Yeguang Xue

Applied and Computational Mechanics

Brief Introduction

Yeguang Xue is currently a 2nd year Ph.D. student in Mechanical Engineering Department at Northwestern University. He is now working with Professor Yonggang Huang. He has wide interests in research topics including:

  • Mechanics modeling and design of stretchable electronics
  • Finite element and mesh free methods in computational mechanics
  • Multi-scale modeling of advanced materials

Yeguang has published 2 journal papers in his 1st year of Ph.D. study, including 1 paper in top mechanics journal JMPS. He was invited as reviewer for Journal of Applied Mechanics (Transactions of the ASME).

Recent News

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Research Highlight

Under Development


My research focuses on developing electronic devices that can be stretched, bend or twisted, which have wide application in bio-sensor and health monitors.

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Advanced Transfer Printing Techniques

Transfer printing is one of the most important technologies in micro/nano assembly.

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Devices for Health Monitor


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Recent Photo

Yeguang photo

2014 Huangshan


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