Sozan Darabi

Showing 11 publications


Polymer-Based n-Type Yarn for Organic Thermoelectric Textiles

Sozan Darabi, Chi Yuan Yang, Zerui Li et al
Advanced Electronic Materials. Vol. In Press
Journal article

Mechanically Adaptive Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conductors Based on a Polar Polythiophene Reinforced with Cellulose Nanofibrils

Mariza Mone, Youngseok Kim, Sozan Darabi et al
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Vol. In Press
Journal article

Highly Reliable Yarn-Type Supercapacitor Using Conductive Silk Yarns with Multilayered Active Materials

Youngjae Seo, Heebo Ha, Jun Young Cheong et al
Journal of Natural Fibers. Vol. 19 (3), p. 835-846
Journal article

Electrically Conducting Yarns for Electronic Textiles

Sozan Darabi
Licentiate thesis

Huge potential for electronic textiles made with new cellulose thread

Sozan Darabi, Christian Müller, Herbert Sixta
Technische Textilien. Vol. 64 (3), p. 158-159
Magazine article

Green Conducting Cellulose Yarns for Machine-Sewn Electronic Textiles

Sozan Darabi, Michael Hummel, Sami Rantasalo et al
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Vol. 12 (50), p. 56403-56412
Journal article

Machine-Washable Conductive Silk Yarns with a Composite Coating of Ag Nanowires and PEDOT:PSS

Byungil Hwang, Anja Lund, Yuan Tian et al
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Vol. 12 (24), p. 27537-27544
Journal article

A polymer-based textile thermoelectric generator for wearable energy harvesting

Anja Lund, Yuan Tian, Sozan Darabi et al
Journal of Power Sources. Vol. 480
Journal article

Robust PEDOT:PSS Wet‐Spun Fibers for Thermoelectric Textiles

Youngseok Kim, Anja Lund, Hyebin Noh et al
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering. Vol. 305 (3), p. 1900749-
Journal article

Roll‐to‐Roll Dyed Conducting Silk Yarns: A Versatile Material for E‐Textile Devices

Anja Lund, Sozan Darabi, Sandra Hultmark et al
Advanced Materials Technologies. Vol. 3 (12), p. 1800251 -
Journal article

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