Sina Naficy
Sina Naficy
The University of Sydney, School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
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Artificial muscles from fishing line and sewing thread
CS Haines, MD Lima, N Li, GM Spinks, J Foroughi, JDW Madden, SH Kim, ...
Science 343 (6173), 868-872, 2014
Bio-ink properties and printability for extrusion printing living cells
JHY Chung, S Naficy, Z Yue, R Kapsa, A Quigley, SE Moulton, ...
Biomaterials Science 1 (7), 763-773, 2013
Progress toward robust polymer hydrogels
S Naficy, HR Brown, JM Razal, GM Spinks, PG Whitten
Australian Journal of Chemistry 64 (8), 1007-1025, 2011
Graphene oxide dispersions: tuning rheology to enable fabrication
S Naficy, R Jalili, SH Aboutalebi, RA Gorkin III, K Konstantinov, PC Innis, ...
Materials Horizons 1 (3), 326-331, 2014
4D printing of reversible shape morphing hydrogel structures
S Naficy, R Gately, R Gorkin, H Xin, GM Spinks
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering 302 (1), 1600212, 2017
Edge-hydroxylated boron nitride nanosheets as an effective additive to improve the thermal response of hydrogels
F Xiao, S Naficy, G Casillas, MH Khan, T Katkus, L Jiang, HK Liu, H Li, ...
Advanced Materials 27, 7196-7203, 2015
Electrically conductive, tough hydrogels with pH sensitivity
S Naficy, JM Razal, GM Spinks, GG Wallace, PG Whitten
Chemistry of Materials 24 (17), 3425-3433, 2012
Simple and strong: Twisted silver painted nylon artificial muscle actuated by Joule heating
SM Mirvakili, A Rafie Ravandi, IW Hunter, CS Haines, N Li, J Foroughi, ...
Proceedings of SPIE 9056, 905601, 2014
Thin, Tough, pH-Sensitive Hydrogel Films with Rapid Load Recovery
S Naficy, GM Spinks, GG Wallace
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6 (6), 4109-4114, 2014
Mechanical properties of interpenetrating polymer network hydrogels based on hybrid ionically and covalently crosslinked networks
S Naficy, S Kawakami, S Sadegholvaad, M Wakisaka, GM Spinks
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 130 (4), 2504-2513, 2013
A pH‐sensitive, strong double‐network hydrogel: Poly (ethylene glycol) methyl ether methacrylates–poly (acrylic acid)
S Naficy, JM Razal, PG Whitten, GG Wallace, GM Spinks
Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 50 (6), 423-430, 2012
Efficient, absorption‐powered artificial muscles based on carbon nanotube hybrid yarns
MD Lima, MW Hussain, GM Spinks, S Naficy, D Hagenasr, JS Bykova, ...
Small 11 (26), 3113-3118, 2015
Modulated release of dexamethasone from chitosan–carbon nanotube films
S Naficy, JM Razal, GM Spinks, GG Wallace
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 155 (1), 120-124, 2009
Controlled and scalable torsional actuation of twisted nylon 6 fiber
S Aziz, S Naficy, J Foroughi, HR Brown, GM Spinks
Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 54 (13), 1278-1286, 2016
Study of the effective parameters on mechanical and electrical properties of carbon black filled PP/PA6 microfibrillar composites
S Naficy, H Garmabi
Composites Science and Technology 67 (15), 3233-3241, 2007
The effect of geometry and material properties on the performance of a small hydraulic McKibben muscle system
D Sangian, S Naficy, GM Spinks, B Tondu
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 234, 150-157, 2015
Characterisation of torsional actuation in highly twisted yarns and fibres
S Aziz, S Naficy, J Foroughi, HR Brown, GM Spinks
Polymer Testing 46, 88-97, 2015
3D printing of tough hydrogel composites with spatially varying materials properties
SE Bakarich, R Gorkin III, R Gately, S Naficy, M in het Panhuis, GM Spinks
Additive Manufacturing 14, 24-30, 2017
A cytocompatible robust hybrid conducting polymer hydrogel for use in a magnesium battery
C Yu, C Wang, X Liu, X Jia, S Naficy, K Shu, M Forsyth, GG Wallace
Advanced Materials 28 (42), 9349-9355, 2016
Cellulose fibers enable near zero-cost electrical sensing of water-soluble gases
G Barandun, M Soprani, S Naficy, M Grell, M Kasimatis, KL Chiu, ...
ACS Sensors 4 (6), 1662-1669, 2019
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