Dr Haibao Liu

Dr Haibao Liu

Lecturer in Aerospace Engineering
Outreach and Recruitment Lead in Materials

+44 (0)20 7882 8732
Engineering 309, Mile End

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support hours:
Semester A: Tuesday 11:30-12:30
Semester B: Tuesday 09:30-10:30
Expertise: Dr Haibao Liu specialises in the experimental characterisation and damage prediction of composite materials for structure applications. His current focus is on developing high-fidelity experimental and numerical approaches to assess the performance of composite materials and structures under extreme conditions.
Research Centre:
Affiliations: Member of Royal Aeronautical Society
Committee Member of British Society for Strain Measurement
Associate Fellow of Higher Education Academy
Assistant Editor of Journal of Lightweight Materials and Manufacture
Editorial Board Member of Journal of Composites and Biodegradable Polymers

Brief Biography

Dr Haibao Liu is a Lecturer in Aerospace Engineering at the School of Engineering and Materials Science at Queen Mary University of London. He obtained his PhD in Aerospace Engineering from Queen's University Belfast in 2018. Prior to his current role, he served as a Research Associate at Imperial College London and later as a Lecturer in Aerospace Structures at Cranfield University.

Haibao's research focuses on evaluating the performance of textiles and composites for structural applications. His work has received recognition and several awards, including Excellent Paper Awards from the International Conference on Lightweight Materials and Manufacture (2019) and the Bronze Award of Written Paper Prizes from the Royal Aeronautical Society (2019).

Dr Liu has been a member of the Royal Aeronautical Society since August 2011 and a Committee Member of the British Society for Strain Measurement since December 2023. Additionally, he serves as the Assistant Editor of the International Journal of Lightweight Materials and Manufacture, and Editorial Board Member of Journal of Composites and Biodegradable Polymers.