Dr. Xian-Xu Bai

Individual Member | Associate Professor at Hefei Univ of Technology
Bai, Xian-Xu
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SPIE Membership: 7.8 years total | 5.8 years voting
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Area of Expertise: Magnetorheological fluids and dampers, Smart Materials and Structures, Shock and vibration control
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Xian-Xu ‘Frank’ Bai received the Ph.D. degree in Instrument Science and Technology from Chongqing University, Chongqing, China, in 2013. He was a Joint Ph.D. student of Chongqing University and University of Maryland, College Park. Dr. Bai is now an Associate Professor with Department of Vehicle Engineering, Hefei University of Technology, Hefei, China. He founded the Laboratory for Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems (LASIS, www.lasiser.com) in 2016. Dr. Bai has authored over 20 journal articles and over 20 conference articles. Dr. Bai was the winner of the ASME SMASIS Conference Best Student Paper Award in Symposium 4 (2010), the Academic Pioneer of Chongqing University of the Year 2010 (2011) and Best Paper Award of Suspension Division of SAE-China (2017). He is an inventor on 16 granted patents, 8 patents pending and 2 PCT US patents. His research interests are focused in two areas: (i) Design, optimization, dynamics, and control of smart structures based on smart materials, including magnetorheological fluids/elastomers, magnetostrictive materials and shape memory alloy, applied to automotive and aerospace systems, and (ii) New mechatronics-based vehicle dynamics and control in emphasis on intelligent/unmanned vehicles.
Currently, Dr. Bai serves as an Associate Editor of Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures. He is also a Committee Member of Adaptive Structures and Materials System Branch of Aerospace Division of ASME and a Technical Committee Member of Suspension Division of SAE of China. He is a peer reviewer of over ten internal journals. He is also a member of ASME (S’09, M’12) and SPIE (M'12).

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