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Daolun Chen

Title:

 Professor

Education:

10/1993 - Dr.rer.nat., Chemistry, University of Vienna, Austria
09/1989 - Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of
                Sciences
M.Sc. - Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northeastern University, China
B.Sc. - Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northeastern University, China

Office:

EPH-340B

Telephone:

x6487

Email Address:

dchen@ryerson.ca

Biography:

09/2006-Present - Ryerson Research Chair, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Ryerson University
09/2008-Present - Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Ryerson University
09/2004-08/2008 - Associate Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Ryerson University
08/2001-08/2004 - Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Ryerson University
08/2000-08/2001 - Materials and Process Engineer, Bristol Aerospace Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba
08/1997-08/2000 - Research Associate, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, 
                               University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
02/1995-08/1997 - Senior Research Scientist, Institute for Physical Chemistry, University of Vienna, Austria
10/1993-02/1995 - Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Physical Chemistry, University of Vienna, Austria

Research Interests:

Advanced materials (nano-and bio-materials, composites, etc) and critical engineering materials (e.g., magnesium alloys, superalloys, P/M materials): mechanical properties, fatigue, fracture, deformation, physical metallurgy, phase transformation, microstructural characterization, materials processing, welding, brazing, failure analysis and life prediction.

Current Courses:

Undergraduate Courses
MTL200 (Materials Science Fundamentals)
MTL300 (Materials Science II)

Graduate Courses
ME8122 (Mechanical Behaviour of Engineering Materials)
ME8135 (Directed Studies)
025.737: Modern Research Techniques (part - University of Manitoba)

Professional Affiliations:

Associate Editor, Canadian Metallurical Quarterly
Member of Executive Editorial Board, Journal of Materials Science & Technology
Member of Editorial Advisory Board, International Journal of Fatigue
Member of Editorial Board,Research Letters in Materials Science 
Member, Review Panel of Early Researcher Award (ERA), Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation
Reviewer, five granting agencies (NSERC, CFI, US-NSF, MRI, OCE)
Member, ASM-International, MRS, TMS, CIM, CASI, PEO