报告题目：Surface Phenomena in Interdisciplinary Engineering Science报 告 人：Yi ZUO教授报告时间：2019年1月8日上午10:00报告地点：华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院324报告厅分子科学与工程学院华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院材料科学与工程学院2019年1月1日报告摘要：The research goal of our Laboratory of Biocolloids and Biointerfaces is to explore the fundamental nature of colloid and surface science, and to apply this knowledge to biomedical applications through an interdisciplinary and translational approach. This seminar will introduce our recent research in studying surface phenomena in interdisciplinary engineering science. I will discuss our latest invention in drop shape analysis and droplet manipulation, and multidisciplinary applications, including self-assembly monolayers, interfacial rheology, two-dimensional phase transitions, pulmonary surfactants, and nano-bio interactions for understanding the environmental, health, and safety issues of nanotechnology.报告人简介：Prof. Zuo earned his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto in 2006. He is currently the Graduate Chair and Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Pediatrics in John A. Burns School of Medicine. Prof. Zuo's research interests are focused on general areas of colloid and surface science and their applications to areas of biomedical and biotechnological interest, such as applied surface thermodynamics, surface engineering, thin-film materials, pulmonary surfactants, particles, and environmental, health and safety impacts of nanotechnology. Prof. Zuo received the NSF CAREER Award in 2013 and the Faulty Research Award in 2016.
美国夏威夷大学左毅教授来我校学术交流，ZUO教授学术报告的通知。报告人：美国夏威夷大学左毅教授来我校学术交流，ZUO教授学术报告的通知。美国夏威夷大学左毅教授来我校学术交流，ZUO教授学术报告的通知。左 毅 教授报告题目：Surface Free Energy – From Measurements to Bioengineering Applications报告时间：2014年9月23日 上午09:00报告地点：生科院报告厅附：左毅 教授简介如下： Yi Zuo, Associate Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Hawaii at Manoa Department of Pediatrics, John A. Burns School of MedicineAbstract美国夏威夷大学左毅教授来我校学术交流，ZUO教授学术报告的通知。In the Laboratory of Biocolloids and Biointerfaces, our goal is to explore the fundamental nature of biocolloids and biointerfaces, and to apply this knowledge to biomedical and clinical practices through an interdisciplinary and translational approach. This seminar will introduce our recent research from three interrelated perspectives. 1. Thermodynamic understanding of surface free energy; 2. Bioinstrumentation for studying lung surfactants; 3. Development of new method for sorting cells.美国夏威夷大学左毅教授来我校学术交流，ZUO教授学术报告的通知。Short BioProf. Yi Zuo earned his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto in 2006. He is currently a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics in John A. Burns School of Medicine. Before joining UHM, he was a NSERC postdoctoral fellow in the Departments of Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Ob/Gyn at the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Zuo's research interests are focused on general areas of colloid and surface science and their applications to areas of biomedical and biotechnological interest. In recognition of his work, Prof. Zuo received the NSF CAREER Award in 2013.
美国夏威夷大学左毅教授来我校学术交流，ZUO教授学术报告的通知。Guibas, Leonidas J., Paul Pigott Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, computer science department, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif. For contributions to data structures, algorithm analysis, and computational geometry.
Smith, Megan Joan, former U.S. Chief Technology Officer and assistant to the president, White House Office of Science and Technology, Washington, D.C. For leading technological innovation teams and efforts to increase diversity and inclusion in STEM industries both nationally and globally.
Daskin, Mark S., Clyde W. Johnson Collegiate Professor and chair, department of industrial and operations engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. For leadership and creative contributions to location optimization and its application to industrial, service, and medical systems.
Huang, Yonggang, Walter P. Murphy Professor of Engineering, department of mechanical engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. For pioneering work on mechanics of stretchable electronics and mechanically guided, deterministic 3-D assembly.
Lohse, Detlef, chair, department of physics of fluids, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands. For contributions to fundamental fluid mechanical processes, especially turbulence in Rayleigh-Bénard and Taylor-Couette flow, sonoluminescence drops, and surface nanobubbles.
Monnier, John R., research professor, chemical engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia. For the discovery and development of the silver-catalyzed epoxidation of non-allylic olefins to produce 3,4-epoxy-1-butene and other non-allylic olefin epoxides.
Arakawa, Yasuhiko, professor, electrical engineering department, University of Tokyo, Tokyo. For contributions to quantum dot lasers and related nanophotonic devices.
Kataoka, Kazunori, professor, biomaterials, department of bioengineering, University of Tokyo, Tokyo. For pioneering contributions to the design of supramolecular nanostructures and their application to drug and gene delivery systems.
Cong, Jingsheng Jason, Chancellors Professor and director, Center for Dynamic-Specific Computing, computer science department, University of California, Los Angeles. For pioneering contributions to application-specific programmable logic via innovations in field-programmable gate array synthesis.
Hammond, Paula Therese, David H. Koch Professor and department head, department of chemical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. For contributions to self-assembly of polyelectrolytes, colloids, and block copolymers at surfaces and interfaces for energy and health care applications.
Westbrook, Charles K., retired senior scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, Calif. For pioneering development, applications, and leadership in chemical kinetic modeling to advance combustion science and technology.
