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Mr Ce Liang
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  • Post Graduate Teaching Assistant
  • Dept of Mechanical Engineering
  • Faculty of Engineering Science

Ce started his PhD in Dr Moazen’s lab at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at UCL since November 2020. He was awarded a UCL-CSC joint research scholarship his PhD research. Ce obtained his MSc degree (Distinction) in Mechanical Engineering from UCL in 2019. He ranked top 5% in the cohort and was nominated for the Dean’s List during the 2018-2019 academic year. Regarding his undergraduate study, he spent 3 years in Nanjing Tech University, China and then moved to the Institute of Technology Tallaght, Ireland for his final year study, achieving a Bachelor of Engineering Degree with First Class Honours in June 2018.

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Research Summary

Ce's research is focused on investigating the biomechanics of craniofacial growth in human at the early stage of life, mainly using geometric morphometric methods and computer modelling techniques (i.e., medical image processing, finite element analysis, etc.). The aim is to advance our understanding of the underlying mechanics of skull development and enable us to optimise the management of sagittal craniosynostosis. He also has a particular interest in the biomechanics of the calcified skin of reptiles (i.e., lizards) and their biomimetic applications.

Teaching Summary

Ce is one of the PGTAs for the following module: 

        MECH0059: Advanced Computer Applications in Engineering 

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