During the visit, Prof. Giacomin introduced POF in detail about the submission, publication, and the scientific impact using both Chinese and English. After the lecture, he discussed scientific problems and further collaboration with LTCS.
Recently, using an advance superresolution imaging technique called Photoactivated Localization Microscopy (PALM), the laboratory led by Prof. Antony K. Chen has deciphered the roles of Gag-vRNA interactions in HIV-1 virus assembly.
On June 19th, Associate Professor Richard Gray and Professor Scott Shim from the University of Notre Dame, US paid a visit to the College of Engineering.
On June 15, 2018, the Analytical Chemistry Committee of the Chinese Chemical Society announced the winners of the second "China Young Analyst Award" at the 13th National Analytical Chemistry Annual Meeting.
Prof. Peyman Givi gave a lecture titled" Graph Partitioning and Quantum Speedup for Computational Fluid Dynamics and Combustion".
After the lectures, LTCS faculty and students had a stimulating discussion with Prof. Hu and Prof. Liu.
Researchers have outlined how light-emitting probes might be applied by life scientists in visualising cellular processes.
Vibration energy harvesting based on piezoelectric or triboelectric effect is a hot research topic in the field of nano electric generator.
The booth of College of Engineering (COE) received a lot of inquiries about admission scores, majors and career prospects.
The alumni who graduated in different years from the College of Engineering came from all over the world to the campus.