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Prof Jeong Yoon

Position: Professor of Applied Mechanics
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Science Engineering & Built Environment
Department: School of Engineering
Campus: Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
Phone: +61 3 52273425 +61 3 52273425
Email: j.yoon@deakin.edu.au

Biography

Biography summary

Prof. Jeong Whan Yoon is currently Professor of Applied Mechanics (Head of Advanced Manufacturing) at Deakin University, Australia. Before he joined Deakin, he led AusAMRC (Australian Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing) at Swinburne University as Research Director from 2010 to 2013. AusAMRC, which opened in November 2009, is part of 12 global networks of collaborating Boeing-engaged research centers around the world. His research focus is mainly on mechanics of the lightweight materials including aluminum, Mg & Ti, and composite. He has published over 180 technical papers for international journals and conferences (over 2,200 Citations; H-index of 25). He received “2008 International Journal of Plasticity Award” for outstanding contributions in the field of plasticity. He has been serving as an “Editorial-Board” member for International Journal of Plasticity since 2008. As guest editors, he edited three special issues at Int. J. Plasticity and one issue at Int. J. Solids & Structures. He also has diverse industry experiences including LG Electronics (Korea) for product development, MSC Software Corporation (USA) for MSC. Nastran & Marc source code development and Alcoa Technical Center (USA) for leading the development of constitutive models for various aluminum applications. He served as the chairman of NUMISHEET2014 conference which is the most important conference in the field of sheet metal forming modeling and simulation. He received his PhD at KAIST in 1997.


Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, 1997


Affiliations

July 2013  –     present    Professor of Applied Mechanics, Deakin University, Australia

Apr. 2010  – June 2013    Professor of Advanced Manufacturing, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Nov 2003  –  Mar 2010      Sr. Staff Scientist, Development and Implementation of Advanced Material Models, Alcoa, Alcoa Technical Center, PA, USA

Feb 2001 –   Oct 2003       Lead Developer, Solver Development for General Purpose Nonlinear Commercial Software, Marc Development Group, MSC Software Corporation, CA, USA

April 1998 –  Feb 2001     Senior Research Engineer, New Products Development, LG Production Engineering Research Center, LG Electronics, Korea

(Adjunct Appointment)

Jan 2002  – present     High Merit Scientist & Invited Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Aveiro, Portugal

July 2013  -  present      Adjunct Professor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia


Professional activities

Service in International Advisory (or Editorial Boards) :

• Editorial Board for International Journal of Plasticity (2008- present)
• Editorial Board for Computer Methods in Materials Science (2013- present)
• Scientific Board for ESAFORM (European Society of Forming) (2006- 2010)

Synergistic Activities:

• Chairman, NUMISHEET 2014 International Conference (Melbourne, Australia)
• Associate Chair, PLASTICITY 2013 (Nassau, Bahamas)
• Co-Chairman, NUMISHEET 2005 International Conference (Detroit, USA)-in Co-editor of the Conference Proceedings
• International Organizing Committee, Plasticity Symposium (03, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09,10,11,12,13);
• International Scientific Committee, NUMIFORM 2007 (Porto, Portugal), 2010 (Pohang, Korea), 2013 (Senyang, China) / ICTP 2008 (Kyungju, Korea), 2011 (Ahen, Germany), 2014 (Nagoya, Japan) / NUMISHEET 2008 (Interlaken, Swiss), 2011 (Seoul, Korea)

Lecture

• 2013, Plenary Lecture at ESAFROM 2013 (Aveiro, Portugal)
• 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, Keynote Lectures at PLASTICITY Conferences
• 2008, Keynote Lectures at NUMISHEET2008 & ICTP 2008 Conferences (Switzerland, Korea)
• 2003, Plenary Lecture for MSC Software User's Conference (Jeju, Korea)

Academic

Subjects and units currently teaching

* HES 6128: Advanced Metal Forming, Swinburne University of Technology (2011, 2012, 2013)

* HES 6219 : Nonlinear Finite Element Method for Structures and Materials, SUT (2012)

* ME 8012: Fracture Mechanics, Dept. of Mechanical Eng., Univ. of Aveiro, Portugal (2007)


Awards

Awards and prizes

• 2008, International Journal of Plasticity Medal : Given to an individual for a significant contribution over the last five years to the field of plasticity

• 2006, The Sigma Xi Best Paper Award (Alcoa Chapter)

