SMSE

Faculty, by Name

Shuguang ZHANG

Shuguang ZHANG

Platform:
Engineering Center of Materials Manufacturing
Title:
Professor
Office:
Room 305, Materials Building B
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Biographical Information

Education

B. E. and Ph. D. both in Metal Forming at University of Science and Technology Beijing (USTB), China, in 1991 and 1996, respectively.   

Employment

12/2009-present      Professor, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China.

7/2005-12/2009       Associate Professor, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China.

9/2001-3/2005        Senior Engineer of Professor level, National Engineering Research Center for Non-ferrous Metal Composites, General Research Institute for Non-ferrous Metals, Beijing, China.

9/1998-8/2001        Senior Engineer, ibid.

6/1997-8/1998    Engineer, ibid.

 

Research Interests

Fundamentals of Materials Processing (Undergraduate student)

 

Selected publications

[1].  R. Dai, S. G. Zhang, X. Guo, J. G. Li. Formation of core-type microstructure in Al-Bi monotectic alloys. Mater. Lett. 65: 322-25 (2011).

[2].  S. G. Zhang, M. X. Xia, G. H. Hu, and J. G. Li, Discrepancy of structural stability against temperature between metallic liquids and their glasses, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 356: 2223-2227 (2010).

[3].  Zhang SG, Xia MX, Meng QG, Li JG. Criteria for design of metallic glasses with desired properties. In: The world of the bulk metallic glasses and their composites, editor: C. Fan, chief editorial consultant: C. T. Liu. Kerala: The Research Signpost. 245-271 (2007).

[4].  Meng QG, Zhang SG, Xia MX, Zhou JK, Li JG. Superheated liquid fragility and thermodynamic refinement for metallic glass-forming ability evaluation, Appl. Phys. Lett., 90: 031910-1-3 (2007).

[5].  Meng QG, Zhang SG, Li JG, Bian XF. Strong liquid behavior of Pr55Ni25Al20 bulk metallic glass. J. Alloy Compd., 431(1-2): 191-194 (2007).

[6].  Xia MX, Zhang SG, Ma CL, Li JG. Evaluation of glass-forming ability for metallic glasses based on order-disorder competition. Appl. Phys. Lett., 89: 091917-1-3 (2006).

[7].  Xia MX, Zhang SG, Ma CL, Li JG. Thermal stability and its prediction of metallic glasses. Appl. Phys. Lett., 88: 261913-1-3 (2006).

[8].  Meng QG, Zhang SG, Li JG, Bian XF. Dilatometric measurements and glass-forming ability in Pr-based bulk metallic glasses, Scr. Mater., 55: 517-521 (2006).