Publications

  • Journal Papers

 Articles in Journals:

   

87. Zheng,S. Y; Yu,H. C; Yang,C; W. Hong; Zhu,F; Qian,J; Wu,Z. L; Zheng,Q. “Fracture of tough and stiff metallosupramolecular hydrogels”. Materials Today Physics, 13,100202(2020). 

    86. Hao, Xing Peng; Xu, Zhao; Li, Chen Yu; Hong, Wei; Zheng, Qiang; Wu, Zi Liang. “Kirigami-Design-Enabled Hydrogel Multimorphs with Application as a Multistate Switch”. ADVANCED MATERIALS. (2020).

    85. D. Zhong, J. Liu, Y. Xiang, T. Yin, W. Ho Site-Specific Pre-Swelling-Directed Morphing Structures of Patterned Hydrogels ng, H. Yu, S. Qu, W. Yang, “Effect of partition on the mechanical behaviors of soft adhesive layers”, Journal of Applied Mechanics, 86 (6), 061003 (2019).

    84. Nonoyama, Takayuki; Lee, Yong Woo; Ota, Kumi; Fujioka, Keigo; Hong, Wei; Gong, Jian Ping. “Instant Thermal Switching from Soft Hydrogel to Rigid Plastics Inspired by Thermophile Proteins”. ADVANCED MATERIALS. 32(4), (2019).

    83. Tian,Xinchun;Cook,Chloe;Hong,Wei;Ma,Tao;Brennecka,Geoff L;Tan,Xiaoli. “In Situ TEM Study of the Amorphous-to-Crystalline Transition during Dielectric Breakdown in TiO2 Film”. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces ,11(43): 40726-40733 (2019). 

    82. H. Guo, W. Hong, T. Kurokawa, T. Matsuda, Z.L. Wu, T. Nakajima, M. Takahata, T. Sun, P. Rao, J.P. Gong, “Internal Damage Evolution in Double-Network Hydrogels Studied by Microelectrode Technique”, Macromolecules, 52(18), 7114-7122 (2019). 

    81. C.Y. Li, X.P. Hao, S.Y. Zheng, W. Hong, Q. Zheng, Z.L. Wu, “Programmable Multistable Hydrogel Morphs”, Advanced Intelligent Systems, 1(5), 1900055 (2019). 

    80. Y. Wang, Q. Liu, J. Zhang, T. Hong, W. Sun, L. Tang, E. Arnold, Z. Suo, W. Hong, Z. Ren, C.F. Guo, “Giant Poisson's Effect for Wrinkle-Free Stretchable Transparent Electrodes”. Advanced Materials, 31(35), 1902955 (2019).

    79. H. Guo, T. Nakajima, D. Hourdet, A. Marcellan, C. Creton, W. Hong, T. Kurokawa, J.P. Gong, “Hydrophobic Hydrogels with Fruit-Like Structure and Functions”, Advanced Materials, 31 (25), 1900702 (2019). 

    78. Z. Cai, X. Wang, L. Li, W. Hong, “Electrical treeing: A phase-field model”, Extreme Mechanics Letters, 28, 87-95 (2019). 

    77. P. Rao, T. Li, Z.L. Wu, W. Hong, X. Yang, H. Yu, T.W. Wong, S. Qu, W. Yang, “Ductile “Ice”: Frozen hydrogels with high ductility and compressive yielding strength”, Extreme Mechanics Letters, 28, 43-49 (2019). 

    76. G. Li, Z. Qiu, Y. Wang, Y. Hong, Y. Wan, J. Zhang, J. Yang, Z. Wu, W. Hong, C.F. Guo, “PEDOT: PSS/Grafted-PDMS Electrode for Fully Organic and Intrinsically Stretchable Skin-like Electronics”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 11(10), 10373-10379 (2019). 

