Jing Li received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering in 2006 and 2009, respectively, and his Ph.D. degree in computational materials in 2012, all from the Air Force Engineering University, Xi'an, China. He has been on the faculty of the same university since 2012. He was promoted to Lecturer in 2012 and to Associate Professor in 2014. Dr. Li has taught some subjects in mechanics and design. At the graduate level, he has been teaching courses on fatigue of materials and structures and fracture mechanics. Dr. Li's primary research interests and publications include materials mechanical behavior in general, fatigue and fracture mechanics in particular, and multiaxial fatigue life prediction. He has published over 20 refereed papers dealing with fatigue and fracture, both at the basic level helping to understand fundamental fatigue damage mechanisms as well as in the applied areas facilitating applications of the knowledge learned to the design and life prediction of engineering components and structures. Dr. Li is a Member of the Chinese Society of Astronautics (CSA) and a Reviewer of the International Journal of Fatigue, Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures, Journal of Astronautics, and so forth. He has received several awards for his research, including the Air Force Engineering University Outstanding Research Award in 2010.
Biography Updated on 28 January 2014