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Yingxiao Song

Lecturer


Dr. Song teaches core engineering courses for mechanical and materials engineering, and is proficient in both experimental and simulation methods. She delivers to students rich experiences in interdisciplinary research projects.


Education and Training


  • PhD, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Mechanical and Materials Engineering
  • MS, Inner Mongolia University of Technology, Hohhot, China, Mechanical Engineering
  • BS, Jilin University, Zhuhai, China, Mechahical Engineering

Research Interests


  • Finite Element Method
  • Ultra-fast Laser Processing
  • Materials Characterization
  • Materials Characterization

Publications


Y. Song (2018). Study of the Femtosecond Laser Processed Surfaces, Imprinting, and Casting for Changing the Wettability of Surfaces (Doctoral dissertation)

Y. Song, A. Tsubaki, C Zuhlke, et al. (2018). Variation of Metal Surface's Wetting Property by Imprinting Femtosecond Laser Surface Processed Micro/nano-structure. Paper presented at Association for Iron and Steel Tech Conference. 

Y. Song, A. Tsubaki, C Zuhlke, et al. Effect of topology and material properties on the imprint quality of the femtosecond-laser-induced surface structures. J Mater Sci. vol.53, no. 5, pp. 3836-3845, 2018.

Y. Song. Finite Element Method with Applications in Engineering (2018). Ontario, Canada: Arcler Education Inc.

Y. Hua, Y. Song, D. Ghate, S. Kedar, J. Hawks, and L. Gu. Lamina Cribrosa Deformation Induced by Elevated Intracranial Pressure. J. Med. Device, vol. 10, no. 3, p. 309-29, 2016

Y. Song, R. Wu. Application of image process technology in diagnosing the fetal brain malformation. Applied Mechanics and Materials. 2013, 342-347


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Courses Taught

ENGR 302 Engineering Dynamics
ME 315 Fluid Mechanics-Lab
ME 420 Introduction of Modeling and Simulation-Lab
ENGR 106 Introduction of Engineering Design and Analysis-Lab
ENGR 296 Fundamental of Manufacturing Processes-Lab
ENGR 220 Engineering Statics

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