Welcome to disordered matter and thermophysics lab.
Our group, a multiscale engineering group at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), is dedicated to solving a few challenging engineering as well as fundamental physical problems at the intersection of advanced energy systems and advanced functional materials using disordered matter with potential applications in thermal engineering, smart materials, through a cross-filed approach using quantum many-body theory, second newton's law and advanced optical experimental technologies. For more details, please refer to the video introduction.
Prof. Zhou will give an invited talk on the passive evaporative cooling techniques in Jiangsu HK Inno Tech Webinar organized by HKTDC on 15/09. (10/08/2022)
Prof. Zhou is selected as the Youth Editorial Board Member of the prestigious journal Carbon Neutrality. (10/08/2022)
Two graduates Xing Xiang and Hongzhao Fan will present their work in the Workshop on Thermal Transport 2022. (06/08/2022)
Hongzhao's paper "Ultralong Mean Free Path Phonons in HKUST-1 and Their Scatterings with Water Adsorbates" was accepted by Physical Review B. Congrats, Hongzhao. (05/08/2022)
Mr. Jiawang Li from Tsinghua University will join DMTR Lab as a regular graduate student. Welcome, Jiawang! (31/05/2022)
DMTR Lab graduate students Yixin Xu and Guang Wang have been awarded the HKUST Redbird Scholarship. Congrats! Yixin and Guang. (31/05/2022)
Our project "A Smart Cooling Strategy for Photovoltaic Solar Cells via A Sustainable Coating " is awarded by Sustainable Smart Campus as a Living Lab (SSC) @HKUST. Thanks the finance support from SSC.(13/05/2022)