Seminar - Nanomechanics and nano-manufacturing research at The University of Queensland
Date: 24 June 2014 (Tuesday)
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Venue:EF305, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
This talk will include two parts. In the first part the development of innovativemethods for characterizing the mechanical properties of nanowires, nanobelts andultrathin films will be introduced. In the second part the fundamental understanding of deformation mechanisms of a thin film multilayered structure under mechanical loadingand its removal characteristics involved in abrasive machining will be discussed.
Han Huang is a Chair Professor of manufacturing at The University of Queensland (UQ). His research is mainly concerned with nano-manufacturing and mechanical characterization of nanostructured and biological materials. Prof. Huang published over 180 Peer-reviewed journal papers, leading to a SCOPUS h-index of 25. He received a number of prestigious research accolades, including Australia Research Council Future Fellowship, Australia Research Fellowship, JSPS Invitation Fellowship and Queensland International Fellowship, and also won the Singapore National Technology Award. He has editorial roles in a number of international journals and is a fellow of International Society of Nano-manufacturing.