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Academic Biography

Prof. Li's impressive academic journey began with a first-class bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), followed by a PhD from the National University of Singapore (NUS). He has since spent over five years conducting groundbreaking research at prestigious institutions such as NUS, The University of Sydney, and The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Prof. Li's exceptional talent and research prowess have earned him numerous international awards, including the IMechE Chartered Engineer 2019 from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the International Exchange Award 2018 from the Royal Society, and Two Best Paper Awards at the 5th and 6th International Conferences on Computational Methods (ICCM2014 and ICCM2015, respectively). Most notably, Dr. Li has been honored with prestigious awards recognizing his exceptional research contributions, including the highly esteemed APACM Award for Young Investigators in Computational Mechanics in 2019 and the International Computational Method Young Investigator Award presented at the 10th International Conference on Computational Methods (ICCM2019). These accolades are a testament to Prof. Li's outstanding accomplishments and leadership in the field of computational mechanics. As a Professor at Teesside University, Prof. Li was a finalist for the Outstanding Teaching Award in 2021 and won the Fantastic Feedback Award in 2022, recognizing his excellence in providing students with feedback. Additionally, he achieved the status of Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA) in 2020.

Summary of Research Interests

Prof. Li is a highly accomplished researcher who has made significant contributions to various fields, including computational mechanics, advanced engineering materials and structures, artificial intelligence, biomechanics, topology optimization, acoustic analysis, and battery modeling. He has developed novel numerical methods in fluid dynamics and solid mechanics and contributed to the field of structural health monitoring, demonstrating his versatility and expertise across a range of areas.

Prof. Li's research achievements are truly exceptional, as evidenced by his outstanding publication record of over 120 peer-reviewed journal papers in top-tier journals, including Computer methods in Applied mechanics and Engineering, Journal of Computational Physics, Composite Part B, Composite Structures, and Composite Science and Technology. In addition, he holds several editorial positions, including Associate Editor for IEEE Access, Editorial Board for Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, and Associate Editor for the International Journal of Computational Methods and the Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics. Prof. Li is also a regular reviewer for over 70 journals, highlighting his extensive contributions to the peer-review process.

Prof. Li is a highly sought-after expert, regularly delivering keynote talks at prestigious international conferences such as ECCOMAS Congress 2022 in Oslo Norway, ICCM 2019 in Singapore, ICCM 2018 in Rome Italy, and WCCM 2016 in Seoul Korea. He has also served as a session chairman and international scientific advisory committee member for international conferences, further demonstrating his leadership and impact in the academic community. Prof. Li's exceptional research is supported by prestigious organizations such as the Royal Society, UK Innovation, Royal Academy of Engineering, and Leverhulme Trust, highlighting the significance and impact of his contributions in the field.

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