Prof. Chunlei Guo from University of Rochester


Topic: Surface functionalization of metals with femtosecond lasers
Time: 09:30AM 25th December 2015
Location: A424

The introduction of Prof. Chunlei Guo

Chunlei Guo is a full 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 from 1999 to 2001, 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 the so-called Black and Colored Metals, which may find a broad range of technological applications and have been covered extensively by the media .

He is an elected Fellow for both American Physical Society and Optical Society of America. He has authored well over 100 refereed journal articles and has been playing an active role in serving the scientific community.