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Professor Jianqiao Ye PhD, CEng, FIMechE


Jianqiao Ye


Tel: +44 1524 592377



Jianqiao Ye is a Professor and the Chair of Mechanical Engineering at Lancaster University.

His research covers a broad range of both academic and industrial interests, including: nonlinear eigenvalue problems; optimization of laminated composite aircraft wing panels, three dimensional modelling of laminated composites materials, failure and damage assessment and damage tolerance of fibre reinforced composites, progressive collapse, fire resistance and performance based design of lightweight steel structures, steel-concrete composite structures, underground coal gasification and CO2 storage, multiscale modelling of fibre reinforced composites and biological tissues.

Jianqiao has collaborative research with a number of top research institutes around the world, such as NPL, Manchester University, Stanford University and Australian National University. His contributions to industrial applications of composite materials and structures are also internationally recognised. There is considerable interest in his work in several leading companies, including Airbus, QinetiQ, BAE Systems, Dunlop and ITASCA. He is currently a Principal Investigator of two EPSRC sponsored projects, respectively, on multiscale modelling of human atria during fibrillation and Multiphysics modelling and optimisation of Persistant Green Air Vehicles (PERGAVE) for an increased Energy Harvest (EH) capacity.

Jianqiao has published three books and over 150 referred papers on international journals and conferences proceedings. He has been a regular reviewer, an editorial board member/editor of many international conferences and a number of refereed journals. He is also a member of the ASCE Stability Committee and an Industrial Advisor to the IMechE.

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