- Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Baylor University, 2021
- M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Baylor University, 2017
- B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Baylor University, 2015
- FAA Part 107 Certified Commercial Drone Pilot (TX)
- HVE Forum, virtual, 2022
- PhotoMolder Collision Reconstruction Course
- Northwestern Accident Reconstruction Course
- ASME North Texas Section Student of the Year for Baylor, 2019-2020
- 2019 AIAA Aviation Flow Visualization Showcase: Most Quantitatively Description Flow Visualization
- Baylor Presidential Fellowship Scholarship
- American Society of Mechanical Engineering
- Mandarin Chinese
Dr. Jiang specializes in accident reconstruction and the application of mechanical engineering principles to analyze on-road and off-road vehicles and associated components. His experience in investigating and analyzing motor-vehicle low and high-speed impacts includes conducting vehicle and site inspections, 3D scanning, computer simulation, and application of fundamental principles of physics.
Dr. Jiang has received specialized training in vehicle impact simulation. He holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Baylor University. His doctoral research focused on investigating gas-liquid interaction in fuel injection using computer simulation. He also worked on mechanical characterization of polymer composites fabricated by additive manufacturing technique, and he developed a numerical scheme to optimize material distribution and fiber orientation in additive manufacturing process.
Dr. Jiang has experience in multi-phase fluid flow simulation, parallel computing, finite element analysis, 3D CAD, Python, MATLAB, machine learning, physics-informed neural network, Fortran, mechanical testing instrument (Instron), scanning electron microscope, various material characterization devices, HVE, and Rhinocerous 3D.