Fuh Ying Hsi Jerry


Fuh Ying Hsi Jerry

1457074246326928.jpg

Education and employment background

PhD in Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), 1992
MS in Manufacturing Engineering, UCLA, 1985

BS in Mechanical Engineering, National Chio-Tung University, Taiwan, 1980

System Engineer (1992-1993), Unigraphics Solutions, Cypress, CA, USA


Professional Membership/Grade

Fellow (2009-), Society of Manufacturing Engineers, USA
Fellow (2008-), American Society of Mechanical Engineers, USA

PE, Manufacturing Engineering (1989-), California Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, USA


E-mail: mpefuhyh@nus.edu.sg


Research Interests 

Biofabrication, Tissue Engineering, Additive Manufacturing
He has worked on additive manufacturing for over 15 years and recently he and his group has developed a novel biofabrication system using the E-jetting technique to generate and orientate micrometer-size fibers, and build engineered meniscal scaffolds with tailored internal 3D microstructure via layer-by-layer fabrication technique, replicating the internal microstructure resembling that of the native meniscus. Due to his work on additive manufacturing and its applications to biomedical engineering, he and his team has won the prestigious engineering achievement award from the Institute of Engineers Singapore in 2007.

f1.png

                                                      Fig.1  Prototype biofabrication system for coating and scaffolding

f2.png

                                                             Fig.2  Bioactive functional-graded multi-material coating


Representative Publications            

1. Sun, J, L Chang, E S Thian, J Li, J Y H Fuh, G S Hong, Y S Wong and W E J Wang, “Bio-inspired organic-inorganic composite coatings for implants via a micro-dispensing technique”, Advanced Materials Research, 500 (2012): 662-672.

2. Chang, L, E S Thina, J Sun, J Y H Fuh, G S Hong, Y S Wong and W E J Wang, “Fabrication of functionally-graded hydroxyapatite/titanium oxide coating via drop-on-demand technique”, Nano LIFE, 2, no. 1 (Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering) (2012):12500091-12500098.

3. Sun*, J, R Yang, K K Tan, J Y H Fuh and Y S Wong, “Performance characterization of drop-on-demand micro-dispensing system with multi-printheads”. MicrosystemTechnologies, 16, no. 12 (2010)


版权所有:新加坡国立大学苏州研究院                         苏ICP备11089404号-2

© Copyright 2012-2015 National University of Singapore Suzhou Research Institute.

Change Password

Go to Upload Application Materials