Xujiang Qiao He received his B.S. degree in solid mechanics from Wuhan University of Technology, M.S. degree in computational mechanics from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, and Ph.D. degree in dynamics from the National University of Singapore in 1982, 1988, and 1998, respectively. After his graduation from the National University of Singapore, he worked as an R&D Engineer in MAINTAINER (S) PTE LTD in Singapore for one year. Prior to joining the City University of Hong Kong as a Lecturer in September 2005, He had four years of working experience as a Research Fellow in the joint Research Center of the Institute of High Performance Computing and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Also, he worked as a Research Fellow in City University of Hong Kong for two years. He's main research areas include nanomechanics of carbon nanotubes, smart structures, computational mechanics, parallel computing on PC environment, and multiscale modeling of CNT-reinforced composite. Over the past fifteen years, his research in these fields has resulted in over 75 SCI journal papers in various top international journals. Since he became a Lecturer in CityU in 2005, he has been a principal investigator for twelve research grants (including four GRF grants and a NSFC grant) with a total funding over HK $3.9 millions. The success rate of applying GRF is 4/5.
Biography Updated on 2 August 2011