In this review, molecular design, device engineering, photophysics and applications of FREAs are discussed in detail, and the challenges and future research directions are also proposed.
This is the first time that researchers get the dynamics of lipid heterogeneity inside subcellular organelles with optical imaging technology.
Among the 6167 highly cited researchers in various fields from over 60 nations, 770 are from mainland China and 24 are from Peking University, including 7 from the College of Engineering.
The forum consists of plenary reports, keynote reports, and ordinary reports. Due to the epidemic, ten sub-forums were taking place online in addition to the five on-site forums.
The research revealed butterfly effects in fused-ring electron acceptors (FREAs) and proposed bottom-up design of high-performance FREAs.
The award is a special science fund established by Natural Science Foundation (NSF) of China to recognize outstanding young scientists and researchers who have entered the forefront of world science and technology.
Prof. Guangming Xie's group in the College of Engineering has found a simple yet previous unknown rule, explaining how do schooling fish save energy in collective motion.
A novel deep-learning based method was proposed and carefully examined, which has been published on the journal, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, entitled “PMS-GAN: Parallel Multi-Stream Generative Adversarial Network for Multi-Material Decomposition in Spectral Computed Tomography”.
The research team combines optical experiments with first-principles molecular dynamics simulations and proposes new insights into the microscopic origins of accumulations of OH- ions at the hydrophobic interface.
The lecture serves as a lesson of the course “Introduction to Modern Engineering”, a compulsory course for all engineering freshmen, which is designed to invite outstanding academics and experts from outside the university to help broaden the students’ vision.