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  • Name:Associate Prof. Dr. Shoujiang Qu
  • Phone:+86-18621570321
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Shoujiang Qu is an associate Professor of Materials Scicene in Tongji University, China. He received the B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees from the Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, in 1997, 2001 and 2005, respectively. He then worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the postdoctoral research center on mechanics, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China. He then worked as an associate professor at, Institute of composite materials, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China. His current research intersts were as follows:
 Isothermal forging of magnesium, titanium alloy, Ti2AlNb-based alloy and titanium aluminide intermetallic alloys;
 Phase transformation of Ti2AlNb-based, TiAl-based alloy, and 3D printing titanium-based alloy by using in-situ TEM/HREM, synchrotron X-ray diffraction, neutron diffraction and the first principles;
 Microstructural evolution and mechanical properties of metal matrix composites.
 Nickel-based superalloy; Thermal barrier coating

Research Experience:

Jun 2013 – present Research Experience
Tongji University, School of Materials Science and Engineering Shanghai, China
Jul 2005 – Jun 2013 Associate professor
Harbin Institute of Technology, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Harbin, Heilongjiang, China
Jan 2004 – Nov 2007 PostDoc Position
Harbin Institute of Technology, Postdoctoral researh center on mechanics, Harbin, Heilongjiang, China


Sep 1997 – Dec 2003 Harbin Institute of Technology
Doctor of Engineering; Master of Engineering, Metal matrix composites Harbin, Heilongjiang, China
Sep 1993 – Jul 1997 Harbin Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Engineering, Metal matrix composites, Harbin, China


The national natural science foundation of China (NSFC) (Grant No. 51871168): High-temperature oxidation mechanisms of a TiAl-based allooy under the dynamic atmosphere.
Isothermal forging of magnesium, titanium alloy, Ti2AlNb-based alloy and titanium aluminide intermetallic alloys;
Study on application of light weight Ti2AlNb-based alloy

Current Courses:

Metal forming principle: PHD students
Fundamentals of materials science: undergraduate students



