Presented by: Chunlei Guo, The Institute of Optics, University of Rochester
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.
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