Qiang Chen

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Dr. CHEN Qiang, Associate Professor

School of Biological Science & Medical Engineering

Southeast University,

Sipailou No. 2, Nanjing, 210096, P.R.China

Cellphone: +86 138 5164 1291

Email: chenq999@gmail.com, cq@seu.edu.cn

Short Biography

CHEN Qiang got his B.S. degree from Xi'an University of Architecture & Technology in 2005 and M.S. degree from Southeast University in 2008 in Civil Engineering, respectively. In 2012, he received his doctor degree in Mechanics in Politecnico di Torino in Italy, and joined the School of Biological Science & Medical Engineering as a Lecturer when he come back to China the same year. In 2014, he was promoted to be an Associate Professor in biomechanics.

Dr. CHEN has a background in applied mechanics. His current research interests focus on the studies of mechanics of bone, cardiovascular materials and superlight biological or bio-inspired materials by theoretical, experimental, and numerical methods. He has authored more than 20 publications in SCI indexed international journals, including Adv Mater, J R Soc Interface, J Mech Behav Biomed Mater, J Biomech, Mater Sci Eng C, Eur J Mech A/Solids etc.

Research

  • Study structure and mechanical properties of bones in different locations, and design suitable scaffold in clinics

  • Investigate the mechanical behaviors of normal and diseased cardiovascular walls, such as arterial walls with atherosclerosis etc., and characterize the diseased walls.

  • Reveal the structural and mechanical properties of biological materials, such as bamboo, luffa sponge etc., and propose biomimetic mechanism for potential novel materials.

Publications

  • Bone and Bone-Scaffold Mechanics

  1. Qiang CHEN, Francesco Baino, Nicola Pugno, Chiara Vitale-Brovarone. Modeling of the strength-porosity relationship in glass-ceramic foam scaffolds for bone repair. J Eur Ceram Soc, 2014, 34, 2663-73.

  2. Shiping Huang, Zhou Chen, Nicola Pugno, Qiang CHEN*, Weifeng Wang*. A novel model for porous scaffold to match the mechanical anisotropy and the hierarchical structure of bone. Mater Lett, 2014, 122, 315-9. (*Co-corresponding authors).

  3. Shiping Huang, Zhiyong Li, Zhou Chen, Qiang CHEN*, Nicola Pugno*. Study on the elastic–plastic behavior of a porous hierarchical bioscaffold used for bone regeneration. Mater Lett, 2014, 112, 43-6. (*Co-corresponding authors).

  4. Qiang CHEN,Francesco Baino, Nicola Pugno, Chiara Vitale-Brovarone. Bonding strength of glass-ceramic trabecular-like coatings to ceramic substrates for prosthetic applications. Mater Sci Eng C, 2013,33, 1530-8.

  5. Qiang CHEN, Shiping Huang. Mechanical properties of a porous bioscaffold with hierarchy. Mater Lett, 2013, 95, 89-92.

  • Cardiovascular Mechanics

  1. Yan Wang, Wanjie Wang, Qiang CHEN*, Zhi-Yong Li. An experimental study on anisotropic mechanical properties of porcine thoracic aorta. J Med Biomech, 2015, Accept. (in Chinese, *Co-corresponding authors).

  2. Yuan Ren , Qiang CHEN, Zhi-Yong Li. A 3D numerical study of the collateral capacity of the circle of Willis with anatomical variation in the posterior circulation. BioMed Eng OnLine, 2015, 14, S11.

  3. Yan Gan, Qiang CHEN, Shijun Zhang, Shenghong Ju and Zhi-Yong Li. MRI-based strain and strain rate analysis of left ventricle: a modified hierarchical transformation model. BioMed Eng OnLine, 2015, 14, S9.

  • Biological and Bio-inspired Materials

  1. Ke Hu, Jianfei Sun, Zhaobin Guo, Peng Wang, Qiang CHEN, Ming Ma, Ning Gu. A novel magnetic hydrogel with aligned magnetic colloidal assemblies showing controllable enhancement of magnetothermal effect in the presence of alternating magnetic field. Adv Mater, 2015, 27, 2507-14.

  2. Qiang CHEN, Quan Shi, Stanislav N. Gorb, Zhiyong Li. A multiscale study on the structural and mechanical properties of the luffa sponge from Luffa cylindrica plant. J Biomech, 2014, 47, 1332-9.

  3. Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno, Kai Zhao, Zhiyong Li.Mechanical properties of a hollow-cylindrical-joint honeycomb. Compos Struct, 2014, 109, 68-74..

  4. Yongtao Sun, Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno. Elastic and transport properties of the tailorable multifunctional hierarchical honeycombs. Compos Struct, 2014, 107, 698-710..

  5. Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno, Zhiyong Li. Influence of surface stress on elastic constants of nanohoneycombs. Physica E. 2013, 53, 217-22.

  6. Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno. Bio-mimetic mechanisms of natural hierarchical materials: A review. J Mech Behav Biomed Mater, 2013, 19, 3-33.

  7. Qiang CHEN, Stanislav Gorb, Elena Gorb, Nicola Pugno. Mechanics of plant fruit hooks. J R Soc Interface, 2013, 10, no. 81, 20120913.

  8. Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno. In-plane elastic properties of hierarchical nano-honeycomb materials: the role of surface effect. Eur J Mech A/Solids, 2013, 37, 248-55.

  9. Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno. Competition between in-plane buckling and bending collapses in nano-honeycombs. Europhys Lett, 2012, 98, 16005.

  10. Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno. In-plane elastic buckling of hierarchical honeycomb materials. Eur J Mech A/Solids, 2012, 34, 120-9.

  11. Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno. Mechanics of hierarchical 3-D nano-foam, Europhys Lett, 2012, 97, 26002.

  12. Baoming Gong, Qiang CHEN, Dongpo Wang. Molecular dynamics study on size-dependent elastic properties of silicon nanoplates, Mater Lett, 2012, 67, 165-8.

  13. Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno. Modeling the elastic anisotropy of woven hierarchical tissues. Compos Part B, 2011, 42, 2030-7.

  14. Qiang CHEN, Nicola Pugno. A parametrical analysis on the elastic anisotropy of woven hierarchical tissues. Adv Eng Mater, 2011, 13, B377-94.

Projects

  1. National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 81401409, 2015/1-2017/12, 230k RMB. (Co-PI)

  2. National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 31300780, 2014/1-2016/12, 230k RMB. (PI)

  3. National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 11272091, 2013/1-2016/12, 900k RMB. (Participant)

  4. National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 31470043, 2015/1-2016/12, 300k RMB.

(Participant)