US-China Workshop on Advanced Nanostructured Materials for Energy Generation, Conservation, and Environmental Protection Print E-mail

Dates: August 23-25, 2012
Hosted by the Northeast Normal University, Changchun, China

The Workshop will explore potential US-China research collaborations in the area of solar energy conversion (including catalysis), energy conservation with LED lighting, and nanomaterial applications in biological detection.  Participants will include leading researchers from the US and China.  The program will include technical lectures, a poster session, and discussions on potential research collaborations.


Co-sponsored by:

Northeast Normal University, Changchun, China
NSF International Materials Institute for Solar Energy and Environment


Organizers:

Haiyang Xu, Northeast Normal University
Yichun Liu, Northeast Normal University
R.P.H. Chang, Professor, Northwestern


Chinese Speakers:

GuoTong Du, Jilin University

Xia Hong, Northeast Normal University

Wenping Hu, Institute of Chemistry Chinese Academy of Sciences

Di Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Guo Lin, Beijing University of Aeronatics and Astronautics

Frank Liu, Shanxi Normal University

Zhuang Liu, Soochow University

Tingli Ma, Dalian University of Technology

Qingbo Meng, Director of Renewable Energy Laboratory Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Peng Wang, Changchun Institute of applied chemistry Chinese Academy of Sciences

Jimmy Chai-mei Yu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

XinTong Zhang, Northeast Normal University

Yue Zhang, University of Science and Technology Beijing

Zhengjun Zhang, Tsinghua University


US Speakers:

Partha Dutta, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Matthew Law, University of California at Irvine

Wei Lu, University of Michigan

Yicheng Lu, Rutgers University

Yunfeng Lu, University of California at Los Angeles

Jiwoong Park, Cornell University

Ting Xu, University of California at Berkeley

Chen Yang, Purdue University

Jin Zhang, University of California at Santa Cruz

Last Updated on Thursday, August 02 2012 12:54