Huijuan Feng
Feng Huijuan
Former PhD Student
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Department: Department of Mechanical Engineering
Address: School of Mechanical Engineering,Tianjin University,300072

Academic Qualifications:                                                               


Bachelor of Engineering    Tianjin University   Mechanical Design, Manufacturing and Automation
Bachelor of Management   Tianjin University   Engineering Management


Doctoral Student    Tianjin University   Mechanical Engineering


Doctoral Student   University of Clermont Auvergne   Mechanical Engineering


Research Interests:                                                           

  • Kinematics of Mechanism
  • Singularity, Bifurcation and Reconfiguration of Classical Mechanisms
  • Overconstrained Linkages
  • Rigid Origami

    Academic Achievements:                                                            

    1. Chen Y, Feng H, Ma J, Peng R, You Z. Symmetric waterbomb origami. Proc. R. Soc. A 472 (2016): 20150846. ( (Journal cover paper)
    2. Song C Y, Feng H, Chen Y, Chen I-M, Kang R, Reconfigurable mechanism generated from the network of Bennett linkages, Mechanism and Machine Theory 88 (2015), 49–62. (doi:10.1016/j.mechmachtheory.2015.02.003)
    3. Feng H, Kang R, and Chen Y, Workspace analysis of a reconfigurable mechanism generated from the network of Bennett linkages, Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE/IFToMM International Conference on Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robots, Beijing, China, 20-22 July 2015.
    4. Feng H, Peng R, Ma J, Chen Y, Rigid foldability of generalized triangle twist origami pattern and its derived 6R linkages, Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics, 2018, 10(5): 051003-051003-13. (doi:10.1115/1.4040439)
    5. Feng H, Feng H, Ma J, Chen Y, You Z, Twist of tubular mechanical metamaterials based on waterbomb origami, Scientific Reports, 2018, 8(1): 9522. (
    6. Feng H,Chen Y, Dai J, Gogu G, Kinematic study of the general plane-symmetric Bricard linkage and its bifurcation variations, Mechanism and Machine Theory, 2017, 116: 89–104. (
    7. Feng H, Feng L, Kang Y et al, Mechanics and Modeling of Crack Formation in Tree Epidermis, Acta Biophysica Sinica (2011), 9(27):779-788. (in Chinese).