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Qiguo Rong
Associate Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering,
College of Engineering, Peking University
Lab for Tissue Biomechanics



  • Office Add: Lixue Building 303 Beijing 100871 People's Republic of China
  • Office Tel: +86-10-6275-7429
  • Lab Add: Lixue Building 312
  • Lab Tel: (010) 62754175
  • Fax: (010) 62751812
  • Email: qrong@pku.edu.cn
  • Website: http://www.coe.pku.edu.cn/subpaget.asp?id=21
Educational Background

B.Sc., Mechanics, Peking University

M.Sc., Mechanics, Peking University

Dr.-Ing., Mechanics, Universität Karlsruhe


Areas of Research

Mechanical Behavior of Biomaterials, Biomechanics of Musculoskeletal Systems, Dental Mechanics, Optimization of Artificial Prosthesis and Surgical Design, Modeling and Simulation of Biomedical Systems


Research Profile
  1. The overall objective of the research in the Rong group is to understand the structure and function of living tissues at different scales. Our research focuses on biomechanical modeling of tissues, organs and systems with application in clinical diagnosis and therapy.
  2. Tissue mechanics research focuses on development of new constitutive models of soft and hard tissues, considering their adaptation ability to mechanical environment. Both experimental and computational methods are used to characterize the mechanical behavior of these biological tissues.
  3. Biomechanics research at organ and system levels focuses on the clinically relevant problems, such as injury, orthopaedics, orthodontics, etc. Numerical technologies are use to develop precise FE models of spine, craniofacial structures, knee joint, respiratory systems, etc. The simulation results will further the understanding of biomedical mechanism and provide a theoretical basis for clinical treatment.
  4. One goal of prosthesis design is to accomplish the physiological function with minimal materials. The biomechanical methods can validate and improve the design of different prostheses, such as artificial joints, trauma fixation devices, dental implants, etc.

Professional Honors and Awards

2005- Zhengda Award for Outstanding Scholarly Achievement, Peking University

2004- Best paper award, German Association of Oral Implantology (DGI e.V.)

2004-  Second-class Award for Education and Teaching Achievements (Higher Education), Beijing Municipal People's Government

2004-  First-class Award for Teaching Achievements, Peking University

2001-  Best paper award, German Dental Association (DGZMK)

2000-  Third prize of PLA Science and Technology Progress Award.

1995-  Antai Award for Outstanding Scholarly Achievement, Peking University

1993-  Antai Award for Outstanding Scholarly Achievement, Peking University


Selected Recent Publications

1. Q. Rong. Finite Element Simulation of the Bone Modeling and Remodeling Processes around a Dental Implant?Mensch & Buch Verlag, Berlin, 2002
 
2. S. Chen, H. Lou, L. Guo, Q. Rong, Y. Liu, T. Xu, 3-D finite element modelling of facial soft tissue and preliminary application in orthodontics, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, in press
 
3. Q. Luo, R. Nakade, X. Dong, Q. Rong, X. Wang, Effect of mineral-collagen interfacial behavior on the microdamage progression in bone using a probabilistic cohesive finite element model, Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, in press
 
4. Q. Luo, H. Leng, R. Acuna1, X. Dong, Q. Rong, X. Wang, Constitutive Relationship of Tissue Behavior with Damage Accumulation of Human Cortical Bone, Journal of Biomechanics, v 43, n 12, p 2356-2361, August 2010
 
5. Y. Lü, H. Lou, Q. Rong J. Dong, J. Xu. Stress area of the mandibular alveolar mucosa under complete denture with linear occlusion at lateral excursion, Chin Med J 2010;123(7):917-921
 
6. Q. Li, Q. Rong. Predict Molecular Interaction Network of Norway Rats Using Data Integration. LNBI, 2010, 6330: 173-179
 
7. R. Huang, Q. Rong. Respiration Simulation of Human Upper Airway for Analysis of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome, LNBI, 2010, 6330: 588-596
 
8. H. Lou, Q. Rong, S. Chen, L. Guo, T. Xu, Modeling of Craniofacial Soft and Hard Tissues for Prediction of Orthodontic Treatment, O. Dössel and W.C. Schlegel (Eds.): WC 2009, IFMBE Proceedings 25/XI, pp. 186–189, 2009.
 