• 2002, Outstanding Researcher Award from MSC Software Corporation (USA)


Research

Research interests

* Metal and Composite Forming & Formability
* Constitutive Modeling
* Fatigue Crack Growth & Fracture
* High Speed Fracture (Ballistic and Blast)
* Materials Characterization Methods
* Structural Analysis for Instability
* Multiscale Modeling
* Machining
* Process & Product Developments
* Design and Manufacturing


Publications

Publications

Publication Summary :

Total Citations from Refereed l Journals (as of Apri. 1, 2014): 2,250

H index from SCOPUS lists: 25

183 publications (3 Book Chapters, 85 journal papers in International Journals, 5 journals guest-editor, 2 proceeding editor, 87 in International Conferences)
 

Guest Editor

J.W. Yoon, Advances in Metal Forming: Experiments, Constitutive Models & Simulations, Int. J. Plasticity, Vol.23, No.3 (2007)

J.W. Yoon, T.B. Stoughton, Exploring new horizons of metal forming, Int. J. Plasticity, Vol.25, No.9 (2009)

J.W. Yoon, A. Misra., Conventional and Emerging materials: In honor of Akhtar S Khan, Int. J. Plasticity, Vol.27, No.10 (2011)

F. Barlat, S. Kyriakides and J.W. Yoon, New challenges in mechanics & materials for sheet metal forming, Int. J. Solids & Structures,Vol.49, No.25 (2012)

J.W. Yoon, T.B. Stoughton, In Honor of R.H. Wagoner, Int, J. Plasticity, Vol.45, No.1-2 (2013)

Top 10 Most Cited Papers

1. J.W. Yoon, D.Y. Yang, K. Chung and F. Barlat, “A general elasto-plastic finite element formulation based on incremental deformation theory for planar anisotropy and its application to sheet metal forming”, Int. J. of Plasticity, Vol.15, No.1, pp.35-68 (1999). Cited “49”
2. J.W. Yoon, D.Y. Yang and K. Chung, “Elasto-plastic finite element method based on incremental deformation theory and continuum based shell elements for planar anisotropic sheet materials”, Comput. Methods in Appl. Mech. & Eng., Vol.174, Nos.1-2, pp.23-56 (1999). Cited “75”
3. S.H. Park, J.W. Yoon, D,Y, Yang and Y.H. Kim, “Optimum blank design in sheet metal forming by the deformation path iteration method”, Int. J. of Mech. Sci, Vol.41, pp.1217-1232 (1999). Cited “52”
4. J.W. Yoon, F. Barlat, K. Chung, F. Pourboghrat and D.Y. Yang, “Earing prediction based on asymmetric nonquadratic yield function”, Int. J. of Plasticity, Vol.16, No.9, pp.1105-1129 (2000). Cited “62”
5. F. Barlat, J.C. Brem, J.W. Yoon, K. Chung, R.E. Dick, D.J. Lege, F. Pourboghrat, S.-H. Choi, E. Chu, “Plane Stress Yield Function For Aluminum alloy Sheet- Part I : Theory”, Int. J. Plasticity, Vol. 19, No.9, pp. 1297-1319 (2003): : Cited "340"
6. J.W. Yoon, F. Barlat. R.E. Dick, “Plane Stress Yield Function For Aluminum alloy Sheet- Part II : FE formulation and its implementation, ”, Int. J. Plasticity, Vol. 20, No.9, pp. 495-522 (2004) : Cited "85"
7. T.B. Stoughton and J.W. Yoon, “A pressure-sensitive yield criterion under a non-associative flow rule for sheet metal forming”, Int. J. of Plasticity, Vol. 20, No.9, pp. 705-731 (2004): Cited "56"
8. F. Barlat, H. Aretz, J.W.Yoon, M.E. Karabin, J.C. Brem and R.E. Dick, “Linear transformation based anisotropic yield function”, Int. J. Plasticity, Vol. 21, 1009-1039 (2005). Cited "167"
9. J.W. Yoon, F. Barlat, R.E. Dick and M.E. Karabin, “Prediction of six or eight ears in a drawn cup based on a new anisotropic yield function”, Int. J. Plasticity, Vol.22, pp.174-193 (2006) : Cited "81"
10. F. Barlat, J.W. Yoon, O. Cazacu, “On Linear Transformation of Stress Tensors for the Description of Plastic Anisotropy”, Int. J. Plasticity, Vol.23, pp.876-896 (2007). Cited "53"


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