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Chunlei Guo

Assistant Professor Of Optics
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Institute Of Optics

Areas of expertise: High-Intensity Laser-Matter Interactions, Ultrafast Phenomena

Press contact:
Leonor Sierra
lsierra@ur.rochester.edu
585.276.6264

Related Links:
Chunlei Guo Homepage

High-Intensity Femtosecond Laser Laboratory


In the News

The Guardian
http://www.theguardian.com/technology/quiz/2014/oct/09/1
October 07, 2014

Science Now
Toward Liquid-Cooled Computers
March 29, 2010

UPI
New way to cool computers is developed
March 22, 2010

Gizmodo
Making Water Run Uphill, With Lasers
March 19, 2010

DailyTech
Researchers Create Silicon that Pumps Water Vertically with no Moving Parts
March 17, 2010

Engadget
Researchers teach liquid to flow uphill, hope to cool future CPUs (video)
March 16, 2010

New York Times (State Version)
For Cooler Chips, Follow the Grooves
March 15, 2010

Spacewar.com
Lasers Creates New Forms of Metal and Enhances Aircraft Performance
February 09, 2010

Medical Device Link
Laser-Modified Metals Allow for Imaging Diseases on the Molecular Level
December 09, 2009

Azonano
Laser Technique Used to Change Colors of Metals Could Have Important Implications for Medicine
December 08, 2009

Medical Device Link
Novel Pump Design Takes Inspiration from Tree Roots
September 17, 2009

DailyTech
New Laser Etched Metal to Cool Jet Fighter Electronics
July 22, 2009

Science Daily
Laser Technology Creates New Forms Of Metal And Enhances Aircraft Performance
July 15, 2009

Los Angeles Chronicle
Laser boosts light bulb efficiency
July 08, 2009

New York Times
Incandescent Bulbs Return to the Cutting Edge
July 05, 2009

The Future of Things
Metal Defies Gravity by Lifting Water
June 16, 2009

TECH.BLORGE.com
University of Rochester professor gets water to defy gravity
June 11, 2009

UPI
Scientists make metal that guides liquids
June 09, 2009

OPTICS.ORG
Metal pumps liquid uphill
June 08, 2009

CNET News
Can lasers save the incandescent lightbulb?
June 03, 2009

Scientific American
Laser-etched metal makes liquid flow uphill
June 03, 2009

United Press International
Laser makes light bulbs super-efficient
June 02, 2009

Engadget
Ultra-powerful laser could make incandescent light bulbs more efficient
May 31, 2009

MSNBC
Scientists alter the colors of many metals
February 11, 2008

New York Times
Lasers Make Other Metals Look Like Gold
February 01, 2008

Toronto Star
Blacker Than Black Is the New Black
November 26, 2006

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Ultra-powerful Laser Makes Silicon Pump Liquid Uphill with No Added Energy
March 16, 2010

Turning metal black more than just a novelty
December 08, 2009

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June 02, 2009

Laser Doubles Efficiency of Traditional Lightbulbs
May 29, 2009

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Biography
Chunlei Guo studies high-intensity femtosecond laser interacting with matter, including gas, solid, and plasma phases. Some examples include, in gas phase, understanding multielectron effects of atoms and molecules in a variety of strong field phenomena; in solid materials, studying electronic and optical processes in the highly nonequilibrium regime; in various matter, exploring novel processes of generating nonlinear optical radiation.