|Dr. Wong Chee How is currently an Assistant Professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering since May 2008. Prior to that, he was a Senior Research Fellow in Data Storage Institute, A*Star, working in the area of head-disk interface, in particular, thermal actuated flying height control slider. He received his Bachelor degree in Manufacturing Engineering from University of Birminham, United Kingdom, and Master and Ph.D. degrees from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore respectively.|
- 3D Printing for connectors
- Investigation of mechanical properties and behavior of water-filled CNT submerged in flowing water
- Molecular dynamics simulation of head-disk interface in energy assisted magnetic recording
- Molecular dynamics simulations of lubricant characterization and new lubricant development for heat assisted magnetic recording (HAMR)
- 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, 69, 115429.