On January 23, the College of Engineering (COE) held a year-end meeting at COE Building No.1 for all the faculty and staff. 96 teachers participated in the event to jointly review last year and welcome the arrival of the New Year of 2016.
"Complicated Coupling Dynamic Control System and Applications" won the National Natural Science Award, and "Special Liquid Crystal Material and Film Preparation Technology" won the National Technology Invention.
Many board members attended the meeting and discussed some issues regarding the board itself and the college.
Prof. Guo’s research interests focus on engineering nanocrystals for energy (fuel cells, lithium battery, photosynthesis and supercapacitors), catalysis and analytical science.
In this work, the group has modulated the depletion beam into a first-order hollow Bessel beam to contain the doughnut-shaped focused spot and remained a conventional Gaussian beam for excitation.