2024 3rd International Conference on Aerospace, Aerodynamics and Mechatronics Engineering (AAME 2024)




Prof. Kaining Wu (IEEE Member)

Harbin Institute of Technology/Mathematics, Weihai

Brief1999-2009, Department of Mathematics, Harbin Institute of Technology, Bachelor -Master- Doctor.

  2006-Prensent, Department of Mathematics, Harbin Institute of Technology, Weihai, Teaching Assistant - lecturer - Associate Professor – Professor

  2010-2011, National Tsing Hua University, Post-doctor

         2016-2017, University of Adelaide, Visiting scholar, CSC

Speech Title: Thermal fault detection of cylindrical lithium-ion battery under Markov switching

Abstract:Thermal fault detecting is crucial for the safety of the lithium-ion battery. This is because thermal fault is the most common fault in batteries, and it may be catastrophic. This study explores a novel fault detection scheme for the cylindrical lithiumion battery. In this scheme, for the modeling simplicity and physical realistic, an electrothermal model is adopted to describe the cell thermal behaviors. Specifically, based on the uncertainties and mode switching, this scheme proposed an interval filter to estimate the surface temperature of cell. Furthermore, upper and lower bounds of surface temperature estimation are established using interval filters and information of uncertainty. In addition, a novel method based on L infinity norm is proposed to measure the effect of uncertainty. Finally, we perform simulation and experimental case studies on the proposed fault detection scheme, verifying the potential of our method in thermal fault detection.

Research AreaTheoretical ananlysis and control of stochastic systems


Prof. Mouquan Shen, Nanjing Tech University, China

Brief: Mouquan Shen received the Ph.D. degree in Control Theory and Control Engineering from the College of Information Science and Engineering, Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, in 2011. From 2012, he was with the College of Electrical Engineering and Control of Science of Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing, China. Since 2018, he has been a full Professor with Nanjing Tech University, China. From 2015 to 2021, he was an visiting scholar with Yeungnam University, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, and The University of Adelaide, respectively. His research interests cover fuzzy systems, iterative learning control, Adaptive dynamic programming, networked control systems, Hybrid systems and so on. He has published over 90 international journal papers and received over 1900 citations with h-index of 24.

He has been served as Editor-in-Chief for Advances in Fuzzy Sets and Systems and Associate Editors for ISA TRANSACTIONS, Proc. IMechE Part I: Journal of Systems and Control Engineering, International Journal of Robotics and Control Systems. He is also an active reviewer for over 70 international journals, such as IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, IEEE Transactions onCybernetics, IEEE Transactions on Systems Man Cybernetics-Systems, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy systems.

Speech Title: TBD


Prof. Zhiyuan Zhu, Southwest University, China

BriefDr. Zhiyuan Zhu, holder of a Ph.D. in Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics, currently serves as a full professor at Southwest University. He holds editorial board positions in PLOS ONE (SCI indexed) and SCIREA Journal of Energy, and is also a committee member, delivering invited and keynote speeches at numerous international conferences. Dr. Zhu is a senior member of both the CSMNT and CIS society.

His academic journey began with a B.S. in Electronic Science and Technology (Microelectronics Technology) from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, followed by a Ph.D. in Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics from Peking University. He further enhanced his research experience as a visiting scholar at the Georgia Institute of Technology from 2013 to 2014.

In 2016, Dr. Zhu joined Zhejiang University as an assistant professor and was awarded the Zhongtian Faculty Fellowship of Ocean College in 2018. His outstanding contributions and achievements led to his promotion as a full professor at Southwest University in September 2019.

Speech Title: Integration  and self-powering technology for silicon PIN radiation detectors

Abstract: The ΔE-E telescope, composed of thin and thick silicon PIN devices, is widely utilized for detecting various types and energies of radiation. To meet the demands for extraterrestrial radiation detection, it is imperative to overcome integration principles and power supply mechanisms while adhering to criteria such as portability, low energy consumption, high reliability, low cost, compactness, and lightweight design.We propose an integrated principle for silicon PIN radiation detectors based on bonding, aiming to reduce package volume and weight, achieve Known Good Die (KGD) bonding, enhance reliability, minimize signal crosstalk, simplify processing, and ensure compatibility with IC fabrication processes.Additionally, we introduce a self-powered mechanism for silicon PIN radiation detectors based on triboelectronic nanogenerators, for harvesting external mechanical energy for powering the silicon PIN devices. This approach aims to lower energy supply costs, prolong battery life, and enhance reliability, particularly in self-powered neutron radiation detection.


Prof. Changjun Chen, Suzhou University, China

Brief: He is now a member of the Additive Manufacturing National Standards Committee, a member of IEEE International Standards Committee, a national major special additive manufacturing and laser manufacturing project review expert, and the Secretary General of the Yangtze River Delta G60 laser Industry Innovation Alliance. Secretary General of Jiangsu Laser Industry Development Strategic Alliance, Deputy director of Surface Engineering Equipment Committee, member of laser Processing Committee of Chinese Optical Society, member of Optoelectronic Technology Committee of Chinese Society of Astronautics, director of Hubei and Wuhan Laser Society, etc. He is currently on the International editorial board of the International Journal of Surface Engineering and Interdisciplinary Materials Science. Editorial board member of the Chinese core journals "Modern Manufacturing Engineering", "Applied Laser" and "Material Protection". He has published over 200 papers in total, with more than 100 academic articles appearing in Sci and Ei journals. Additionally, he has been granted over 30 invention patents. Notably, one of his articles published in the second zone of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) journal received the honor of being a top-cited paper in 2020-2021. Furthermore, in 2016, he was awarded the Best Paper title by the North American Machinery Manufacturing Association, a testament to his outstanding contributions and recognition in the field.

Speech Title: Application of laser Remanufacturing Additive Manufactring on thr Field of Airplane and Gas Turbine

Abstract: The report introduces the characteristics of laser remanufacturing ddditive manufactring technology, the damage charactertistics of the key parts used in airplane and gas turbine . And the application cases in airplane and gas turbine are also intrduced.


Speakers of AAME 2023


Prof. Junhui Hu

(IEEE Senior Member)

State Key Lab of Mechanics and Control of Mechanical Structures/ Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China


Dr. Ian McAndrew

Dean of doctoral programs at Capitol Technology University & finance committee of the Royal Aeronautical Society

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Prof. Bryan J. Lewis

Department of Mechanical and Civil Engineering Brigham Young University - Idaho, USA


Assoc. Prof. Fengnan Guo

Dalian University of Technology, China