The parties had an in-depth exchange and discussion on early diagnosis of cancer in the future, as well as cooperation in the field of rare diseases in the respiratory system.
Over 350 people, including government officials, university and college heads, company leaders, alumni, retired teachers, and current students, faculty members and staff joined the event.
The research paper has been published online in Advanced Materials (A Switchable and Compressible Carbon Nanotube Sponge Electrocapillary Imbiber).
Recently, PhD student Qingshen Jing and Professor Pingchou Han of the College of Engineering published a paper entitled “Self-powered thin-film motion vector sensor” in Nature Communications.
The summit had seven themes found in the NAE Grand Challenges report - Sustainability, Infrastructure, Energy, Health, and Joy of Living – along with Education and Security/Resilience.
The ceremony got together many of the College of Engineering (COE) administrative leaders and faculty members to meet with the new entrants, a total of over 300 undergraduate, master and Ph.D. students.
As one of the CNBP overseas participant institutions, Peking University has maintained strong collaborations with other CNBP research institutions.
Associate Professor Faxin Li of the College of Engineering, Peking University was awarded Science and Technology Award for Youth in Mechanics by CSTAM, along with two other winners, Zhanli Liu from Tsinghua University and Bin Pan from Beihang University.
Detonation for propulsion is a new direction of power for aeronautics and astronautics and draws attention from many countries across the world.
The academic committee spoke highly of the fruitful results the center has achieved in the past year, and gave many suggestions for its further development and planning.