The advanced metallic materials team is led by Prof. Huiyuan Wang (Chinese Chief Scientist) and Prof. Ivasyshyn Orest (Foreign Chief Scientist).
In order to solve the problems of high cost, low dosage and poor formability of Titanium and Titanium alloys, the advanced metallic materials research team adopts the powder metallurgy preparation technology and devotes themselves to the research of Titanium and Titanium alloys in the fields of aerospace, automobile and biomedicine. Our research directions include the preparation of low-cost, high-performance Titanium and Titanium alloys by powder metallurgy; the preparation of high-performance Titanium alloy fasteners by powder metallurgy; the thermomechanical processing of large-size Titanium alloy aviation components. The goals of our team are to reduce the production cost of Titanium and Titanium alloys, to develop Titanium alloy powder for conventional powder metallurgy and 3D printing, to promote the applications of powder metallurgy and near net-shape manufacturing technology of Titanium alloy in the fields of aerospace, automobile and biomedicine.
Solid state physics, metal physics, powder metallurgy, Computational physics