Professor Yang received a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University at West Lafayette, IN, USA as well as M.S. and B.S. degrees from Hanyang University in Korea.
Before joining OSU in 2008, he acquired 11 years of industrial experience with ArvinMeritor technical center, IBM Korea, and KIA Motors R&D Center. Much of his work focused on vehicle structure design/optimization, vehicle NVH test
and development, CAD/CAM/CAE, and engineering consulting on design methodologies. Designing new vehicle structures, he registered many patents and utility model patents in the USA, Europe, Japan, and Korea. He also received an “Innovation
and Achievement Award” from ArvinMeritor, Inc., a "Best Paper Award" from the International Symposium on Advanced Material and Mechanical Application, an "Outstanding Presenter Award" from the International Symposium
on Green Manufacturing and Applications.
He has performed research and published in the areas of mechanical system analysis and design, noise and vibration, experimental sensitivity analysis, structural dynamics/health monitoring, diagnostics and prognostics of mechanical system,
design optimization, biomechanics, and protective device/structure.
Dr. Yang currently teaches or has teaching interest in Engineering Graphics, Industrial Computer-Aided Design, Advanced Mechanical Design, Vibration and Acoustics, Dynamics, Experimental Structural Dynamics, and Automotive engineering.
Professor Aaron Alexander joined the MET faculty in 2012 after spending more than a decade in industry. He obtained his B.S. in Engineering from Messiah College in 1999. After earning an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University, he
worked as an Acoustical Engineer creating silencer designs for gas turbine duct work. He would later work as a Manager of Research and Development.
Professor Alexander is currently teaching the Basic Instrumentation, Applied Fluid Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, and Senior Design classes.
His interests include wind energy, noise control, CFD, general fluids, and helping his wife raise their two kids.
Richard A. Beier is a professor in mechanical engineering technology. He received a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, as well as B.S. and M.S. degrees from Kansas State University, all in mechanical engineering. Early in his career
he taught within the School of Engineering Technology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Prior to coming to OSU in 2000, he acquired 18 years of industrial experience with Conoco Inc., the DuPont Company, and Factory Mutual Research
at locations in Oklahoma, Delaware, New Mexico, Texas, and Massachusetts. While at Conoco he worked as a reservoir engineer in research, technical service, and operational positions. Much of his worked focused on describing the flow of natural
gas and oil through heterogeneous rocks. While a member of DuPont's process engineering group, he applied heat transfer principles in designing of a wide variety of equipment in the chemical processing industry. His contributions at Factory
Mutual Research were in the area of fire research.
He has performed research and published in the areas of petroleum reservoir engineering, radiation heat transfer, convection heat transfer, fire research, combustion, ground-source heat pumps, building cooling loads, and applications of
Professor Beier currently teaches Thermal Fluids Lab (MET 4463), Basic Basic Thermodynamics (MET 3343), and Heat Transfer (MET 4433).
Professor Chang received his B.S. degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Hankuk Aviation College in South Korea, M.S. degree in Production Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, and Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering
from Oklahoma State University. Before joining the Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology in 2000, he taught at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Oklahoma State University for six years. Professor Chang was
affiliated with Web Handling Research Center at Oklahoma State University as research staff for thirteen years. His prior work experience was with the Ship Research Station of Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials, and Korea Atomic Energy
Research Institute. His research areas include vibration of nuclear fuel rods, flow-induced vibration of heat exchangers and ocean structures, flutter of thin films, air-flotation and guidance of thin films and glass, and protective gears and
Dr. Chang teaches MET 3003 Dynamics, MET 2313 Fundamentals of Hydraulic Fluid Power, MET 3413 Fundamentals of Pneumatic Fluid Power, and MET 4313 Electrohydraulic and Motion Control.
His personal interests and activities include shooting sports and serving on committees and organizations that promote the welfare of international students.
Warren Lewis started his career at OSU in 2001 after working seven years in industry. He held positions at The Charles Machine Works (Ditch Witch) and Central Machine and Tool.
Warren earned a Master's degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology from University of Southern Mississippi in 1994. He is a 1991 alumni of the Mechanical Engineering Technology program at Oklahoma State University, and was awarded
an Associate's degree from OSU-Okmulgee in 1989.
