Stimuli-Directing Liquid Crystalline Nanostructures: From Tunable Photonics to Renewable Energy

2020-10-25 19:27:32
报告题目:Stimuli-Directing Liquid Crystalline Nanostructures: From Tunable Photonics to Renewable Energy
报告时间:2020年10月26日(周一) 上午10:00
报告人:李全 教授

个人简介:李全教授,欧洲科学院院士,欧洲科学与艺术院院士,现任职于世界最著名的液晶研究所,该研究所是世界上最大的液晶教育研究基地,同时也是每年市值2000多亿美金的液晶显示技术产业的发源地。李全教授现担任有机合成与先进材料实验室主任,化学物理跨学科项目兼职教授,是液晶技术领域的国际顶级学者,在智能液晶材料研究和人才培养方面做出了杰出的贡献。李全教授作为通讯作者的大量研究成果发表在Nature, Chem. Rev., Chem. Soc. Rev.,Acc. Chem. Res., JACS, Angew. Chem., Adv. Mater., Nat. Commun., Sci. Adv., Mater. Today等顶级学术期刊上,有四个美国专利被转让,并多次被世界顶级期刊评论和报道。

报告摘要:Liquid crystals (LCs) represent a fascinating state of matter that combines order and mobility on a molecular and supramolecular level. The unique combination of order and mobility results in that LC is typically “soft” and responds easily to external stimuli. The responsive nature and diversity of LCs provide tremendous opportunities as well as challenges for insights in fundamental science, and open the door to various applications. Conventional nematic LCs have become the quintessential materials of LC displays. With the LC displays ubiquitous in our daily life and annual ~$200 billion market, the research and development of LCs are moving rapidly beyond display applications and evolving into entirely new and fascinating scientific frontiers. In my talk, I will focus on our recent research and development on stimuli-directing liquid crystalline nanostructures: from dynamic photonics (camouflage, laser steering, photodisplay, etc.) to energy saving and generation.

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