Surface Functionalization with Femtosecond Lasers and Applications

Jan 19, 2021
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About This Webinar
Femtosecond lasers are a powerful tool for high-precision materials processing and functionalization. Laser processing led to a range of technologies developed in Guo's lab, including the so-called black-and-colored metals, and superhydrophillic and superhydrophobic surfaces. Guo discusses recent developments in femtosecond laser micro- and nanopatterning, including formation dynamics, drastically altered surface functionalities, and various applications.

***This webinar premiered as the keynote presentation during the 2021 Photonics Spectra Conference Lasers track. For information on upcoming Photonics Media events, see our event calendar here.

About the presenter:
Chunlei GuoChunlei Guo is a professor in The Institute of Optics at University of Rochester. His research is in the area of femtosecond laser-matter interactions at high intensities. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from University of Connecticut in 1999, and was later named one of the University's 40 Under 40 Outstanding Alumni. His postdoctoral training was at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where his work was awarded the Postdoctoral Publication Prize in Experimental Sciences. He joined the faculty of University of Rochester in 2001. His research at Rochester led to the discoveries of a range of highly functionalized surfaces, such as the black and colored metals, and superhydrophilic and superhydrophobic surfaces, which promise technological applications and have been covered extensively by the media. He is an elected Fellow for American Physical Society and Optical Society of America.
Lasersfemtosecond laserslaser processingmicropatterningnanopatterningsuperhydrophilicitysuperhydrophobicChunlei Guo
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