Woodford, Dennis A., president, Electranix Corp., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. For developing analytical methods related to HVDC transmission and high-power DC-DC transformation systems.
Nemirovski, Arkadi, John Hunter Chair and Professor, H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta. For the development of efficient algorithms for large-scale convex optimization problems.
Smith, Colin P., group president, Rolls-Royce PLC, Derbyshire, United Kingdom. For leadership in design, technologies, and manufacturing processes that enhance airworthiness, safety, and environmental sustainability of large aeroengines.
Spalart, Philippe R., senior technical fellow, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Seattle. For development and application of a broad array of computational techniques for the prediction of aerodynamic turbulence and noise.
Nalamasu, Omkaram, senior vice president and chief technology officer, Applied Materials Inc., and president, Applied Ventures LLC, Santa Clara, Calif. For technical innovation spanning materials development, atomically controlled thin film fabrication, and commercialization in microelectronics and energy generation and storage.
Valenzuela, Reinaldo A., director, wireless communications research, Nokia Bell Labs, Holmdel, N.J. For leadership in development of multiantenna wireless communication systems and channel modeling.
Chong, Dianne, retired vice president, assembly, factory, and support technologies, Boeing Engineering, Operations, and Technology, Boeing Co., Bellevue, Wash. For advances in process and production technologies for composites in large commercial aerospace vehicles.
OConnor, Cyril Thomas, professor emeritus and senior research scholar, department of chemical engineering, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, South Africa. For contributions to the sustainable recovery of minerals from complex ores and for the global advancement of mineral processing technology.
Lipner, Steven B., executive director, SAFECode, Wakefield, Mass. For developing and deploying practical methods for engineering secure software and computer systems.
Voight, Barry, professor emeritus of geology and geological engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park. For contributions to the understanding, management, and mitigation of geologic hazards.
Imran, Mir A., chairman and chief executive officer, Incube Ventures, San Jose, Calif. For his role in creating the first implantable cardiac defibrillator, and for developing multiple other technologies as inventor and entrepreneur.
Foster, F. Stuart, professor and Canada Research Chair in ultrasound imaging, department of medical biophysics, University of Toronto, Toronto. For pioneering the field of high-frequency ultrasound and translating its technologies into clinical and preclinical imaging systems.
Gerngross, Tillman U., co-founder and chief executive officer, Adimab LLC, Lebanon, N.H. For founding and leading two successful biotechnology companies in the discovery and manufacture of biopharmaceuticals.
Cabuz, Cleopatra, vice president of engineering, Honeywell Industrial Safety, Honeywell Corp., Golden Valley, Minn. For contributions to sensors, microelectromechanical technologies, and development of industrial and safety products.
Yarmush, Martin L., Paul and Mary Monroe Chair Distinguished Professor, biomedical engineering, Rutgers University, Piscataway, N.J. For pioneering advances in cellular, tissue, and organ engineering and for leadership in applying metabolic engineering to human health.
Bose, Arindam, consultant in business organization, biotechnology, bioengineering, and biosimilars, AbiologicsB LLC, Pawcatuck, Conn. For innovations in the manufacture of biologics and service to the professional society organizations that represent the biopharmaceutical industry.
Holmes, William T., senior consultant, Rutherford & Chekene, Consulting Structural Engineers, San Francisco. For excellence in structural design and leadership in improving the seismic safety of buildings.
Ducharme, Eric H., general manager, advanced technology, GE Aviation, Cincinnati. For advancing the state of the art in composite fan technology and developing industry-leading aircraft engine technologies.
Crocker, James H., vice president, international, and general manager, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co., Littleton, Colo. For technical leadership and engineering contributions in astrophysics and planetary exploration.
Winzer, Peter J., director, optical transmission systems and networks research, Nokia Bell Labs, Holmdel, N.J. For contributions to high-speed, coherent optical communication systems.
Fussenegger, Martin, professor, biotechnology and bioengineering, department of biosystems science and engineering, ETH Zurich, Basel, Switzerland. For contributions to synthetic biology and engineered therapeutic gene networks.
Ewing, Rodney C., Frank Stanton Professor in Nuclear Security, Center for International Security and Cooperation, and professor, department of geological and environmental sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif. For studies on the long-term behavior of complex ceramic materials to assess their suitability for engineered nuclear waste sequestration.
Scheeres, Daniel Jay, distinguished professor and A. Richard Seebass Endowed Chair Professor in Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder. For pioneering work on the motion of bodies in strongly perturbed environments such as near asteroids and comets.
Budnitz, Robert J., staff scientist, earth sciences division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley. For advancement of seismic probabilistic risk assessments and their application to nuclear power facilities.
Asphahani, Aziz I., chief executive officer, QuesTek Innovations LLC, Evanston, Ill. For executive leadership in STEM education, integrated computer design of materials, and invention and production of corrosion-resistant alloys.
Hadziioannou, Georges, University Professor Classe Exceptionelle, Laboratoire de Chimie des Polymères Organiques, Université de Bordeaux, Pessac, France. For foundational discoveries and insights enabling the development of polymers with advanced functionality and performance.
Zhang, Dongxiao , research professor, Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. For pioneering work in stochastic modeling of flow in porous media.