Hsu joins UofL
Aug. 28, 2017
Dr. Keng Hsu joined the University of Louisville in August 2017 as Associate Professor in Speed School's Mechanical Engineering Department. Prior to this post, Dr. Hsu was an assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering at Arizona State University.
Dr. Keng Hsu has over 25 years of experience in Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering, and Materials Science. He received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Science and Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2009. His work revolves around physics-based advanced manufacturing research at multiple scales in both top-down (subtractive) and bottom-up (additive) approach. Specifically, scalable nanomanufacturing process development, metal/semiconductor/metal-semiconductor hybrid nanomaterials for energy conversion and storage, additive manufacturing process development, engineered anisotropic materials by additive processes, meso-structure materials, metamaterials, plasmonics, solid-state electrochemistry are some of his research areas. His research work in these areas has been funded by NSF, ARPA-E, Intel, Orbital ATK, SRP, NASA, and DoD.