Dr. Wang uses advanced simulation tools and theoretical methods to study turbulent multiphase flows and transport in engineering applications and environmental processes. His research covers direct and large-eddy simulations of turbulence and particle-laden flows, modeling and parameterizations of dispersion and turbulent collision of inertial particles, and simulation of interfacial multiphase flows. He develops and applies Boltzmann-equation based kinetic schemes, pseudo-spectral, and finite-difference / finite-volume methods for a variety of applications, as well as their scalable implementations on parallel computers. Dr. Wang has published over 116 journal papers. He is a Fellow of American Physical Society and a Fellow of American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
 
Research Interests
◆  Multiphase Flows
◆  Turbulent Flows
◆  Computational Fluid Dynamics
◆  Mesoscopic Methods
◆  High-Performance Computing
Please see this SciPod Link for Dr. Wang's research interests and recent accomplishments :  http://www.scipod.global/understanding-particle-fluid-interaction-dynamics-in-turbulent-flow-dr-lian-ping-wang-university-of-delaware/
 
Educational Background
◆  Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Washington State University, USA, 1990
◆  B.S. in Mechanics, Zhejiang University, China, 1984
 
Professional Experience
◆  2018-present, Chair Professor, South University of Science and Technology
◆  2009-present, Professor, University of Delaware, USA
◆  2001-2009, Associate Professor, University of Delaware, USA
◆  1994-2001, Assistant Professor, University of Delaware, USA
◆  1992-1994, Research Associate, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
◆  1990-1992, Visiting Research Associate, Brown University, USA
 
Honors & Awards
◆  Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2016
◆  Invitation Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2016
◆  Fellow, American Physical Society, 2011
◆  Distinguished Overseas Young Investigator Award, NSF of China, 2006
◆  Faculty Fellow, National Center for Atmospheric Research, 2005
◆  Francis Alison Young Scholars Award, University of Delaware, 1998
◆  Outstanding Teaching Award, University of Delaware, 1996
 
Selected Publication
The full list is available at:http://research.me.udel.edu/~lwang/publications.html
Professor Wang's Google Scholar Profile 
Professor Wang's Research Gate Profile
 
 

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