Hi there, my name is Jun Wang

Research Fellow in Additive Manufacturing

I am a new research fellow at the Welding Engineering and Laser Processing Centre, Cranfield University. I achieved my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in material processing engineering in China and then conducted my doctoral research in metal Additive Manufacturing at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Ever since I graduated with a Ph.D. degree in May 2020, I continued to do postdoctoral research on additive manufacturing and flash butt welding there for one year. I have been a principal investigator of a collaborative industrial welding project from 2020-2021 and a co-investigator in the Australia Research Council Training Centre for Advanced Technologies in Rail Track Infrastructure (ARC ITTC-Rail) from 2018-2021.

My research focus includes investigating the correlations between process monitoring, microstructural evolution, and properties improvements of metallic alloys that are in-situ fabricated by arc additive manufacturing methods through qualitative and quantitative analysis on defects, grain morphology, crystal orientation, precipitate, dislocation, etc.



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