Zheng (Jeremy) Li, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering
Dr. Zheng (Jeremy) Li is an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the School of Engineering in University of Bridgeport. Before joining UB as a full time associate professor in 2007, Dr. Li worked about 14 years as full time scientist and senior research and design engineer in several different U.S. industries. He was also involved in U.S. Air force/Military research contracts and taught UB as adjunct faculty from 1999 to 2007. Dr. Li has published 2 books, 6 book chapters, 34 journal papers, and 44 conference papers since joining UB in 2007. He also got one grant award directly from NASA and one grant from NASA-funded Connecticut Space grant.
Ph.D., Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1994
M.S. Automation and Control Engineering, Shanghai University of Science and Technology, 1987
B.S. Power Engineering, Shanghai University of Science and Technology, 1984
MEEG425 Machine and Mechanical System
MEEG 572/TCMG572 Production Technology and Technique
MEEG424 Advanced CAM and Automation
MEEG421 Computer Aided Engineering Design
Computer Aided Manufacturing and CNC Machining
Machinery and Mechanical System Design
Advanced Computer Aided Project Design
Advanced Computer Aided Manufacturing and Automation
Manufacturing Strategy and Lean Manufacturing
Production Technology and Technique
Selected Books/Book Chapters:
J. Z. Li, “CAD, 3D Modeling, Engineering Analysis, and Prototype Experimentation: Industrial and Research Applications”, Springer, ISBN: 978-3-319-05920-4 (Print) 978-3-319-05921-1 (Online), Aug, 2014.
J. Z. Li, “Biomedical Instrument and Robotic Surgery System: Design and Development for Biomedical Applications”, Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-659-41085-7, June, 2013.
J, Z, Li, “Prototyping of Robotic Systems in Surgical Procedures and Automated Manufacturing Processes” (Chapter 12 for book titled “Prototyping of Robotic Systems: Applications of Design and Implementation”), IGI Global Publisher, ISBN: 978-1-4666-0176-5, pp. 356-378, May, 2012.
J. Z. Li, “The Principles, Development and Applications of Surgical Instruments in Biomedical Engineering” (Chapter 4 for book titled “Principles and Applications of Biomedical Engineering”), Academic Publisher, ISBN: 978-0-9835850-4-6, pp. 118-133, March, 2012.
J. Z. Li, “Applications of Computer-aided Design Technology in Research, Engineering and Industry” (Chapter 4 for book titled “Computer Aided Design: Technology, Types and Practical Applications”), Nova Science Publishing, ISBN: 978-1-62257-355-4, pp. 87-102, Jan, 2012.
Selected Journal Papers:
J. Z. Li, “Study and Analysis of a New Automated and High Speed Mechanical System for Computer Mouse Assembly”, in Journal of Mechatronics. Vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 109-112, June, 2014.
J. Z. Li, “Computational Simulation and Experimental Study of A Biogas Reactor”, in Journal of Mechanical Engineering (i-manager’s research Network), Vol. 4, pp. 17-20, March, 2014.
J. Z. Li, “Computer Aided Design and Development of a New Solar Panel Tracking System”, in Journal of Mechatronics, Vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 1-5, Feb, 2014.
J. Z. Li, “Computational Simulation and Prototype Testing of Nanocoated Materials for Jet Engine Blades in Aerospace Industry”, in Journal of Applied and Industrial Science, Vol. 1, pp.36-38, Nov, 2013.
J. Z. Li, “Numerical simulation and prototype testing of gas turbine with hot spinning process”, in Scientific Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 204-211, Sep, 2013.
Jeremy (Zheng) Li, Principal Investigator (PI), 2012-2013, “Computer-aided Analysis and Experimental Study of Nano-Coating Technology Applied to NASA and US Aerospace Industry,” $20,000.00 has been awarded by NASA funded Connecticut Space Grant Consortium,
Jeremy (Zheng) Li, Principal Investigator (PI), 2011-2012, “NASA Geo-Lab reduced gravity sample holders/manipulator,” $28,500.00 has been awarded by NASA funded National Space Grant Foundation.
Jeremy (Zheng) Li, Principle Investigator (PI), 2011-2012, “Computer Aided Modeling and Analysis of Nanocoating to prevent Aerospace Product from Corrosion,” $6,776.00 (Seeds Grant) has been awarded by UB.