On May 19th, 2017, the adjunct professor employed ceremony and academic report of Lu Yongfeng was held at the lecture hall in School of Mechanical Engineering building. On the ceremony, school secretary of the party committee, Zhou Jianzhong issued the letter of appointment and wore school badge for Dr. Lu Yongfeng. Firstly, Secretary Zhou introduced the excellent achievements in the field of laser processing for Professor Lu and expressed sincere thanks for the agreement of the visiting for research group. He hopes that the mechanical engineering faculty grasp the opportunity provided by Professor Lu and study the international advanced technology, tracking academic front, to achieve greater progress in scientific research.
After the employed ceremony, Professor Lu gave an academic report named“spectrum, time, space-constrained laser nanomaterial assembly, elemental imaging and 3D manufacturing”. Professor Lu briefed the research group in terms of laser spectrum and mass spectrometry, laser micro-nano manufacturing and other aspects of research and development ideas and innovative achievements, and a number of teachers and graduate students made a detailed answer to the questions raised. The report is warmly welcomed by teachers and students for college teachers and students to expand their research ideas to provide a useful reference.
University of Nebraska Lincoln, founded in 1869, is the United States Midwest famous public comprehensive university, known as the public ivy, under the United States Midwest "Big ten" ten school league, produced three Nobel Award winner. Professor Lu Yongfeng received a bachelor's degree from Tsinghua University in 1984 and a master's and doctorate degree from Osaka University in 1988 and 1991 respectively. From 1991 to 2002, he taught at the National University of Singapore and was awarded the National Science and Technology Award of Singapore (the only winner of the year) as well as the German International Laser Award (International Laser Award) and other six laser world's most important international awards. Since then in 2002, he joined the University of Nebraska Lincoln. Professor Lu Yongfeng is currently the Lott Distinguished Professor of the University of Nebraska Lincoln, SPIE fellow, LIA fellow, OSA fellow, president of the American Laser Society, and in 2012, he was named the Professor of the Changjiang Scholars Program. In the past few years, he received more than 25 million US dollars of research funding and published more than 300 periodical academic papers and more than 400 international conference papers.