Professor Aibing Yu specialises in process metallurgy, obtaining BEng and MEng from Northeastern University, PhD from the University of Wollongong, and DSc from the University of New South Wales. After two years as Postdoc Fellow with CSIRO Division of Mineral and Process Engineering, he was with UNSW as Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, Professor and Scientia Professor. In May 2014, he joined Monash University as Vice-Chancellor’s Professorial Fellow, Vice-Chancellor and President of Monash-Southeast University Joint Research Institute (later changed to Monash Suzhou). He has been Inaugural Director of UNSW Centre for Simulation and Modelling of Particulate Systems, Deputy Director of ARC Centre of Excellence for Functional Nanomaterials, Founding Director of Australia-China Joint Research Centre for Minerals, Metallurgy and Materials, and ARC Research Hub for Computational Particle Technology. Professor Yu is a world-leading scientist in particle/powder technology and process engineering. He has authored/co-authored >900 publications, organised numerous international conferences, attracted ~$75M external funds mainly via various competitive grant schemes (>50 ARC DP/LP/LIEF grants), graduated >30 postdoc fellows, >70 PhD and >20 MEng students. He is Editor-in-Chief, Handbook of Powder Science and Engineering, Executive Editor, Powder Technology and Particuology, while guest-editing for several journals and on the editorial/advisory boards of several journals.
Pro Vice-Chancellor and President