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Rong Ding 535 Harvest Moon Drive Pleasant Grove, UT 84062 Phone: (801) 369-1973 E-mail: rd1392aa2@westpost.

net Summary Over ten years of experience in materials science and mechanical engineering. So lid background and rich experience in experimental research and computer modelin g of metallic materials production and deformation process. Proficient in using the commercial CAD, FEA, and CFD programs SolidWorks, I-DEAS, ABAQUS, and FLUENT to simulate the heat transfer process, microstructural evolution, and mechanica l properties of materials during deformation process. Skilled in developing comp uter modeling and simulation programs in materials science and engineering. Rich experience in new product development and project management. Objective Senior Materials Scientist Education 2002 Ph.D 1990 M.S. a. 1987 B.S. Materials Science, Queen Mary, University of London, U.K. Materials Science, the Central Iron & Steel Research Institute, Chin Metallurgical Engineering, Northeastern University, China.

Professional Experience 2005 - Present Senior Materials Scientist / Project Manager, Fluke Corp., US * Modeling and simulation of the phase transition process of metallic materials using the commercial CAD, FEA, and CFD programs SolidWorks, ABAQUS, and FLUENT. * Developed the triple point of argon system for study of the phase transition p rocess of argon in the low temperature. Computer simulation of the phase transit ion process of argon using SolidWorks and ABAQUS. * Experimental research of the microstructural evolution and the influence on th e mechanical properties of crystalline materials at high temperatures. 2003 - 2005 Postdoctoral Fellow, Argonne National Laboratory, US Finite Element Analysis (FEA) modeling and simulation of the microstructural evo lution and the mechanical properties of metallic materials during deformation pr ocess at high temperatures * Developed a FEA program to simulate the microstructural evolution (grain defor mation and grain growth) and the mechanical properties of polycrystalline materi als during large strain deformation at high temperatures. * Study of the grain-boundary migration and the grain-boundary diffusion during deformation and the influence on the mechanical properties of polycrystalline ma terials. 2002 - 2003 Postdoctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia, Canada FEA modelling of the casting process of aluminum alloy for Toyota CAPTIN Inc. in Canada * Used the FEA program ABAQUS to simulate the temperature variation, the microst ructural evolution, and the formation of microporosity during the casting proces s of aluminum alloy. The model was used at CAPTIN to reduce the formation of mi croporosity during the aluminum alloy wheel casting process at Toyota CAPTIN Inc .

1999 - 2002 Research Assistant, Queen Mary, University of London, UK Experimental research and computer modeling of the forging process of titanium a lloy at high temperatures (for Timet-UK Ltd.) * Developed the computer program to topographically and quantitatively simulate the microstructural evolution of metallic materials during deformation process a t high temperatures and predict the mechanical properties according to the simul ated microstructural evolution results. * Used the commercial FEA program ABAQUS and the CAD program I-DEAS to simulate the microstructural evolution and the mechanical properties of titanium alloy du ring thermomechanical processing. * Experimental research of the microstructural characteristics and mechanical pr operties of titanium alloy under various deformation conditions using SEM-EDS, T EM, and mechanical testing. 1998 - 1999 Research Fellow, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium * Developed the physical model and the computer program for the automatic contro l of the vacuum oxygen decarburization (VOD) stainless steel production process at ALZ Inc. in Belgium. * The program was used to on-line calculate and predict the change of temperatur e and chemical composition of steel and slag in the VOD furnace during stainless steel production. 1990 - 1998 Senior Research Engineer/Group Leader, the Central Iron & Steel Rese arch Institute, China Worked as a senior research engineer and the group leader at CISRI to deve lop the commercial computer control programs for the steel-making industries. * Developed the commercial computer program for the automatic control of the con verter steelmaking process. The program was used to predict the temperature and the chemical variation of steel and slag in the industrial oxygen-blowing steelm aking process in the steel-making factories in China. * Experimental research of the microstructural evolution of metallic materials d uring thermomechanical processing. Skills * Solid background and rich experience in materials science and mechanical engin eering. * Proficient in Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of modeling and simulation of defo rmation processes; Rich experience in the commercial CAD and FEA programs, e.g. SolidWorks, I-DEAS, and ABAQUS. * Rich experience in developing computer programs for the materials science mode ling and simulation. * Skilled in experimental research of the microstructural evolution and mechanic al properties of materials during deformation process. * Rich experience in new product development and management. * Excellent communication and teamwork skills.