Researcher biography

Dr Gui Wang's research interests are in titanium alloys and their processing, ultrasonic treatment of light metal, and FEA.

Gui Wang is a senior research fellow at DMTC, school of mechanical and mining engineering.

After obtained his PhD at Tsinghua University in 1994, he spent 6 years at the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics as a post-doctoral research fellow and then an associate professor in 1996 in the research group of near net shape casting technology of aircraft and aero-engine structures and rapid prototyping. He worked for QMI Solution as a research and development engineer when moving to Australia in 2001, senior engineer at advanced moulding Technologies and BoCAR Automotive. He joined UQ in 2008 as a senior research fellow. His primary research activities lie in micro/meso-scale manufacturing, Titanium alloys and processing for both medical and aerospace application, aluminium alloy solidification.