The 2018 Annual Meeting of Chinese Association of Materials Science and Energy Technology in Switzerland
时间/ Time：13:00 – 17:00, Saturday, 08th. Dec. 2018
地点/ Location：ETH HG D 5.2, Rämistrasse 101, 8092 Zürich
Founded as the branch of CASTS (Chinese Association of Science and Technology in Switzerland) in 2013, the Chinese Association of Materials Science and Energy Technology in Switzerland (CAMSTS) has undergone swift developments in recent years. Committed to building an improved communication and collaboration platform for young materials science pioneers globally, we’ve devoted many efforts into developing various scientific campaigns relating to materials science, so that the scientific community gets further elaborated. The 2018Annual Meeting will continue to promote interdisciplinary communications on hot topics of materials science and energy, where you can expect any detailed discussions based on cutting edge science and technology, as well as keynote lectures given by well-known scientists.
联系/ contact ： [email protected]
|12:30 – 13:00
|13:00 – 13:10
|13:10 – 13:30
Dr. -Ing. Jun Qu
Chairman of Chinese Association of Materials Science and Energy Technology in Switzerland
|13:30 – 14:00
Prof. Dr. Peter Niemz
Timber in construction-Trends and perspectives
ETH Zurich, Institute for Building Materials
|14:00 – 14:30
Dr. Chao Li
Engineering support for Swiss National Nuclear Waste Disposal program
INTERA Incorporated (Swiss branch)
|14:30 – 15:00
Dr. Weijia Gong
Hydrogen diffusion in zirconium quantified by neutron imaging
Laboratory for Nuclear Materials, Paul Scherrer Institut
|15:00 – 15:30
Buliding information modellingSiemens Building Technologies
|15:30 – 15:40
|15:40 – 16:30
报告嘉宾简介/ Invited speakers
Prof. Dr. Peter Niemz
Peter Niemz studied wood technology at the TU Dresden and obtained his doctorate there in 1982. For the following 13 years, he worked at the Institute for Wood Technology Dresden and subsequently for 11 years at the TU Dresden. He spent 3 years in Chile on a research visit. He subsequently moved to the ETH Zürich, where he has been active as Professor for Wood Physics for 18 years.
In more than 500 publications – around 300 thereof in reviewed journals – and more than 200 specialist presentations, he has brought experts and his scientific expertise and the results of his research closer together. He was also significantly involved in 10 specialist books, as author or publisher.
Dr. Chao Li
Chao Li has obtained his engineer diploma (bachelor + master) from Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA), France in 2010. He joined, as a research engineer, the Laboratory of Soil Mechanics of Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), where he was mainly involved in coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical modelling with applications for energy-piles, earthquake, landslide and nuclear waste storage. In 2012, he started his phd thesis in the field of geomechanical analysis and modelling of CO2storage and graduated in 2016. He continued as a postdoc and conducted research investigations on coupled geomechanical behaviours of porous medium, with a focus on coupled thermos-hydraulic-mechanical modelling for a wide range of applications, including radioactive waste isolation, CO2sequestration, landslides, structural and design analysis of geo-structures, and analysis of subsidence and uplift in reservoirs.
Now Dr. Chao Li is the geomechanic expert in INTERA Incorporated, Swiss branch. He provides his expertise to support various national cooperatives for the disposal of radioactive waste such as ANDRA, France and Nagra Switzerland. He has published 6 journal papers and another 3 papers in the review process.
Dr. Weijia Gong
Weijia Gong is presently a Post-doctoral fellow in the Laboratory for Nuclear Materials at Paul Scherrer Institut. He obtained his Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Science and Technology Beijing with the thesis title “Waterside corrosion of zirconium nuclear fuel cladding” in 2014, following the Bachelor degree in Materials Processing. After Ph.D., he started working at State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation where researches on new structural materials for AP1000 and CAP1400 nuclear plants were mainly involved. In 2015, he joined PSI via the Marie-Curie COFUND program with focus on zirconium hydride mechanics and neutron imaging.
Dantong is working in CTO Office for Technology, Innovation and Strategy with focus on Building Information Modeling (BIM), Energy Simulation and software prototyping at Siemens Building Technologies.
When she was pursuing her Master’s Degree in Building and Energy Technologies at University of Stuttgart, she focused on HVAC systems, energy efficiency and renewable energy. She has previously collected working experience at Areva NP, Festo, Nemetschek and Siemens CT on BIM, building software, HVAC design & simulation, energy and facility management. Dantong’s expierence widely covered various aspects in Building Industry.