Active Grants at SUSTech
1. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 91852205): Study of flow structure and drag modulation in wall-bounded turbulent dispersed two-phase flows, PI Lian-Ping Wang. Amount: ¥4,000,000, from 01/01/2019 to 12/31/2022.
2. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 91741101): Studying the effects of combustion on fluid turbulence at all scales in an engine combustion chamber: PIs Xiaowen Shan and Lian-Ping Wang. Amount: ¥800,000, from 01/01/2018 to 12/31/2020.
Active Grants at UD
1. NSF CBET 1706130, Multiscale plenoptic imaging and direct computation of turbulent channel flows laden with finite-size solid particles. PI. L.-P. Wang, co-PI: Jingyi Yu (UD CIS). Amount $300,000, from 7/1/2017 – 6/30/2020.
2. NSF CNS1513031: II-NEW: Acquisition of Time-Dependent 3D Transparent Flows via Light Field Imaging and Displays. Jingyi Yu (PI), co-PI: L-P Wang. Amount $174,445, from 6/15/2015 – 5/31/2018.
3. NSF CBET1546644, REU-Bridging Particle-Resolved and Point-Particle Based Simulation for Turbulent Particle-Laden Flow Using New Heterogeneous High-Performance Computer. PI. L.-P. Wang. Amount $6,000, from 6/1/2016-11/30/2017.
4. NSF CBET-1235974, Bridging particle-resolved and point-particle based simulation for turbulent particle-laden flow using new heterogeneous high-performance computer (PI: L.-P. Wang; co-PIs, O. Ayala, Xiaoming Li; Collaborators: Guodong Jin of Chinese Academy of Sciences, David Richter, National Center for Atmospheric Research). Amount $359,861, from 9/1/2012 to 11/31/2017.
5. NSF AGS-1139743, Collaborative Research: Integrating models and observations to assess effects of turbulence on warm rain initiation (PIs Patrick Chung - UCSC, Lian-Ping Wang - UD). Amount $595,799 = $330,891 (UCSC) + $264,908 (UD), from 10/1/2012 to 9/30/2017.
Active International Collaboration Projects
1. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 11372275): Fully-resolved numerical simulations of particle-laden turbulent channel flows (PI: Prof. Zhaosheng Yu, Zhejiang University; International collaborator: Lian-Ping Wang). Amount: ¥760,000, from 01/01/2014 to 12/31/2017.
2. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 11272196): Laboratory study on cloud/haze-clear air interfacial turbulent mixing and its interaction with particles (PI: Professor Zhiming Lu, Shanghai University; International collaborator: Lian-Ping Wang). Funding Amount: ¥820,000 from 10/10/2013 to 12/31/2016.
3. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 11332006): Study of large-scale structures on their transport characteristics in complex turbulent systems (PI: Professor Yulu Liu, Shanghai University; International collaborator: Lian-Ping Wang). Funding Amount: ¥3,150,000 from 01/01/2014 to 12/31/2018.
1. Foundation of State Key Laboratory of Coal Combustion, Huazhong University of Science and Technilogy, China: Developing rigorous tools to simulate compressible turbulent particle-laden flows. PI: L.-P. Wang; co-PI: Zhaoli Guo. Amount: ¥100,000, from 1/1/2015 to 12/31/2015.
2. Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware Seed Fund: Development of a novel mesoscopic scheme for compressible multiphase flows. PI L-P Wang, Amount $25,000, 6/2015-5/2016, MEEG17s000.
3. Foundation of State Key Laboratory of Coal Combustion: Developing rigorous tools to simulate compressible turbulent particle-laden flows. PI: Lian-Ping Wang, co-PI: Zhaoli Guo. Amount: ¥100,000 from 1/2015 to 12/2015.
