Research Area

Multiscale Modelling for Multi-layered Surface Systems (MSS)

Before joining Imperial College, Dr. Wang had worked on a variety of projects, including the nonlinear constitutive modelling of asphalt mixture, dynamics design of Coriolis mass flow meters and fracture mechanics. Dr. Wang's expertises mainly focused on solid mechanics, including the nonlinear finite element analysis, constitutive modelling, creep, fracture  and dynamics design.

Currently, he is working on the development of Micromechanics models with crystal plasticity theory. An integrated design and analysis facility is under development, which might be a useful tool in the forming and mass manufacturing of micro products and miniatures.

Research Projects

  • Mass-Manufacture of Miniature/Micro Products(Masmicro), EU FP6
  • Pavement and Rail Track Engineering, UK EPSRC Platform
  • Advanced Coriolis Mass Flow Meter Design, UK EPSRC

Research Keywords

  • Metal forming
  • Computational Solid Mechanics
  • Crystal Plasticity Constitutive Modelling
  • Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis
  • Creep, Fatigue and Fracture
  • Dynamics Analysis
  • Sensor Design
  • Image Processing and Signal Analysis

Teaching Activities

  • Mechanics of Nonlinear Continuum
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Solid Mechanics


  • BEng (Taiyuan University of Technology)
  • MEng (China University of Mining and Technology)
  • PhD (Xi'an Jiaotong University)

Contact Details

Tel: (+44) (0)2075 9457067