Prof. Junhui Hu
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
Title: The BAW Based Ultrasonic Manipulation and Fabrication of Micro/Nano Scale Materials
Abstract: Ultrasonic micro/nano manipulation and fabrication is a promising actuation technology, which employs the nonlinear and linear effects of ultrasonic vibration in fluid, solid and gas to implement the manipulation and fabrication of micro/nano scale materials. The nonlinear and linear effects of ultrasound utilized in this technology include the acoustic radiation pressure, acoustic streaming, acoustic cavitation, ultrasonic vibration velocity, sound pressure, etc. It is has potential applications in biomedical sample treatment, micro/nano fabrication process and chemical reaction catalyses. In this lecture, the bulk acoustic wave (BAW) based micro/nano concentration (enrichment), micro/nano tweezers, nano motors, PM 2.5 sampling from air, removal of micro/nano particles, gas-molecule-drive derived catalysis effect for the gas-solid interface reaction, and nano gas/strain sensor fabrication, which have been proposed and developed by the speaker’s group in recently years, are presented. The structures, working principles and characteristics of the ultrasonic devices in these work are demonstrated. The experimental and theoretical work implemented by the speaker’s group, shows that the BAW based ultrasonic methods provide a promising way to handle micro/nano scale samples, to construct high-performance gas sensing systems, and to fabricate high-performance nano-devices.
Experience: Junhui Hu received his Ph.D. Degree from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan, in 1997, and B. E. and M. E. degrees in electrical engineering from Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, in 1986 and 1989, respectively. Currently he works for Nanjing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics, China, as a full professor. His research interest is in ultrasonic sensors and actuators, ultrasonic nano fabrication, ultrasonic micro/nano/molecular manipulations, etc. He is a Chang-Jiang Distinguished Professor, China, and an IAAM Fellow.
He was an assistant and associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, from 2001 to 2010, and an R&D engineer at Tokin, Japan, from 1997 to 1999. He authored and co-authored more than 300 publications, including more than 100 full research papers published in SCI journals, two books, 1 editorial review in an international journal and more than 60 disclosed/empowered China and Japan patents. He is the sole author of monograph book “Ultrasonic Micro/Nano Manipulations: Principles and Examples” (2014, World Scientific). He has given more than 30 plenary/keynote/invited lectures at international conferences, and his research work has been highlighted by 7 international scientific media. He was the conference general chairman/chair of International Conference on Mechanical Control and Automation 2016, International Conference on Electric Engineering and Automation Control 2017, SAMDE 2022 and IFEMMT-MDAE 2022, honorary chairman of International Workshop on Piezoelectric Materials and Applications in Actuators 2011 (USA), scientific committee member of Aerospace-2021 (Germany) and Advanced Materials Congress 2022 (Sweden), and served lots of international conferences as a Technical Program/Organizing/Scientific Committee member. He won the Paper Prize from the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (Japan) as the first author in 1998, and was awarded the title of valued reviewer by Sensors and Actuators A: Physical and by Ultrasonis. He was once supported by the Shuang-Chuang Project of Jiangsu Province, China, as a “Shuang-Chuang” expert. He is the guest editor of some SCI journals such as sensors, actuators and micomachines, and editor of a joint topic of those international journals. Presently, he is an editorial board member of four international journals, board member of Chinese Acoustical Society and member of its academic work committee, and deputy director of expert committees on electronic information materials and devices, and on Aerospace materials, Chinese national think tank for materials and devices.
Prof. Kun Li
Chongqing Univeristy, China
Title: Additive Manufacturing and intelligent control of high-performance metal materials
Abstract: As an important branch in the field of 3D printing, metals additive manufacturing, has demonstrated great value and broad application in strategic emerging industries such as aerospace like turbo engine and blades, transportation like bearings, new energy and medical structures. The research progress has been made through several decades combined with the lab research. It has changed the traditional manufacturing methods and provided new ideas for the direct manufacturing of complex metal structures and functional parts, liberating the freedom of designers and making new product forms emerge, which shows very considerable prospects in the fields of innovative product development, biomedicine and energy.
Experience: Distinguished Professor of "Hongshen Young Scholars" at Chongqing University, PhD supervisor, assistant chairman of Chongqing Key Laboratory of Metal Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing), director of High-performance intelligent Additive Manufacturing (HπAM) Lab.Dr. Li obtained his Bachelor degree at Jilin University, and obtained Ph.D. degree at Tsinghua University. Then he worked as a postdoctoral scientist at University of Texas at El Paso in USA. In 2019, he served as a senior researcher in the University of Pittsburgh. He is an expert in laser additive manufacturing and materials genome engineering. He has participated in many projects such as National Natural Science Foundation of China, the International Cooperation Projects with US and Singapore. His scientific research achievements won the Researcher Award of the University of Texas and the Houston Space Agency Technology Application Award.
Prof. Laichang Zhang
ECU’s School of Engineering, Australia
Experience: Laichang Zhang is Professor of Materials Engineering in ECU’s School of Engineering.
Prof Laichang Zhang was awarded his PhD of Materials Engineering at the Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Laichang is currently a Professor of Materials Engineering and Program Leader Mechanical Engineering in the School of Engineering. Prior to joining the Edith Cowan University, Dr Zhang has worked at The University of Western Australia (Perth, Australia) in 2009-2012, University of Wollongong (Wollongong, Australia) in 2007-2009, Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW) Dresden (Dresden, Germany) in 2006-2007 and Darmstadt University of Technology (Darmstadt, Germany) in 2005-2006.Prof Laichang Zhang has considerable expertise and extensive cross-disciplinary research activities in advanced manufacturing of different types of materials (including nanocrystalline / ultrafine-grained materials, bulk metallic glasses, biomaterials, and high-strength steels) and the understanding of their processing, microstructure and properties (e.g. mechanical properties, fatigue properties, corrosion behavior and catalytic performance). Laichang has extensively contributed to a number of research grants supported by Australian Research Council, European Union, National Natural Science Foundation of China, Ministry of Science and Technology of China. Laichang has been serving as Editorial Board Members for many prestigious academic journals such as Advanced Engineering Materials, Materials Science and Technology, Metals, Heliyon and so on. He also has good links to industry both for teaching and research.
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