4. AFOSR FA9550-13-1-0213, Architecture and Programming Models for High Performance Interactive Computation. PI: Xiaoming Li; co-PIs: G.R. Gao and Lian-Ping Wang; collaborator: Jack B. Dennis (MIT). Amount $1,351,504, from 10/1/2013-3/30/2016, Wang’s portion is $224,882.
5. NSF CRI 0958512, II-New: System Acquisition for the Development of Scalable Parallel Algorithms for Scientific Computing (PI: S F Siegel; co-PIs: P B Monk, D M Swany, K Szalewicz; Senior Investigators: T.J. Hsu, J.T. Kirby, A.D. Kirwan, B L Lipphardt, B K Nikolic, L F Rossi, K Sarkar, B.D. Saunders, L-P Wang), $749,769 from 05/01/2010 – 04/30/2013.
6. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 11072247): The interaction between particle and turbulent flows in a vertical channel with a rough wall (PI: Guodong Jin of The State Key Laboratory of Nonlinear Mechanics, Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; co-PI: Wang). Amount: ¥380,000 from 1/2011 to 12/2013.
7. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 11072217): Studies of particle-fluid interactions in pipe and duct (PI: Prof. Zhaosheng Yu, Zhejiang University; International collaborator: Lian-Ping Wang). Amount: ¥400,000, from 01/01/2011 to 12/31/2013.
8. NSF CBET-0932686: Theoretical and experimental study of transport and retention of nanoparticles through subsurface porous media (PI: L.-P. Wang, co-PI: Yan Jin), $330,005 from 9/1/2009 to 8/31/2013, Wang’s portion $177,429.
9. NSF OCI-0904534 / 0904449: Collaborative Research: PetaApps: Enabling Multiscale Modeling of Turbulent Clouds on Petascale Computers (PIs: L.-P. Wang-UD and W.W. Grabowski-NCAR, co-PIs: Guang Gao, Chandra Kambhamettu, Xiaoming Li, Louis Rossi, A. Wyszogrodzki-NCAR). Amount $1,064,500 to UD and $300,000 to NCAR from 9/1/2009 to 8/31/2013.
10. JHU Applied Physics Lab contract, Towards a new modeling framework for simulating compressible particle-laden turbulent flows (PI: L-P Wang; co-PI: O Ayala), $9,001 from 05/01/2013 – 07/15/2013.
11. JHU Applied Physics Lab contract, Towards a new modeling framework for simulating compressible particle-laden turbulent flows (PI: O. Ayala; co-PI: L-P Wang), $55,000 from 10/01/2011 – 08/31/2012.
12. NASA EPSCoR: Development of a Delaware Center for Study of Space Radiation Effects: An EPSCoR research and education initiative (PI: W.H. Matthaeus of Physics and Astronomy, co-Is: D.J. Mullan, P. Evenson, J.C. Kasper, J. Clem, J.W. Bieber, L-P. Wang, P. Spampinato). Amount: $750,000 from 1/1/2009-12/31/2011.
13. USDA National Research Initiative Award (NRI-2008-02803): Effects Of 3-D Pore-Scale Flow Geometry and Surface Heterogeneity On Colloid Transport In Porous Media (PI: Y. Jin of Plant and Soil Sciences, co-PI: Wang). Amount: $243,000 from 9/2008-8/2011.
14. NSF ATM-0730766: Collaborative research: Turbulence enhanced droplet growth by collision-coalescence [PI: Wang (UD) and A. Aliseda (U. Washington), co-PI: W.W. Grabowski (NCAR)]. Amount: $534,186 from 12/1/2007 to 11/30/2011, Wang’s portion is $208,505.
15. NSF ATM-0527140: Turbulent collision-coalescence of cloud droplets and its impact on warm rain formation (PI: Wang, co-PI: W.W. Grabowski). Amount: $522,701 from 8/2005 to 7/2010.
16. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project No. 10628206): Multi-scale approach for turbulent collision-coalescence of cloud droplets in warm rain process (PI: Wang; Collaborator and co-PI: Dr. Guowei He, Director of The State Key Laboratory of Nonlinear Mechanics, Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences). Amount: ¥400,000 from 1/2007 to 12/2009.
