Professor

Phone: +086-027-87543973

Email: zdhuang@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Computer aided design and manufacturing, engineering analysis and optimization, and manufacturing process planning.

Zhengdong Huang is a professor of mechanical engineering at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST). His research interests include computer graphics, computer-aided design and manufacturing, and engineering analysis and optimization. He obtained his bachelor degree in computational mathematics from Wuhan University, master degree in computer graphics from Zhejiang University and PhD degree in mechanical engineering from HUST. From 1998 to 2002, he had worked as a postdoctor at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. He is an editorial board member of Journal of Computer-Aided Design & Computer Graphics, and the journal of CADDM. His research has been funded by 5 grants from NSFC and 2 from High-Tech. R&D Program of China. He has authored or co-authored more than 70 academic papers, some of which are published on the famous journals of his research area like Computer-Aided Design, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Pattern Recognition, ASME Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering, and ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering.

Academic Degrees

From Sept. 1979 to June 1983 Wuhan University Bachelor of Science

From Sept. 1986 to June 1989 Zhejiang University Master of Science

From Sept. 1993 to June 1997 Huazhong University of Science and Technology Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering

Professional Experience

From June 1983 to Sept. 1986, he worked as a CAE software engineer at the Institute of Computer Applications in Ministry of Ordnance Industry of PRC. Since June 1989, he held a teaching position in mechanical engineering at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST). On leave from HUST, he had ever been a postdoctor at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor from 1998 to 2002.

Selected Publications

(1)Bing-Quan Zuo, Zhengdong Huang, Yan-Wei Wang, Zi-Jun Wu, Isogeometric analysis for CSG models, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 285 (2015) 102–124.

(2)Zi-jun Wu Zhengdong Huang, Qing-hua Liu, Bing-quan Zuo, A local solution approach for adaptive hierarchical refinement in isogeometric analysis, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 283 (2015) 1467–1492.

(3)Songqiao Tao, Zhengdong Huang, Lujie Ma, Shunsheng Guo, Shuting Wang,Youbai Xie, Partial retrieval of CAD models based on local surface region decomposition, Computer-Aided Design, 2013, 45:1239–1252.

(4)Yanwei Wang, Zhengdong Huang, Ying Zheng and Shenggang Zhang, Isogeometric analysis for B-spline compound CAD surfaces, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2013, 261-262:1-15.

(5)Tao Songqiao, Huang Zhengdong, Zuo Bingquan, Peng Yangping, Kang Weirui, Partial retrievlal of CAD models based on the gradient flows in Lie group, Pattern Recognition, 2012, 45(4):1721-1738.

(6)Ma Lujie, Huang Zhengdong, Wang Yanwei, Automatic discovery of common design structures in CAD models, Computers & Graphics, 2010, 34(5):545-555.

(7)Ma Lujie, Huang Zhengdong, Extracting common design patterns from a set of solid models. Computer-Aided Design, 2009, 41: 952-970.

(8)Zhao Ming, Huang Zhengdong, Chen Liping, Multidisciplinary design optimization of tool head for heavy duty CNC vertical turning mill, Engineering Computations, 2008, 25(7): 657-676.

(9)Huang Zhengdong, Xie Bo, Ma Lujie, Wei Xin, Feature conversion based on decomposition and combination of swept volumes, Computer-Aided Design, 2006; 38:857-873.

(10)Huang Zhengdong, Tian Shaopeng and Zhou Ji, Solving CSG equations for checking equivalency between two different geometry models, Computer-Aided Design, 36(10): 975-992, September 2004.

(11)Huang Zhengdong and Derek Yip-Hoi, Parametric modeling of part family machining process plans from independently generated product data sets, ASME Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering, 3(3):231-242, September 2003.

(12)Huang Zhengdong, Derek Yip-Hoi and Zhou Ji, A graph-based approach for capturing the capability envelope of a machining process, ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, 125(2):272-288, 2003.

(13)Huang Zhengdong and Derek Yip-Hoi, High-level machining feature recognition using feature relationship graph. Computer-Aided Design, 34(8):561-582, 2002.

(14)Byung-Kwon Min, Zhengdong Huang, Zbigniew J. Pasek, Derek Yip-Hoi, Forbes Husted, and Stephen Marker, Integration of real-time control simulation to a virtual manufacturing environment, Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Systems, 1(1):68-87, 2002.

(15)Shaopeng Tian, Zhengdong Huang, Liping Chen and Qifu Wang, A Feature-based Approach for Optimal Workpiece Localization and Determination of Feasible Clamping Regions, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2006; 30(1-2):76-86.

(16)Yongfu Chen, Zhengdong Huang, Liping Chen, Parametric Process Planning Based on Feature Parameters of Parts, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2006,28:727~736.

(17)Qiuzhi Song, Zhengdong Huang, Liping Chen, et al., Generating parametric G2 non-four-sided blending surfaces, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 23(7-8): 475 - 488, April 2004.

(18)Derek Yip-Hoi, Debasish Dutta and Zhengdong Huang, A customizable machining feature extraction methodology for turned components, SME Journal of Manufacturing Systems, 22(2):82-98, 2003.

Awards and Honors

(1)Best Ph.D.dissertation award of Hubei province.

(2)High-quality teaching award of HUST, second class.

Courses Taught

(1)Design Methodologies, for undergraduate students.

(2)Numerical Methods, for graduate students.

(3)Engineering Design Optimization, for graduate students.

Centers/Programs

(1)NSFC#51475186: Machining feature recognition technique based on domain decomposition of resource configuration space.

(2)NSFC#61173115: Multi-behavior optimization for hierarchical mechanical systems based on their composite configuration space.

(3)SAST#201208: Contact-state transition analysis and assembling process planning in the virtual environment.

(4)China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) project: Parametric model transform from CAD to CAE.

(5)China Nuclear Power Operation Technology Corporation project: Visualization analysis on the scale of steam generators.

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