Usman Yaqoob

Postdoctoral Fellows

Postdoctoral fellow

Location:

WS14-3326

Research Interests

Usman Yaqoob received Ph.D. from the University of Ulsan, South Korea, and his research work includes chemo resistive gas sensors, MEMS resonators, and piezoelectric/triboelectric energy harvesters.

Selected Publications

  • Highly flexible room temperature NO2 sensor based on MWCNTs-WO3 nanoparticles hybrid on a PET substrate, U. Yaqoob, D. T. Phan, A. S. M. I. Uddin, G. S. Chung, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical (2015).
  • The effect of reduced graphene oxide on the dielectric and ferroelectric properties of PVDF–BaTiO3 nanocomposites, U. Yaqoob, A. S. M. I. Uddin, G. S. Chung, RSC advances (2016).
  • A high-performance flexible NO2 sensor based on WO3 NPs decorated on MWCNTs and RGO hybrids on PI/PET substrates, U. Yaqoob, A. S. M. I. Uddin, G. S. Chung, Sensors and Actuators B (2016).
  • Realization of self-poled, high performance, flexible piezoelectric energy harvester by employing PDMS-rGO as sandwich layer between P (VDF-TrFE)-PMN-PT composite sheets, U. Yaqoob, R. M. Habibur, M. Sheeraz, H. C. Kim, Composites Part B: Engineering (2019).
  • Chemical gas sensors: Recent developments, challenges, and the potential of machine learning—A review, U. Yaqoob, M. I. Younis, Sensors (2021).

Education

Ph.D, University of Ulsan, South Korea 2019

Professional Profile

2019-present, Postdoctoral fellow, KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia

Awards

Brain Korea 21+ Fellowship: 2014-2019
Fee waiver scholarship supported by Korean government: 2014.03-2019.02
National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) Project Fellowship

KAUST Affiliations

CEMSE - Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Science and Engineering Division

Research Interests Keywords

chemoresistive gas sensors MEMS resonators piezoelectric/triboelectric energy harvesting