I got my BS of Materials Science and Engineering in Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) in 2010. After that, I was recommended for admission to graduate study and then joined successive postgraduate and doctoral programs of study in 2011. In March of 2013, I was funded 24 months by Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC) to come to NU as a visiting student.
In NU, I will focus on the fabrication of magnetic shape memory alloys, in wires, tubes or foams, with large magnetic field-induced strain (MFIS). This basic research is intended to develop a fundamental understanding of how the geometry and grain microstructure enable MFIS in polycrystalline alloys, leading to experimentally-validated models that can quantitatively predict the magnitude of magnetoplastic strain for a given structure.
Also, how the phase evolution/variant reorientation coordinate the strain output under mangetic field will be studied by in-situ high-energy X-ray diffraction.