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Canada Research Chair Professor (Tier 1) in Advanced Fibrous Materials, ProfessorMaterials Engineering
Faculty of Applied Science
Building on a tradition of creative design and fabrication of fibre based surgical implants, the Advanced Fibrous Materials Laboratory is dedicated to the development of a nanofiber platform for tissue engineering scaffolds in orthopedic, vascular and neual prostheses. Ko also works on Nanofibre technology to gain a fundamental understanding and investigate methods to produce nanofibres consistently and reproducibly. Ko’s research also focuses on textile structural composites, which are composites reinforced by textile structures dedicated for load bearing applications, such as armor and vehicle safety products.
Enhancement of charge transport in interconnected lignin-derived carbon fibrous network for flexible battery-supercapacitor hybrid deviceChemical Engineering Journal, 2021
Biomimetically Mineralized Alginate Nanocomposite Fibers for Bone Tissue Engineering: Mechanical Properties and in Vitro Cellular InteractionsACS Applied Bio Materials, 2020
Journal of Materials Research, 2020
Transparent PAN:TiO2 and PAN-co-PMA:TiO2 Nanofiber Composite Membranes with High Efficiency in Particulate Matter Pollutants FiltrationNanoscale Research Letters, 2020