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., 2019, Using transmission Kikuchi diffraction in a scanning electron microscope to quantify geometrically necessary dislocation density at the nanoscale, Ultramicroscopy, Vol:197, ISSN:0304-3991, Pages:39-45
Shao Z, Jiang J, Lin J, 2018, Feasibility study on direct flame impingement heating applied for the solution heat treatment, forming and cold die quenching technique, Journal of Manufacturing Processes, Vol:36, ISSN:1526-6125, Pages:398-404
et al., 2018, A comparative assessment of iron and cobalt-based hard-facing alloy deformation using HR-EBSD and HR-DIC, Acta Materialia, Vol:159, ISSN:1359-6454, Pages:173-186
et al., 2018, Microstructural Evolution of Mechanically Deformed Polycrystalline Silicon for Kerfless Photovoltaics, Physica Status Solidi (a), ISSN:1862-6300
et al., 2018, Develop an effective oxygen removal method for copper powder, Advanced Powder Technology, Vol:29, ISSN:0921-8831, Pages:1904-1912