Xu visited MSE on December 2 and delivered a lecture entitled “Engineering nanoparticle catalyst for energy applications”.
The title is “90-degree polarization switching in BaTiO3 crystals without domain wall motion”.
The symposium aims to strengthen international academic exchanges in food science, and especially to help bridge the communication between domestic researchers and the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK.
The work titled “An elastography method based on the scanning contact resonance of a piezoelectric cantilever” was published on the latest issue of ”Medical Physics”.
The College of Engineering's world-renown research faculty who are experts in infrastructure and urban development will assist SAP to launch pilot projects starting next year in multiple tier cities.