Researchers at Peking University, Southern University of Science and Technology and the University of Jinan in China have recently designed a ceramic-polymer composite that can be used to print complex 3-D grid architectures.
The annual award is named after Professor Hiroshi Tsuji, whose stable porous cylinder counterflow burner configuration has influenced fundamental studies and applications in laminar and turbulent combustion.
The meeting summarized the current situation during COVID-19 outbreak and discussed on work plans of the next a few months in this semester.
They proposed a new design strategy to construct FREAs via fluorination of both end-groups and side-chains.
Recently, collaboration between Dr. DUAN Xiaojie’s group and Dr. LIANG Zhifeng’s group has led to a novel MRI compatible, graphene fiber DBS electrode.
Starting from February 17, with the help of facilities and instructions from the university, many College of Engineering teachers have been giving classes online via multiple e-platforms.
Peking University and its collaborators’ research on extending the lifetime of perovskite solar cells was among the list.
Inspired by the biological system in nature, Huai Yang’s group judiciously designed and fabricated by selectively coating a mussel-inspired polydopamine (PDA) polymer layer on the surface of the splay-aligned liquid crystalline network (LCN) film.
Prof. Guangming Xie's group in College of Engineering has provided a novel way to evaluate the trajectory of underwater robot using fish lateral line inspired pressure sensor arrays.
Song and colleagues achieved the ultrahigh thermal conductivity by removing the strong resistance to heat flow which originates from the mixture of boron-10 and boron-11 isotopes in natural cBN.