Dr Jiang focuses on developing novel manufacturing techniques through the understanding of micro-thermomechanical behaviours for lightweight alloys and solar cells including Ti, Mg, TiAl, Si.
He received his DPhil (Oxford 2013) and followed by two-year post-doc and one-year research fellow at Imperial College studying the microstructural behaviour of engineering alloys. Although at an early stage of his academic career, he has been rapidly gaining an international reputation as evidenced by 8 invited presentations at international conferences, and 1 invited review paper.
et al., 2021, A study of solid-state bonding-by-hot-deforming mechanism in Inconel 718, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Vol:295, ISSN:0924-0136
et al., 2021, Study of the microstructure, bonding evolution and mechanical properties of continuously extruded magnesium AZ31 sheet, Materials Science and Engineering A, Vol:819, ISSN:0921-5093
et al., 2021, Develop a novel high-strength vacuum brazing technique for γ-TiAl intermetallic, International Journal of Lightweight Materials and Manufacture, Vol:4, Pages:237-245
et al., 2021, Quantifying geometrically necessary dislocation density during hot deformation in AA6082 Al alloy, Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing, Vol:814, ISSN:0921-5093
et al., 2021, Enhanced plasticity at cryogenic temperature in a magnesium alloy, Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing, Vol:811, ISSN:0921-5093