Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Professor
College of Science and Engineering City University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong
Biography :

Professor C.T. Liu is a member of National Academy of Engineering (NAE), USA, a foreign member of Chinese Academy of Engineering, and an academician of Academia Silica Taiwan. He is currently a University Distinguished Professor of City University of Hong Kong. He served as a Professor and Distinguished Research Professor at University of Tennessee between 2005 and 2009; a Chair Professor under the World Class Scholar Program at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and a Distinguished Professor at Auburn University, USA between 2005 and 2010. He is a world leader in the field of intermetallic and metallic materials.

Research Interest :

He has done pioneer work on mechanistically understanding the brittle fracture in intermetallic alloys and intergranular fracture in noble refractory alloys, correlation of atomic structures of bulk metallic glasses (BMGs) with their unique mechanical properties, and hardening of ferritic steels with various nanoparticles. His innovative research has led to the design of new structural materials with superior mechanical properties for engineering applications.

OCM Member
Professor
Korea Institute of Science and Technology , South Korea
Biography :

Cho EunAe is an Associate Professor in Korean Institute of Science and Technology. She did her Ph.D in Material Science and Engineering from KAIST from 1998.3. – 2002.2., M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering, KAIST from 1996.3. – 1998.2.and B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering, KAIST from 1992.3. – 1996.2.

Research Interest :

Material Science and Engineering.

OCM Member
The University of Queensland , Australia
Biography :

Dr Zhigang Chen is currently an Honorary Associate Professor in the School of Mechanical & Mining Engineering, the University of Queensland. Dr Chen received his PhD from the Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2008, on controllable synthesis, growth mechanisms, and properties of quasi-one-dimensional ZnS and BN semiconductor nanomaterials, under the supervision of Professor Hui-Ming Cheng, and Professor Gaoqing (Max) Lu. His research focuses on thermoelectrics for power generation and cooling; next-generation optoelectronic devices and functional System; topological insulators for next-generation chips; and high-speed sensors. As a lead Chief Investigator or Chief Investigator, Dr Chen has succeeded in winning 3 ARC Discovery grants (two are first lead CI and other one is APD Fellow), 1 ARC Linkage, 1 ARC LIEF grant, several Industry Investment, 2 Queensland smart future funds, 1 international linkage grant from the Australian Academy of Sciences, 1 UQ foundation excellence Award, and 4 UQ grants. Dr Chen has contributed more than 130 original journal publications (including top ranking journals, such as Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, Energy & Environmental Science, Nano Letters, Advanced Functional Materials, Advanced Energy Materials, and Nano Energy), 4 patents, and over 30 invited talks or oral presentations. His publications have been cited > 6000 times (ISI web) with H index of 39.

Research Interest :

Yu Lung Chiu is interested in understanding the plasticity of solid materials by studying crystal defects and microstructure evolution mainly using electron microscopes. Currently he is working on magnesium alloys, titanium aluminides, and nanostructured model materials including copper.

OCM Member
University of Birmingham , United Kingdom
Biography :

Yu Lung Chiu did his PhD project on studying the microstructure and mechanical properties of Ni3Al based alloys at the University of Hong Kong. Then he worked as a postdoctoral fellow studying the strength and deformation mechanism of TiAl alloys. After lecturing at the University of Auckland for about three years, he started his current appointment at the University of Birmingham in early 2008.

Research Interest :

Yu Lung Chiu is interested in understanding the plasticity of solid materials by studying crystal defects and microstructure evolution mainly using electron microscopes. Currently he is working on magnesium alloys, titanium aluminides, and nanostructured model materials including copper.

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