Dr Fangying Wang is an Assistant Professor in Structural Engineering in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Nottingham. She is engaged in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and is working in the Centre for Structural Engineering & Informatics Research Group.
She joined the university in July 2020. Prior to that, she was a postdoctoral research fellow at Nanyang Technological University. She obtained her BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering from Tongji University in 2014. Afterwards, she was awarded the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship to pursue her PhD in Structural Engineering at the University of Hong Kong and obtained the degree in 2018. She was a visiting PhD student at Imperial College London from 2017 to 2018.
Dr Fangying Wang's principal research interests lie in the areas of laboratory testing, numerical modelling and the assessment and development of design rules for high-performance steel and composite steel structures. In particular, her current research focuses on various domains of structural engineering including, but not limited to, local and global stability of stainless steel tubular structures, high strength steel open section structures, and concrete-filled steel tubular structures. She has been leading in research projects on sustainable constructions with green and recycled materials, and structural resilience of steel structures after fire hazards.
Full publication list: https://scholar.google.com.hk/citations?user=MN89KJIAAAAJ&hl=en
Civil & Structural Steel Design Project (CIVE 2041)
Advanced Structural Analysis (CIVE 4097)
Behaviour of non-doubly symmetric S690 high strength steel and S960 ultra-high strength steel angle and channel section structural members.
Assessment of openings on steel tubular structures… read more
- Behaviour of non-doubly symmetric S690 high strength steel and S960 ultra-high strength steel angle and channel section structural members.
- Assessment of openings on steel tubular structures subjected to concentrated loads.
- Post-fire material properties and structural performance of laser-welded stainless steel I section members.
- Structural performance of stainless steel oval hollow section members.
- Structural behaviour and design of concrete-filled double skin stainless steel members.
- Structural performance of a novel concrete-steel composite system - recycled aggregate concrete-filled stainless steel tube (RACFSST)
I welcome enquiries from potential PhD candidates from Home, EU and international countries who are interested in the following research areas:
- Steel-concrete composite structures
- Stainless steel structures
- High strength steel structures
- Fire engineering
- Plate and shell theory
- Composite connections
Scholarship information :http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/studywithus/international-applicants/scholarships-fees-and-finance/scholarships/research-scholarships/research-scholarships.aspx
Please feel free to contact me for more information.