Research Assistant Professor Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering
2011/07 - 2014/06, Research Assistant, Physics Department, University of Rome “Sapienza”, Italy
2015/01 - 2015/12, Postdoc Fellow, Physics of Fluids & Applied Physics Department, University of Twente & Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
2016/01 - 2018/01, Postdoc Fellow, Physics Department, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy
2018/02 - 2019/07, Postdoc Fellow, Applied Physics Department, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
2019/10 - Today, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology
2005 - 2008, Bachelor in Physics, University of Rome “Sapienza”
2008 - 2010, Master in Theoretical Physics, University of Rome “Sapienza”
2010 - 2014, Ph.D., Physics Department, University of Rome “Sapienza”
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SUSTech Annual Research Symposium 2019 comes to a successful close
Following the recent announcement of the excellent results in the Nature Index Young Universities 2019 rankings, Runyang Stadium at Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) hosted the Annual Research Symposium 2019 (Symposium) from Oct 25 to 26. Vice-governor of Guangdong Province Qin Weizhong and Deputy Director-General of the Education Department of Guangdong Province Xing Feng […]
SUSTech wins Shenzhen “Talent Bole Award” for 4th consecutive year
Earlier today, Southern University of Science and Technology was honored with its fourth consecutive “Talent Bole Award” from the city of Shenzhen, at a glittering ceremony at the Wuzhou Guest House in downtown Shenzhen. Shenzhen Municipal Party Committee Secretary Wang Weizhong Shenzhen Mayor Chen Rugui and other city leaders joined SUSTech President Chen Shiyi, Shenzhen […]
Global Scientist Interdisciplinary Forum2020
1 Introduction The Global Scientist Interdisciplinary Forum at Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) is an important conference for talent recruitment. It aims to provide a platform for academic exchanges among young scholars at home and abroad, to promote interdisciplinary and academic innovation, and discuss the approach for the construction of world-class universities and […]
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Founded in December 2015, the Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) is one of departments in the College of Engineering. It aims to establish a world-leading department in mechanics and aerospace engineering, covering various research areas such as fluid mechanics, aerodynamics, thermodynamics, aeroacoustics, mechanics, combustion, material, and system control. The Department will learn from the best practice of peer departments over the world in order to develop into an international research institution that attends to the national strategic needs in mechanics and aerospace, cultivates outstanding innovative talents, and conducts frontier fundamental research and applied research with social impact.
The goal of the Department is to become a top-tier international leader through introducing an innovative education system which emphasizes IUR (Industry-University-Research) in close association with the Chinese aerospace industry. The specific objectives are: 1) to nurture innovative talents (learning); 2) to research and develop key technologies (research); and 3) to provide technical services (production) for the national aerospace industry.
The department has two undergraduate programs: Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, and Aerospace Engineering, and possesses state-certified BS, MS and PhD degree programs and Postdoctoral station of Mechanics. The department currently has 20 tenured/tenure-track faculty members, conducting active research in the general areas of fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, computational mechanics, micro and soft materials and devices, aeroengines, unmanned aerial vehicles, aeroacoustics and dynamics. It also has two key laboratories, namely, Guangdong Key Laboratory of Turbulence Research and Applications and Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Complex Aerospace Flows.