Keynote speaker

ICMEMSCE2020 are sincerely inviting keynote speakers!
Joining as one of the keynote speakers in ICMEMSCE2020, you can attend this conference for free, including the conference documents, lunch, banquet, present, and coffee break during the conference. 
If you would like to join us, please send us your CV by email: committee@icmemsce.org

 

  • Professor Fu-yuan Gong
    Zhejiang University, China
    Towards service life prediction of concrete structures rooted in micro-deterioration mechanisms

    Dr. Fu-yuan Gong graduated from Tsinghua University (China) for his Bachelor's Degree, and then got the Master's and Doctor's Degree from Hokkaido University (Japan). After that, Dr. Gong worked as a post-doctor researcher in The University of Tokyo and then moved to Yokohama National University as the Assistant Professor. Currently Dr. Gong is working as the 'ZJU 100 Talents' Professor in College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Zhejiang University. His research interests includes: concrete durability; thermodynamics, poromechanics and micromechanics for porous material; computational modeling; Life time assessment, etc. Dr. Gong has been selected as the JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) Research Fellow (2014 - 2016), and visiting scholar in Princeton University (2012). In the last 5 years, Dr. Gong has published over 50 international journal and conference papers, of which 19 journal paper are indexed by SCI. He has also been awarded the 'Best Three Papers' from Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology in 2013, Japan Concrete Institute (JCI) Award in 2014, and Achievement Award for Young Engineers by fib (The International Federation for Structural Concrete) in 2017. Currently, Dr. Gong serves as the Associate Editor of Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology.

  • Professor Dong-Won Jung
    Jeju National University, South Korea
    Investigation of Metal Forming Operations

    Professor Dong-Won Jung works in School of Mechancial Engineering. He has rich experience in metal forming field. He is a professional reviewer of plenty Journals, such as KSME (Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers), KSPE (Korean Society for Precision Engineering), KSTP(Korean Society for Technology of Plasticity), KSAE(Korean Society for Automobile Engineers), Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, Journal of Korea Society for Power System Engineering, the Korean Journal of CAE, etc. He also has lot of publications and academic conference experiences.

  • Assoc. Prof. Aidah Jumahat
    Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
    Influence of nanofillers on mechanical properties of natural fibre composites

    Jumahat A is an Professor of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Malaysia. She has been giving lectures on Composite Materials, Finite Element Method, Mechanics of Materials, Manufacturing Processes, Engineering Design and Advanced Materials, which happens to be her areas of research interest, since 2001. She also currently serves as Director of Community of Research for Frontier Materials and Industrial Applications at the Deputy Vice Chancellor Office UiTM since 2016. She received her MSc degree (2002) and B.Eng. (Hons.) degree in Mechanical and Materials Engineering (1999) from the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. She received her Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Sheffield United Kingdom in 2011. She has published more than 200 technical papers in journals, chapters in book and conference proceedings locally and internationally in materials and mechanical engineering research areas.

  • Prof. Koshiro Mizobe
    University of Toyama, Japan
    Effect of surface hardening methods (IH and FIH) on the various types of rolling contact fatigue (ball-shaft and ball-plate)

    Koshiro Mizobe is an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Toyama, Japan. He has published over 50 papers in various research fields including: evaluation of stress intensity factors, repeated heating, homology evaluation of microstructure, and polymer bearings. Koshiro studied mechanical engineering at Kyushu University, Japan, graduating in 2013. He studied the repeated quenching refinement method of high-carbon chromium steels in his PhD course. For this work he received the Research Fellowship for Young Scientists in 2013-2014 from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science as well as Top Young Researcher Award in 2012 from Kyushu University. Since 2015 he has been an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Toyama. He has won some best paper awards from international committees (ICMDME, CMPSE and ICMTM) and received some grants (25th ISIJ research promotion grant from the Iron and Steel Institute of Japan and research promotion grant from JKA). His current research topics with a brief explanation are as follows. Repeated heating method Martensitic high-carbon high-strength bearing steel is one of the main alloys used for rolling contact applications where high wear resistance is required. Refining the prior austenite grain size through repeated heating is a process commonly used to enhance the material’s strength. He studied the effect of repeated heating on the microstructure near inclusions through the rolling bending fatigue tests. Development of hybrid polymer bearings Koshiro is focusing on polymer bearings because it is suitable for the no lubricant situation and the corrosive situations. In particular, he focuses on PEEK which is a tough semi-crystalline thermoplastic polymer and PTFE which has low friction coefficient. Now, he develops the combination of PEEK races-PTFE retainer bearings.

  • Dr. Takahiro Matsueda
    University of Toyama, Japan
    Non-destructive detection of microcracks in flexible solar cell using AE and thermography

    Takahiro Matsueda is an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Toyama, Japan. He has investigated evaluation of fatigue strength of steel, stress intensity factors of microcrack, nondestructive testing and evaluation of material strength such as solar cell, ceramics and polymer. Takahiro Matsueda graduated from mechanical engineering at Kyushu University, Japan, in 2014. He majored in evaluation method of fatigue strength with notched steel in a PhD course. He was an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Tokyo Metropolitan University from 2015 to 2019. He has been an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Toyama from 2020. He has also won awards for research from international committees (ICSMMS, ICMEMSCE and ICMTM). Brief introductions of current research topics are as follows. Nondestructive evaluation of materials using AE and LT techniques Takahiro Matsueda’s research aims to reveal the mechanisms of microcrack initiation and accumulation, and their contribution to the electrical degradation during fatigue fracture. He detected and identified microcrack initiation using the acoustic emission (AE) and Lock-in thermography (LT) techniques. The electrical degradation of solar cell was evaluated by monitoring electrical power calculated from Current-Voltage (I-V) curve. Furthermore, microdamage contributing to the electrical degradation were identified by Lock-in thermography (LT). He proposed the method to evaluate microcrack initiation using the AE, LT and I-V curve. Prediction method of fatigue limit in metal materials Takahiro Matsueda is studying the new prediction method based on fracture mechanics for safely design. In particular, he focuses on improvement of the method to define the fatigue crack shape and propagating during fatigue test.