基于生物体表高透减反射表面的仿生设计与制造 Bionic design and manufacture based on the transparent anti-reflection surfaces on biology报告人:
牛士超，吉林大学工程仿生教育部重点实验室教授，博士生导师，宾夕法尼亚大学访问学者，匈牙利NKFI基金评审专家，中国农业机械学会地面机器系统分会副秘书长，入选吉林大学优秀青年教师重点培养与培英计划；担任Coatings、Polymers等期刊编委、Journal of Bionic Engineering青年编委、Sci. Adv.、Adv. Mater.等期刊审稿人、国际仿生工程学会会员。目前的研究领域为机械仿生学，以责任作者在Prog. Mater. Sci.、Adv. Mater.、Mater. Today、ACS Nano、Nano Energy等期刊发表SCI论文30余篇，授权专利20余项。
Light reflection and dust pollution on material surface result in low energy utilization, light pollution and material waste. In order to further enhance its high reliability requirements in aerospace, military stealth, energy, photoelectric imaging and other fields, the possibility of structuring material at the nanoscale is necessary to control light-matter interactions. In this context, nature can serve not only as a source of inspiration for the design of such novel optical structures, but also as a main source of materials. In nature, nano- to micrometer-size structured materials made from biopolymers are at the origin of most of the light-transport effects. In this report, firstly, some of the strategies used in nature to optimize light matter interaction are introduced and some of the transparent anti-reflection surfaces is highlighted. Next, how natural photonic systems manage light reflection and what can be learned from biology to produce photonic materials from biopolymers are discussed. Last, the design and fabrication of bio-inspired transparent anti-reflection materials are presented.