胡楠
发布时间: 2020-03-03

 

职称:教授(博士生导师)

 

博士后招聘启事:胡楠教授“多功能结构课题组”致力于“材料-构件-结构”多尺度一体化设计研究,主要研发基于屈曲型和弯折型结构化材料,并探索开发具有属性可定制、功能可调节的智能结构的可行性。课题组长期招收具有土木、力学、材料及机械等相关专业博士毕业生、加盟课题组开展博士后科研工作。优先考虑具有工程力学、计算力学、建筑材料、智能器件、人工智能、拓扑优化、3D打印等研究背景的申请人。若有意向,请发简历及三篇代表性成果至胡教授邮箱nanhu026@scut.edu.cn取得联系。依托于港珠澳大湾区的发展优势,华南理工大学为博士后提供丰厚的待遇和配套条件,具体招聘启示请参考此链接:https://www2.scut.edu.cn/hr/2019/1016/c4457a340019/page.htm


研究生招生专业:学术博士(结构工程);学术硕士(土木工程);专业硕士(土木水利)


本科科研助理招募:课题组诚邀对结构设计,分析和力学有浓厚兴趣的本科生加入课题组完成助研项目和本科生创新项目等,请发简历至胡教授邮箱nanhu026@scut.edu.cn 取得联系。


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研究方向:新型结构体系、智能结构构件、结构化材料、复合材料与结构、桥梁工程、可持续建筑材料、结构屈曲、结构力学、结构概念设计、结构仿生、结构艺术。

 

胡楠,男,苗族,19852月生,北京人,中共党员200706月毕业于湖南大学土木工程专业,获学士学位;201005月毕业于中南大学桥梁与隧道工程专业,获硕士学位;201010月至20116月在清华大学土木工程系冯鹏教授课题组担任研究助理,从事复合材料结构相关研究工作20118月至20158月就读于美国密歇根州立大学(Michigan State University)土木与环境工程系,分别于20145月和20158月获工程力学硕士学位及土木工程博士学位;各阶段均获得优秀毕业生称号。20158月至20176月在美国达特茅斯学院(Dartmouth College)工程学院完成博士后工作,从事固体力学和智能器件相关研究20179月至201912月,以助理教授身份(tenure-track)美国俄亥俄州立大学(The Ohio State University)开展科研教学工作,主要从事多学科背景下新型结构体系与材料的开发20201至今在华南理工大学从事教学和科研工作,任教授、兴华精英学者

 

胡楠教授一直从事结构设计、分析与力学相关研究:早期科研致力于高速铁路桥梁设计分析理论、纤维复合材料在桥梁设计的应用、桥梁结构体系仿生等方向的研究;海外留学期间主要致力于以屈曲等结构大变形为基础的多尺度智能结构概念设计研究。目前已参与发表期刊论文28篇(其中24篇收录于SCI3篇选为杂志封面,1篇选为封底,1篇选为创刊25年十佳综述文章)、会议17篇、书章节1篇、研究报告1本、软件开发2项。应邀在国际学术会议上作报告十余次SCI他引300+,谷歌引用600+H-index 10;作为骨干,曾参与撰写美国自然科学基金委(NSF)、美国国立卫生研究院(NIH)、美国密歇根交通部(MDOT)、美国航空航天局(NASA)等十多项基金申请;在美助理教授阶段,曾参与及主持科研项目3项、指导研究生5人、指导本科研究助理10余人。先后主讲《结构力学》、《理论力学》、《复合材料力学》等本科生和研究生课程并获得俄亥俄州大教学创新改革奖励计划。

 

胡楠教授从2009年至今担任Advanced MaterialsBioinspiration & BiomimeticsComposite Part B: EngineeringJournal of Bionic EngineeringJournal of Sound and Vibration Journal of Structural EngineeringMaterials & Design24个国际权威SCI期刊特约审稿人;曾获2016年度土木权威期刊 Engineering Structures 2018年度Journal of Bridge Engineering优秀审稿人称号。先后加入美国科学促进会(AAAS)、美国土木工程师协会(ASCE)、美国机械工程师协会(ASME)、世界桥梁工程师协会(IABSS)、世界壳结构工程师协会(IASS)、世界仿生工程协会(IEBE)等多个学术组织的会员。2017年至今担任ASCE结构工程分部(SEI)结构仿生(Bio-inspired Structure)分委会委员,以及工程力学分部(EMI)结构稳定(Stability)分委会委员、结构化材料(Architected Materials)分委会委员

 

Bio: Dr. Nan Hu is currently a full professor of civil engineering at South China University of Technology. A native of Beijing, China, Dr. Hu holds B.Eng. degree (’07) with honor from Hunan University and M.Eng. degree (’10) with high honor from Central South University. His early experience in China focused on understanding the behavior of large-scale infrastructure, particularly on high-speed rail bridges. He spent a year at Tsinghua University as a research associate before moving to the U.S. for graduate school. He earned his M.Sc. in engineering mechanics (’14) and Ph.D. in civil engineering (’15) from Michigan State University, where he developed approaches to control the post-buckling response of cylindrical shells with a focus on energy harvesting. He then worked as a postdoctoral researcher for two years (Aug 2015 to Jun 2017) at Dartmouth College, where he focused on harnessing mechanical instability for adaptive and multifunctional devices. Between Sep 2017 and Dec 2019, he held a tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering at the Ohio State University. His Versatile Structures Lab exploited the design and characterization of modular architected elements to achieve tailorable properties and configurations for developing next-generation adaptive materials, devices and systems in a wide range of length scales. He was promoted to a full professor position at SCUT since January 2020 and is continuing his effort to push the field of architected materials for a variety of applications.

