Academic Profile

Prof Yeo Joon Hock, Tony is currently in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. he received his Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from Strathclyde University, Scotland and PhD degree from Imperial College, University of London. His research interests includes artificial heart valve, cardiovascular engineering, innovation in medical devices. He has done significant work in the area of heart valve engineering publishing more than 30 top quality conference and international papers. He is also awarded 2 US Patents and one pending in heart valve.
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Assoc Prof Yeo Joon Hock
Associate Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Prof Yeo research interest is mainly in Cardiovascular Engineering including : heart valves engineering, arterial pusle waveform analysis, pulse waveform analysis,
 
  • Yeo Joon Hock, Glen Lim Chun Yee, Tsuyoshi Nishiwakia, Kenta Moriyasu, Kenichi Harano. (2016). A method to evaluate abrasion of shoe sole using 3D scanning technique. Journal of Sports Science, .

  • CSH LIN, CK CHUA, JH YEO. (2015). Badminton shuttlecock stability: Modelling and simulating the angular response of the turnover. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part P: Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology, .

  • CSH Lin, CK Chua, JH Yeo. (2015). Analysis and simulation of badminton shuttlecock flight through parameter identification of a slow-speed serve shot. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part P: Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology, .

  • CSH LIN, CK Chua, JH Yeo. (2014). Proceedings of 1st International Conference in Sports Science & Technology: Comparative analysis of badminton shuttlecock speed and spin rate through flight measurement with high-speed cameras. 1st International Conference in Sports Science & TechnologySingapore.

  • CSH Lin, CK Chua, JH Yeo. (2014). Proc. of the Intl. Conf. on Progress in Additive Manufacturing: Designing a badminton shuttlecock; validation of virtual design by 3d printed thin-walled functional prototype. International Conference on Progress in Additive Manufacturing (Pro-AM 2014) (pp. 339-345)Singapore: Research Publishing Services.