Bing Guo

Bing Guo

Senior Engineer
Materials & Corrosion Engineering
Shanghai

Mr. Guo specializes in materials characterization and analysis to help clients solving technical problems in the fields of consumer electronics, industrial electronics, manufacturing equipment and lithium ion batteries. His skills cover a broad range of advance non-destructive/ destructive technologies including CT/X-ray, C-SAM, SEM/EDS, FTIR, XPS, TGA/DSC, Raman, ICP-OES, GC-MS, Nano-indentation, laser particle analysis, among others.

Mr. Guo is proficient in solving issues related to fracture, contamination, delamination, leakage and discoloration in a broad range of consumer electronics components / products. He works extensively in lithium-ion battery evaluations. He has rich experience in the field of battery design review, quality assessments and failure analysis.

Mr. Guo has conducted over 25 on-site engineering audits of battery manufacturers for processes on battery cell manufacturing and battery pack assembly. The focus of such audits is to help manufacturers to improve their quality, reliability, and safety of the products and minimize reject rates through a detailed evaluation of the equipment, processes, and quality control in the factory. Mr. Guo also has extensive experience on battery failure analysis including cell disassembly and inspection for root cause of performance and safety-related battery failures. He has helped clients in many projects involving battery cell and pack evaluation including cell quality, material, safety and reliability.

Prior to joining Exponent, Bing Guo served as a graduate research assistant at the State Key Lab of Metal Matrix Composites at Shanghai Jiao Tong University developing novel photoelectric oxide films.

CREDENTIALS & PROFESSIONAL HONORS

  • M.E., Materials Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, 2013
  • B.S., Materials Science and Engineering, Central South University, 2010

LANGUAGES

  • Chinese
  • English

Publications

Guo B, Guo YP, Qin W, Liu HY, Zhang D. Optical properties of BiFeO3-(Na0.5Bi0.5)TiO3 thin films deposited on glass substrates by chemical solution deposition. Materials Letters 2012; 71: 60–62

Guo YP, Guo B, Dong W, Li H, Liu HZ. Evidence for oxygen vacancy or ferroelectric polarization induced switchable diode and photovoltaic effects in BiFeO3 based thin films. Nanotechnology; 2013; 24 (27): 275201

Additional Information

Additional Education Training

CQI and IRCA Certified ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor Training course

ASQ Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) Training course

CREDENTIALS & PROFESSIONAL HONORS

  • M.E., Materials Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, 2013
  • B.S., Materials Science and Engineering, Central South University, 2010

LANGUAGES

  • Chinese
  • English