    75. S. Yashima, S. Hirayama, T. Kurokawa, T. Salez, H. Takefuji, W. Hong, J.-P. Gong, “Shearing-induced contact pattern formation in hydrogels sliding in polymer solution”, Soft Matter. 15 (9), 1953-1959 (2019).

    74. Z. Cai, X. Wang, W. Hong, B. Luo, Q. Zhao, L. Li, “Grain-size–dependent dielectric properties in nanograin ferroelectrics”, Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 101 (12), 5487-5496 (2018).

    73. Y. Tian, X. Gao, W. Hong, M. Du, P. Pan, J.Z. Sun, Z.L. Wu, Q. Zheng, “Kinetic Insights into Marangoni Effect-Assisted Preparation of Ultrathin Hydrogel Films”, Langmuir, 34 (41), 12310-12317 (2018). 

    72. Z. Qiu, Y. Wan, W. Zhou, J. Yang, J. Yang, J. Huang, J. Zhang, Q. Liu, S. Huang, N. Bai, Z. Wu, W. Hong, H. Wang, C.F. Guo, “Artificial Skin: Ionic Skin with Biomimetic Dielectric Layer Templated from Calathea Zebrine Leaf”, Advanced Functional Materials, 28 (37), 1870264 (2018).

    71. Almomani, L. Granadillo, W. Hong, R. Montazami, “Engineering ionic conductivity of ionomeric membranes: influence of Van der Waals volume of counterions and temperature”. Materials Research Express. 5 (6), 065325 (2018).

    70. G. Mao, Y. Xiang, X. Huang, W. Hong, T. Lu, S. Qu, “Viscoelastic effect on the wrinkling of an inflated dielectric-elastomer balloon”. Journal of Applied Mechanics. 85 (7), 071003 (2018).

    69. Z. Cai, X. Wang, B. Luo, W. Hong, L. Wu, L. Li. “Multiscale design of high‐voltage multilayer energy‐storage ceramic capacitors”. Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 101(4) 1607-1615 (2018).

    68. J. Liu, Z. Chen, X. Liang, X. Huang, G. Mao, W. Hong, H. Yu, S. Qu,"Puncture mechanics of soft elastomeric membrane with large deformation by rigid cylindrical indenter”. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. 112, 458-471 (2018).

    67. Y. Zhang, Y. Yong, D. An, W. Song, Q. Liu, L. Wang, Y. Pardo, V.R. Kern, P.H. Steen, W. Hong, and Z. Liu. “A drip-crosslinked tough hydrogel”. Polymer, 135, 327-330 (2018). 

    66. Z. Cai, X. Wang, B. Luo, W. Hong, L. Wu, and L. Li." Nanocomposites with enhanced dielectric permittivity and breakdown strength by microstructure design of nanofillers”. Composites Science and Technology, 151, 109-114 (2017). 

    65. Z. J. Wang, N. Z. Chao, W. Hong, and Z. L. Wu,"Cooperative deformations of periodically patterned hydrogels”, Science advances, 3(9), p.e1700348 (2017). 

    64. Almomani, W. Hong, W. Hong, and R. Montazami. “Influence of Temperature on the Electromechanical Properties of Ionic Liquid-Doped Ionic Polymer-Metal Composite Actuators”. Polymers. 9(8) 358 (2017).

    63. Z. Cai, X. Wang, B. Luo, W. Hong, L. Wu, L. Li, “Dielectric response and breakdown behavior of polymer-ceramic nanocomposites: the effect of nanoparticle distribution”, Composites Science and Technology, 145, 105-113 (2017).

    62. T.L. Sun, F. Luo, W. Hong, K. Cui, Y. Huang, H.J. Zhang, D.R. King, T. Kurokawa, T. Nakajima, and J.P. Gong. “Bulk Energy Dissipation Mechanism for the Fracture of Tough and Self-Healing Hydrogels”. Macromolecules. 50(7), 2923-2931 (2017). 

