ASSOC PROF YEONG WAI YEE

Assoc/Prof Yeong received her BEng (1st class Hons) and PhD degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from the Nanyang Technological University in 2003 and 2006, respectively. Prior to joining MAE in 2013, she has industrial experiences in technical and supervisory functions in research and development, manufacturing and quality systems. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

New Paper Accepted into International Journal of Bioprinting

December 07, 2020

The paper titled " Fabrication and Characterization of 3D Bioprinted Triple-layered Human Alveolar Lung Models.”

 

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The authors are: Wei Long Ng, Swee Leong Sing, and Wai Yee Yeong

New Paper Accepted into 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing

December 07, 2020

The paper titled " High-Resolution Novel Indirect Bioprinting of Low-Viscosity Cell-Laden Hydrogels via Model-Support Bioink Interaction.”

 

Bioprinting of unmodified soft extracellular matrix into complex 3D structures has remained challenging to fabricate. Herein, we established a novel process for the printing of low-viscosity hydrogel by using a unique support technique to retain the structural integrity of the support structure. We demonstrated that this process of printing could be used for different types of hydrogel, ranging from fast crosslinking gelatin methacrylate to slow crosslinking collagen type I.

 

Link: https://doi.org/10.1089/3dp.2020.0153

The authors are: Edgar Y.S. Tan, Ratima Suntornnond, and Wai Yee Yeong

Project featured as Namic's success story 

December 04, 2020

This project aims to use 3D bioprinting technology to reconstruct the Asian skin model, which closely mimics the biochemical and physiological properties of human skin. The project also aims to develop an Asian skin-on-a-microfluidic plate device to establish a high-throughput screening method, improve productivity and repeatability, and to enable the development of new qualitative measurement protocols.

Link: DEVELOPMENT OF AN ASIAN-SKIN IN A MICROFLUIDIC PLATE FOR SAFETY ASSESSMENT - Namic : Namic

New Paper Accepted into Acta Materialia

December 02, 2020

The paper titled " Resolving the porosity-unmelted inclusion dilemma during in-situ alloying of Ti34Nb via Laser Powder Bed Fusion.”

 

In this paper, we present a mechanism to achieve simultaneous reduction of inclusion content and porosity in in-situ alloyed Ti34Nb samples. Such achievement marks a significant breakthrough in the process optimization of in-situ alloying with LPBF​. A patent based on the study has also been filed – “High Speed Homogenization And Pore Mitigation Strategy For In-Situ Alloying Via Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF)”.

 

Link:  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actamat.2020.116522

The authors are: Sheng Huang, R. Lakshmi Narayan, Joel Heang Kuan Tan, Swee Leong Sing, Wai Yee Yeong

Article recognized as hot paper

November 27, 2020

The article titled Process-Structure-Properties in Polymer Additive Manufacturing via Material Extrusion: A Review published in Critical Reviews in Solid State and Materials Sciences was recognized as a hot paper.

This hot paper was published in the past two years and received enough citation to place it in the top 0.1% of the papers in the academic field.

Link: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10408436.2018.1549977?journalCode=bsms20

More Announcement before Oct 2020

Latest paper accepted for publication in Macromolecular Bioscience

September 28, 2020

The paper titled "Bioprinting of Collagen: Considerations, Potentials and Applications."

Why is it so difficult to print collagen-only bioink? In this article we dived deeper into the issue from a bottom-up approach to find out why bioprinting collagen has shown limited success. Key research areas that would enhance the functionality of bioprinted collagen are highlighted.

Link: https://doi.org/10.1002/mabi.202000280

The authors are:  Jia Min Lee and Wai Yee Yeong

Latest paper accepted for publication in Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures

September 15, 2020

The paper titled "Process-structure-property of Additively Manufactured Continuous Carbon Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic: An Investigation of Mode I Interlaminar Fracture Toughness."

 

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The authors are:  Guo Dong Goh, Vishwesh Dikshit, Jia An, and Wai Yee Yeong

Latest book chapter accepted for publication in ASM Handbook, Volume 24: Additive Manufacturing Processes

September 02, 2020

The book chapter titled "Powder Bed Fusion."

 

DOI: https://doi.org/10.31399/asm.hb.v24.a0006563

The authors are:  Swee Leong Sing and Wai Yee Yeong

NTU Presidential post-doc fellowship awarded to Dr Sing Swee Leong

August 05, 2020

Congratulations to Dr Sing Swee Leong on his NTU Presidential Post-Doc Fellowship 2020 award. He will be able to conduct independent research as a Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow for 2 years.

Research Assistant Professor awarded to Dr Ng Wei Long

July 15, 2020

We are pleased to announce that Dr Ng Wei Long from our HP-NTU Corporate Lab has been awarded the functional title of Research Assistant Professor, under a new NTU research staff scheme. The Research Assistant Professorship (RAP) scheme is targeted at early career researchers in competitive research areas (by nomination only). Wei Long is one of the selected few in this very first batch of awardees.

 

Please join us in congratulating Wei Long on his new title!

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FEATURED PROJECTS

3D Bioprinting

3D Bioprinting

Highly printable novel bio-ink for 3D complex hollow structure

Aerosol jet printing

Melt fiber spinning

3D printed mini Changi airport model

HIGHLY CITED PAPERS

Vat polymerization-based bioprinting—process, materials, applications and regulatory challenges

Effect of solution heat treatment on microstructure and mechanical properties of laser powder bed fusion produced cobalt-28chromium-6molybdenum

Recent Progress in Additive Manufacturing of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite

Process-Structure-Properties in Polymer Additive Manufacturing via Material Extrusion: A Review

Selective laser melting of stainless steel 316L with low porosity and high build rates

Characterization of mechanical properties and fracture mode of additively manufactured carbon fiber and glass fiber reinforced thermoplastics

Laser and electron-beam powder-bed additive manufacturing of metallic implants: A review on processes, materials and designs.

Selective laser melting of lattice structures: A statistical approach to manufacturability and mechanical behavior

Direct Selective Laser Sintering and Melting of Ceramics: A review

Numerical investigation and an effective modelling on the Selective Laser Melting (SLM) process with aluminium alloy 6061

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Recent Progress in Additive Manufacturing of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite

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