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RENEW INFRASTRUCTURE BY SURFACE ENGINEERING: Toward Energy Harvesting, Infrastructure Protection, and Smart Systems 力學系列學術報告
報??告??人:Prof. Huiming Yin (Columbia University, USA)
時????????間:2019年6月21日(周五)下午4:30-5:30
地????????點:理學院(東區逸夫樓)302
主辦單位:理學院應用力學系
聯系人:高陽
聯系方式:010-62736411

Due to rapid urbanization and population expansion worldwide, addition of new construction in a built environment is not trivial while the existing infrastructure is constantly subjected to increasing demand. Any major disruption, caused by either natural or man-made actions, could have a strong impact on a large part of our nation. Therefore, protection of existing infrastructure, including building, roads, highways, bridges, etc., and enhancement of their performance and lifetime becomes of extreme importance from the viewpoint of security and economy. Inspired by human skin, emerging innovations and technologies are introduced to protect and rejuvenate our aging infrastructure by surface engineering technologies, smart sensing and control, and information management. Specifically, recent advances in energy efficient building, sun powered transportation system, and temperature regulated pavements will be introduced for improved durability and extended lifetime. Multifunctional materials and structures will be developed through physical and virtual experiments. The main approach is to design and develop bioinspired durable, smart skins to protect infrastructure with self-healing, temperature regulation, self-powered sensing and control. The fundamental understanding has been integrated into computer-aided design and manufacture for technology advancement and innovations.  Finally, Dr. Yin will introduce his vision on energy in sustainable infrastructure and share some ongoing research at Columbia University.

Bio - Dr. Huiming Yin received his Bachelor degree from the Hohai University, China, in 1995, Master degree from the Peking University, China, in 1998, and PhD degree from The Iowa University in 2004. Before joining Columbia University in 2008, Dr. Yin was employed by Caltrans as a Civil Engineer in the Transportation Laboratory at Sacramento, California, for two years and by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering for two years. Dr. Yin’s research focuses on the multiphysical and mechanical characterization and modeling of civil engineering materials and their applications in energy efficient infrastructure systems.  He received the NSF CAREER Award in 2010. He founded the Pao Sustainable Engineering and Materials Laboratory, which is located at Poughkeepsie, NY, and serves the Site Director of NSF IUCRC Center for Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems.

 

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