Prof Ji Liu is awarded the 2022 IAAM Scientist Medal
Prof Ji Liu is awarded the 2022 IAAM (International Association of Advanced Material) Scientist Medal, and has delivered an invited talk on "Hydrogels with Unprecedented Mechanics for Human-Electronics Interfacing". Due to the Covid19 pandemics, the talk was delivered online.
Prof. Liu has multi-disciplinary background on advanced polymeric materials, soft materials, surface and interface science, biomedical engineering, and additive manufacturing of functional soft materials. The medal was awarded to him in recognition of his contributions in the field of Functional Polymeric Materials.
International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) is an international organization to provide research and education forum for the developments of the rapidly expanding field of Advanced Materials Science, Engineering and Technology. The major goal of this association is to focus on the advancement of materials to global excellence. IAAM honors outstanding researchers with IAAM Scientist Medals for their research and professional impact in Physical, Chemical, Biological, Engineering, Medical, Mathematical, Earth, Atmosphere, Ocean and Planetary Sciences. The candidate working as independent investigator should exemplify the enduring leadership and vision for material science filed. The award comprises of a medal and citation at the IAAM annual meeting. The medal is awarded based on contributions made through work done during the five years preceding from the year of award.