On May 17th, a delegation headed by Elisabeth Crépo, Vice President of ParisTech, paid a visit to Peking University (PKU) and College of Engineering (COE) to discuss possibilities of cooperation expansion.
Recently, the research team led by Professor Guangming Xie from College of Engineering of Peking University has developed a bio-inspired electrocommunication system, providing a new insight for underwater communication.
Based on experiments and theoretical investigations, the self-bending behavior could be quantitatively controlled by changing the light intensity and illumination time during frontal photopolymerization.
Ping Hao, chairman of the Peking University Council, Jianhua Lin, president of the university and other school officials and representatives, totaling more than 2,000 people, attended the meeting.
This year, to enhance students’ global and professional experience, the Globex Julmester will offer courses that focus on the core elements of our generation: engineering & science, engineering finance & entrepreneurship and society & globalization.
The results were published in the journal Advanced Energy Materials with the title “Metal–Organic Frameworks Derived Cobalt Phosphide Architecture Encapsulated into B/N Co-Doped Graphene Nanotubes for All pH Value Electrochemical Hydrogen Evolution”.
The experts from the PetroChina, Sinopec, CNOOC met with teachers and students face to face.
Through this event, the COE students learned more about the background knowledge of the oil exploration industry and felt the unique concept and ways of thinking of Schlumberger.
The research work was completed in close cooperation between Peking University and the University of Wisconsin Madison (UWM).
The lecture, entitled “Evaluating the Quality of Project Planning: A Model and a Field Study” was hosted by Prof. Leyuan Shi, director of IEM.