Keynote Speakers

CMAME Keynote & Invited Speakers



Prof. John Mo

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia 

Biography: John P. T. Mo is Professor of Manufacturing Engineering and former Head of Manufacturing and Materials Engineering at RMIT University, Australia, since 2006. He has been an active researcher in manufacturing and complex systems for over 35 years and worked for educational and scientific institutions in Hong Kong and Australia. From 1996, John was a Project Manager and Research Team Leader with Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) for 11 years leading a team of 15 research scientists working on high value industrial projects. A few highlights of the projects that John led in CSIRO and in RMIT include: signal diagnostics for plasma cutting machines, ANZAC ship alliance engineering analysis, optimisation of titanium machining for aerospace industry, critical infrastructure protection modelling and analysis, polycrystalline diamond cutting tools on multi-axes CNC machine, system analysis for support of complex engineering systems, national Electronic Product Code demonstrator (for Australia). John has been academic advisor for a number of educational institutions in the Australasian region on their engineering program development and operations. John obtained his doctorate from Loughborough University, UK and is a Fellow of Institution of Mechanical Engineers (UK) and Institution of Engineers Australia.


Prof. Ying-Hsi, Jerry Fuh

National University of Singapore, Singapore 

Biography: Dr. J Fuh is a Professor in Department of Mechanical Engineering, NUS and the Co-Director of NUS Centre for Additive Manufacturing (AM.NUS, He has devoted himself to the research of additive manufacturing or 3D printing processes and materials since 1995. In 2016, he and his colleagues established a 3DP-enable biomedical hub within the NUS premise across 5 different faculties, i.e., engineering, science, deign, dental and medicine, to be one of its few kinds to promote transnational works on biomedical and health-care research under the NAMIC, EDB and University Funding of more than SGD$18M.