 

代表性成果

[1] Zhang Z, Pusateri S, Xie B and Hu N 2020 Tunable Energy Trapping through Contact-induced Snap-through Buckling in Strips with Programmable Imperfections, Extreme Mechanics Letters (in press)

[2] Ma C, Zhang Z, Luce B, Pusateri S, Xie B, Rafiei M, and Hu N 2020 Accelerated design and characterization of non-uniform cellular materials via a machine-learning based framework, npj Computational Materials (in press)

[3] Zhao Y, Maria Joseph A J J, Zhang Z, Ma C, Gul D, Schellenberg A and Hu N 2020 Deterministic snap-through buckling and energy trapping in axially-loaded notched strips for compliant building blocks Smart Materials and Structures 29 02LT3

[4] Yan B, Ma C, Zhao Y, Hu N and Guo L 2019 Geometrically Enabled Soft Electroactuators via Laser Cutting Advanced Engineering Materials 21 1900664

[5] Wu S, Ze Q, Zhang R, Hu N, Cheng Y, Yang F, and Zhao R 2019 Symmetry-breaking Actuation Mechanism for Soft Robotics and Active Metamaterials ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces Oct 3;11(44):41649-58.

[6] Miao W, Yao Y, Zhang Z, Ma C, Li S, Tang J, Liu H, Liu Z, Wang D, Camburn M A, Fang J-C, Hao R, Fang X, Zheng S, Hu N and Wang X 2019 Micro-/nano-voids guided two-stage film cracking on bioinspired assemblies for high-performance electronics Nature communications 10 3862

[7] Ma C, Zhang D, Zhang Z, Zhang H, Schellenberg A, Gul D, Feng P and Hu N 2019 Exploiting spatial heterogeneity and response characterization in non-uniform architected materials inspired by slime mould growth Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 14 064001

[8] Hu N, Chen D, Wang D, Huang S, Trase I, Grover H M, Yu X, Zhang J X J and Chen Z 2018 Stretchable Kirigami Polyvinylidene Difluoride Thin Films for Energy Harvesting: Design, Analysis, and Performance Physical Review Applied 9 021002

[9] Yu X, Zhang L, Hu N, Grover H.M., Huang S.C., Wang D. and Chen, Z. 2017 Shape Transition in Helical Ribbons Induced by Material Anisotropy, Applied Physics Letters, 110, 091901 (Featured on cover)

[10] Tian Z, Zhang L, Fang Y, Xu B, Tang S, Hu N, An Z, Chen Z, and Mei, Y.F. 2017 Deterministic Self-Rolling of Ultrathin Nanocrystalline Diamond Nanomembranes for 3D Tubular/Helical Architecture, Advanced Materials, 29, 1604572.

[11] Hu N, Han X, Huang S, Grover H M, Yu X, Zhang L N, Trase I, Zhang J X J, Zhang L, Dong L X and Chen Z 2017 Edge effect of strained bilayer nanofilms for tunable multistability and actuation Nanoscale 9 2958-62

[12] Hu N, Burgueño R, Haider S W and Sun Y 2016 Framework for Estimating Bridge-Deck Chloride-Induced Degradation from Local Modeling to Global Asset Assessment Journal of Bridge Engineering 21 06016005

[13] Hu N and Burgueño R 2016 Harnessing Seeded Geometric Imperfection to Design Cylindrical Shells With Tunable Elastic Postbuckling Behavior Journal of Applied Mechanics 84

[14] Hu N and Burgueño R 2015 Buckling-induced smart applications: recent advances and trends Smart Materials and Structures 24 063001

[15] Hu N and Burgueño R 2015 Tailoring the elastic postbuckling response of cylindrical shells: A route for exploiting instabilities in materials and mechanical systems Extreme Mechanics Letters 4 103-10

[16] Yan B, Dai G, and Hu N 2015 Recent development of design and construction of short-span high-speed rail bridges in China. Engineering Structures, 100, 707-717.

[17] Hu N and Burgueño R 2015 Elastic postbuckling response of axially-loaded cylindrical shells with seeded geometric imperfection design Thin-Walled Structures 96 256-68

[18] Hu N, Feng P and Dai G 2014 Structural art: Past, present and future Engineering Structures 79 407-16

[19] Hu N, Dai G-L, Yan B and Liu K 2014 Recent development of design and construction of medium and long span high-speed railway bridges in China Engineering Structures 74 233-41

[20] Hu N, Feng P and Dai G 2013 The Gift from Nature: Bio-Inspired Strategy for Developing Innovative Bridges Journal of Bionic Engineering 10 405-14

更多成果请参见:

ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3536-8414 

ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nan_Hu11 

Google Scholar: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=zCPL0F0AAAAJ&hl=en