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Prof Dr. Jiankang Wang | Material forming | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr. Jiankang Wang, Tianjin University Science and Technology, China

Dr. Wang Jian-kang is an accomplished Chinese engineer and academic specializing in polymer processing and microcellular foaming. Currently an assistant professor at Tianjin University Science and Technology, he holds a Ph.D. from South China University of Technology and has a robust publication record including patents and research papers. His expertise spans plastics extrusion, injection molding, and computational fluid dynamics, with a focus on optimizing manufacturing processes. Recognized for his contributions, Dr. Wang has received several awards, showcasing his excellence in teaching and research. Fluent in English and Chinese, he continues to advance knowledge in materials science and engineering. 🌟


Publication profile


Academic Journey

Dr. Wang Jian-kang, born on December 30, 1978, in Shanxi province, China, currently serves as an assistant professor at Tianjin University Science and Technology. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from Dalian University of Technology in 2000, followed by a master’s and doctoral degree from South China University of Technology in 2004 and 2007, respectively. His doctoral research, supervised by Prof. Huang Han-xiong, focused on designing microcellular injection molding machines and studying cellular morphology influences.

Awards and Recognition 🏆

Dr. Wang has received accolades including “Excellent Teacher” in Zhuhai City and at Zhuhai College of Jilin University. His dedication to innovation and academic rigor underscores his commitment to advancing materials science and technology.

Research Focus

Dr. Wang Jian-kang’s research primarily focuses on advancing the field of microcellular injection molding. His studies delve into optimizing cellular structure and skin layer thickness using innovative equipment, aiming to enhance the performance and characteristics of molded parts. Through experimental investigations and numerical simulations, he explores the effects of variables like nano-particles and blend compositions on foamed materials. Dr. Wang’s work, highlighted in numerous conference papers and journal articles, contributes significantly to understanding nucleation, cell growth dynamics, and the influence of viscoelastic properties in polymer blends. His research underscores a commitment to refining manufacturing processes for improved material properties and applications. 🔬

Publication Top Notes

Equipment development and experimental investigation on the cellular structure of microcellular injection molded parts

Jiankang Wang | Material forming | Best Researcher Award

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