    61. F. Zhu, L. Cheng, Z.J. Wang, W. Hong, Z.L. Wu, J. Yin, J. Qian, and Q. Zheng. “3D-printed ultratough hydrogel structures with titin-like domains”. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. 9(13) 11363-11367 (2017).

    60. D. Yavas, X. Shang, W. Hong, and A. F. Bastawros, “Utilization of nanoindentation to examine bond line integrity in adhesively bonded composite structures”. International Journal of Fracture . 204 (1), 101-112 (2017).

    59. Z. J. Wang, C. N. Zhu, W. Hong, Z. L. Wu, and Q. Zheng, “Programmed planar-to-helical shape transformations of composite hydrogels with bioinspired layered fibrous structures”. Journal of Materials Chemistry B. 4(44), 7075-7079 (2016).

    58. X. Feng, Z. Ma, J. V. MacArthur, C. J. Giuffre, A. F. Bastawros, and W. Hong, “A highly Stretchable Double-Network Composite”. Soft Matter. 12(44),8999-9006 (2016).

    57. F. Gao and W. Hong, “Phase-field model for the two-phase lithiation of silicon”, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. 94, 18-32 (2016). 

    56. X. Huang, B. Li, W. Hong, Y.P. Cao, and X.Q. Feng, “Effects of tension-compression asymmetry on the surface wrinkling of film-substrate systems”. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. 94, 88-104 (2016). 

    55. M. A. Ali, W. Hong, S. Oren, Q. Wang, Y. Wang, H. Jiang, and L. Dong, “Tunable bioelectrodes with wrinkled-ridged graphene oxide surfaces for electrochemical nitrate sensors”. RSC Advances. 6(71) 67184-67195 (2016).

    54. H. Guo, X. Liu, X. Fei, L.-Q. Chen, W. Hong, and X. Tan, “Disrupting long-range polar order with an electric field”, Physical Review B. 93 (17) 174114 (2016). 

    53. H. Guo, T. Kurokawa, M. Takahata, W. Hong, Y. Katsuyama, F. Luo, J. Ahmed, T. Nakajima, T. Nonoyama, and J.-P. Gong, “Quantitative observation of electric potential distribution of polyelectrolyte hydrogels using microelectrode technique”, Macromolecules. 49(8) 3100-3108 (2016). 

    52. W. Hong, “Inverse lagrangian formulation for the deformation of hyperelastic solids”. Extreme Mechanics Letters. 9 (1), 30-39 (2016). 

    51. Q. Wang, W. Hong, and L. Dong, “Graphene “microdrums“ on a freestanding perforated thin membrane for high sensitivity MEMS pressure sensors”, Nanoscale. 8(14):7663-7671 (2016). 

    50. T. Matsuda, T. Nakajima, Y. Fukuda, W. Hong, T. Sakai, T. Kurokawa, C. Ung-il, and J.-P. Gong, “Yielding Criterion of Double Network Hydrogels”. Macromolecules. 49 (5), 1865-1872 (2016). 

    49. Z. Ma, X. Feng, and W. Hong, “Fracture of Soft Elastic Foam”. Journal of Applied Mechanics, Transactions ASME. 83(3):031007-031007-7 (2016). 

    48. W. Hong, “A kinetic model for anisotropic reactions in amorphous solids”, Extreme Mechanics Letters. 2, 46-51 (2015). 

    47. X. Huang, H.-P. Zhao, W.-H. Xie, W. Hong, X.-Q. Feng, “Radial wrinkles on film–substrate system induced by local prestretch: A theoretical analysis”. International Journal of Solids and Structures. 58, 12-19 (2015). 

    46. Y. Han, A. Mohla, X. Huang, W. Hong and L. E. Faidley, “Magnetostriction and field stiffening of magneto-active elastomers”. International Journal of Applied Mechanics. 7(1), 1550001 (2015).

