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    ADDRESS FROM THE CHAIRMAN Dear friends and colleagues, It gives us immense pleasure to host the Frontiers of Nanoche...

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    《Small》published the special issue on Low-Dimensional Carbon Materials for PKU-CNC on April, 2013.

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Welcome to the Center for Nanochemistry, Peking University

The Center for Nanochemistry (CNC) dates back to 1993 when its founder, Prof. Zhongfan Liu set up the first Intelligent Materials Laboratory in Peking University. In 1995, the Center for Intelligent Materials Research was founded, and was later reorganized as CNC in 2008. As an interdisciplinary research center, the members come from the College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, College of Engineering and the Academy for Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies. Currently, CNC has 8 full-time faculty members, including 1 CAS Academician, 3 Professors, 1 “PKU 100-talent program” Professor, 2 ‘‘National Thousand Talents Plan for Young Scholars’’ Professors and 1 Engineer. It also has 6 postdoctoral fellows, 57 5-year graduate students and 12 undergraduates. CNC focuses its research interests on novel low dimensional materials and nanodevices ... [MORE]
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Modulation-doped growth of mosaic graphene with single-crystalline p–n junctions for efficient photocurrent generation Nature Communications 2012 , 3, 1280; J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013 , 135
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Plasmonic Nanostructured Organic Photovoltaics: Breaking the Efficiency Barrier Title:
1. Plasmonic Nanostructured Organic Photovoltaics: Breaking the Efficiency Barrier
2. Publishing in High Impact Scientific Journals
Direct Synthesis of Colorful SWNT Thin Films via tuning (n,m) Distributions during the Floating Catalyst CVD Synthesis
Pushing physical limits in intracortical neural recordings (2018.5.29 10:00) Title:Pushing physical limits in intracortical neural recordings

Invited Speaker:Dr. Chong Xie

Department of Biomedical Engineering

The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Venue:北京大学综合科研楼137会议室

Time:10:00 am, May 29, 2018

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