Prof. Jian-Ying Wu
Department of Civil Engineering, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou 510641, China.
J. Y. Wu, Professor and Vice Dean of the School of Civil Engineering and Transportation at South China University of Technology; Distinguished Young Scholars of the National Natural Science Foundation of China; Vice Director of the State Key Laboratory of Subtropic Building and City Science, China.
Main research interests: Constitutive Modeling of Engineering Materials, Damage and Fracture Mechanics, Computational Failure Mechanics of Solids and Structures.
Short Bio: Proposed the world-wide first phase-field model (PF-CZM) for cohesive fracture and the BFGS monolithic algorithm for phase-field models; Published over 100 papers in academic journals including Natural Communications, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, and International Journal of Solids and Structures, with more than 4,200 citations; Received several research awards such as the National Natural Science Award, the First Prize of Science and Technology Award in Shanghai, Top 2% of World's Leading Scientists, and Highly Cited Researcher of China. Served as the Associate Editor of Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences and the editorial board member of multiple academic journals including the International Journal for Analytical and Numerical in Geomechanics, Computers, Materials & Continua, etc.