Isaac Chang

(Former)

Willingness to take PhD students

Yes

PhD projects

Isaac Chang specialises in the field of physical and powder metallurgy, as well as nanoscience and nanotechnology. His research interests range from advanced consolidation and alloy development of commercial micron-sized powders for pore-free engineering components to novel green (eg, precursor-free) synthesis of nanoparticles with well controlled structure and composition, for industrial applications in transport, energy, healthcare, defence and electronic sectors. His specific interests include:

Physical metallurgy of Al-, Mg- Fe- and Ni-based alloys
Powder metallurgy of Al-, Fe- and Ti based alloys
Materials science of nanoparticles and nanopowders
Fabrication of microcomponents
Thermal analysis of phase transformation in alloys