School 2019

In 2019, the 4th “Zhi-Hong” ISS-AM with the theme of “Advanced Metallic Materials” was organized successfully. 14 top-level experts from Ryerson University, Harvard University, Monash University, Dresden University of Technology were invited to give academic lectures. 23 international students from Germany, Italy, Brazil, Russia and other 9 countries and 29 Chinese students attended this program. In addition to understanding the charm of materials, students experienced the long-standing Chinese culture.

Theme: Advanced Metallic Materials

Students: 23 foreign students, 29 Chinese students

Lecturers: 7 foreign lecturers, 6 Chinese lecturers

LecturersUniversities & InstitutesLecture Title
Fawaz HABBALHarvard University, USASystems thinking as an approach for solving challenges;
Microfluidics principles, materials and applications
Daolun CHENRyerson University, CanadaFatigue and deformation of lightweight magnesium alloys
Yip-Wah CHUNGNorthwestern University, USAGrowth of thin metal films(1)—-Mechanical and electrical properties of metal-based films(2);
High-temperature steels
Kamar REDAHarvard University, USAGrain boundary engineering of metallic materials
Dorde JANACKOVICUniversity of Belgrade, SerbiaTI -metal surface modification as a functional materials
Jian-Feng NIEMonash University, AustraliaProcessing and microstructural design for high performance light alloys
Alexander CroyDresden University of Technology, GermanyIntroduction to computational mechanics from an atomistic view
Tao DENGShanghai Jiao Tong University, ChinaBioinspired Energy Conversion at Interface
Jiajun GUShanghai Jiao Tong University, ChinaMetallic butterfly scales
Xuejun JINShanghai Jiao Tong University, ChinaArchitectured Design and Development of Advanced Steels and Materials
Hiroyuki KOKAWAShanghai Jiao Tong University, ChinaGrain boundary engineering of metallic materials
Hong WANGShanghai Jiao Tong University, ChinaCombinatorial Materials Chip
Guangyin YUANShanghai Jiao Tong University, ChinaBiodegradable Medical Metallic Materials
Tsung-Yuan TsaiShanghai Jiao Tong University, ChinaAdditive manufacturing Technology is widely entering medical field-Shanghai Experience

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