9. W. Liang, Q. Rong, J. Lin, B. Xu. Torque control of the maxillary incisors in lingual and labial orthodontics: A 3-dimensional finite element analysis. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2009; 135:316-22.
 
10. Q. Rong, Z. Zhang. Predict Molecular Regulatory Network of Norway Rat under the Frame of Data Integration, D.-S. Huang et al. (Eds.): ICIC 2008, LNAI 5227, pp. 1022–1029, 2008.
 
11. J. Fang, J. Cao, J. Zhang, Q. Rong, D. Zhou. Response analysis of lumbar vertebra model under axial impact loading, IUTAM Symposium on Impact Biomechanics: from Fundamental Insights to Applications 124: 111-118, 2005
 
12. Q. Rong, J. Lenz, H.J. Schindler, K. Schweizerhof, D. Riediger?Einheilungs prozess eines Unterkieferimplantats bei der einphasigen und zweiphasigen Methode --Simulationen mittels Finiter Elemente?Z Zahnärztl Implantol. 2004 Jan;20(1),20-32.
 
13. K. Hu, Q. Rong, J. Fang, J.J. Mao, Effects of condylar fibrocartilage on the biomechanical loading of the human temporomandibular joint in a three-dimensional, nonlinear finite element model, Medical Engineering & Physics 2003, 25, 107–113
 
14. Q. Rong, J. Lenz, K. Schweizerhof, H.J. Schindler, D. Riediger, Simulation of bone modeling around a screw implant in the mandible, Proc. Appl. Math. Mech, 2003, 2, 254-255
 
15. J. Lenz, H.J. Schindler, Q. Rong, K. Schweizerhof, D. Riediger? The effect of functional overloading on crestal bone loss around a dental implant, Proc. Appl. Math. Mech. 2003, 3(1), 298-299
 
16. S. Rues, J. Lenz, H.J. Schindler, Q. Rong, K. Schweizerhof, D. Riediger, Beanspruchungen des Unterkiefers bei unterschiedlichen Implantatverteilungen und unter unterschiedlichen Lasten, Proc. Appl. Math. Mech. 2003, 3(1), 310-311
 
17. J.C. Türp, H.J. Schindler, M. Pritsch, Q. Rong: Antero-posterior activity changes in the superficial masseter muscle after exposure to experimental pain, Eur J Oral Sci 2002, 110: 83-91.
 
18. J. Lenz, M. Thies, K. Schweizerhof, Q. Rong, Thermal stresses in ceramometallic crowns: firing in layers, Chin J Dent Res. 2002, 5(3), 5–24
 
19. J. Lenz, Q. Rong, K. Schweizerhof, H.J. Schindler, D. Riediger. FE-simulation of bone modeling around an implant in the mandible in two-stage versus one-stage implantation. Biomed Tech (Berl). 2002;47 Suppl 1 Pt 1:298-301.
 
20. J. Lenz, C. Freischläger, Q. Rong, K. Schweizerhof, H. Schindler, D. Riediger: Zum Risiko der Implantatversorgung bei Bruxismus: Eine Beanspruchungsanalyse mittels finiter Elemente, Zeitschrift Zahnärztliche Implantologie 17, 2001, S. 64-70.
 
21. Q. Rong, J. Lenz, C. Freischläger, K. Schweizerhof, H.J. Schindler, D. Riediger: Knochenmodellation um ein Unterkiefer-Implantat unter Berüksichtigung der Revaskularisation und Resorption. ZAMM 81 (2001), Suppl.2, S403-S404.
 
22. J. Lenz, Q. Rong, C. Freischläger, K. Schweizerhof, H.J. Schindler, D. Riediger: Einheilungsprozess eines Unterkiefer-Implantats  unter Berüksichtigung der Revaskularisation: eine orientierende numerische Simulation. Z Zahnaeztl Implantol 16: 129 - 138 (2000)
 
23. H.J. Schindler, Q. Rong, W.E.L. Spiess: Der Einfluss von Aufbissschienen auf das Rekrutierungsmuster des Masculus temporalis, Dtsch Zahnärztl Z 55 (2000) 8: 575—581
 
24. K. Hu, J. Zhou, H. Lin, M. Hu, D. Wang, Q. Rong, J. Fang. Stress distribution in the mandible with unilateral condylar fracture. Chin J Dent Res. 1998 Sep; 1(2): 26–36