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Mr. WANG Pei

Scientist II


Structural Materials (STR) Department


2 Fusionopolis Way. Innovis, #08-03, Singapore 138634.

Research Details

  • Metal and metal matrix composites fabricated by powder metallurgy and mechanical alloying

  • Metal alloy formulation and fabrication by additive manufacturing and chemical synthesis

  • Magnetic and structural materials for aerospace and automobile applications

  • Structure-microstructure-property relationship of metal and metal composite parts fabricated by additive manufacturing technologies

  • Synthesis of heterometallic crystalline materials, organic and organometallic materials, and nano-sized metal oxides.
  • Design and characterization of functional magnetic materials.
  • Single crystal X-ray structure analysis.
  • Modelling and analysis of molecular magnetism.

  • Current position and past employment history

    • Apr 2018 – Now                Scientist II at Institute of Materials Research and Engineering

    • Nov 2013 – Mar 2018        Scientist I at Institute of Materials Research and Engineering

  • Academic qualifications

    • Ph.D. in Chemistry, National University of Singapore (NUS) funded by NUS Graduate Scholarship (2008-2013)

    • BSc. (1st Class Hons) in Applied Chemistry, National University of Singapore (2004-2008)

  • Research topics and projects

    • Material development for Selective Laser Melting – funded by SERC-A*STAR additive manufacturing programme (member; 2012-2015)

    • Development of high toughness steel using additive manufacturing - funded by SERC Aerospace Consortium – A*STAR (principal investigator; 2018-2020)

    • Accelerated materials development for manufacturing programme – funded by AME domain of Singapore RIE 2020 (co-principal investigator; 2018-2023)

    • Structural metal & alloy programme – funded by AME domain of Singapore RIE 2020 (co-principal investigator; 2019-2024)

  • Ph.D (Chemistry, specialization in functional molecular magnetic materials) in National University of Singapore 2013 (Thesis submitted).
  • B.Sc. (hons, 1st class) in National University of Singapore 2008. Major in Applied Chemistry.
  • 2002/2008 MOE undergraduate scholarship for PRC student
  • 2006/2007 (Semester 2) Dean's list, Faculty of Science, National University of Singapore
  • 2008/2012 NGS Scholarship for Doctor of Philosophy
  • Since 2009, Member of Singapore National Institue of Chemistry, Singapore
    • Raghavan, S., Baicheng Zhang, Pei Wang, Chen-Nan Sun, Mui Ling Sharon Nai, Tao Li, and Jun Wei. Effect of different heat treatments on the microstructure and mechanical properties in selective laser melted INCONEL 718 alloy. Materials and Manufacturing Processes (2017): 1-8.

    • Wang P, Li T, Lim Y-F, Tan CKI, Chi D. Sintering and mechanical properties of mechanically milled Inconel 625 superalloy and its composite reinforced by carbon nanotube. Metal Powder Report. 2016.

    • Zhang B, Bi G, Wang P, Bai J, Chew Y, Nai MS. Microstructure and mechanical properties of Inconel 625/nano-TiB2 composite fabricated by LAAM. Materials & Design. 2016;111:70-9.

    • Wang P, Zhang B, Tan CC, Raghavan S, Lim Y-F, Sun C-N, et al. Microstructural characteristics and mechanical properties of carbon nanotube reinforced Inconel 625 parts fabricated by selective laser melting. Materials & Design. 2016.

    • Raghavan S, Chen-Nan S, Baicheng Z, Jack SW, Wang P, Sharon NML, et al. Mechanical Properties and Microstructures of As Printed and Heat Treated Samples of Selective Laser Melted IN625 Alloy Powder.  MATEC Web of Conferences: EDP Sciences; 2015.

  • Patents held:

    • PCT Application; Singapore Application No. 10201802489U "Metal matrix composite and methods thereof”, Jin Zhao, Pei Wang, Xiaolu Song.

    • PCT Application; Singapore Application No.: 10201802348R “High Performance Soft Magnetic Composites for Applications under Harsh Environment and the Method Thereof”, Pei Wang, Dennis TAN Cheng Cheh, Dongzhi Chi.

    • Singapore Application No.: 10201902252U “A process to produce metals and alloys through electrochemical reduction of metal oxides and its apparatus design”, Pei Wang, Chee Koon Ng, Dennis Cheng Cheh Tan, Vivian Kaixin Lin.

Last updated on : 02 Apr 2019 02:17 PM