Dr. Professor Jiang Lei is a leader in biomimetic research and winner of the 21st
Nikkei Asia Prize in Science and Technology. The Prize was established in 1996 by Nikkei Keizai Shinbun to recognize the people and organizations who have contributed to the stabilization, development and community building of Asia.
Dr. Professor Jiang Lei will visit Chuo University’s Korakuen Campus to give a lecture before the award ceremony which will be held on May 29 in Tokyo.
Date: Friday, May 27
Place: Chuo University Korakuen Campus Building No. 5, Room 5136
Dr. Jiang Lei, Director and Professor, Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Smart Interfacial Materials from Super-Wettability to Binary Cooperative Complementary Systems
Learning from nature and based on lotus leaves and fish scale, we developed super-wettability system: superhydrophobic, superoleophobic,superhydrophilic, superoleophilic surfaces in air and superoleophobic,superareophobic, superoleophilic, superareophilic surfaces under water.
Further, we fabricated artificial materials with smart switchable super-wettability, i.e., nature-inspired binary cooperative complementary nanomaterials (BCCNMs) that consisting of two components with entirely opposite physiochemical properties at the nanoscale, are presented as a novel concept for the building of promising materials.
About the Nikkei Asia Prize