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Assoc Prof Wong Chee How
Associate Dean (Academic), College of Engineering
School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
College of Engineering
- PhD Nanyang Technological University 2005
- MEng Nanyang Technological University 2002
- BEng(MfgEng)(Hons) The University of Birmingham 1999
|Dr. Wong Chee How is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Prior to joining NTU as an Assistant Professor in 2008, he was a Senior Research Fellow in Data Storage Institute, A*Star, working in the area of head-disk interface and actuation controls. He received his Bachelor degree in Manufacturing Engineering from University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, and Master and Ph.D. degrees from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore respectively.|
|Associate Professor Wong Chee How's research interests largely involves numerical work, simulation and modeling. (1) Under the ambit of atomistic simulations, his research interests include investigation of properties of materials at nano-scale. Current research also includes modelling of additive manufacturing processes. (2) Recently, he also picked up interest in exploration of advanced numerical and theoretical framework and associated implementation for asymmetric lift production.|
- NRF Innovation Cluster Programme (ICP) (2015-)
- NRF Innovation Cluster Programme (ICP) (2017-) [by National Research Foundation (NRF)]
- NRF Innovation Cluster Programme (ICP) (2017-2017) [by National Research Foundation (NRF)]
- NRF Medium-Sized Centre (MSC) (2014-)
- NTU Internal Funding - College of Engineering (2016-) [by Nanyang Technological University]
- Nanyang Education Award (2015-) [by Nanyang Technological University]
- Research Collaboration Agreement (2017-) [by ST Dynamics Pte Ltd]
- SLM Solutions@NAMC Joint Lab (2014-) [by Nanyang Technological University, SLM Solutions Group AG]
- Temasek Lab@NTU Seed Project (2016-) [by MINDEF - Defence Science & Technology Agency (DSTA)]
- Development of New Material for 3D Printing
- Development of a 3D Printed Safety Cage Structure for Micro Air Vehicle Construction
- Expert system for additive manufacturing
- Exploratory development of Thrust Vectoring Control (TVC) system
- Multiple Material Additive Manufacturing Platform
- NAMIC@NTU - Programme
- NAMIC@NTU 1
- Nanyang Education Awards 2014
- Process qualification and modelling
- Programme: Aerospace and Defence
- Project ROCOON
- Security Kiosk Modular Design
- Simulation and Modelling of Selective Laser Melting
- K. W. Ng, C. H. Wong, S. H. Leong, Z. M. Yuan, B. Liu, and T. C. Chong. (2008). A method to study the cooling effect of the thermal actuator. Journal of Applied Physics, 103, 07F532.
- B. Liu, S. K. Yu, W. D. Zhou, C. H. Wong, and W. Hua. (2008). Low flying-height slider with high thermal actuation efﬁciency and small flying-height modulation caused by disk waviness. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 44, 145.
- K. M. Liew, C. H. Wong, and M. J. Tan. (2005). Buckling properties of carbon nanotube bundle. Applied Physics Letters, 87, 041901.
- K. M. Liew, X. Q. He, and C. H. Wong. (2004). On the study of elastic and plastic properties of multiwalled carbon nanotubes under axial tension using molecular dynamics simulation. Acta Materialia, 52, 2521-2527.
- K. M. Liew, C. H. Wong, X. Q. He, M. J. Tan, and S. A. Meguid. (2004). Nanomechanics of single and multiwalled carbon nanotubes. Physical Review B (Condensed Matter and Materials Physics), 69, 115429.