    45. Y. Zhao, Y. Cao, W. Hong, M. K. Wadee, X.-Q. Feng, “Towards a quantitative understanding of period-doubling wrinkling patterns occurring in film/substrate bilayer systems”, Proceedings of the Royal Society A. 471(2173):20140695 (2015). 

    44. Y. Xu, W. Hong, Y. Feng, and X. Tan. “Antiferroelectricity induced by electric field in NaNbO3-based lead-free ceramics”. Applied Physics Letters. 104(5), 052903 (2014).

    43. X. Huang, A. Mohla, W. Hong, A. F. Bastawros, and X.-Q.Feng “Magnetorheological brush–a soft structure with highly tuneable stiffness”. Soft Matter. 10(10), 1537 -1543. (2014).

    42. K. C. Pitike and W. Hong “Phase-field model for dielectric breakdown in solids”. Journal of Applied Physics. 115,044101(2014). 

    41. X. Tan, S. E. Young, Y. H. Seo, J. Y. Zhang, W. Hong, K. G. Webber, “Transformation toughening in an antiferroelectric ceramic”. Acta Materialia. 62(1), 114-121 (2014).

    40. W. Hong and X. Wang, “A phase-field model for systems with coupled large deformation and mass transport”. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. 61(6), 1281-1294 (2013). 

    39. H. Yang, X. Qiao, W. Hong, and L. Dong, “Core-shell microcapsules with embedded microactuators for regulated release”. Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems. 22(3), 509-518 (2013). 

    38. Y. Han, W. Hong, and L. Faidley, “Field-stiffening effect of magneto-rheological elastomers”. International Journal of Solids and Structures. 50(14-15), 2281-2288 (2013). 

    37. W. Toh, Z. Liu, T. Y. Ng, and W. Hong, “Inhomogeneous large deformation kinetics of polymeric gels”, International Journal of Applied Mechanics. 5(1), 1350001 (2013). 

    36. S. E. Young, J. Y. Zhang, W. Hong, and X. Tan, “Mechanical self-confinement to enhance energy storage density of antiferroelectric capacitors”. Journal of Applied Physics. 113(5), 054101 (2013).

    35. Z. Liu, S. Swaddiwudhipong, and W. Hong, “Pattern formation in plants via instability theory of hydrogels”. Soft Matter. 9(2), 577-587 (2013). 

    34. X. Wang and W. Hong, “A visco-poroelastic theory for polymeric gels”. Proceedings of the Royal Society A. 468(2148), 3824 (2012). 

    33. W. Hong and J. P. Gong, “Mechanics and physics of hydrogels”. Soft Matter. 8, 8006-8007 (2012). 

    32. X. Wang and W. Hong, “Delayed fracture in gels”. Soft Matter. 8(31), 8171-8178 (2012). 

    31.  H. Yang, W. Hong, and L. Dong, “A controlled biochemical release device with embedded nanofluidic channels”. Applied Physics Letters. 100(15), 153510 (2012). 

    30. W. Hong, and X. Wang, “Modeling mechanochromatic lamellar gels”. Physical Review E. 85(3), 031801 (2012). 

    29. X. Wang and W. Hong, “Pseudo-elasticity of a double network gel”, Soft Matter. 7(18), 8576-8581 (2011). 

    28. Y. Han, W. Hong, L. Faidley, “Coupled magnetic field and viscoelasticity of ferrogel”. International Journal of Applied Mechanics. 3(2), 259-278 (2011). 

    27. W. Hong, “Modeling viscoelastic dielectrics”. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. 59(3), 637-650 (2011). 

    26. S. J. A. Koh, T. Li, J. Zhou, X. Zhao, W. Hong, J. Zhu, and Z. Suo. “Mechanisms of large actuation strain in dielectric elastomers”. Journal of Polymer Science. B 49 (7), 504-515 (2011). 

    25. X. Wang, W. Hong, “Theory of Ionic Polymer Conductor Network Composite”. Applied Physics Letters. 98(8), 081910 (2011). 

