ReporterXinchun Zhang, Associate Professor, North China Electric Power University

TimeSaturday, August 31, 2019, 2:30 pm

Location502 meeting room of Civil Building

Introduction of the reporterXinchun Zhang, Ph.D., associate professor, master tutor. He graduated from Beijing Jiaotong University in January 2011 with a Ph.D. in engineering mechanics. From April 2014 to April 2015, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Alberta (Canada); January 2011 The Department of Mechanical Engineering of North China Electric Power University has been working until now; in 2018, it was awarded the title of “Three Three Three Talent Project” in Hebei Province. Main research areas: (1) impact dynamics, (2) transmission line engineering. In recent years, he has presided over one National Natural Science Foundation project, two natural science fund projects in Hebei Province, four special fund research projects for central scientific research, four authorized invention patents, five utility model patents, and computer software copyrights. More than 50 papers were published, including 12 SCI search papers and more than 20 EI search papers; published textbooks "Theoretical Mechanics" and "Soil Mechanics and Tower Design", translated "Finite Element Method Programming (Fifth Edition) "1". He has won many honors such as the Outstanding Young Teacher Teaching Support Program of North China Electric Power University, the Teaching Excellence Award of North China Electric Power University, the National Zhou Peiyuan College Students Mechanics Competition and the Excellent Instructor Award of Hebei University Student Mechanics Competition. Currently, he serves as Journal of Sandwich Structures & Materials, Thin-Walled Structures, Composites Part B: Engineering, Acta Mechanica, Science and Engineering of Composite Materials, Explosion and Shock, and Vibration Reviewers of Impact, "Engineering Mechanics", "Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University" and "Journal of Applied Mechanics".

PublisherYin LiuDisaster Prevention Engineering Research Institute