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Prof. Pei-Hsing Huang | Mechanical Engineering Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Pei-Hsing Huang, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Prof. Pei-Hsing Huang is an accomplished educator and researcher in mechanical engineering, specializing in laser technology and additive manufacturing. With a Ph.D. from National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan, and extensive training in precision systems, he has held professorial roles at prestigious institutions including NYUST and NPUST. Beyond teaching, Prof. Huang actively contributes to professional societies, standard committees, and editorial boards of renowned journals. His expertise spans from theoretical modeling to practical applications, evident in his consultancy roles and numerous speaking engagements. Passionate about shaping the future of engineering, he continues to inspire students and professionals alike. πŸŽ“πŸ”¬βœ¨


Publication Profile


Dr. Pei-Hsing Huang’s research focused on modeling femtosecond pulse laser-induced processes. He pursued his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at National Chung-Hsing University, delving into the analysis of conicity errors. Dr. Huang’s educational journey began at National Yunlin College of Technology and the National Taipei Institute of Technology, where he laid the groundwork for his future endeavors.

Awards and Honors

Dr. Huang’s contributions have been recognized through numerous awards and honors, highlighting his excellence in research, teaching, and academic leadership. Notable accolades include multiple grants from the Ministry of Science and Technology and prestigious lifetime achievement awards.

Research Focus

Dr. Pei-Hsing Huang’s research focuses on various aspects of materials science and engineering, with particular emphasis on computational modeling and experimental verification. His work encompasses areas such as carbon capture, renewable energy systems, casting technology optimization, and nanomaterials behavior. πŸŒ±βš™οΈ His investigations into carbon dioxide adsorption, hydrogen production, and fuel cell efficiency underscore his commitment to sustainable energy solutions. Moreover, his studies on molecular dynamics, defect mechanics in nanowires, and pressure-induced lattice mending demonstrate a deep exploration of fundamental materials properties. Dr. Huang’s diverse research portfolio reflects his dedication to advancing both theoretical understanding and practical applications in materials engineering. πŸ”¬πŸ“ˆ

Publication Top Notes

  1. Computer-aided modeling and experimental verification of optimal gating system design for investment casting of precision rotor πŸ–₯οΈπŸ”¬ (Cited by: 72, Year: 2015)
  2. Adsorption of carbon dioxide onto activated carbon prepared from coconut shells πŸ₯₯πŸ”¬ (Cited by: 70, Year: 2015)
  3. Effects of carbonization parameters of moso-bamboo-based porous charcoal on capturing carbon dioxide πŸŽ‹πŸ”¬ (Cited by: 56, Year: 2014)
  4. Applying small wind turbines and a photovoltaic system to facilitate electrolysis hydrogen production 🌬️🌞 (Cited by: 44, Year: 2016)
  5. A new application of the UltraBattery to hybrid fuel cell vehicles πŸ”‹πŸš— (Cited by: 43, Year: 2016)
  6. Optimal gating system design for investment casting of 17-4PH stainless steel enclosed impeller by numerical simulation and experimental verification πŸ–₯οΈπŸ”¬ (Cited by: 41, Year: 2017)
  7. Molecular dynamics investigation of separation of hydrogen sulfide from acidic gas mixtures inside metal-doped graphite micropores πŸ§ͺπŸ”¬ (Cited by: 32, Year: 2015)
  8. Nucleation and propagation of dislocations during nanopore lattice mending by laser annealing: Modified continuum-atomistic modeling πŸ”¬πŸ” (Cited by: 32, Year: 2008)
  9. Molecular dynamics investigations of liquid–vapor interaction and adsorption of formaldehyde, oxocarbons, and water in graphitic slit pores πŸ’§πŸ”¬ (Cited by: 30, Year: 2014)
  10. The coupled effects of size, shape, and location of vacancy clusters on the structural deformation and mechanical strength of defective nanowires πŸ”πŸ”¬ (Cited by: 28, Year: 2011)
Pei-Hsing Huang | Mechanical Engineering Award | Best Researcher Award

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