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Materials Science and Engineering
Dr. Peng Yu got the bachelor and master degrees from the department of mechanical engineering at Tsinghua University in 1997 and 2000, respectively. He got his Ph.D. from the department of Physics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2003. After graduation, he worked in City University for short time. Subsequently, he became a Humboldt Research Fellow and worked in the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany for two years. From 2006 to 2012, he worked at the University of Queensland in Australia as a senior research fellow. In 2013, he returned to China. He is now an associate professor of the department of materials science and Engineering in the Southern University of Science and Technology. In his career, Dr. Peng Yu was ever granted the awards of Humboldt Research Fellow, Queensland International Research Fellow and High-Caliber Personnel of Shenzhen Peacock Plan (Level B) ect. Dr. Peng Yu devote to fundamental researches on powder metallurgy of light alloys, metal matrix composites and porous metals. He is also interested in developing advanced powder metallurgy technologies based on powder injection molding and 3D printing, which are applicable to industrial fabrication. He has already published about 40 papers in international journals. His papers have been cited for more than 300 times, with an H-index of 11.
◆ fundamental researches on powder metallurgy of light alloys
◆ metal matrix composites and porous metals
◆ developing advanced powder metallurgy technologies based on powder injection molding and 3D printing
◆ 2013.1 – present: Associate Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology
◆ 2006.10– 2012.12: Research Fellow, The University of Queensland (Brisbane,)
◆ 2004.10–2006.8: Alexander von Humboldt research fellow, Technische Universität Darmstadt (Darmstadt, Germany)
◆ 2004.1– 2004.9: Senior research associate, City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong,)
◆ 2000.12-2003.11 The Chinese University of Hong Kong (PhD, Physics)
◆ 1997.09-2000.07 Tsinghua University (Master, Mechanical engineering)
◆ 1992.09-1997.07 Tsinghua University (Bachelor, Mechanical engineering)
Honors & Awards：
◆ Alexander von Humboldt research fellowship (2004 Germany)
◆ Biography has been published in the 2007 (24th) edition of “Who’s Who in the World”
◆ Queensland International Fellowship (2011 Australia)
◆ Shenzhen Peacock Award, Category B, Shenzhen Municipality （2013 China）
Selected Publications and Patents：
◆ Peng Yu, Ma Qian, Ling Li, G. B. Schaffer. On the infiltration mode during fabrication of aluminium composite. Acta Matererialia, (2010) vol. 58, p. 3790-3797（SCI）.
◆ Peng Yu, G. B. Schaffer.Microstructural evolution during pressureless infiltration of aluminum alloy parts fabricated by selective laser sintering.Acta Matererialia, (2009) vol 57, p. 163-170（SCI）.
◆ Peng Yu, Cheng-Ji Deng, Nan-Gang Ma, Man-Yan Yau, Dickon H.L. Ng.Formation of nanostructured eutectic network in α-Al2O3 reinforced Al-Cu alloy matrix composite. Acta Materialia, (2003), vol.51, p3445-3454 （SCI）.
◆ M.Yan, Peng Yu, G. B. Schaffer, Ma Qian. Secondary phases and interfaces in a nitrogen-atmosphere sintered Al alloy: TEM evidence for the formation of AlN during liquid phase sintering. Acta Materialia, (2010) vol. 58, p. 5667-5674（SCI）.
◆ Peng Yu, Ming Yan, G. B. Schaffer. Fabrication of porous aluminium with controllable pore fractioin.Metallurgical and Materials Transaction A, (2011) vol 42, p. 2040-2047（SCI）.
◆ Peng Yu, Ma Qian, G. B. Schaffer. Pressureless Infiltration and Resulting Mechanical Properties of Al-AlN Preforms Fabricated by Selective Laser Sintering and Partial Nitridation. Metallurgical and Materials Transaction A, (2010) vol 41A, p. 2417-2424（SCI）.
◆ Peng Yu, Ma Qian, G. B. Schaffer. A correlation between failure angle and constituent for Al-AlN composites under uniaxial tensile conditions. Metallurgical and Materials Transaction A, (2012), vol. 43A, p. 3239-3299（SCI）.