Xiaodong Wu is a visiting PhD student from the State Key Laboratory of Polymer Materials Engineering, Sichuan University, China. His research interests focus on structurally engineered conductive materials for flexible/stretchable human–machine interfaces (such as strain sensors, pressure sensors, gas/liquid sensors, conductors, electrodes, etc.) and other smart materials.
Juan Zhu received her master degree in Chemistry from Renmin University of China. Her research was focused on unconventional fabrication of metallic micro/nano patterning by soft lithography. She then moved to University of Muenster in Germany for her PHD study and received her doctor degree in 2017. Her thesis focused on patterning of functional molecule architectures for organic electronics. In 2018, she joined the Arias group as postdoc and is working on printed organic electronics for biomedical applications.