KGRI Lecture Series: (2018.4.12開催) "Development and Controlling Materials' Surface Functionality by Laser Micro/Nano 3D Structuring"2018.04.12
今回は，Lin Li教授（マンチェスター大学）をお招きして，「Development and Controlling Materials' Surface Functionality by Laser Micro/Nano 3D Structuring」と題して講演いただきます。
日 時：2018年４月12日（木）10:00～11:30 開場 9:50
会 場：慶應義塾大学 矢上キャンパス 12棟教室棟２階 部屋名称12-210
主 催：慶應義塾大学グローバルリサーチインスティテュート(KGRI) 創造クラスター
Materials interaction with the external media can be greatly affected by their surface micro/nano structures. This presentation introduces the author's recent work on the development and controlling of material surface functionalities by laser generation of 2D and 3D periodic structures and their interactions with surrounding media. These include the control of wettability of materials (e.g. super-hydrophobic and super-hydrophilic surfaces), control of optical properties of the surfaces including light absorption, scattering, emission and colours, control of aerodynamic properties of the surface, control of stiction force, and friction coefficients of the surfaces, control of surface properties for bonding and adhesion, control of bio-compatibility, and control of bacterial adhesion and dust adhesion of the surfaces. Nanosecond, picosecond and femtosecond lasers were used for these investigations. The applications of these special surface structures for data storage, security, medical implants, vacuum cleaners, light emission, solar energy harvesting, bone implants, coronary stents, dies and moulds, bonding and adhesion, and antibacterial surfaces are described.
Professor Lin Li is an elected Fellow of Royal Academy of Engineering, UK (Academician), and International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP). He is the Director of Laser Processing Research Centre at The University of Manchester, UK. He has over 360 publications in peer-reviewed journals and 50 patents related to photonic sciences, laser processing and advanced manufacturing. He serves on the editorial boards of 13 international scientific journals related to manufacturing science, photonics and laser engineering. He obtained an MSc degree in Control Engineering from Dalian University of Technology in 1982 and a PhD degree from Imperial College London in 1989 in Laser Engineering.
He has served as the President of Laser Institute of America (2016), President of International Academy of Photonics and Laser Engineering (2013-2015) and President of Association of Laser Users (AILU, since 2017-2019). Professor Li received Sir Frank Whittle Medal from the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK in 2013 for his outstanding achievements in engineering innovations in manufacturing that has led to worldwide commercial applications in the aerospace, automotive, medical, energy and security industries. He received the Wolfson Research Merit Award from the Royal Society in 2014 in micro/nano photonic science. He also received Charles Main Award from Institute of Mechanical Engineers for his work in the application of lasers in nuclear decommissioning. He received distinguished Researcher of the Year Medal in 2014 from The University of Manchester, UK.
Prof. Jiwang YAN (e-mail: email@example.com)