573 (2009).
  7. W. K. A. Ma, F. Chinesta, A. Ammar, M. R. Mackley. Rheological modeling of carbon nanotube aggregate suspensions. J. Rheol., 52, 1311 – 1330 (2008).
  8. E. Cueto, A. W. K. Ma, F. Chinesta, M. R. Mackley. Numerical simulation of spin coating processes involving functionalized carbon nanotube suspensions. Int. J. Mat. Form. 2, 89 – 99 (2008).
  9. A. W. K. Ma, M. R. Mackley, F. Chinesta. Rheological modelling of carbon nanotube (CNT) in steady shear flows. Int. J. Mat. Form. 2, 83 – 88 (2008).
  10. A. W. K. Ma, M. R. Mackley, F. Chinesta. The microstructure and rheology of carbon nanotube suspensions. Int. J. Mat. Form. 2, 75 – 81 (2008).
  11. A. W. K. Ma, F. Chinesta, T. Tuladhar, M. R. Mackley. Filament stretching of carbon nanotube suspensions. Rheol. Acta, 47, 447 – 457 (2008).
  12. A. W. K. Ma, M. R. Mackley, S. S. Rahatekar. Experimental observation on the flow-induced assembly of carbon nanotube suspensions to form helical bands. Rheol. Acta 46, 979 – 987 (2007).
  13. J. Lu, A. Ma, S. Yang, K. M. Ng. Surfactant assisted solid-state synthesis and gas sensor application of a SWCNT/SnO2 nanocomposite. J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 7, 1589 – 1595 (2007).
  14. A. Ma, J. Lu, S. Yang, K. M. Ng. Quantitative non-covalent functionalization of carbon nanotubes. J. Cluster Sci. 17, 599 – 608 (2006).

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