Mrs. Bo Wu | Composite Material Processing | Universiti Malaya | ChinaūüŹÜ

Professional Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Wu Bo embarked on her academic journey in Mechanical Engineering, earning a BS degree from Shaanxi University of Science and Technology followed by an MS degree from the University of Science and Technology Beijing, China. Currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Malaya, her early academic pursuits laid a robust foundation for her future research endeavors.

Professional Endeavors:

Commencing her career as an academic in 2017, Wu Bo ventured into teaching while actively engaging in impactful research, management, and consultation roles. Notably, she exhibited exemplary leadership as the Director of the Teaching and Research Section at Guilin University of Technology in 2019, displaying remarkable organizational and leadership skills.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Her research interests span alloy design, advanced processing methods, microstructure evolution, corrosion properties, and bioactivity properties of biomedical alloys. Wu Bo's primary focus lies in leveraging Friction Stir Processing (FSP) as a surface modification technique, optimizing parameters for defect-free alloys and exploring reinforced nanoparticles for enhanced properties in orthopedic implants.

Accolades and Recognition:

Her contributions are underscored by her authorship and co-authorship of over 10 publications in high-impact international journals. Her research has garnered attention, as evidenced by a cumulative impact factor of 26.9 over the last three years, an H-index of 4, and participation as an invited speaker/resource person.

Impact and Influence:

Her work in alloy modification and surface engineering, particularly in enhancing biocompatibility and corrosion resistance of biomedical alloys, demonstrates her commitment to impactful research that contributes to societal well-being. The interdisciplinary nature of her work holds promise for advancements in the field of materials science and biomedical engineering.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

With a trajectory marked by academic achievements, leadership roles, and significant research output, Wu Bo's legacy lies in her pioneering work in advancing surface modification techniques for biomedical alloys. Her future contributions are poised to continue shaping the landscape of materials engineering, potentially leading to innovative solutions in biomedical applications, thereby leaving a lasting imprint on the field.


A total of  103 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

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Notable Publications 

A review on biomedical implant materials and the effect of friction stir based techniques on their mechanical and tribological properties

K Moghadasi, MSM Isa, MA Ariffin, S Raja, B Wu, M Yamani, ...(50) 2022

The influence of reinforcement particles friction stir processing on microstructure, mechanical properties, tribological and corrosion behaviors: A review

B Wu, MZ Ibrahim, S Raja, F Yusof, MRB Muhamad, R Huang, Y Zhang, ...(23) 2022

Microstructural Evolution and Dynamic Recrystallization Behavior of ő≤‚Äďő≥ TiAl‚Äźbased Alloy during Hot Compression

HT Jiang, SW Zeng, SW Tian, B Wu, AM Zhao, ZH Xia   (16) 2017

Effects of recrystallization on microstructure and texture evolution of cold-rolled Ti-6Al-4V alloy

H Jiang, P Dong, S Zeng, B Wu   (12) 2016

Interfacial microstructure, element diffusion, mechanical properties and metallurgical bonding mechanism of 316L-AlSi10Mg multi-material parts fabricated by laser powder bed fusion

H Miao, F Yusof, MS Ab Karim, B Wu, S Raja, MZ Ibrahim, I Aziz, D Chen   (12) 023

Effects of friction stir processing and nano-hydroxyapatite on the microstructure, hardness, degradation rate and in-vitro bioactivity of WE43 alloy for biomedical applications

B Wu, F Yusof, F Li, H Miao, AR Bushroa, MRB Muhamad, IA Badruddin, ...   2023

Influence of Friction Stir Processing Parameters on Microstructure, Hardness and Corrosion Resistance of Biocompatible Mg Alloy WE43

B Wu, F Yusof, F Li, BB Abdul Razak, MR Bin Muhamad, IA Badruddin, ...2023

Interfacial Defects, Microstructure and Microhardness of 316l-Alsi10mg Multi-Material Parts Produced by Selective Laser Melting

H Miao, F Yusof, MSA Karim, B Wu, S Raja, D Chen


Bo Wu | Composite Material Processing | Best Researcher Award

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