- Visiting Assistant Prof., Ohio Northern University, Ada, OH, 2007-present
- R&D Engineer, Goldsboro, NC 2006-2007
- Engineer, Shanghai, China, 2000-2001
- Instructor, Changchun, China, 1994-1997
- Engineer, Changchun, China, 1991-1994
- PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Alabama, 2005
- Master, Information Systems, Carnegie Mellon University, 2002
- MS, Mechanical Engineering, Tongji University, 2000
- BS, Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, 1991
- Mechanical Vibrations
- Y.B. Guo, Q. Wen, K.A. Woodbury, 2006, "Dynamic Material Behavior Modeling Using Internal State Variable Plasticity and Its Application in Hard Machining Simulations" ASME J. of Manufacturing Sci. and Eng, 128, pp. 749-759.
- Q. Wen, Y.B. Guo, 2006, "An Adaptive Method to Improve Mesh Quality of the Machined Surface in Micromachining," J. of Materials Processing Technology, 173/1, pp. 21-28.
- Y.B. Guo, Q. Wen, M.F. Horstemeyer, 2005, "An Internal State Variable Plasticity Based Approach to Determine Dynamic Loading History Effects in Manufacturing Processes" Int. J. of Mechanical Sciences, 47, pp. 1423-1441.
- Y.B. Guo, Q. Wen, 2005, "A Hybrid Approach to Investigate Chip Morphology Transition from Saw-tooth to Discontinuous Chips with the Effects of Cutting Edge Geometry," Trans. of NAMRI/SME, XXXIII, pp. 469-476.
- Q. Wen*, Y.B. Guo, K.A. Woodbury, 2005, "Adiabatic Effect Modeling and Its Influence on Machining Simulations: BCJ vs. JC Model," Proc. of ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Orlando, FL.
- Q. Wen*, Y.B. Guo, 2005, "The Influence of Adaptive Mesh on FEA Prediction of Surface Quality in Hard Machining," Proc. of 3rd International Conference on Leading Edge Manufacturing in 21st Century, Nagoya, Japan, 10/19.
- Q. Wen*, Y.B. Guo, M.F. Horstemeyer, 2004, "Using Internal State Variable Plasticity to Determine Dynamic Loading History Effects in Manufacturing Processes," Proc. Of ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Anaheim, CA.
- Q. Wen*, Y.B. Guo, 2004, "A Unified Approach to Simulate Saw-tooth and Discontinuous Chips with Material Stagnation and Cutting Edge Geometry," Proc. of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International, Huntsville, Alabama.