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Speaker-2020

Prof. Zhenyu Zhang

Dalian University of Technology, China
Speech title: "Macroscale superlubricity performed by a developed superlubric system using graphene coated surfaces"
Prof. Dr. Zhenyu Zhang is a professor of School of Mechanical Engineering at Dalian University of Technology, China. His research work focuses on ultraprecision grinding, chemical mechanical polishing, nanoscale precision manufacturing and nanotribology. Dr. Zhang was awarded the Excellent Young Scientists Fund of National Natural Science Foundation of China in 2014, Changjiang Scholar Program of Ministry of Education of China in 2016, Thousand Talents of Zhejiang Province, China in 2015, Distinguished Young Scholars for Science and Technology of Dalian City, Liaoning Province, China in 2016, Hundred Talents of Hundreds, Thousands and Ten Thousands Talents Program of Liaoning Province, China in 2016, Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University of China in 2013. Now he is an Associate Editor of Applied Nanoscience (SCI IF: 3.198).

Prof. Xichuan Yang

Dalian University of Technology, China
Speech title:"Minimizing Energy Lose of Charge Transfers Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell to Promote Record Power Conversion Efficiency of 13.6%"
Prof. Xichuan Yang, as projects leader, developed more than 20 fine chemical products from laboratory to mass production. Among these projects, C. I. Disperse Dye 60#, Bromoamine Acid, 1,5/1,8-dinitroanthraquinone were evaluated by national experts as world advanced technology and were the first reported technology in China. He was the famous expert on anthraquinone dyes and intermediates. His project, Environment-friendly Technology in Dyestuffs and Intermediates, was awarded the First Class Prize of Ministry of Education, China in 2002. From 2004, Prof. Xichuan Yang turned to study the third generation of solar cells, such as Dye-sensitized Solar Cells (DSCs), Organic Photovoltaics (OPVs) and Perovskite Solar Cells (PSCs). More than 100 of his articles have been published in international journals, including many articles high impacted journals such as J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Eng. & Environ. Sci., Adv. Funct. Mater., Chem. Mater., J. Mater. Chem.

Dr.Dhanesh G Mohan

Institute of Materials Joining Shandong University , China
Speech title: THE POTENCY OF HYBRID FRICTION STIR WELDING ON MECHANICAL AND CORROSION RESISTANCE PROPERTIES OF WELDMENTS
Dr.Dhanesh G Mohan is a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E) and a chartered engineer (C.Eng) currently working as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Institute of Material Science and Engineering at Shandong University, Jinan, China. He received his Ph.D., in Mechanical Engineering from Anna University, Chennai, India, in 2019. He earned his Master of Engineering (M.E) in Manufacturing Engineering from Government College of Technology, Coimbatore, India, in 2014, and he also earned a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India, in 2019. His research mainly focused on hybrid friction stir welding methods like Laser-assisted FSW, Ultrasonic vibration-assisted FSW, Induction assisted FSW, and FSP and to study and understand the mechanical, metallurgical, corrosive, and microstructural properties of these methods on metals like steel alloys, magnesium alloys, and aluminium alloys. His previous works include friction stir welding in aluminium alloys, hybrid friction stir welding of stainless steel alloys, corrosion nature, mechanical properties, and microstructure analysis in dissimilar FSW weldments.

Prof. Katsuyuki Kida (Ph.D, Dr. Eng.)

University of Toyama, Solid Mechanics Laboratory,Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Japan
Speech title:"Magnetic health monitoring system for structural steel elements"
Professor Katsuyuki Kida was born in 1968 in Osaka, where he studied mechanical engineering at Osaka University from 1988. Apart from course work, he studied rolling contact fatigue (RCF) occurring in TiC and TiN coated steels using both X-ray diffraction and scanning acoustic microscopy. After graduation he pursued his academic career and obtained a Ph.D. in engineering mechanics in 2000, investigating RCF problems of all-Si3N4 bearings. By observing cracking and flaking failure under RCF, he succeeded in explaining the material`s features from the viewpoint of fracture mechanics. From 2000 he focused his work on investigating the contact problems of several materials used in machine elements. He has also continued fundamental research on contact problems, for which he received ‘The Best Paper Prize (FFEMS PRIZE)’ from ‘Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures’ journal in 2005. The awarded papers reported establishing a crack growth mechanism under contact pressure, a problem previously unsolved for over 70 years since S. Way’s proposed theory. His research interests now include the development of three dimensional scanning Hall-probe microscope technologies, fatigue phenomena in polymer bearing, crack growth mechanism under contact stresses and refinement of high-carbon steels. He holds and has held a number of prestigious leadership roles in academy-industry corroboration programs: refinement of steels, new joint system in humanoid robots and fatigue of polymer bearings in "Strategic Fundamental Technologies Strengthening Assistance Programs" (Ministry of Economics, Trade and Industry, Japan, 2009-2013); scanning Hall-probe microscopy in "Fundamental Studies on Technologies for Steel Materials with Enhanced Strength and Functions" (Consortium of the JRCM, Japan, 2008-2012); and ceramic bearing elements in the project supported by "Japanese Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization" (NEDO, Japan, 2007-2011).” As a chairperson of department of mechanical engineering in University of Toyama, Professor Kida is heading education and research projects (2019-).

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