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学术论坛报告:Professor Sow Chorng Haur——六脉神剑:The Little Laser That Could

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学术论坛通知:本期学术论坛由National University of SingaporeProfessor Sow Chorng Haur主讲

  

题目:六脉神剑:The Little Laser That Could

报告人:Professor Sow Chorng Haur(苏重豪)

时间: 201912日,14:00-15:30

地点:机械楼南高厅

  

报告摘要:

Nanoscale materials have attracted great interests in recent years. Low dimensional systems such as 2D materials, nanoparticles, nanorods, nanowalls or networks are an important category of nanostructured materials with great potentialas important components for nanoscale devices withvarious interesting functions. Thus, in the past decade, many techniques have been developed for the synthesis of such nanostructured materials.In addition, researchers have put in great effort in the studies of hybrid nanomaterials. With these efforts, a wide variety of nanostructured materials have been investigated. After the synthesis of the nanomaterials, it is desirable to be able to further modify the properties of the nanomaterials to improve the functionality of these nanomaterials. If we can create micropatterns on these as-grown nanomaterials, it will be able to further expand their potential applications. In recent years, efforts involve the alteration of physical and/or chemical properties of nanomaterials via the use of a focused laser beam have generated a lot of interests. In this presentation, we will present our efforts in the studies of hybrid nanomaterials with the emphasis on how the focused laser beam can be used as/for (a) Micro Manipulation Tool: Optical Tweezers, (b) Micropatterning and Microstructuring Tool, (c) Micro-Architecturing, (d) Micro-Photocurrent Studies, (e) Micro Photochemical Reaction (f) Micro assembly.

报告人简介:

Dr. Sow Chorng Haur is currently a professor in the Department of Physics at National University of Singapore. He received his BS and MS in Physics at National University of Singapore in 1991 and 1993, and his PhD in Physics at the University of Chicago in 1998, respectively. Then he went to Bell Laboratories as a postdoc from 1999 to 2000. Prof. Sow’s research focuses on carbon nanotubes, nanomaterials and fundamental studies of 2D materials and their applications. He has received many awards icluding 2006 IPS Nanotechnology Medal (Omicron Prize) for outstanding research in Nanotechnology done in Singapore and Young Scientist Award of NUS Faculty of Science in 2007. He is currently the Head of Department of Physics, NUS. He was also the former President of Institute of Physics Singapore     in 2012~2016.

  

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