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1 Apr. 2023, assistant professor at Ando Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
28 Feb. 2023, new publication on ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces (coauthor).
4 Jan. 2023, new publication on Chem. Sci. (coauthor).
18 Sept. 2022, new publication on Polymer (coauthor).
06 Aug. 2022, a study combining in situ AFM nanomechanics and FEA was published on J. Polym. Sci. (open access)
25 Dec. 2021, new publication on Langmuir (coauthor).
13 Dec. 2021, new fellowship by JST SPRING JPMJSP2106.
3 June 2020, the first work of in-situ AFM nanomechanics was published on Jan. J. Appl. Phys. (open access)
28 May 2020, the work in ZJU has been published on Adv. Mater (coauthor).
Ando Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Nakajima Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Fukushima Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Draw a random polymer network by Matlab – a simple approach
A simple code can be used to depict the schematic diagram of the polymer network. (To solve the pain of manual depiction) By simple modification, a stretched network could also be produced.
A note of ‘HISTORICAL NOTES IN POLYMER PHYSICS’
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Install & run LAMMPS for Mac – a simple approach (stable 2020-10-29)
1. INSTALL 2. RUN Let’s try with an example file: a colloid case in ~/examples/. The visualization movie could be obtained here (lammps.org).