lecturer at Nanyang Institute of Technology, China
, Dr. Jisen Yan an PhD at Northeastern University, School ofMetallurgy, China, stands as a distinguished academic and researcher in the domain of Materials Science. Dr. Jisen Yan, Nanyang Institute of Technology lecturer, holds a Non-Ferrous Metallurgy doctorate from Northeastern University. His expertise includes clean metallurgy, ultrapure powder preparation, and extensive research contributions.
Education and Professional Journey:
Dr. Jisen Yan, a lecturer at Nanyang Institute of Technology, holds a doctorate in Non-Ferrous Metallurgy from Northeastern University, following a master’s degree in the same field. He completed his undergraduate studies in Metallurgical Engineering at Henan University of Science and Technology. Joining Nanyang Institute of Technology in 2022, Dr. Yan’s research interests encompass clean metallurgy, ultrapure powder preparation, and the recycling of secondary resources. He lectures on Metallurgical Transmission Principles, Die Casting Forming Process, and Mould Design. Dr. Yan has contributed to textbooks like “Self-spreading Metallurgy” and “Principles of Chemical Industry.” Over the past five years, he actively participated in national-level projects, authored numerous papers in reputable journals, and holds three national invention patents.
Dr. Yan’s academic journey reflects a dedication to advancing metallurgical knowledge. His master’s research focused on the multi-stage deep reduction method for Ti6Al4V alloy powder preparation. During his doctoral studies, he introduced the innovative “one-step calcium thermal self-propagation” process, addressing temperature control challenges in self-propagation reactions during the preparation of Ti6Al4V alloy powders. Dr. Yan’s significant contributions include completing three research projects, publishing in renowned journals, securing a patent portfolio, and leading a research conference. His cumulative impact factor over the last three years is 14.5, and he has an H-index of 2. Dr. Yan’s research activities have attracted a total project funding of $720,000. Notably, he received an award for his outstanding contributions. Dr. Yan’s commitment to academic excellence and impactful research underscores his role as a dynamic educator and researcher in the field of Non-Ferrous Metallurgy.
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Publications: 2 documents indexed in Scopus.
In situ synthesis and regulation of spherical Ti6Al4V powder by calciothermic self-propagating metallurgy. published date: December 2023
published date: March 2022