Dr. Wenwen Du Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Science and Mathematics Department 202D Science Hall 304-462-6318 Send email |

## Education

**Ph.D. Mathematics**- University of Kentucky

**M.A. Secondary Mathematics Education**- University of Kentucky

**M.S. Materials Science**- University of Kentucky

**M.E. Materials Science and Engineering**- Southeast University, Nanjing, China

**B.E. Materials Science and Engineering**- Southeast University, Nanjing, China

## Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Du joined the Glenville State faculty in 2014 as an assistant professor in the department of Science and Mathematics. He teaches finite mathematics, college algebra and pre-calculus. His research interests include continuum mechanics, polycrystalline materials, crystallographic texture, contact deformation of materials, mechanical behavior of materials, and micromechanics of advanced materials.

## Publications:

- Kazumi Tanuma, Chi-Sing Man and Wenwen Du, “Perturbation of phase velocity of Rayleigh waves in pre-stressed anisotropic media with orthorhombic principal part”,
*Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids*18(3), pp. 301-322, 2013

- Fuqian Yang, C B Jiang, Wenwen Du, Z QZhang, Suoxing Li and Scott X Mao, “Nanomechanical characterization of ZnS nanobelts”,
*Nanotechnology*16(8), pp. 1073–1077, 2005

- Fuqian Yang, Wenwen Du, and Kenji Okazaki, “Microindention of aluminum alloy (AA60601) by various reductions”,
*Journal of Materials Research*20(5), pp. 1172-1179, May 2005

- Wenwen DU, Yangshan Sun, Xuegang Min, Feng Xue, Dengyun Wu, “Influence of Ca addition on valence electron structure of Mg17Al12”,
*Transactions of nonferrous metals society of China*13(6), pp.1274-1279, Dec 2003

- Wenwen Du, Yangshan Sun, Xuegang Min, Feng Xue, Min Zhu, Dengyun Wu, “Microstructure and mechanical properties of Mg-Al based alloys with calcium and rare earth additions”,
*Materials Science and Engineering: A*356(1-2), pp.1-7, 2003

## Recent Presentations:

- 04/2015: A Ball, a Cube, and ‘Ears’: An Introduction to Polycrystals. Mathematics and Science Seminar Sponsored by Student organization of Chi Beta Phi. Glenville State College

- 12/2014: Material tensors and pseudotensors of weakly-textured polycrystals with orientation measure defined on the orthogonal group. Applied Mathematics Seminar (Dissertation Defense). University of Kentucky

- 07/2013: Material tensors of weakly-textured polycrystals with crystallite symmetry defined by an improper point group. Applied Mathematics Seminar. University of Kentucky