Foroughi, Javad ARC Research Fellow

Senior Research Fellow

  • Australian Institute for Innovative Materials
  • Intelligent Polymer Research Institute

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2011 Torsional carbon nanotube artificial muscles

Research Overview


  • My research interests include Nanomaterials, Electromechanical actuators (“artificial muscles”) using inherently conducting polymers and / or carbon Nanotube, bionics and novel fibres spinning and the use of these in the development of smart materials


    Current Research


    • Design and fabrication of tissue engineering scaffolds with complex 3D architectures and customized chemistry that mimic the in vivo tissue environment,
    • Developing novel torsional carbon nanotubes yarn actuators for artificial muscles
    • Novel Artificial Muscle Actuators, Novel fibres spinning, Smart Textiles

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  •  Smart Materials, Smart Textile, Carbon Nanotube, Artificial Muscles, Biomedical materials 

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Development and preclinical evaluation of implantable polymeric structures for local drug delivery in pancreatic cancer
    Doctor of Philosophy A novel nano-structured hybrid carbon nanotube fibre for sensitive biosensor and biomolecular diagnostic Al-Graiti, Wed
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of Wearable Textile Using CNT Yarn Kongahage, Dharshika
    Doctor of Philosophy Self-powered smart fabrics for wearable technologies. Mokhtari, Fatemeh
    Doctor of Philosophy Developing Drug Loaded Polymeric Coaxial Fibres as Smart Drug Delivery System Talebian, Sepehr
    Doctor of Philosophy Artificial Muscles Martino, Nicolas
    Doctor of Philosophy Polymer fibre artificial muscle Aziz, Shazed

Keywords


  • Smart Textile, Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene, Biomaterials,  Implantable Drug Delivery Systems  

Full Name


  • Dr Javad Foroughi

Mailing Address


  • University of Wollongong Australia

    Northfiled Ave.

    Wollongong

    New South Wales

    2500

    Australia

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2011 Torsional carbon nanotube artificial muscles

Research Overview


  • My research interests include Nanomaterials, Electromechanical actuators (“artificial muscles”) using inherently conducting polymers and / or carbon Nanotube, bionics and novel fibres spinning and the use of these in the development of smart materials


    Current Research


    • Design and fabrication of tissue engineering scaffolds with complex 3D architectures and customized chemistry that mimic the in vivo tissue environment,
    • Developing novel torsional carbon nanotubes yarn actuators for artificial muscles
    • Novel Artificial Muscle Actuators, Novel fibres spinning, Smart Textiles

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  •  Smart Materials, Smart Textile, Carbon Nanotube, Artificial Muscles, Biomedical materials 

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Development and preclinical evaluation of implantable polymeric structures for local drug delivery in pancreatic cancer
    Doctor of Philosophy A novel nano-structured hybrid carbon nanotube fibre for sensitive biosensor and biomolecular diagnostic Al-Graiti, Wed
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of Wearable Textile Using CNT Yarn Kongahage, Dharshika
    Doctor of Philosophy Self-powered smart fabrics for wearable technologies. Mokhtari, Fatemeh
    Doctor of Philosophy Developing Drug Loaded Polymeric Coaxial Fibres as Smart Drug Delivery System Talebian, Sepehr
    Doctor of Philosophy Artificial Muscles Martino, Nicolas
    Doctor of Philosophy Polymer fibre artificial muscle Aziz, Shazed

Keywords


  • Smart Textile, Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene, Biomaterials,  Implantable Drug Delivery Systems  

Full Name


  • Dr Javad Foroughi

Mailing Address


  • University of Wollongong Australia

    Northfiled Ave.

    Wollongong

    New South Wales

    2500

    Australia

Geographic Focus