Faculty Profile
 
  PENG Liangming
     
Department: Department of Modern Mechanics
Mailing Address:
Department of Modern Mechanics,University of Science and Technology of China, 443 Huangshan Rd, Hefei, Anhui, PR China
Postal Code:
230026
Phone:
+86-551-63606964
Fax:
+86-551-63606549
Homepage:
http://mech.ustc.edu.cn/szdw/szml/js/201007/t20100701_23920.html
 
       

Research Profile

Peng Liangming, male, born in August 1970, currently works as a professor and doctoral supervisor at the Department of Modern Mechanics, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). Peng obtained his bachelor’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering in 1993 and his Ph.D. in Structural Mechanics in 1998 both from Dalian University of Technology. From October 1998 to October 2002, Peng did his postdoctoral work at Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan, at Japan Fine Ceramics Center and at Pohang University of Science and Technology, ROK successively. In late 2002, Peng was engaged as an associate professor at the Department of Modern Mechanics, USTC and was promoted to full professorship at the end of 2007. Peng was a recipient of the Scholarship of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology in 1998. In 2000, Peng’s research was supported by the Science and Technology Agency (STA) Fellowship Program of Japan. Peng entered the list of candidates of the “New Century Talents Supporting Program” of the Ministry of Education of China in 2007. Peng was also a recipient of the first prize of the USTC “KC Wong Scholarship” Award.
     Prof. Peng is currently presiding over one project and participating in the other both supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Besides, he also is undertaking projects supported by a grant from the “New Century Talents Supporting Program” of the Ministry of Education of China and from the General Armament Department of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. Prof. Peng’s research team has established sound cooperative relationships with a number of research and production units or institutions. So far, Prof. Peng has published over 50 research papers in international academic journals indexed by SCI, with a total of citations by others exceeding more than 100 times. He also serves from time to time as an invited peer reviewer for a number of influential and authoritative journals at home and abroad such as Composites Science and Technology, Journal of Materials Research, Intermetallics, Philosophical Magazine, Materials Research Bulletin, Surface and Coatings Technology, Materials Science and Engineering A, Journal of Materials Science, Eurasian Chemico-Technological Journal, Journal of Materials Science & Technology, etc.
Prof. Peng’s main research directions at present lie in 1) optimal design, preparation and mechanical behavior of advanced structural materials (new multi ceramic and composite materials, C / C composites, ultra-high temperature alloys, amorphous alloys and composite materials, etc.); 2) development and design of new heat sealing materials and heat seal structure; 3) development of new thermoelectric materials and their thermoelectric transport properties; and 4) system design, synthesis and deformation behavior of negative stiffness and negative Poisson's ratio materials.
 
     
Selected Publications
1) Mechanical properties of ceramic-metal composites by pressure infiltration of metal into porous ceramics , Materials Science and Engineering A , 2004 ,
2) Processing and mechanical behavior of laminated titanium-titanium tri-aluminide (Ti-Al3Ti) composites , Materials Science and Engineering A , 2005 ,
3) Synthesis and microstructure characterization of Ti-Al3Ti metal-intermetallic laminate (MIL) composites , Scripta Materialia , 2005 ,
4) High strength and high fracture toughness ceramic-iron aluminide (Fe3Al) composites , Materials Letters , 2006 ,
5) Microstructure, and mechanical properties of in situ TiAl-based multiphase composites , Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A , 2006 ,
6) Synthesis and microstructural characterization of aluminum borate whiskers , Ceramics International , 2006 ,
7) Processing and mechanical properties of multiphase composites based on Mo-Si-Al-C system , Journal of Alloys and Compounds , 2006 ,
8) Fabrication and mechanical properties of microalloyed and ceramic particulate reinforced NiAl-based alloys , Journal of Alloys and Compounds , 2007 ,
9) Preparation and properties of ternary Ti3AlC2 and its composites from Ti-Al-C powder mixtures with ceramic particulates , Journal of the American Ceramic Society , 2007 ,
10) Investigation of multi-phase intermetallic matrix composites (IMC) based on Al-Mo-Zr-Co system , Intermetallics , 2007 ,
11) Multi-phase aluminide-based composites—fabrication, microstructure and properties , Composites Science and Technology , 2007 ,
12) Fabrication and properties of Ti3AlC2 particulates reinforced copper composites , Scripta materialia , 2007 ,
13) Microstructural and mechanical characterization of Nb-based in situ composites from Nb-Si-Ti ternary system , Acta materialia , 2007 ,
14) Ultra-high temperature Mo-Si-B alloys—synthesis, microstructural and mechanical characterization , Materials Letters , 2008 ,
15) Synthesis and mchanical properties of niobium aluminide-based composites , Materials Science and Engineering A , 2008 ,
16) Tensile properties and high temperature creep behavior of micro-alloyed Ti-Ti3Al-Nb alloys by directional solidification , Materials Science and Engineering A , 2010 ,
17) Microstructural and high temperature deformation characterization of Ti-45Al-3Nb-(Cr, Mn, Mo, Sc) alloy , Materials Science and Engineering A , 2010 ,
18) ZrB2/SiC composite parts in oxyacetylenic torch tests: experimental and computational assessment of chemical, thermal and mechanical behavior , Materials Science and Engineering A , 2011 ,
19) Properties of Ti3XC2 (X=Al, Si) with plasma sprayed ZrO2 thermal barrier coatings , Acta Metallurgica Sinica , 2011 ,
20) Solvothermal synthesis and growth mechanism of Ag and Sb co-doped PbTe heterogeneous thermoelectric nanorods and nanocubes , Materials Chemistry and Physics , 2012 ,
21) Effects of surface structure and Ag-Sb nanodots on electronic properties of PbTe (100) facets from first-principles calculations , Scripta materialia , 2012 ,
22) Microstructural Characterization and Mechanical Properties of an Al0.5CoCrFeCuNi High-entropy Alloy in As-cast and Heat-treated/quenched Conditions , Materials Science and Engineering A , 2013 ,
23) Effect of Annealing on Thermoelectric Properties of Eutectic PbTe-Sb2Te3 Composite with Self-assembled Lamellae Structure , Intermetallics , 2013 ,
24) First Principles Investigation of Dual Substitutional Impurity-induced Electronic Structural Modulation of PbTe on Cationic and Anionic Sites , Acta Materialia , 2013 ,
25) Hydrothermal Synthesis of ZrW2O8 Nanorods and its Application in Cu/ZrW2O8 Composites with Controllable Thermal Expansion Coefficients , Materials & Design , 2013 ,
26) Microstructure and Strengthening Mechanism of a Thermomechanically Treated Mg-10Gd-3Y-1Sn-0.5Zr Alloy , Materials Science and Engineering A , 2013 ,
 
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