Kitty Kumar
Kitty Kumar
Postdoctoral Fellow at Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering
Verified email at wyss.harvard.edu
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Visually Imperceptible Liquid‐Metal Circuits for Transparent, Stretchable Electronics with Direct Laser Writing
C Pan, K Kumar, J Li, EJ Markvicka, PR Herman, C Majidi
Advanced Materials 30 (12), 1706937, 2018
892018
Orientationally correlated colloidal polycrystals without long-range positional order
C Arcos, K Kumar, W González-Viñas, R Sirera, KM Poduska, A Yethiraj
Physical Review E 77 (5), 050402, 2008
402008
Chasing biomimetic locomotion speeds: Creating untethered soft robots with shape memory alloy actuators
X Huang, K Kumar, MK Jawed, AM Nasab, Z Ye, W Shan, C Majidi
Sci. Robot 3 (25), 7557, 2018
382018
Highly dynamic shape memory alloy actuator for fast moving soft robots
X Huang, K Kumar, MK Jawed, A Mohammadi Nasab, Z Ye, W Shan, ...
Advanced Materials Technologies 4 (4), 1800540, 2019
372019
Quantized structuring of transparent films with femtosecond laser interference
K Kumar, KKC Lee, J Li, J Nogami, NP Kherani, PR Herman
Light: Science & Applications 3 (3), e157-e157, 2014
302014
Femtosecond laser direct hard mask writing for selective facile micron-scale inverted-pyramid patterning of silicon
K Kumar, KKC Lee, PR Herman, J Nogami, NP Kherani
Applied Physics Letters 101 (22), 222106, 2012
282012
A biologically inspired, functionally graded end effector for soft robotics applications
K Kumar, J Liu, C Christianson, M Ali, MT Tolley, J Aizenberg, DE Ingber, ...
Soft robotics 4 (4), 317-323, 2017
262017
Soft electrically actuated quadruped (SEAQ)—Integrating a flex circuit board and elastomeric limbs for versatile mobility
X Huang, K Kumar, MK Jawed, Z Ye, C Majidi
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 4 (3), 2415-2422, 2019
182019
Echinoderm-inspired tube feet for robust robot locomotion and adhesion
MA Bell, I Pestovski, W Scott, K Kumar, MK Jawed, DA Paley, C Majidi, ...
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 3 (3), 2222-2228, 2018
132018
Living arrangement and economic dependency among the elderly in India: a comparative analysis of EAG and non EAG states
S Kumar, KA Kumar
Ageing International 44 (4), 352-370, 2019
122019
Silver-coated poly (dimethylsiloxane) beads for soft, stretchable, and thermally Stable conductive elastomer composites
C Pan, Y Ohm, J Wang, MJ Ford, K Kumar, S Kumar, C Majidi
ACS applied materials & interfaces 11 (45), 42561-42570, 2019
82019
Ultrafast laser direct hard-mask writing for high performance inverted-pyramidal texturing of silicon
K Kumar, KC Lee, J Nogami, PR Herman, NP Kherani
2012 38th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 002182-002185, 2012
82012
Enhanced third order optical nonlinearity in ultrathin amorphous film of tetraphenyl-porphyrin in picosecond regime
LM Clavian, PCR Kumar, KVA Kumar, DN Rao, NK Shihab, S Ganesh
Optics & Laser Technology 119, 105642, 2019
62019
Ultrafast laser direct hard-mask writing for high efficiency c-Si texture designs
K Kumar, KKC Lee, J Nogami, PR Herman, NP Kherani
EPJ Photovoltaics 4, 45101, 2013
62013
Interferometric laser processing
K Kumar, KK Lee, J Nogami, PR Herman
US Patent App. 14/906,811, 2016
52016
Interferometric femtosecond laser processing for nanostructuring inside thin film
S Ho, K Kumar, KKC Lee, J Li, PR Herman
Advanced Optical Technologies 3 (5-6), 499-513, 2014
52014
Converging photo-absorption limit in periodically textured ultra-thin silicon foils and wafers
K.Kumar, A.Khalatpour, G.Liu, J.Nogami, N.P. Kherani
Solar Energy 155, 1306-1312, 2017
22017
Interferometric laser processing
K KUMAR, KKC LEE, J Nogami, PR Herman
22015
Preparation and characterization of spin-coated colloidal templates and patterned electrodeposited cobalt
K Kumar
Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2008
22008
Length Scale Dependence of Periodic Textures for Photoabsorption Enhancement in Ultra-thin Silicon Foils and Thick Wafers
K Kumar, A Khalatpour, G Liu, J Nogami, NP Kherani
arXiv preprint arXiv:1606.01834, 2016
12016
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