An assistant professor and researcher of Center for Adaptive System Engineering (CASE). In 2015, he obtained his Ph.D. in materials engineering at RIS ó National Laboratory in Denmark. Before joining ShanghaiTech University, he worked in the University of Manchester. He has long been engaged in theoretical and Experimental Research on advanced structure characterization and performance control of high performance metal structural materials, mainly involving nickel base superalloys, titanium alloys and steels widely used in aviation, deep sea and nuclear power fields. He has published more than 20 articles in the field of metal materials (including 8 articles in Acta mater). He is now focusing on multi-scale design and characterization of building materials based on 3D printing, and microstructure characterization and performance control of 3D printing high-temperature structural materials for engines and internal combustion engines.