Dr Jun Wang

In-situ alloying metallurgy, Additive Manufacturing, Materials Characterization, Mechanical behaviours investigation.
Work position: Research Fellow in Additive Manufacturing
Category: Researchers

I am a Research Fellow at the Welding Engineering and Additive Manufacturing Centre, Cranfield University. I achieved my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Material Processing Engineering in China and then conducted my doctoral research in metal Additive Manufacturing at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Ever since I graduated with a Ph.D. degree in May 2020, I continued to do postdoctoral research on Additive Manufacturing and flash butt welding there for one year. My research focus includes investigating the correlations between process monitoring, microstructural evolution, and properties improvements of metallic alloys that are in-situ fabricated by arc additive manufacturing methods through qualitative and quantitative analysis on defects, grain morphology, crystal orientation, precipitate and dislocation.