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Assoc Prof Dr. Jianhang Chen | Mining Engineering and Rock Mechanics | Outstanding Scientist Award🏆

China University of Mining and Technology (Beijing), China

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Jianhang Chen embarked on his academic journey with a Bachelor's degree in Mining Engineering from the prestigious China University of Mining and Technology in 2011. Building upon this foundation, he pursued doctoral studies in Mining Engineering at the University of New South Wales, earning his Ph.D. in November 2016. These formative years laid the groundwork for his future endeavors in ground control and rock mechanics.

Professional Endeavors:

Since joining the China University of Mining and Technology (Beijing) in July 2017, He has demonstrated exceptional dedication and expertise. Starting as a lecturer, he swiftly rose to the position of Associate Professor in July 2020. Throughout his tenure, he has been deeply involved in both academic and practical aspects of his field, contributing significantly to research and teaching.

Contributions and Research Focus:

His primary research focus lies in ground control in mining engineering and rock mechanics. He has spearheaded numerous projects, addressing critical issues in the field. Notably, his work on the load transfer performance of fully grouted cable bolts has garnered attention for its innovative approach and practical implications for the industry.

Accolades and Recognition:

His contributions have not gone unnoticed. With 33 academic papers to his credit, including publications in esteemed journals such as Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, his scholarly impact is undeniable. His achievements include the distinction of having one ESI hot paper and four ESI highly cited papers, solidifying his reputation as a leading authority in his field.

Impact and Influence:

Beyond his academic achievements, His research has had a tangible impact on industry practices. His proposed laboratory short encapsulation pull test method for rock bolts and cable bolts, along with his theoretical models for analyzing anchorage performance, have provided practical solutions to longstanding challenges in ground control.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As His career continues to evolve, his legacy is poised to endure. With ongoing projects, patents, and a commitment to advancing knowledge in ground control and rock mechanics, he remains at the forefront of innovation in his field. His dedication to excellence ensures that his contributions will continue to shape the future of mining engineering for years to come.


A total of  755 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations           755
  • h-index              16
  • Documents       60

Notable Publications 

An analytical approach to study the reinforcement performance of rock anchors

Corrosion characteristics and dynamic properties of the coal-rock combination under hydrochemical condition

Influence of Grout Properties on the Tensile Performance of Rockbolts Based on Modified Cable Elements

Characterisation of stress corrosion durability and time-dependent performance of cable bolts in underground mine environments

Failure analysis of residual coal pillar under the coupling of mining stress and water immersion in the goaf underground water reservoir

A Constitutive Model to Reveal the Anchorage Mechanism of Fully Bonded Bolts

Strength weakening characteristics and microscopic mechanism of coal samples with different water contents based on penetration strength | 基于针入强度的不同含水率煤样强度弱化特征与微观机制


Jianhang Chen | Mining Engineering and Rock Mechanics | Outstanding Scientist Award

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