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Stephen O'Neill received his integrated MEng in chemical engineering from the University of Edinburgh in 2020. He undertook his MEng thesis project at Stanford University with Prof. Zhenan Bao, which involved the development and integration of organic electronic materials for the wireless operation of biomedical devices. As a PhD student, Stephen is working on developing electrically conductive hydrogel materials for bioelectronic applications, in a collaboration between Prof. Oren Scherman and Prof. George Malliaras. 


Tissue-Mimetic Supramolecular Polymer Networks for Bioelectronics
SJK O'Neill, Z Huang, MH Ahmed, AJ Boys, S Velasco-Bosom, J Li, RM Owens, JA McCune, GG Malliaras, OA Scherman
– Advanced Materials
X-Ray Markers for Thin Film Implants.
BJ Woodington, L Coles, AE Rochford, P Freeman, S Sawiak, SJK O'Neill, OA Scherman, DG Barone, CM Proctor, GG Malliaras
– Adv Healthc Mater
High-frequency and intrinsically stretchable polymer diodes.
N Matsuhisa, S Niu, SJK O'Neill, J Kang, Y Ochiai, T Katsumata, H-C Wu, M Ashizawa, G-JN Wang, D Zhong, X Wang, X Gong, R Ning, H Gong, I You, Y Zheng, Z Zhang, JB-H Tok, X Chen, Z Bao
– Nature
Highly compressible glass-like supramolecular polymer networks
Z Huang, X Chen, SJK O'Neill, G Wu, DJ Whitaker, J Li, JA McCune, OA Scherman
– Nat Mater
A Carbon Flower Based Flexible Pressure Sensor Made from Large-Area Coating
SJK O'Neill, H Gong, N Matsuhisa, S Chen, H Moon, H-C Wu, X Chen, X Chen, Z Bao
– Advanced Materials Interfaces
Quantifying the Effect of Electronic Conductivity on the Rate Performance of Nanocomposite Battery Electrodes
R Tian, N Alcala, SJK O'Neill, DV Horvath, J Coelho, AJ Griffin, Y Zhang, V Nicolosi, C O'Dwyer, JN Coleman
– ACS Applied Energy Materials

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