Fusheng Han (Han Fusheng), Male, born in 1955, Ph.D., Professor， Leader of research group for special high damping materials, and associate director of Laboratory of Internal Friction and Defects in Solids, Institute of Solid State physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Research interests include processing of porous metallic materials, characterization of their micro and macrostructures, damping behavior and operative mechanisms. The current studies are focused on the dynamic response and constitutional relationship of the porous materials, the microstructure evolvement and correlated internal friction response in the advanced superalloys, the order and disorder transformation mechanisms in the intermetallics.Graduated from Institute of Solid State physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and got the PhD in condensed physics in 1997. As a project head and coordinator, conducted several projects from NSFC, the local government, CAS as well as the industrial community. In addition, built academic cooperation with institutes and universities both home and abroad. Over 60 papers published and two invention patents authorized in the field. As a visiting scholar, visited The University of Liverpool in year 1999-2000 and 2001-2002 respectively, and obtained a title of Leverhulme Trust Research Fellow. Since 2003, have been invited to be an adviser of the Hefei Work Station of the Headquarters of the General Staff. Six PhD and six graduated students in the group at the present.