Ph.D. Materials Science & Engineering, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, USA, Dec 2013 M.S. Mechanical Engineering Technology, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, USA, Dec 2008 B.E. Production Engineering, University of Mumbai, Mumbai,
India, May 2005 Diploma Production Engineering, Fr. Agnel Technical College, Bandra, Mumbai, India, May 2002
Assistant Director, Industrial Assessment Center at Oklahoma State University. May 2017 - Present Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Oklahoma State University, Jan 2015 – Present Adjunct Assistant Professor, Industrial
Engineering and Management, May 2017 – Present Adjunct Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Jan 2016 – Present Graduate Faculty, Full member, Engineering Technology Division, Jan 2015 – Present Summer Fellow
- 2016 Office of Naval Research (ONR) Summer Faculty Research Program (SFRP) at Naval Surface Warfare Center – Corona Division (Norco, CA), 10 Weeks, May 31 to August 5, 2016. Postdoctoral Research Associate, Rochester Institute of Technology,
Nov 2014 – Dec 2014 Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of North Texas, Jan 2014 – Oct 2014 Research Assistant, Materials Science & Engineering, University of North Texas, Jan 2010 – Dec 201
Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing): Metal, Polymers, Advance Polymers, Composites (CNT, Graphene, etc.). Advanced (smart/ cyber) manufacturing and Energy management to improve energy efficiency (reduced energy, cost, throughput) for small to
medium-sized manufacturer. Laser aided additive and subtractive manufacturing and characterization of advanced high-performance materials with emphasis on establishing processing-structure-property relationship. Measurement Science of Additive
manufacturing: Real-time in-situ dimensional and property (temperature, thermal stresses, Young’s Modulus) measurement of advance material. Multiphysics finite-element modeling (FEM) and simulations of advance manufacturing processes with
emphasizing on materials aspects. Laser Processing of Materials: Machining, Welding, Sintering, Rapid Prototyping, Micro-manufacturing, Polishing, Forming, Texturing, Scribing, Laser for arts, Laser-matter interaction. Surface Engineering via
additive manufacturing: Metal, Advanced Ceramic-, Composite-, and Amorphous- Alloying/Coatings Biomaterials Process and Product Development, Characterization, and Mechanical/Bio-properties Surface modification and heat treatment: using conventional
methods, Induction heating, and Laser Teaching
GENT 1153: Engineering Graphics - Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 MET 3113: Basic Instrumentation - Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 MET 4203 or MAE 4010: Finite Element Methods - Spring 2017, Summer 2017 Pending Course Approval–MET
4173: Additive Manufacturing Processes: Principles & Applications Graduate Courses Co-Teacher: MSE 5223: Additive Manufacturing: Materials, Methods & Applications, Spring 2016. Main teacher – Ranji Vaidyanathan, Material Science
Engineering Dept., CEAT, OSU. Pending Course Approval–MET 5173: Additive Manufacturing Processes: Principles & Applications Certificate Courses Course Development: Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing – Practical Approach (Course
Approval Pending). Awards and Achievements Summer Fellow - 2016 ONR Summer Faculty Research Program at Naval Surface Warfare Center – Corona Division (Norco, CA), Mentor: Dr. Subrata Sanyal, May to August 2016. Technical Guest Advisor on
feature July 2016 issue of JOM - The Journal of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) on “Surface Engineering via Additive Manufacturing” Volume 68, Issue 7, July 2016, ISSN: 1047-4838 (Print) 1543-1851 (Online). Symposia
Organizer - Additive Manufacturing for Surface Engineering of Materials, Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2016 (MS&T’16), Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Inclusion in the Marquis’s Who’s Who in America
2015-69th Edition, 2015 Major Affiliations and Other Activities Vice-Chairperson, The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) - Surface Engineering Committee - Materials Processing & Manufacturing Division (MPMD), 2016 – Present
Member, The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) - Additive Manufacturing Bridge Committee, 2016 – Present Technical program committee member – American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) -ASEE Midwest 2016, Present
Faculty Co-Advisor, OSU-MET Student Chapter, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 2016 Member, Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), 2015 - Present Member, Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE),
Present Member, American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), 2015 – Present Member, Material Advantage (TMS, ACerS, ASM, AIST), 2010 - Present Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 2014-Present PUBLICATIONS 27+
Journal articles + 7 Conference proceedings + 2 Magazine article + 1 research report Total citations: 321, h-index: 11, i10-index: 14, (http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=C1rNl1IAAAAJ), updated on Sept 5, 2017