PhD in Materials Science, University of Hong Kong, China, 1999
BE in Metallurgy, Northeastern University, Shenyang China, 1994
Dr. Yu Lung Chiu studied Metallurgy for his BE degree at Northeastern University (Shenyang, China) and went on to study for a PhD in Materials Science at the University of Hong Kong (China). He spent a few years doing research and teaching at universities and research institutes in Hong Kong, France, Switzerland and New Zealand before his current employment at the University of Birmingham.
Dr Yu Lung Chiu is interested in supervising doctoral research students in the following two areas:
- Electron Microscopy
- Physical Metallurgy
If you are interested in studying in these areas please contact Dr Chiu using the contact details above.
R. Ding, C. Chung, Y.L. Chiu, P. Lyon, Effect of ECAP on microstructure and mechanical properties of ZE41 magnesium alloy, Materials Science and Engineering A, 527, 3777 – 3784, (2010).
Y.J. Huang, Y.L. Chiu, J. Shen, J. Chen, J.F. Sun, Cooling rate effect of nanomechanical response for a Ti-based bulk metallic glass, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 356, 966 – 970, (2010).
Y.J. Huang, Y.L. Chiu, J. Shen, J. Chen, J.F. Sun, Indentation creep of a Ti-based metallic glass, Journal of Materials Research, 24, 993 – 997. (2010)
Y.J. Huang, Y.L. Chiu, J. Shen, J. Chen, J.F. Sun, Mechanical performance of metallic glasses during nanoscratch tests, Intermetallics, 18, 1056-1061, (2010)