Aibing B. Yu
Aibing Yu has specialized in process metallurgy, obtaining the B.Eng. degree in 1982, the M.Eng. in 1985 from Northeastern University, the Ph.D. degree in 1990 from the University of Wollongong, and the D.S. degree in 2007 from the University of New South Wales (UNSW). Since 1992, he works at UNSW School of Materials Science and Engineering. Currently, he serves as aScientia Professor and as an ARC Federation Fellow, directing a world-class research facility named Simulation and Modeling of Particulate Systems. He is considered as a World-Leading Scientist in particle/powder technology and process engineering, has (co)authored about 600 publications, and delivered many invited plenary/keynote presentations at many international conferences. He is the recipient of various prestigious awards including the Josef Kapitan Award from the Iron and Steel Society, Ian Wark Medal and Lecture from Australian Academy of Science, ExxonMobile Award from Australian and New Zealand Federation of Chemical Engineers, NSW Scientist of Year 2010 in engineering, mathematics and computer science, and Top 100 Most Influential Engineers in Australia. He serves as an Elected Fellow at Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering and at Australian Academy of Science.
Biography Updated on 18 November 2011