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Dr. Kailu Xiao | Impact Dynamics Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Kailu Xiao, Texas A&M University, United States

Dr. Kailu Xiao is a dynamic materials researcher specializing in polymer mechanics and carbon-based materials. As a Postdoctoral Fellow at Texas A&M University, he investigates the energy dissipation abilities of polymer materials and carbon nanotube films. With a Ph.D. in Engineering of Mechanics from the Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, his expertise spans nanoindentation, molecular dynamics simulations, and impact testing. Dr. Xiao mentors both undergraduate and graduate students, fostering their research skills. Passionate about education, he previously served as a teaching assistant and developed research projects for students, embodying a commitment to academic excellence and mentorship. πŸŽ“

 

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πŸŽ“ Education

Dr. Kailu Xiao earned his Ph.D. in Engineering of Mechanics from the Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, after completing his Bachelor of Engineering at China University of Mining and Technology.

πŸ”¬ Research Experience

Dr. Xiao investigates the dynamical performance and energy dissipation abilities of polymer materials and carbon nanotube films. His research delves into topics such as ion irradiation-induced crosslinked CNT mats, entanglements’ influence on ultrahigh strain rate deformation of Polystyrene micro-spheres, and the energy dissipation ability of CNT-DAP dynamic network composites.

🏫 Teaching Experience

In addition to his research, Dr. Xiao has mentored both undergraduate and graduate students, developed research projects, and served as a teaching assistant for courses in Solid Mechanics, showcasing his commitment to education and mentorship. πŸ“š

 

Research Focus

Dr. Kailu Xiao’s research focus spans the dynamic behavior of materials, with a particular emphasis on understanding their response under high strain rates. πŸš€ His work delves into various aspects, including the impact resistance of carbon nanotube films, the influence of entanglements on deformation behavior, and the performance degradation of thin-film photovoltaic cells under particle impact. Through experimental studies and molecular dynamics simulations, he explores the intricacies of material behavior, shedding light on phenomena such as energy dissipation mechanisms and phase transformations. Dr. Xiao’s interdisciplinary approach contributes to advancements in material science and engineering, driving innovation in dynamic materials research. 🌟

 

Publication Top Notes

πŸ“Experimental study on dynamic compressive behaviour of sandwich panel with shear thickening fluid filled pyramidal lattice truss core
πŸ”— Cited by: 52
πŸ“… Year: 2018

πŸ“ Nanoindentation of thin graphdiyne films: Experiments and molecular dynamics simulation
πŸ”— Cited by: 34
πŸ“… Year: 2019

πŸ“Extraordinary impact resistance of carbon nanotube film with crosslinks under micro-ballistic impact
πŸ”— Cited by: 20
πŸ“… Year: 2021

πŸ“Nanoparticles produced by nanosecond pulse laser ablation of a metallic glass in water
πŸ”— Cited by: 19
πŸ“… Year: 2019

πŸ“ Impact resistance of single-layer metallic glass nanofilms to high-velocity micro-particle penetration
πŸ”— Cited by: 13
πŸ“… Year: 2021

πŸ“ Study on performance degradation and damage modes of thin-film photovoltaic cell subjected to particle impact
πŸ”— Cited by: 13
πŸ“… Year: 2021

πŸ“Nanosecond laser ablation of a metallic glass in water: a high time-resolved imaging study
πŸ”— Cited by: 12
πŸ“… Year: 2020

πŸ“ Geometrical scaling law for laser-induced micro-projectile impact testing
πŸ”— Cited by: 8
πŸ“… Year: 2022

πŸ“ Residual stress analysis of thin film photovoltaic cells subjected to massive micro-particle impact
πŸ”— Cited by: 8
πŸ“… Year: 2020

πŸ“ Temperature-dependent phase transformation of ice-1h under ultrafast uniaxial compression: A molecular dynamics simulation
πŸ”— Cited by: 7
πŸ“… Year: 2019

 

Kailu Xiao | Impact Dynamics Award | Best Researcher Award

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