2023 2nd International Conference on Applied Mechanics and Engineering Applications (AMEA 2023)
Keynote Speakers


Prof. Zhi Zong, China

School of Shipbuilding Engineering, Dalian University of Technology

Prof Zhi Zong received his Ph D in 1995 from Hiroshima University, Japan in the field of shipbuilding engineering. He then joined Institute of High Performance Computation, Singapore as senior and principle research engineering working in the field of underwater explosion and computational mechanics. In 2004 he joined Dalian University of Technology, China as professor. He once acted as dean, School of Shipbuilding Engineering, and Vice Director, State Ley Lab for Structural Analysis of Industrial Equipment. He served editorial boards of 10 over internal and local journals. He authored over 340 papers, 190 among which are indexed by SCI. He authored 7 monographs, 3 among which are published by Elsevier, CRC and Lambert Academic. Prof. Zong has been active in the research fields of fluid mechanics, computational mechanics and shipbuilding engineering. He discovered splash resistance of trimaran ships, and new forms of solitary waves. He developed variable topological Boundary Element Method for simulating jet formed after bubble collapse, which is widely applied in Underwater explosion. He also refined SPH and Discrete Vortex Method to obtain better simulations of water wave evolution, ship motions in waves, slamming, water-entry, vortex-induced-vibration. He received first and second prizes of Ministry of Education in Science and Technology, prizes from Ocean Engineering Consultation Association.

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Prof. Weiwei Zhang

School of Mechanical Engineering, Dongguan University of Technology

I was graduated from Jinan University with with a Ph.D. The Thesis was entitled Studies on Crack Identification Methodology for Structure Based on Mode Analysis and Stress Wave. After graduating, I went to work at Taiyuan University of Science and Technology. In July 2021, I was transferred to Dongguan University of Technology. I presided over 2 research projects of NSFC: 1) Dynamic response and damage identification method of nonlinear stress wave due to Microscopic defects under moving loads (2012.1-2014.12); Studies on bifurcation theory of nonlinear stress wave due to microscopic defects and its application (2019.1-2022.12), and 2 Natural Science Foundations of Shanxi Province: 1) Research on the propagation of guided Waves in welded Pipes and duffing oscillator identification Method (2012.1-2013.12); Nonlinear mixing characteristics and Application of stress waves induced by defects in rail (2018.12-2020.12). In past, I published 1 monograph entailed Pipe Ultrasonic Guided Wave and Chaos System Inspection Technology, more than 50 academic papers, ant 5 authorized invention patents. (more)

Research Areas: 

① Solid mechanics

② Structure health monitoring

③ Stress wave

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Santhosh Krishna B V

New Horizon College of Engineering

Dr.Santhosh Krishna B V is working as a Associate professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore. He has 10 years of experience in teaching and research. He has authored 9 textbooks in the area of communication and networking. He has published around 14 papers in Scopus/SCI indexed journals and conferences. His area of interest includes Medical Image Processing, Communication Network and Security. 

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Assoc. Prof. Yipin Wan

School of Construction Machinery, Chang′an University

1. Sensor design and load test;

Mainly aiming at the load physical quantities in complex mechanical system, such as tension / pressure, torque, bending moment, etc., according to the force characteristics of the research object, the sensor design under non-standard conditions and the corresponding load physical quantity test are carried out. On this basis, the relevant research on the force characteristics and external load spectrum is carried out.

2. Lightweight materials and structural design;

Based on the review of materials and multidisciplinary optimization, the structural lightweight design is carried out. Comprehensive use of topology optimization, shape optimization, size optimization, free size optimization, hybrid model optimization, etc., to find the optimal force transmission path, determine the optimal structural layout scheme, and realize structural lightweight.

3. Dynamic analysis of complex structure system and transmission system;

It mainly designs fatigue simulation, modal simulation, dynamic characteristic analysis, linear finite element analysis, multi-body dynamics analysis of complex structure and power transmission system.

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Assoc. Prof. Fengming Du

Marine Engineering college of Dalian Maritime University

Fengming Du , Ph.D., is an associate professor and master tutor of Dalian Maritime University. His main research fields are structural mechanics, alloy material preparation, green energy, engine optimization design, etc. He has won the titles of "Hundred Thousand Talents Project" in Liaoning Province, "Dalian Youth Science and Technology Star", "Dalian High-level Talent - Young Talent", and 1 Natural Science Academic Achievement Award in Liaoning Province. He presides 1 key project of Liaoning Provincial Natural Science Foundation, 1 Liaoning Provincial Shipping Joint Fund, 1 General Project of China Postdoctoral Fund, and Dalian High-level Talent Innovation Support Plan Project, and 2 Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, and 1 horizontal project. Participated in the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the pre-research project of the Ministry of Equipment Development, the National Defense Science and Technology Bureau project, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology's high-tech ship project and more than 10 horizontal projects. He has published more than 60 academic papers, more than 50 of which have been retrieved by SCI, and authorized 1 invention patent.

Research Areas: structural mechanics, alloy material preparation, green energy, engine optimization design