    24. Z. S. Liu, S. Swaddiwudhipong, F. S. Cui, W. Hong, Z. Suo and Y. W. Zhang, “Analytical solutions of polymeric gel structures under buckling and wrinkle”, International Journal of Applied Mechanics. 3(2), 235-257 (2011). 

    23. Z. Liu, W. Hong, Z. Suo, S. Swaddiwudhipong, Y. Zhang, “Modeling and simulation of buckling of polymeric membrane thin film gel”. Computational Materials Science. 49(1), S60-S64 (2010).

    22. L.E. Faidley, Y. Han, K. Tucker, S. Timmons and W. Hong, “Axial strain of ferrogels under cyclic magnetic fields”. Smart Materials and Structures. 19(7), 075001 (2010). 

    21. X. Tan, J. Frederick, C. Ma, E. Aulbach, M. Marsilius, W. Hong, T. Granzow, W. Jo, and J. Rödel, “Electric-field-induced antiferroelectric to ferroelectric phase transition in mechanically confined Pb0.99 Nb0.02 [(Zr0.57 Sn0.43) 0.94 Ti0.06] 0.98 O3”. Physical Review B. 81(1), 014103 (2010). 

    20. X. Wang and W. Hong, “Surface interactions between two like-charged polyelectrolyte gels”. Physical Review E. 81(4), 041803 (2010). 

    19. W. Hong, X. Zhao, and Z. Suo, “Large deformation and electrochemistry of polyelectrolyte gels”. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. 58(4), 558-577 (2010). 

    18. R. Marcombe, S. Cai, W. Hong, X. Zhao, Y. Lapusta, Z. Suo, “A theory of constrained swelling of a pH-sensitive hydrogel”. Soft Matter. 6(4), 784-793 (2010). 

    17. W. Hong, X. Zhao, and Z. Suo, “Formation of creases on the surfaces of elastomers and gels”. Applied Physics Letters. 95(11), 111901 (2009). 

    16. W. Hong, Z. Liu, and Z. Suo, “Inhomogeneous swelling of a gel in equilibrium with a solvent and mechanical load”. International Journal of Solids and Structures. 46(17), 3282-3289 (2009). 

    15. W. Hong, X. Zhao, Z. Suo, “Drying-induced bifurcation in a hydrogel-actuated nanostructure”, Journal of Applied Physics. 104(8), 084905 (2008). 

    14. X. Zhao, W. Hong and Z. Suo, “Stretching and polarizing a dielectric gel immersed in a solvent”, International Journal of Solids and Structures. 45(14-15), 4021-4031 (2008). 

    13. J. Zhou, W. Hong, X. Zhao, Z. Zhang, and Z. Suo, “Propagation of instability in dielectric elastomers”, International Journal of Solids and Structures. 45(13), 3739-3750 (2008). 

    12. W. Hong, X. Zhao, J. Zhou, and Z. Suo, “A theory of coupled diffusion and large deformation in polymeric gels”, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. 56(5), 1779-1793 (2008). 

    11. X. Zhao, W. Hong, Z. Suo, “Inhomogeneous and anisotropic equilibrium state of a swollen hydrogel containing a hard core”. Applied Physics Letters. 92, 051904 (2008). 

    10. W. Hong, Z. Suo and Z.-Y. Zhang, “Dynamics of terraces on a silicon surface due to the combined action of strain and electric current”. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. 56(1), 267-278(2008). 

    9. X. Zhao, W. Hong and Z. Suo, “Electromechanical hysteresis and coexistent states in dielectric elastomers”, Physical Review B. 76(13),134113(2007). 

    8. Yoon, H. N. Lee, W. Hong, H. M. Christen, Z.Y. Zhang, Z. Suo, “Dynamics of step bunching in heteroepitaxial growth on vicinal substrates”, Physical Review Letters. 99(5), 055503(2007). 

