Prof. James K.H. Tsoi

– James is Assistant Professor in Dental Materials Science and Assistant Dean of Electives and Experiential Learning at HKU Faculty of Dentistry.

– He received Bachelor of Science degree in Applied and Analytical Chemistry, and his PhD study in Dental Materials Science, all at the University of Hong Kong.

– He also holds the Memberships of Royal Society of Chemistry (MRSC) and British Computer Society (MBCS).

– James is actively engaged in a number of research areas including: Dental materials science (mechanical behaviours, resin composites and ceramics), biomaterials (scaffold), digital dentistry (CAD/CAM implications and AI) and dental education (basic science and e-learning).

– He has authored more than 60 peer-reviewed journal articles, graduated 30 MSc and 10 PhDs, and awarded 7 times in international conferences since he has joined as a faculty member at HKU in 2012.

– He serves for the editorial boards of several scientific journals, being as Member-at-large in the International Association of Dental Research (IADR) / Dental Materials Group (DMG) and Honourary Secretary in South East Asia Association of Dental Education (SEAADE), and Hong Kong head-of-delegate in ISO/TC 106 (Dentistry).

Mechanical and biological aspects of dental ceramics

The modern technology allows ceramics become one of the most popular dental materials for indirect restorations and reconstructions. This presentation will overview the mechanical and biological aspects of dental ceramics, and also some technological insights that may be valuable to bride the gap between researchers and clinicians.

Prof. James K.H. Tsoi

– James is Assistant Professor in Dental Materials Science and Assistant Dean of Electives and Experiential Learning at HKU Faculty of Dentistry.

– He received Bachelor of Science degree in Applied and Analytical Chemistry, and his PhD study in Dental Materials Science, all at the University of Hong Kong.

– He also holds the Memberships of Royal Society of Chemistry (MRSC) and British Computer Society (MBCS).

– James is actively engaged in a number of research areas including: Dental materials science (mechanical behaviours, resin composites and ceramics), biomaterials (scaffold), digital dentistry (CAD/CAM implications and AI) and dental education (basic science and e-learning).

– He has authored more than 60 peer-reviewed journal articles, graduated 30 MSc and 10 PhDs, and awarded 7 times in international conferences since he has joined as a faculty member at HKU in 2012.

– He serves for the editorial boards of several scientific journals, being as Member-at-large in the International Association of Dental Research (IADR) / Dental Materials Group (DMG) and Honourary Secretary in South East Asia Association of Dental Education (SEAADE), and Hong Kong head-of-delegate in ISO/TC 106 (Dentistry).

Mechanical and biological aspects of dental ceramics

The modern technology allows ceramics become one of the most popular dental materials for indirect restorations and reconstructions. This presentation will overview the mechanical and biological aspects of dental ceramics, and also some technological insights that may be valuable to bride the gap between researchers and clinicians.