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Metallurgy, Ceramics, Composite, Failure Analysis, Design of Experimen

Arlington, Texas, United States
January 19, 2017

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Arlington, Texas 76013

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More than 7 years’ lab experiments experience.

Managed a number of complex academic publications regarding to composite material, metallurgy, and material development skills.

Familiar with metallurgy material analysis like SEM/XRD/FTIR/EDS/XRF machine.

Proficient in hands on experience and publications associated to composite material / Thin Film/ 3D material research

Developed, improve new type of composite material in variety application, equipment, processes and analytical methods.

Certificated with Design of Experiment(DOE), Six Sigma, Statistic Process Control(SPC)


Core Competences:

Ceramics, Composite, Failure Analysis, Design of Experiments, Solid State Physics, Mechanical Testing, Process Engineering, Quality Control, ISO Regulation, ASTM Standard, Statistical Process Control, Calibration Systems.


X-Ray Diffraction(XRD), LSR100 Laser Safety, Six Sigma, Development of Experiments(DOE), Statistical Process Control(SPC), Lean Manufacture, Social and Behavioral Responsible Conduct of Research Course, Working with the IACUC License 17929407, 17929406, 17929404, 17929408, 17929409, and 17929410


Centrifuge, High temperature furnace- Thermolyne 6000 Muffle Furnace, Contact Angle Meter, Energy-dispersive detector (EDS), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), Full-spectrum UV/Vis nanodrop volume analyzer ND-1000, Instron- Electro Force 3330-HTAT Test Instrument, Raman Spectrum, Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), X-ray Absorbance Near Edge Structure (XANES) Spectroscopy.


Material Development, Risk Management, Reliability Testing, AutoCAD, EDS, FTIR, High resolution SEM image, Injectability Testing, Raman spectra, Sintered process, Solid State reaction, Development of Experiments(DOE), Statistical Process Control(SPC)


Research Assistant, Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas Sep 2015- Aug 2016

Controlled and characterized new composite materials(Ca3(PO4)2 with SiO2-CaO-P2O5-Na2O system)

Increased 4 times of mechanical property (Compressive strength; Young’s Modulus) in the project “Design Experiments for Failure Testing of material Procedures.”

Participated in 3D porous beta-TCP based material’s geometry design. (glass composite material)

Developing methods for reliability resolution and materials failure analysis.

Research Assistant, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas Aug 2014- Aug 2016

Advanced a new composite and metal material (Titanium alloy) to replace a bone defect autografts.

Designing 3D printing machine and improve injectable composite material applied in medical application.

Increased injectability from 40% to 97% on beta-tri calcium phosphate applied on 3D printing machine, in the project “Material characterization of CPC-based material.”

Analyzed the metal alloy (Titanium alloy coating with SiOx) surface structure and element compositions.


Master of Engineering in Material Science & Engineering, GPA 3.6/4.0 2014-2016

University of Texas at Arlington, Texas

Major courses: Analysis of Material, Failure Analysis & Reliability, Materials for Energy, Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Phase Transformation Materials

Bachelor of Science in Biological Science & Technology, GPA 3.7/4.0 2009-2013

China Medical University, Taichung City, Taiwan


Chien-Ning Yao, Felipe Monte, David Wang, Varanasi Venu, Pranesh Aswath, “Osteogenic differentiation in preosteoblast MC3T3-E1 cells induced by calcium phosphate bioactive ceramic,” In submission, Material Science C, 2016.

Prashanth Ravi, Chien-Ning Yao, Philip Zachary James, Varanasi Venu, Panos S. Shiakloas, Pranesh Aswath, “Creating a 3D printing model setting for material, success create printing a complicated structure increasing the effective of bone healing,” In submission, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B, 2016.

Chien-Ning Yao, Jing-Gung Chung, "Quercetin effects on human oral cancer SAS cells work through the promotion of calcium release from the endoplasmic reticulum stress and the apoptosis pathway changed by the mitochondrial membrane potential," Conference Publication, ICEAS, Osaka, Japan, 2013.

Chien-Ning Yao, Jing-Gung Chung, “Quercetin induces apoptotic cell death and cell cycle arrest via mitochondria – dependent pathway in human oral cancer SAS cells," Conference Publication, ICEAS, Kyoto, Japan, 2012.


Graduate Student Thesis Awards, University of Texas at Arlington, 2014-2016.

North America Taiwanese Engineers Dallas Scholarship Honor Mentions, NATEA, 2015.

Outstanding Research Awards, China Medical University, 2013.

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