Assistant Professor Qing Zhang from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering took the Second Prize and won the Excellent Lesson Plan.
They are Associate Professor Zhongkui Li, Professor Zhisheng Duan, Professor Yanglong Hou, Professor Xiaowei Zhan, Associate Professor Shaojun Guo, Professor Long Wang, and Professor Anyuan Cao.
Zhan's group has made pioneering and leading contributions in the field of non-fullerene acceptor solar cells.
Recently, Prof. James M. Tien of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute visited Department of Industrial Engineering & Management of Peking University.
Recently, Prof. Galip Ulsoy of University of Michigan (UM) visited the department of Industrial Engineering and Management of Peking University.
Prof. Linden gave a seminar at the LTCS, titled “The structure and origin of combined Holmboe waves”.
More than 30 famous scholars from the United States, Britain, Germany, France, Japan, Czech and other countries, as well as more than 150 experts, scholars and students from China attended the conference.
Zhan’s group proposed fused ring electron acceptor (FREA)-perovskite hybrid as a promising platform to fabricate PSCs.
They gave seminar talks on the topic of turbulence and discussed scientific problems and future collaboration with LTCS.
Mesh generation is the key step for numerical simulations in Computational Fluid Dynamics(CFD).