When used as the cathode electrocatalysts, the PdMo nanosheets enables much enhanced changing/discharging performance in Zn-air and Li-air batteries.


Zhan is a professor in the College of Engineering at Peking University, a recipient of the National Science Fund for Outstanding Young Scholars, and a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK.

Professor Yufeng Zheng of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the College of Engineering, together with other 9 teachers, won the honorary title of the Fourth "Top Ten Tutors" of Peking University.

Edward Teller Award, set up by American Nuclear Society, is the highest international award of fusion energy which was named after Edward Teller, father of the hydrogen bomb.


Prof. Li is mainly engaged in research on distributed collaborative control, networked control systems, and analysis and control of autonomous unmanned systems.

The forum consisted of four invited reports, fourteen theme reports, and plenty of session reports in its five parallel sessions.

From July 27th to 28th, 2019, the 2nd International Workshop on Near-Limit Flames was successfully held at Peking University.


Dr. Smith is an Emeritus Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Lehigh University.

Recently, Dr. Florin Mingireanu from the European Space Agency visited the State Key Laboratory for Turbulence and Complex Systems (LTCS).

“This will be a great opportunity for students to develop professional skills and a global perspective,” said Prof. Huaiqiu Zhu, Associate Dean of the College of Engineering.


With the help of the 3D printer, a rugby ball-shaped multilayer copolymer energy harvester operating in flextensional mechanism was prepared. The obtained piezoelectric coefficient and power density were greatly enhanced.

Xie’s group proposed a limit-cycle based controller design approach for a group of anonymous mobile agents to form any desired formations in a plane.

The researchers in the College of Engineering, Peking University have developed an application of diboron compounds in energy conversion materials and devices.

Recently, Prof. Peng Xi in the College of Engineering, Peking University and his colleagues developed polarized structured illumination microscopy (pSIM), which enables super-resolution polarization imaging on commercial SIM systems.

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