Plenary and keynote speaker

MEACM2020 are sincerely inviting keynote speakers!
Joining as one of the keynote speakers in MEACM2020, you can attend this conference for free, including the conference documents, lunch, banquet, present, and coffee break during the conference.

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Prof. Chaoyang Sun
University of Science and Technology Beijing
Speech tItle: Modeling of discontinuous dynamic recrystallization for magnesium alloy considering initial topology of grains: A phase field method.

Prof. Sun’s research expertise is in materials processing, multiscale materials and process modeling, which includes crystal plasticity modeling, discrete dislocation dynamics modeling and MPF-FE modeling and its application in microstructure evolution of magnesium alloys, TWIP steel and Nickel-base super-alloy during metal forming process. He seeks an epistemological understanding of the science behind materials processing and micro-mechanics, advancing knowledge in these areas, and further successfully addressing a plethora of challenges and bottleneck issues in the exploration arena. Prof. Sun hosted four projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Two items rated outstanding), one major science and technology major project of high-end CNC machine tools and basic manufacturing equipment, two project of the Beijing Natural Science Foundation, one new teacher fund of the Ministry of Education, and more than ten R&D projects with enterprises. He obtained the second prize for science and technology progress of the Ministry of Education. The senior member of the Mechanical Engineering Society, and deputy director of the Hebei Pipeline Equipment Engineering Technology Center. Prof. Sun published more than 80 full-length papers in refereed journal and 12 patents, such as IJP, JMPT, MSEA, etc., which 38 papers were indexed by SCI. In addition, he is also serving as an invited reviewer for many SCI journals.


Assoc. Prof. Xin Qi
University of Science and Technology Beijing
Speech tItle: Predictive Control —— An Emerging Technology for Motor Drives

Xin QI, IEEE Senior Member, was born in Beijing, China, in 1982. He received the B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical and mechanical engineering from the University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, China, in 2004 and 2011, respectively. He was a Research Assistant with the Electrical Machines and Drives Laboratory, University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany, in 2009, 2010 and June/July 2012. He was a visiting scholar with the Electrical Machines and Drives Laboratory, University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany, in August 2018/February 2019
Dr. QI is currently an Associate Professor with the School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing. He is also the head of Electromechanical System Control and Simulation Academic Echelon. His research interests include sensorless control of ac machines, predictive control, online optimized pulsewidth-modulation techniques, and control strategies for inverters and ac machine drives.

Professor LiFang Zheng
University of Science and Technology Beijing

Speech Title: Study on properties and microstructure changes of GFRP under irradiation

Dr. Lifang Zheng is currently a full professor at the University of Science and Technology Beijing (USTB), China. She obtained her PhD in Mechanical Design and Theory from USTB in 2008. Then she got a lecturer position at USTB. In 2016–2017, she was financially supported by the China scholarship council as a visiting scholar in University of Birmingham, UK. She is the Senior Member of Chinese Institute of mechanical engineering, China Composites Society, Youth Work Committee of China Composites Society. She won the second prize of Science and Technology Progress Award of the Ministry of Education in 2009, Outstanding Contribution Award of the National Major Scientific Project - Beijing Electron Positron Collider Major Reconstruction Project in 2009, the first prize of the 8th Young Teachers' Teaching Basic Skills Competition Paper of Beijing in 2014. She teaches the courses of “Hydraulic Transmission and Control”. Her current research interests include Mechanical and Electrical system, Radiation damage of engineering materials. She has authored over 30 EI/SCI papers. She was selected into the Young Talents Program of Beijing universities in 2013.

Assoc. Prof. Aidah Jumahat
Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Speech Title: Mechanical Properties of Natural Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites

Jumahat A is an Professor of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Malaysia. She has been giving lectures on Composite Materials, Finite Element Method, Mechanics of Materials, Manufacturing Processes, Engineering Design and Advanced Materials, which happens to be her areas of research interest, since 2001. She also currently serves as Director of Community of Research for Frontier Materials and Industrial Applications at the Deputy Vice Chancellor Office UiTM since 2016. She received her MSc degree (2002) and B.Eng. (Hons.) degree in Mechanical and Materials Engineering (1999) from the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. She received her Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Sheffield United Kingdom in 2011. She has published more than 200 technical papers in journals, chapters in book and conference proceedings locally and internationally in materials and mechanical engineering research areas.

Professor Kheng Lim Goh
Newcastle Research & Innovation Institute (NewRIIS) Singapore Newcastle University in Singapore (NUIS)

 Kheng Lim Goh is a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Physicist with the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (UK) and Institute of Physics (UK). His research interest is in the repair of fibre reinforced composites used in aerospace and automotive engineering. He holds the position of Associate Professor at Newcastle Research and Innovation Institute (NewRIIS) and the Newcastle University in Singapore, and is affiliated to the Faculty of Science, Agriculture & Engineering, Newcastle University (UK). He leads the Advanced Composite Research Group at NewRIIS. Professor Goh has authored and co-authored over 70 papers in peer-reviewed journals, books and conferences that cover a wide range of composite materials, together with international collaborators from Argentina, Canada, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and UK. His research theme underlies an understanding of the physical properties of natural and synthetic materials and implications for designing composites for engineering applications and for repairing damaged composites. He is the author of a book on 'Discontinuous-fibre reinforced composites: fundamentals of stress transfer and fracture mechanics' published by Springer.

Professor Jiang Li
University of Science and Technology Beijing
Speech Title: Microfluidic fabrication of functional particles

 Dr. Jiang Li received the Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 1998, and the PhD in Instrumentation Science and Technology from Tsinghua University in 2004. She joined the faculty of the School of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Science and Technology Beijing (USTB) in 2004 and became a full professor in 2014. She visited Princeton University as a visiting scholar in 2010 and 2017. Dr. Li received the Wen Shizhu Maple Leaf Award for outstanding young scholars in Tribology in 2014 and the Best Paper Award in Tribology in 2015. Her research interests are in the microfluidics and interfaces in microscale manufacturing.

Assoc. Prof. Weimin Huang
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Speech Title: Advanced shape memory technology to reshape product design, manufacturing and repairing/recycling: an update of recent development

Dr Wei Min Huang is currently an Associate Professor (tenured) at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. With over 20 years of experience on various shape memory materials (alloy, polymer, composite and hybrid), he has published over 190 papers in journals, such as Accounts of Chemical Research, Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, and Materials Today, and has been invited to review manuscripts from over 270 international journals (including Progress in Polymer Science, Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, and Advanced Functional Materials, etc), project proposals from American Chemical Society, Hong Kong Research Grants Council, etc, and book proposals from Springer, Elsevier and CRC. He has published two books (Thin film shape memory alloys – fundamentals and device applications, Polyurethane shape memory polymers) and is currently on the editorial board of over three dozen of journals.