    7. W. Hong, Z.-Y. Zhang, and Z. Suo, “Interplay between elastic interactions and kinetic processes in stepped Si (001) homoepitaxy”. Physical Review B. 74(23), 235318(2006). 

    6. W. Hong, H. N. Lee, M. Yoon, H. M. Christen, D. H. Lowndes, Z. Suo, and Z.Y. Zhang, “Persistent step-flow growth of strained films on vicinal substrates”. Physical Review Letters. 95(9), 095501(2005).

    5. Z.Y. Huang, W. Hong, Z. Suo, “Nonlinear analyses of wrinkles in films on soft elastic substrates”. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. 53(9), 2101-2118(2005). 

    4. W. Hong and Z. Suo, “Molecular assembly on cylindrical surfaces”. International Journal of Solids and Structures. 41(24-25), 6895-6903 (2004). 

    3. Z.Y. Huang, W. Hong, Z. Suo, “Evolution of wrinkles in hard films on soft substrates”. Physical Review E. 70(31), 030601(R), (2004). 

    2. Z. Suo and W. Hong. “Programmable motion and patterning of molecules on solid surfaces”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101(21), 7874-7879 (2004).

    1. W. Yang and W. Hong, “Numerical simulation for deformation of nano-grained metals”, Acta Mechanica Sinica. 18, 506-515(2002).

 

Conference Proceedings:

    12. Wang,Qiugu;Hong,Wei;Dong,Liang;Bjerke,Jay M.;Juetten,Mark“High sensitivity graphene-based MEMS pressure sensor on perforated thin SiNx membrane” Advanced Materials - TechConnect Briefs 2017 4:80-83(2017)

    11. W. Hong and K. C. Pitike, “Modeling breakdown-resistant composite dielectrics”. Proc. IUTAM 12: 73-82 (2015).

    10. W. Lai, A. F. Bastawros, W. Hong, and S.-J. Chung, “Fabrication and Analysis of Planar Dielectric Elastomer Actuators Capable of Complex 3-D Deformation”. Proc. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 4968-4973 (2012).

   9. W. Lai, A. F. Bastawros, and W. Hong, “Out-of-Plane Motion of a Planar Dielectric Elastomer Actuator with Distributed Stiffeners”. Proc. SPIE 8340, 834011 (2012). 

    8. Y. Han, Z. Zhang, L. E. Faidley, and W. Hong, “Microstructure-based modeling of magneto-rheological elastomers”. Proc. SPIE 8342, 83421B (2012).

    7. Y. Han, W. Hong, and L. Faidley, “Rate dependent finite deformation of magneto-active polymers”. Proc. SPIE 7978, 797819 (2011). 

   6.Cooper,Kelsey;Faidley,Le Ann;Timmons,Sarah;Han,Yi;Wei  Hong“Magetic properties of ferrogels”. ASME 2010 Conference on Smart Materials 2:189-193 (2010).  

    5. Faidley,Le Ann;Tringides,Christina;Hong,Wei,“Sensor behavior of Magneto-Rheological Elastomers”. ASME 2010 Conference on Smart Materials 2:181-188 (2010).  10.1115/SMASIS2010-3826

    4. W. Hong and X. Wang, “Actuation and ion transportation of polyelectrolyte gels”. Proc. SPIE 7644, 764417 (2010). 

    3. J. Zhou, W. Hong, X. Zhao, and Z. Suo, “Instantaneous surface stresses of swelling and drying of polymeric gels”. Proc. Advances in Heterogeneous Material Mechanics 2008, 602-604 (2008).

    2. Z. Suo, X. Zhao, W. Hong, J. Zhou, and W.H. Greene, “A theory of large deformation in soft active materials”, Proc. SPIE 6927, 692710 (2008).

    1. W. Yang, H. Wang, and W. Hong, “Deformation of nano-grained metals”, Mechanics and Material Engineering for Science and Experiments, 1-12 (2001).

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