TOPIC Nanomanufacturing Technologies For Optic Components And Mechanical Characterisation Methods For Nanostructures 
AREA Microelectronic Technologies & Devices  
SPEAKER Professor Han Huang, Australia Future Fellow, Head, Nanomechanics and Nanomanufacturing Group,School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering, The University of Queensland (UQ)  
DATE 1 September 2015, Tuesday 
TIME 10am to 11am 
VENUE Seminar room E5-02-32, Engineering Blk E5, Faculty of Engineering, NUS 
FEES No Charge 

In the past decade the Nanomechanics and Nanomanufacturing Group at The University of Queensland (UQ) have been developing the manufacturing technologies for optic and energy products and the mechanical characterisation methodologies for nanostructures. In the first part of this seminar, the development of grinding technologies for fabricating aspheric lenses will be introduced and the material removal mechanism involved will be discussed. In the second part, the innovative methods for characterising the mechanical properties of nanostructures will be presented and the breakthrough materials science discovered will be addressed. 

Han Huang is a Professor of mechanical engineering at The University of Queensland. His research areas are mainly concerned with nanomanufacturing and mechanical characterization of nanostructured and biological materials. Prof. Huang published over 180 refereed international journal papers, leading to citation times of over 2,700 and h-index of 29. He received a number of prestigious research accolades, including Australia Research Council Future Fellowship, Australia Research Fellowship, JSPS Invitation Fellowship and Queensland International Fellowship, and also won the Singapore National Technology Award. He has editorial roles in a number of international journals and is a fellow of International Society of Nanomanufacturing. 


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