Professor, Technical Science, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kitakyushu, Japan.
Professor Nao-Aki Noda graduated Faculty of Engineering Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu, Japan in 1979 (B.E.) and in 1981 (M.E.). He received Doctor of Engineering degree from Kyushu University in Mechanical Engineering, Japan in 1984. He was a Visiting Scholar at the Lehigh University, USA (1985 – 1986) and at the University of Surrey, United Kingdom (2005). He works from 2008 to currently at the Department of Mechanical Control Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology. He has Concurrent Professorships from 2003 to currently at the East China Jiaotong University, China; from 2008 to currently at the Northeastern University, China; from 2010 to currently at the Henan University of Science and Technology, China. He is Guest Professorship from 2008 to currently at the Shandong University, China. He published over 200 papers in international and national journals, among them 6 books. He joined about 50 conferences and symposia at the international and national level as general speaker, invited speaker or keynote speaker.
He has been a member of The Adhesion Society of Japan since 2015; Society of Agricultural Structures, Japan since 2014; The Japan Society for Technology of Plasticity since 2014; The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan since 2011; and the Japan Institute of Electronics Packaging since 2011. Professor Nao-Aki Noda studies Structural Engineering, Materials Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. His current projects are “Application of large ceramic structures to steel manufacturing machinery”, “Adhesive strength evaluation in terms of ISSF”, “Impact strength evaluation in terms of strain rate concentration factor”, “Special bolt nut connection improving fatigue strength and anti-loosening”. His other research interests include R&D Mechanical Properties, Finite Element Analysis, Optimization, Numerical Modeling, Mechanical Testing, Mechanics of Materials, Numerical Analysis, Stress Analysis, etc. More information can be found at the following web pages: