Numerical Studies on Aerospace Applications of Active Flow Control
Prof. Ramesh K. Agarwal
Professor Ramesh K. Agarwal is the William Palm Professor of Engineering in the department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science at Washington University in St. Louis. From 1994 to 2001, he was the Sam Bloomfield Distinguished Professor and Executive Director of the National Institute for Aviation Research at Wichita State University in Kansas. From 1978 to 1994, he was the Program Director and McDonnell Douglas Fellow at McDonnell Douglas Research Laboratories in St. Louis. Dr. Agarwal received Ph.D in Aeronautical Sciences from Stanford University in 1975, M.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Minnesota in 1969 and B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India in 1968. Over a period of 40 years, Professor Agarwal has worked in various areas of Computational Science and Engineering - Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computational Acoustics and Electromagnetics, Computational Materials Science and Manufacturing, and Computational Geo-mechanics and Combustion. He is the author and coauthor of over 600 publications. He has given many plenary, keynote and invited lectures at various national and international conferences worldwide in over fifty countries. Professor Agarwal continues to serve on many academic, government, and industrial advisory committees. Dr. Agarwal is a Fellow twenty two societies including the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS), American Physical Society (APS), American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Royal Aeronautical Society, and American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). He has received many prestigious honors and national/international awards from various professional societies and organizations.
Recent progress in on-orbit servicing of non-cooperative targets
Prof. Honghua Dai
Prof. Honghua Dai received his B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU), Xi’an, China, in 2009. He achieved the PhD degree in flight vehicle design from the School of Astronautics, NPU, in 2014. He had been a visiting PhD student in University of California, Irvine from 2010 to 2012 under the advice of Prof. Satya N. Atluri. He is now a full Professor with the School of Astronautics, NPU. His current research interests include: spacecraft dynamics and control, nonlinear structuraldynamics, and robust control methods, etc. Prof. Dai received 2017 ICCESOutstanding Young Investigator Award; 2017 Hong Kong Scholar Award, 2015 Science and Technology Award of Shaanxi Province: Frist Prize; 2013 Outstanding Young Researcher Award of NPU. Prof. Dai is an AIAA Senior member. He is member of the 2020 ICCES organizing committee.
An Exploratory Study on the Key Modeling & Simulation Technologies for the Airframe Digital Twin
Prof. Leiting Dong
Dr. Leiting Dong is currently a full professor in the Department of Aircraft Design in Beihang University (also known as Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics). He focuses his studies in modeling methods for the design of aerospace structures and materials. Special interests include fatigue and damage tolerance design of complex metal components, multiscale analysis and design of composite materials and structures, and large deformation analysis of geometrically nonlinear structures. His research is funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, etc. By far he has published more than 35 peer-reviewed journal articles, with an h-index 15. He won the Thousand Young Talents Award of China in 2015. He won the CMES Outstanding Young Author Award in 2015, and the ICCES Young Investigator Award in 2017.
Accurate, High-Speed, Full-Color and Vibration-Resistant 3D Shape Measurement Using Linear LED Devices
Prof. Motoharu Fujigaki
Motoharu Fujigaki received his BE and ME degrees in mechanical engineering from Osaka University in 1990 and 1992, respectively. He received his doctoral degree from Osaka University in 2001. He was working in NABCO Ltd. from 1992 to 1995. He moved to Department of Opto-Mechatronics, Faculty of Systems Engineering, Wakayama University in 1995 as a research associate. He became an associate professor in 2003. He moved to Human and Artificial Intelligent Systems, Graduate School of Engineering, University of Fukui as a full professor in 2015. He is interested in optical metrology using image processing, especially 3D shape measurement using gating projection method, deformation measurement using phase analysis method used for structural health monitoring and small displacement and strain distribution measurement using laser interferometry.
Methodologies to compute fracture mechanics parameters (Revisiting methods to compute Stress Intensity Factors, J-Integral, T*-Integral and ∆J)
Hiroshi Okada's has worked on the Boundary Element Method, Automobile Crash Analysis, Computational Meso-mechanics analysis such as Homogenization Method, etc. Currently, his research interests are in the field of Computational Engineering Fracture Mechanics. He has proposed efficient and accurate methodologies for the evaluations of linear and nonlinear fracture mechanics parameters from the results of finite element analysis using automatically generated mesh with the tetrahedral finite element. He and his colleagues are developing crack propagation analysis software system. He has published more than 100 archival papers in international and domestic journals. He has made a numerous international and domestic conference presentations. He was the recipient of The JACM (Japan Association for Computational Mechanics) Computational Mechanics Award and JSEM-CMD (Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Computational Mechanics Division) Computational Mechanics Medal.
