This work is published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
The purpose of the event is to commemorate Ren Wang’s outstanding contributions to mechanics teaching and research, to exchange the main research progress in various fields of mechanics at home and abroad, and to carry forward Dr. Wang’s aspiration in science and education.
With all efforts, the total score of the College of Engineering ranked 12th among the 61 teams at PKU, same as the previous sports meeting in 2019.
They reported a 3D-printed PVDF-TrFE piezoelectric film (PF) coated with one pair of a dislocated interdigital electrode (ID) to produce multiple, alternatively tilt-polarized regions in the cross-sectional area.
Experts and scholars from the two universities focused on innovative technology to meet global climate challenges and discussed the role of university partnership in advancing sustainable development goals by the United Nations.
Fellow of the institute is a lifetime honor to recognize dedicated members for outstanding contributions to combustion.
Their work is named "Pushing the limit of molecular dynamics with ab initio accuracy to 100 million atoms with machine learning".
Recently, the group of Xiaolei Wu and Yong Nie proposed a novel perspective on the evolution of cooperation, which emphasized that the evolution of cooperative community is actually driven by the selection for selfish trait at individual level.
Since its launch in October, the contest received dozens of works submitted by students from many PKU schools and departments, which covered topics of health care, environment, housing and other fields.
On December 23rd, 2020, COE hosted a grand ceremony of celebration in Yingjie Overseas Exchange Center at PKU.