Thermoelectric material is a kind of new energy material that can realize the direct mutual conversion of thermal energy and electrical energy through the directional movement of internal carriers with the temperature difference. Thermoelectric devices prepared from thermoelectric materials have the characteristics of small size, high reliability, wide operating temperature range, and no noise. They have great potential for development in both military and civilian applications.
On September 8, 2022, Prof. Raymond Chan from Department of Mathematics, City University of Hong Kong was invited to the 83th Science Lecture of College of Science, SUSTech. He gave a lecture themed “Sparsity—The Beauty of Less is More”, which was chaired by Prof. Qiman Shao, head of Department of Statistics and Data Science, Southern University of Science and Technology.
On May 19, 2021, Prof. Li YOU from Dept. of Physics, Tsinghua University was invited to the 63th Science Lecture of College of Science, SUSTech. He gave a lecture themed “Quantum Enhanced Precision Measurement”, which was chaired by academician Xueming YANG, dean of College of Science.
On March 26, 2021, Prof. Wenhao HU, dean of School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sun Yat-Sen University was invited to the 54th Science Lecture of College of Science, SUSTech. He gave a lecture themed with“novel reactions via trapping of active intermediates”.
Ingrid·Irmer: Assistant Professor, SUSTech International Center for Mathematics
Leonardo·Modesto: Associate Professor, Department of Physics
Shishir·Priyadarshi: Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Earth and Space Sciences
Ron·Chanvutha: Undergraduate Student, Department of Biology