Computational Design of Micro-Jets for Sample Delivery in Femtosecond Crystallography
Prof. Božidar Šarler
Professor of Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics and Scientific Councilor
Dr. Božidar Šarler conferred B.Sc. in physics from University of Ljubljana and Ph.D. in engineering from University of Maribor. He is employed at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, where he leads Department for Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics, and complementary at the Institute of Metals and Technology in Ljubljana where he leads Laboratory for Simulation of Materials and Processes, in total 20 researchers.
He worked abroad cumulative for more than four years as a researcher in Centre of Nuclear Studies, France; University Erlangen-Nürenberg, Germany; Argonne National Laboratories, USA and as a visiting professor or scientist at the University of Nevada, USA; University Pierre and Marie Curie, France; University of Central Florida, USA; Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland and City University of Hong Kong. He is giving lectures as a visiting professor at University of ”Parthenope”, Naples, Italy. He was in 2011 appointed Adjunct Professor of Computational Engineering and Science research Centre of the University of Southern Queensland in Australia, and in 2013 as a hundred talent plan Professor at Taiyuan University of Technology, Shanxi Province, China. He is a member of the Eurotherm Committee http://www.eurothermcommittee.eu/
His research interest is focused on computational modelling of materials and processes, development of numerical methods and physical models for multiphase systems, modelling, simulation, verification and optimization of continuous casting of aluminium alloys and steel. His research team is internationally recognised for development of meshless numerical methods for solids and fluids as well as multiscale and multiphysics modelling of multiphase systems.He published over 150 papers, over 15 book chapters, and edited 8 books with selected papers from international conferences, h>30. He contributed to more than 250 technical reports. He presented invited talks at conferences of the prestigious type like EUROMAT, EUROSIM (EU), THERMACOMP (UK), ICCES (USA), TMS (USA) and Asian Congress on Computational Mechanics (Singapore).
He has organized numerous special sections on international conferences and he edited special numbers of journals EABE, Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, and HFF. He organized 12 international conferences in Slovenia and abroad.
He received the following awards and recognitions: 2018 Distinguished Fellow of ICCES, 2016 highest Slovenian state award for science, 2014 Emerald Literati Best Paper Award, 2014 prestigious Chinese award for foreign professors “Hundred Talent Plan”, etc.
He serves in editorial boards of several distinguished international journals and book series and served in scientific committees of more than 60 international conferences. Prof. Šarler is since 2014 leading a project, directly financed from Helmholtz Association, Germany for computational design of high-pressure micro nozzles used in femtosecond crystallography. He will talk about this subject on the conference.
The MPLG Method in Multiphysics and Scale Dependent Problems
Prof. Jan Sladek
Dr. Jan Sladek, researcher worker at the Slovak Academy of Sciences, received his Ph.D. in Applied Mechanics at the Institute of Construction of Architecture, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia in 1981. Now, he is in the position of the Head of the Department of Mechanics at the same institute. He is also Full Professor at Mechanical Engineering Department of Slovak Technical University and President of Slovak Society for Mechanics. His principal research area is modeling of advanced materials. He has also been a visiting professor/scholar at Cornell University, University of California (Los Angeles, Irvine), Northwestern University, Technical University of Vienna, University of Siegen (Germany), University of Gent (Belgium), Wessex Institute of Technology (U.K.) University of London, Queen Mary College, Shinshu University (Japan) and Texas Tech University (USA). He also serves for five Governmental Scientific Committees in Slovakia and editorial board of seven international journals. He has published 478 refereed papers and 7 monographs (books). His research works are cited more than 8166 (see Google scholar,http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=EuDw2JcAAAAJ&hl=en). His research works have been honored many times. He has received the Prize of Slovak Academy of Sciences twice (1985, 2003) and the Prize of Slovak Literal Foundation also twice (1986, 1999). He was awarded by Aurel Stodola Prize in 2002, Eric Reissner medal in 2010 and Humboldt Prize in 2019 for his distinguished results in mechanics. In 2003 he was elected as a founding member (20 founding members) of the Learning Society of Slovak Academy of Sciences.
Fully Phase-Wise Conservative and Bound-Preserving Algorithms for Multiphase Flow in Geological Formation
Prof. Shuyu Sun
Prof. Shuyu Sun is currently the Principal Investigator of the Computational Transport Phenomena Laboratory (CTPL) at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and a Co-Director of the Center for Subsurface Imaging and Fluid Modeling consortium (CSIM) at KAUST. He is a founding faculty member jointly appointed by the program of Earth Sciences and Engineering (ErSE) and the program of Applied Mathematics and Computational Science (AMCS) at KAUST since 2009, currently at the rank of Full Professor. He also holds a number of adjunct faculty positions across the world, including Adjunct Professorship in Xi’an Jiao Tong University, Adjunct Professorship in China University of Petroleum at Beijing, Adjunct Professorship in China University of Petroleum at Qingdao, and Adjunct Professorship in China University of Geosciences at Wuhan. Before joining KAUST, Dr. Sun served as an (tenure-tracked) Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences at Clemson University in the United States. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in computational and applied mathematics from The University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Sun's research includes the modeling and simulation of flow and reactive transport in porous media, as well as the numerical analysis of relevant algorithms. He has interests in discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods and mixed finite element (MFE) methods, error estimates and dynamic adaptivity. In recent years, his research team at KAUST is investigating multiscale numerical algorithms for coupling Darcy-scale, pore-scale and molecular-scale models as applied to porous media flow and transport, with emphasis in the modeling of enhanced oil recovery, unconventional oil/gas reservoirs, CO2 sequestration, and gas transport in cable. Dr. Sun has published 300+ articles or book chapters, including 200+ refereed journal articles. He currently serves as an editor, guest editor, associate editor or editorial board member for 8 international refereed journals in his field. He has reviewed for 80+ technical journals and conference proceedings. He has chaired or co-chaired 20+ international workshops or mini-symposia, in addition to a number of departmental seminars. He has given more than 200 invited or contributed presentations to conferences, forums or seminars. He is a member of a number of honor societies including Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Gamma Beta Phi, and Phi Kappa Phi. He achieved the certification under the SPE Petroleum Engineering Certification Program, and he is also a licensed professional engineer in Texas, USA.
High Resolution Numerical Simulation of Explosion and Impact Problems
Prof. Cheng Wang
Dr. Cheng Wang is a distinguished professor in State Key Laboratory of Explosion Science and Technology, Beijing Institute of Technology. His research area is in Computation explosion Mechanics with a recent focus on multi-scale modelling and simulation of the multi-physical phenomena subjected to explosion and impact loading conditions. He has more than 80 publications based on funded research projects. He serves associate editor of Aerospace Science and Technology, and editors of Defence Technology and Central European Journal of Energetic Materials, respectively. Dr. Wang is the director of State Key Laboratory of Explosion Science and Technology, and has received many honors and awards such as Outstanding Youth Award from the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and distinguished professor of Changjiang Scholars from Ministry of Education of China. He has also delivered plenary lectures in many international conferences.
Study on the Mechanism of Bubble Nucleation by Molecular Dynamics Simulation
Prof. Bo Yu
Prof. Bo Yu is currently a full professor at Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology (BIPT), and a distinguished professor of Changjiang Scholars Program of China. He received PhD degree of Engineering Thermophysics from Xi’an Jiaotong University in 1999. Before joining BIPT, Prof. Yu served as postdoctoral fellow at Kyushu University (1999-2001), Special Research Associate in National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology of Japan (2001-2005) and full professor at China University of Petroleum-Beijing (2005-2015). His research interests mainly focus on advanced numerical methods for computational heat transfer, turbulent drag-reducing flow, heat transfer enhancement, and hot dry rock, etc. He has chaired 8 national projects including National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars and more than 30 provincial projects and projects from petroleum companies. Prof. Yu has been invited to deliver keynote speeches in international/domestic conferences more than 20 times. He has published 300+articles, including 120+ refereed journal papers (SCI) as first author or corresponding author, and 2 textbooks and 2 monographs. Prof. Yu is the guest editor of one special issue in Journal of Computational Physics (JCP), and he also serves as the associate editor of Computer Modeling in Engineering & Science (CMES). In 2016, he was awarded the distinguished professor of the Nation’s Changjiang Scholars Program.
Multi-Physics CFD Simulations in a Jet Engine
Prof. Makoto Yamamoto
Dr. Makoto Yamamoto received his BS, MS and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tokyo in 1982, 1984 and 1988, respectively. He previously worked at the IHI Corporation in Tokyo as an aerodynamic design engineer of a jet engine for about 3 years. Then he joined the Tokyo University of Science in 1990. Since 2004, he has been a professor. In the university he was a dean of the Faculty of Engineering from 2009 to 2010, and a vice president from 2014 to 2018. Since 1980s’, he has been investigating modeling of flow physics and its application to engineering flow problems, and recently he has been focusing on multi-physics flow problems in engineering, especially in a jet engine. Moreover, he is now challenging predictions of aneurysm rupture and surgery operations such as coiling and stenting. He published more than 200 technical papers, more than 400 proceedings papers and 19 books (in Japanese). He is a member of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering (JSME), the Gas Turbine Society of Japan (GTSJ), the Japan Society for Computational Engineering and Science (JSCES), the Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics (JSFM), the Japan Association of Computational Mechanics (JACM), the International Association of Computational Mechanics (IACM) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). He served a lot of Executive Committees of the societies, and for his distinguished works he has received 12 awards from the societies in Japan.
A 3D multi-physics boundary element computational framework for polycrystalline materials micro-mechanics
Prof. Ivano Benedetti
Dr. Ivano Benedetti is currently Associate Professor of Aerospace Structures in the Department of Engineering at the University of Palermo, Italy.
Between 2015 and 2016 he has been Fulbright Visiting Scholar in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA.
Between 2011 and 2013 he has been Marie Curie Fellow at the Department of Aeronautics of Imperial College London, where he worked on Three-dimensional multiscale model for material degradation and failure in polycrystalline materials.
He has spent several other research stays abroad, working on numerical modelling of solids and structures and fracture mechanics.
He was awarded his PhD Degree in Aerospace Engineeringfrom the University of Pisa, Italy in 2008.
He is member of the Editorial Board of Mathematical Problems in Engineering and European Journal of Computational Mechanics. He serves as referee for several international journals.
He is member of the International Scientific Committee of theInternational Conference on Damage and Fracture Mechanicsand of the Scientific Advisory Committee of theInternational Conference on Boundary Element and Meshless techniques.
Has authored overall more than 85 scientific papers, in leading international peer reviewed journals, book chapters and national and international conference proceedings.
His research interests include: Computational modelling of materials and structures, Damage and fracture mechanics, Structural Health Monitoring, Mechanics of plates, Micromechanics, Multiscale modelling, Polycrystalline materials, Composite materials, Piezoelectric materials, FEM, BEM, fast BEM solvers.
Adhesion and Friction of Soft Nanoscale Contacts
Prof. Ioannis Chasiotis
Ioannis Chasiotis is a Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Aeronautics from the California Institute of Technology, and his Diploma in Chemical Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece. Professor Chasiotis’ research focuses on the deformation and fracture mechanics of materials at small length scales. His group has developed high resolution experimental methods to study the mechanical deformation of heterogeneous materials at the micro and nanoscales, and to investigate important time and length scales influencing the inelastic behavior of metals and polymers confined to small volumes. He is the editor-in-chief of the journal Experimental Mechanics, an ASME Fellow, and in 2016 he was named a University of Illinois Scholar. Professor Chasiotis is a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), the Society of Engineering Science Young Investigator Medal, the ASME Thomas J.R. Hughes Young Investigator award, the Society for Experimental Mechanics A.J. Durelli award, the NSF-CAREER award, the ONR Young Investigator award, several journal and conference best paper awards, the Founder's Prize from the American Academy of Mechanics, and the Charles Babcock Memorial Award from the California Institute of Technology.
Basic Concepts and Numerical Integration Issues in the 2D Boundary Element Implementation of Strain Gradient Elasticity Problems
Prof. Ney Augusto Dumont
Ney Augusto Dumont is a Professor and Head of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Brazil. He received his BS degree in Civil Engineering at the Federal University of Bahia, Brazil, in 1972, and the MS and Dr.-Ing. degrees in Structural Engineering at PUC-Rio, in 1973, and at the Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, in 1978, respectively. His research interests are in computational mechanics, numerical integration methods, variational methods, hybrid methods, FEM, BEM, fracture mechanics, time-dependent problems and gradient elasticity. He has over 150 publications in international journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters. He is Distinguished Fellow of ICCES since 2014 and was awarded in 2018 the George Green Medal by Elsevier and the Wessex Institute, UK.
Data-driven Fluid Flow Simulations by Using Convolutional Neural Network
Prof. Kazuhiko Kakuda
Dr. Kazuhiko Kakuda is a Professor in the Dept. of Mathematical Information Engineering, College of Industrial Technology, Nihon University. He was born on January 26, 1958in Shizuoka-prefecture, Japan. He holds B.Eng in Mathematical Engineering, M.Eng in Architecture & Architectural Engineering and Dr. Engin Mathematical Engineering from Nihon University. His research interests include the numericalsimulations of complex fluid flow fields, the parallel computing on GPGPU, thedevelopment of the numerical methods for nonlinear problems, and deep learning. He is a councilor of the JapanSociety for Computational Methods in Engineering (JASCOME). He is a member of JSME, JSCES and so forth.He is Distinguished Fellow of ICCES since 2015.
Effects of Welding on Microstructure and Mechanical Response of Next Generation Steel for the Offshore Industry
Prof. Padraic O'Donoghue
Professor Padraic O’Donoghue has held academic positions at Irish universities for over twenty five years. In 1981, he graduated with 1st class honours in Civil Engineering from University College Cork and he obtained an M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics from the same university the following year. Moving to the US, he pursued doctoral studies at Georgia Institute of Technology, graduating with his Ph.D. in 1985. He then worked at Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas for five years. He returned to Ireland in 1990 to take up a full-time academic position at University College Dublin. In 1997, he was appointed as Professor of Civil Engineering at the National University of Ireland, Galway, a position that he still holds. He expanded his role at NUI Galway when he was appointed as of Dean of Engineering and Informatics, serving for three terms (2001-2010). His major accomplishments at NUI Galway include (i) a pivotal role in the development of the new Engineering Building, (ii) restructuring and the expansion to the College of Engineering and Informatics and (iii) raising the research profile in engineering and contributing to the launch of a number of major research centres.
Professor O’Donoghue has an extensive and varied set of research interests including:
- Development and application of advanced, non-linear computational methods in structural mechanics – finite element and boundary element methods
- Development of fracture mechanics techniques under a wide variety of conditions – dynamic, static cracking and fatigue crack growth
- Assessment of damage, shock loading and impact events for a wide variety of materials
- Investigation of advanced material models including plasticity, visco-plasticity and anisotropy with applications to many metals, composites, ceramics and plastics
- Fracture mechanics analyses of a wide variety of structures including power plants, aircraft structures, gas pipelines and offshore structures
Professor O’Donoghue has published widely, including 50+ peer reviewed papers in journals and international conferences, in addition to many contributions at international conferences and symposia, workshops and universities around the world. Professor O’Donoghue has also chaired the organising committees for five prestigious international conferences – most recently an IUTAM symposium on Multi-scale Fatigue, Fracture & Damage of Materials in Harsh Environments that was held in Galway in 2017.
Numerical Modeling of Material Deformation Responses Using Gradient Continuum Theory
Prof. Jurica Sorić
Jurica Sorić is Professor of Mechanics in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture at the University of Zagreb in Croatia. His research activities are concerned with the field of Computational Mechanics such as finite element formulations, meshless computational approaches and multiscale modeling of heterogeneous materials. He holds a Ph. D. degree from the University of Zagreb. He was awarded “Alexander von Humboldt” Fellowship (a prestigious research fellowship from Germany) and Fulbright Fellowship. He is an associate member of Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts and a member of Croatian Academy of Engineering. Besides, he is a member of the Board of Central European Association of Computational Mechanics (CEACM), the General Council member of International Association of Computational Mechanics (IACM) and the Scientific Council member of International Centre for Mechanical Sciences in Udine (CISM). He has been honorably conferred with the Croatian Government Annual Award for Science and the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts Award for scientific achievement in the field of technical sciences. He has been awarded ICCES Distinguished Fellow for the contributions to mechanics of shells, and to the MLPG Method. As a visiting Professor, he has done research at the universities in Germany (Ruhr-University Bochum, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, TU Darmstadt, Leibniz University Hannover), in Austria (Vienna University of Technology), and at the University of California Irvine, USA.
Element-free discretization method with Moving Finite Element Approximation
Prof. Vladimir Sladek
Prof. Vladimir Sladek is Vice-director and researcher at Institute of Construction and Architecture, Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAS), Slovakia. He received his DrSc in Mechanics and Ph.D in Mechanics of Solids, Slovak Academy of Sciences. He was then assigned as Associate Professor in Mechanics at Slovak Technical University Bratislava in 1993, and professor at Technical University of Zilina at 2002. He has also been a visiting professor/scholar at Cornell University, University of California (Los Angeles, Irvine), Shinshu University, Japan, Wessex Institute of Technology. He has published 320 refereed papers and 4 books, 2 books edited, 20 chapters in 11 books. He has 2652 (WOS) + 500 (other) number of citations. His main research fields are Mechanics of solids, Computational mechanics, Boundary element method (BEM), Regularization techniques and Meshless methods. His research works have been honored many times. He has received the Prize of Slovak Academy of Sciences twice (1985, 2003) and the Prize of Slovak Literal Foundation three times (1985, 1998, 2005). He also serves as Editorial board of many journals such as Series Advances in Boundary Elements (UK), Boundary Element Communications, Int. Jour. Eng. Analysis with Boundary Elements, Communications in Numerical Analysis, Journal of Industrial Mathematics and Computational Mechanics.
A Computational Framework for the Elastic-Plastic Analysis of Cellular Micro-architected Metallic/Composite Materials
Dr. Maryam Tabatabaei
Dr. Tabatabaei currently holds the position of research associate at the Pennsylvania State University. Her studies mainly focus on the homogenized mechanical behavior of materials to shed light on their macroscale behavior using their Micro- or Nano-features. She received her Ph.D. degree in 2013 in the field of Structural Engineering with focus on the chemistry of the formation of embryonic cracks and their propagation within a porous material. She continued her academic career and joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas Tech University in 2016. During this engagement, she developed a computational framework for the elastic-plastic analysis, design, and topology optimization of cellular micro-architected metallic/composite materials.
Challenges in Modeling of Phase Interactions in Solid Liquid Phase Change (tentative)
Prof. Igor Vušanović
Igor Vušanović has graduated at University of Belgrade in 1992. He earned his master degree in 1996 at University of Montenegro and PhD in 2002 at the same University. He partially work on his PhD thesis at Purdue University under the supervision of Professor Matthew J. M. Krane. He published as an author and co-author more than 50 articles in scientific peer reviewed international and domestic journals, and international scientific conferences. He organized successfully prestigious ICCES Special symposium on Meshless & Other Novel Computational Methods in 2012, and give invited talks at 5 foreign universities. Igor Vušanović has more than 26 years of professional experience in the field of energy and energy efficiency, modelling in field of materials processing, environmental engineering and thermos-technics. His research area covers: Modelling of phase change phenomena in materials processing, Heat and mass transfer in HVAC systems, advanced technics in numerical modelling, Environmental engineering and sustainable Development. His present position is a Full Professor and Dean of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at University of Montenegro.
Electromagnetic Sensing and Imaging for Biomedical Applications
Prof. Lulu Wang
Lulu Wang is currently a Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the College of Health Science and Environmental Engineering at Shenzhen Technology University in China. She received the M.E. (First class Hons.) and Ph.D. degrees from the Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, in 2009 and 2013,respectively. From 2013 to 2015, she was a Research Fellow with the Institute of Biomedical Technologies, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. In June 2015, Dr. Wang became an Associate Professor of biomedical engineering with the Hefei University of Technology. In June 2019, she became a Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Shenzhen Technology University. Her research interests include medical devices, electromagnetic sensing and imaging, and computational mechanics. Over the past 5 years, Dr. Wang has authored more than 60 peer-reviewed publications, 2 ASME books, 6 book chapters, and 4 issued patents. Dr. Wang is a member of ASME, IEEE, MRSNZ, AAAS, PSNZ, and IPENZ. She is an active reviewer of numerous journals, books and conferences. Dr. Wang has edited three books and two special issues of international journals. She has received multiple National and International Awards from various professional societies and organizations.