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Prof Dr. Jianqiang Zhang, High Temperature corrosion, Best Researcher Award

Doctorate at University of New South Wales, Australia

Prof. Dr. Jianqiang Zhang is a distinguished researcher and academic with a notable background in Materials Science & Engineering. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in 2000, showcasing a strong academic foundation. Prior to his doctoral studies, he completed his Master of Engineering at Zhejiang University, China, in 1987, and a Bachelor of Engineering at Southeast University, China, in 1984.

Throughout his career, Prof. Zhang has held various key positions at UNSW, including roles as a Senior Research Fellow, Research Associate, and currently as a Professor in the School of Materials Science & Engineering. His expertise spans a wide range of materials science topics, and he has contributed significantly to research and academia.

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📚 Education:

  • PhD, University of New South Wales (UNSW), 2000
  • Master of Engineering, Zhejiang University, China, 1987
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Southeast University, China, 1984

Professional Experience:

  • Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering, UNSW, 2019 – Present
  • Associate Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering, UNSW, 2015 – 2019
  • Senior Lecturer, School of Materials Science & Engineering, UNSW, 2012 – 2015
  • Senior Research Fellow, School of Materials Science & Engineering, UNSW, 2009 – 2011
  • Research Fellow, Research Associate, School of Materials Science & Engineering, UNSW, 2003 – 2009
  • Research Fellow, Max-Planck Institute for Iron Research, Germany, 2000 – 2003
  • Visiting Research Fellow, University of Newcastle, 1996
  • Associate Professor, Lecturer, Southeast University, China, 1987 – 1996

Prof. Dr. Jianqiang Zhang is an accomplished academic and researcher with a distinguished career in Materials Science & Engineering. His educational journey includes a PhD from UNSW and prior degrees from esteemed institutions in China. With a wealth of professional experience, he has held various academic and research positions at UNSW, contributing significantly to the field. His international exposure includes a research fellowship at the Max-Planck Institute for Iron Research in Germany. Prof. Zhang’s expertise encompasses a wide range of materials science topics, making him a valuable asset to the academic community.

Honours, Awards, and Memberships:

Prof. Dr. Jianqiang Zhang has garnered prestigious honours and awards throughout his career, underscoring his outstanding contributions to the field of Materials Science & Engineering. His Australian Research Fellowship (ARF) from 2006 to 2010 reflects recognition for his impactful research and academic endeavors. Additionally, being a recipient of the Max-Planck-Society Fellowship in 2002 signifies his international standing in the academic community.

His active memberships in esteemed organizations such as the Australasian Corrosion Association, starting in 2007, and The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) since 2013, showcase his commitment to professional networks and collaborative efforts within the global materials science community.

Prof. Dr. Jianqiang Zhang’s accolades, coupled with his continuous involvement in professional associations, affirm his status as a distinguished figure in the field, contributing significantly to the advancement of materials science and engineering.

Research Interests:

Materials Science & Engineering:

  • Prof. Dr. Jianqiang Zhang likely engages in research related to the development, characterization, and application of advanced materials.

Corrosion Studies:

  • His membership in the Australasian Corrosion Association suggests an interest in corrosion science and engineering, including methods for corrosion prevention and mitigation.

Metallurgy and Alloy Design:

  • Given his association with The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), Prof. Zhang may have research interests in metallurgy, alloy design, and the properties of metallic materials.

Advanced Characterization Techniques:

  • Materials scientists often focus on utilizing advanced characterization techniques, such as electron microscopy, spectroscopy, and diffraction methods, to study material properties at the microscopic and atomic levels.

Surface Engineering:

  • Research related to surface engineering, coatings, and surface modification techniques could be within his scope.

Mechanical Properties of Materials:

  • Investigation into the mechanical behavior, including strength, toughness, and elasticity, of different materials could be an area of interest.

Materials for Specific Applications:

  • Prof. Zhang might be involved in research aimed at developing materials tailored for specific applications, such as in the aerospace, energy, or biomedical industries.

Publications (TOP NOTES):

Jianqiang Zhang | High Temperature corrosion | Best Researcher Award

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