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Name: Guo HE

Title: Professor

Office: Room 307, Building F

Tel: +86-21-3420-2643

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Email: ghe@sjtu.edu.cn

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Platform: Welding and Laser Processing Institute

Introduction

Research Interests
Materials in Welding

Biographical Information

Education Background
Ph.D., Materials Science, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China, 1994
M.Sc., Materials Science, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China, 1991
B.Sc., Materials Science, Hefei University of Technology, China, 1983
Professional Experience
Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China (April 2005)
Research Fellow, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba, Japan (May 2003)
Alexander-von-Humboldt Research Fellow, Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden, Germany (June 2001)
Research Fellow, City University of Hong Kong, (October 2000)
Associate Professor, University of Science and Technology Beijing, China (July 1996)

Research Interests

Materials in Welding

Selected Publications

1. P. Liu, Q. Tan, L. Wu, G. He. Compressive and pseudo-elastic hysteresis behavior of entangled titanium wire materials. Mater SciEng A527, 3301-3309 (2010).
2. H. Liu, J. Ni, L. Wu, G. He. Diffusion Bonding of Mismatch Dental Alloys. J Biomed Mater Res Part B: ApplBiomater 93B, 39-50 (2010).
3. G. He, M. Hagiwara, Ti alloy design strategy for biomedical applications, Mater SciEng C 26, 14-19 (2006). Times Cited: 26
4. G. He, M. Hagiwara, Bimodal structured Ti-base alloy with large elasticity and low Young’s modulus, Mater SciEng C. 25, 290-295 (2005). Times Cited: 3
5. G. He, M. Hagiwara, J. Eckert, et al. Inverse deformation-fracture responses between dendrite and matrix in Ti-based nanostructure-dendrite composite. Phil Mag Lett, 84, 365-372 (2004) Times Cited: 21
6. G. He, M. Hagiwara, Ti-Cu-Ni(Fe,Cr,Co)-Sn-Ta(Nb) Alloys with Potential for Biomedical Applications, Mater Trans 45, 1120-1123 (2004). Times Cited: 2
7. G. He, J. Eckert, Q.L. Dai, M.L. Sui, W. L?ser, M. Hagiwara, E. Ma, Nanostructured Ti-based multi-component alloys with potential for biomedical applications, Biomaterials 24, 5115-5120 (2003). Times Cited: 40
8. G. He, J. Eckert, W. Loser, L. Schultz, Novel Ti-base nanostructure-dendrite composite with enhanced plasticity.Nature Materials, 2, 33-37 (2003). Times Cited: 305
9. Z.F. Zhang, G. He, J. Eckert, L. Schultz, Fracture mechanisms in bulk metallic glassy materials.Phys Rev Lett, 91, No. 045505 (2003) Times Cited: 128
10. G. He, J. Eckert, W. Loser, Stability, phase transformation and deformation behavior of Ti-base metallic glass and composites. Acta Mater, 51, 1621-1631 (2003) Times Cited: 70

Research Projects

Honors & Awards


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