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Ni Wang
Dr. Ni Wang

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Wang, Dr. Ni, Assistant Professor
Program/Dept: Applied Engineering and Technology
Degrees, Licensures and Certifications: PhD in Mechanical Engineering, The University of Louisville; Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, The University of Louisville; Bachelor of Engineering, WuHan University of Technology, Wuhan, P.R. China
Research Interests:

Research Interests:

MEMS Design and Fabrication, FEA Modeling for Static and Dynamic Analysis, CFD Simulation, Polymer Viscoelasticity and Aging, Photoelasticity for Glass Stress Analysis   

Publications and Conference Papers:

Guo, Y., Wang, N., Bradshaw, R.D., and Brinson, L.C. “Modeling Mechanical Aging Shift Factors in Glassy Polymers during Nonisothermal Physical Aging. I. Experiments and KAHR-ate Model Prediction,” Journal of Polymer Science, Part B: Polymer Physics, 2009, 47(3), 340-352. 

Wang, N., Alphenaar, B.W., Keynton, R.S., Bradshaw, R.D. “Improvement of Piezoresistive Microcantilever Beams for Gas Detection and Sensing,” Fourth Annual Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine Symposium, September 2011, Louisville, KY. 

Wang, N., Alphenaar, B.W., Keynton, R.S. and Bradshaw, R.D. “Improvement of Piezoresistive Microcantilever Beams for Gas Detection and Sensing,” Society for Experimental Mechanics Annual Conference, June 2010, Indianapolis, IN. 

Guo, Y., Wang, N. and Bradshaw, R.D. “Physical Aging Characterization of PPS near the Glass Transition Temperature,” Society for Experimental Mechanics Annual Conference, June 2009, Albuquerque, NM. 

Guo, Y., Wang, N. and Bradshaw, R.D. “Nonisothermal Physical Aging of Glass Polymers: Experimental Data and KAHR-ate Model Predictions,” 2007 Joint ASME/ASCE/SES Conference on Mechanics and Materials, June 2007, Austin, TX. 

Wang, N., Bradshaw, R.D. (Poster) “Isothermal physical aging characterization for PMMA near the glass transition temperature,” Engineering Expo, March 2007 Louisville. 

Bradshaw, R.D., Guo, Y., Wang, N., Resapu, R.R. “Summary Project Report – Modeling Nonisothermal Physical Aging in Polymers and Polymer Matrix Composites,” report to Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation (KSEF) under grant number KSEF-148-502-05-136, June 12, 2007. 

Bradshaw, R.D., Guo, Y., Wang, N., Resapu, R.R. “Annual Report – Modeling Nonisothermal Physical Aging in Polymers and Polymer Matrix Composites,” report to Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation (KSEF) under grant number KSEF-148-502-05-136, May 1, 2006. 

Scholarly Awards:

Graduate Dean’s Citation, The University of Louisville

Doctoral Dissertation Completion Award, The University of Louisville

1st Place in The American Society Mechanical Engineering (ASME) Louisville Section Student Competition

Grosscurth Engineering Fellowship, The University of Louisville
 

Contact Info:
Morehead State University
Department of Applied Engineering and Technology 
310  Lloyd Cassity Building
Morehead, KY 40351
ni.wang@moreheadstate.edu
Phone: 606.783.2681
Stephen Glossner
Stephen Glossner is a Graduate Assistant in the Department of Applied Engineering and Technology. In December 2012, he earned his BS Degree in Engineering Technology with an option in Construction Management from Morehead State University. He is currently pursuing his MS degree in Engineering and Technology Management. Stephen is a member of the AGC and ABC student organizations at MSU. He is also an active alumnus of the Morehead State University Men’s collegiate bowling team.

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