The article reported their latest research progress in characterizing the dynamic mechanical properties of granular materials.
They found that core engineering appears to be a promising approach to maximize both short-circuit current density and open-circuit voltage at the same time.
This review systematically summarized the research progress in the two most representative classes of nonfullerene acceptors.
Yang received his Bachelor’s Degree from the Department of Mechanics and Engineering Science in the College of Engineering at Peking University.
On January 15, 2018, the College of Engineering (COE) held a year-end meeting and celebration on the university campus for all the faculty and staff.
Recently, Prof. Long Wang from Center for Systems and Control, College of Engineering, has published a paper entitled “The fundamental advantages of temporal networks” on Science on 24 Nov 2017.
Nearly 70 College alumni and the association board members had travelled from all over the country to attend the meeting.
In the Session of Science and Technology, Assistant Professor Fanyang Mo from the Department of Energy and Resources Engineering took the Third Prize.
The forum provided for doctoral students in China an opportunity to communicate on the latest research progress and achievements in biomedical engineering and related engineering science.