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Directors, Chiefs, Heads of, Supervisor, Managers And Specialists In The Following Areas:

  •     Lightweighting
  •     Lightweight Design
  •     CAE
  •     Virtual Design
  •     Staff Researcher
  •     Material Scientist        
  •     Technical Specialist
  •     Technical Lead
  •     Structural Analysis
  •     Simulation
  •     Modeling
  •     Mechanical Design
  •     R&D
  •     Materials
  •     Crashworthiness
  •     Vehicle Safety
  •     Simulation Technical
  •     FEA
  •     Metallic Materials
  •     Safety Performance
  •     Vehicle Engineering
  •     Concept Development
  •     Durability
  •     NVH
  •     Virtual Simulation
  •     Data Scientist
  •     CAE Modeling
  •     Crash Safety
  •     Advanced Vehicle
  •     Group Engineering
  •     Body Structures
  •     Lightweight Construction 
  •     Vehicle Weight
  •     Composites
  •     Polymers and Fluids
  •     Materials Concepts
  •     Lifecycle Assessment
  •     Sustainability

Steven Sheng

Formability Engineer

General Motors

PhD in material science and engineering from the Huazhong University of Science and Technology 1998.
PhD in Automotive Systems Engineering major in material processing from the University of Michigan - Dearborn 2017.
Visiting scholar / Postdoctoral researcher at The Ohio State University with Professors Altan and Shivpuri. 2000-2005.
After eight years' work at different tier suppliers, started working as a formability engineer at Warren Tech. Center of the General Motors Company since 2013. At GM, he works on FEM simulation based stamping process design, manufacturability analysis, and die structure analysis on variety of automotive stampings.  He has publications on well recognized international journals and conferences.

Steven Sheng

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