[1]X.R. Guan, Q. Chen, S.J. Qu*, G.J. Cao, H. Wang*, A.H. Feng, D.L. Chen*. Adiabatic shear instability in a titanium alloy: Extreme deformation-induced phase transformation, nanotwinning and grain refinement. J. Mater. Sci. Technol. 150 (2023) 104-113.
[2]Z.J. Yu, Z. Chen, D.D. Qu, S.J. Qu, H. Wang*, F. Zhao, C.Q. Zhang, A.H. Feng, D.L. Chen*. Microstructure and electrochemical behavior of a 3D-printed Ti-6Al-4V alloy. Materials. 15 (2022) 4473.
[3]C. Li, J.L. Sun, A.H. Feng*, H. Wang, X.Y. Zhang, C.Q. Zhang, F. Zhao, G.J. Cao, S.J. Qu, D.L. Chen*. Active slip mode analysis of an additively manufactured Ti-6Al-4V alloy via in-grain misorientation axis distribution. Metals. 12 (2022) 532.
[4]J. Chen, Q. Chen, S.J. Qu*, H.P. Xiang, C. Wang, J.B. Gao, A.H. Feng, D.L. Chen*. Oxidation mechanisms of an intermetallic alloy at high temperatures. Scripta Materialia. 199 (2021) 113852.
[5]Y.L. Zhang, Z. Chen, S.J. Qu*, A.H. Feng, G.B. Mi, J. Shen, X. Huang, D.L. Chen*. Multiple a sub-variants and anisotropic mechanical properties of an additively-manufactured Ti-6Al-4V alloy, J. Mater. Sci. Technol. 70 (2021) 113-124.
[6]Y.L. Zhang, Z. Chen, S.J. Qu*, A.H. Feng, G.B. Mi, J. Shen, X. Huang, D.L. Chen*. Cyclic deformation behavior of a 3D-printed Ti-6Al-4V alloy. J. Alloys Compd. 825 (2020) 153971.
[7]Y.L. Zhang, A.H. Feng*, S.J. Qu, J. Shen, D.L. Chen*. Microstructure and low cycle fatigue of a Ti2AlNb-based lightweight alloy. J. Mater. Sci. Technol. 44, (2020) 140-147.
[8]Z.G. Zhang, S.J. Qu*, G.R. Cui*, A.H. Feng, J. Shen, D.L. Chen*. A new mechanism of dynamic phase transformations in an isothermal forged beta-gamma intermetallic alloy. Materials. 12 (2019) 2787.
[9]G.D. Wu, G.R. Cui, S.J. Qu*, A.H. Feng, G.J. Cao, B.H. Ge, H.P. Xiang, J. Shen, D.L. Chen*. High-temperature oxidation mechanisms of nano-/submicro-scale lamellar structures in an intermetallic alloy. Scripta Materialia. 171 (2019) 102-107.
[10]C.K. Yan, G.R. Cui*, S.J. Qu, A.H. Feng, J. Shen, D.L. Chen. Static recrystallization of pure titanium after cryo-deformation. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. IOP pubishing, 1270 (2019) 012040.
[11]K. Zhu, S.J. Qu, A.H. Feng*, J.L. Sun, J. Shen. Microstructural evolution and refinement mechanism of a beta-gamma TiAl-based alloy during multidirectional isothermal forging. Materials. 12 (2019) 2496.
[12]Y.J. Wu, A.H. Feng*, S.J. Qu, X. Hu, J. Shen. Macro-microscopic field evolution of Ti6Al4V alloy during isothermal upsetting based on deform platform. Materials Research Express. 6 (2019) 056505.
[13]Z.X. Zhang, S.J. Qu*, A.H. Feng, X. Hu, J. Shen. Microstructural mechanisms during multidirectional isothermal forging of as-cast Ti-6Al-4V alloy with an initial lamellar microstructure. J. Alloys Compd. 713 (2019) 277-287.
[14]S.J. Qu, A.H. Feng*, M.R. Shagiev, H. Xie, B.B. Li, J. Shen. Superplastic behavior of the fine-grained Ti-21Al-18Nb-1Mo-2V-0.3Si intermetallic alloy. Letters on Materilals. 8 (4s), (2018) 567-571.
[15]J.M. Xiang, G.B. Mi, S.J. Qu*, X. Huang, Z. Chen, A.H. Feng, J. Shen, D.L. Chen**. Thermodynamic and microstructural study of Ti2AlNb oxides at 800oC. Scientific Reports. 8 (2018) 1276.
[16]K. Zhu, S.J. Qu, A.H. Feng, J.L. Sun, J. Shen*. Evolution of the microstructure and lamellar orientation of a beta-solidifying gamma-TiAl-based alloy during hot compression. Metals. 8 (2018) 445.
[17]C.K. Yan, A.H. Feng*, S.J. Qu, J.L. Sun, J. Shen. Hot deformation and grain refinement mechanisms of commercially pure titanium processed via three-directional cryo-compression. Mater. Sci. Eng. A 731 (2018) 266-277.
[18]C.K. Yan, A.H. Feng*, S.J. Qu, G.J. Cao, J.L. Sun, J. Shen, D.L. Chen**. Dynamic recrystallization of titanium: Effect of pre-activated twinning at cryogenic temperature. Acta Mater. 154 (2018) 311-324.
[19]Z.X. Zhang, S.J. Qu, A.H. Feng, X. Hu, J. Shen*. The low strain rate response of as-cast Ti-6Al-4V alloy with an initial coarse lamellar structure. Metals. 8 (2018) 270-1-13.
[20]S.J. Qu*, S.Q. Tang, A.H. Feng, C. Feng, J. Shen, D.L. Chen**. Microstructural evolution and high-temperature oxidation mechanisms of a titanium aluminide based alloy. Acta Mater. 148 (2018) 300-310.
[21]S.Q. Tang, S.J. Qu, A.H. Feng, C. Feng, J. Shen*, D.L. Chen**. Core-multishell globular oxidation in a new TiAlNbCr alloy at high temperatures. Scientific Reports. 7 (2017) 3483.
[22]Z.X. Zhang, S.J. Qu*, A.H. Feng, J. Shen, D.L. Chen*. Hot deformation behavior of Ti-6Al-4V alloy: Effect of initial microstructure. J. Alloys Compd. 718 (2017) 170-181.
[23]Z.X. Zhang, S.J. Qu*, A.H. Feng, J. Shen. Achieving grain refinement and enhanced mechanical properties in Ti-6Al-4V alloy produced by multidirectional isothermal forging. Mater. Sci. Eng. A 692 (2017) 127-138.
[24]S.J. Qu*, A.H. Feng, L. Geng, Z.Y. Ma, J.C. Han. DSC analysis of liquid volume fraction and compressive behavior of the semi-solid Si3N4w/Al-Si composite. Scripta Mater. 56 (2007) 951-954.
[25]S.J. Qu, L. Geng, J.C. Han, SiCp/Al composites fabricated by modified squeeze casting technique, J. Mater. Sci. Technol. 23(5) (2007) 641-644
[26]S.J. Qu, J.C. Han, S.H. Meng. Compressive deformation behavior of the ferritic oxide dispersion strengthened alloys at elevated temperatures, Asian Pacific Conference on Fracture and Strength ’06, Sanya, Hainan Island, China, 2006.11
[27]S. Chen, S.J. Qu, J. Liang, J.C. Han. Sintering and microstructure evolution of columnar nickel-based superalloy sheets prepared by EB-PVD. J. Alloys Compd., 507(1) (2009) 146-150

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