17. USDA National Research Initiative Award (NRI-2006-02551): Colloid interfacial reactions in open microchannel representing unsaturated soil capillaries (PI: Y. Jin; co-PI: Wang). Amount: $96,001 from 9/2006 to 8/2008.
18. Schlumberger Technology Corporation, Texas: Simulating Fiber-in-Liquid Flows for DTS Technology with Lattice-Boltzmann Method (PI: Wang). Amount $56,001 from 8/2007-6/2009.
19. NCAR GTP/MMM Visitor Programs: Short-term visit support. Amount: $8,700 from January 2007 and summer 2007.
20. NCAR GTP Visitor Program: Short-term visit support. Amount: $3,654 from July to August 2006.
21. NCAR MMM Visitor Program: Short-term visit support. Amount: $2000, January, 2006.
22. NCAR (National Center for Atmospheric Research): Faculty Fellowship award. Amount: $27,014 from June to August 2005.
23. DOE: Fuel cell research at the University of Delaware (PIs: S.G. Advani and J. Chen, I am one of 8 co-PI’s). Amount: $966,000 from 6/2004 to 10/2005, Wang’s portion is $75,070.
24. NCAR MMM Visitor Program: Short-term visit support. Amount: $2000, January, 2005.
25. NCAR MMM Visitor Program: Short-term visit support. Amount: $3500, August, 2004
26. NSF ATM-0114100: Effects of turbulence on the collision-coalescence growth of cloud droplets (PI: Wang, co-PI: W.W. Grabowski). Amount: $289,739 from 6/2001 to 8/2005.
27. NCAR MMM Visitor Program: Long-term visit support. Amount: $7,000, January to March, 2003.
28. The Solarc Group: Vertical solar blinds. Amount: $11,000 from 9/2001 to 10/2002.
29. DOE / REL: Seed grant for participation in the Solar Decathlon”. Amount: $5,000 from 7/2001-10/2002.
30. Sustainable Development Fund: The Solar Decathlon project at the University of Delaware - Efficient use of solar energy in residential homes. Amount: $25,000 from 2/2002 to 10/2002.
31. State of Delaware Energy Office: UD Solar Decathlon. Amount: $5,000 from 7/2001 to 10/2002.
32. Dupont Center for Collaborative Research and Education: Solar Decathlon. Amount: $10,000 from 7/2001 to 10/2002.
33. NSF MRI ATM-9977692: Acquisition of an Avalon-Boewulf cluster and development of discipline specific parallel research tools (PI: W.H. Matthaeus, one of the 13 co-I’s). Amount: $500,000 from 10/1999 to 9/2002.
34. Institute of Energy Conversion, University of Delaware: Source modeling during thin Film Production. Amount $25,000 from 9/1/2000 to 8/31/2001.
35. Dupont Educational Aid Grant: Fine particle technology. Amount: $3,000 (unrestricted gift), 6/1999.
36. Dupont Educational Aid Grant: Simulation of gas-liquid flows. Amount: $8,000 (unrestricted gift), 6/2000.
37. NASA Langley: Comparison of spectral method and lattice-Boltzmann approach for turbulence simulation on a Beowulf cluster, Amount: $16,500, 6-8/2000.
38. Conectiv Power Delivery: CFD modeling of flows around combustion turbine exhaust structure. Amount: $35,845 from 6/1999 to 5/2000.
39. Los Alamos National Lab: High-resolution simulations and scaling similarities of turbulence, Amount: $10,000, 8/1998.
40. Los Amalos National Lab: Lattice-Boltzmann simulations of multiphase flows. Graduate Assistantship at $150,000 from 1/1/1997 to 12/31/1999.
41. IBM T.J. Watson Research Center and The State of Delaware: The effect of local hydrodynamic interactions on particle coagulative growth. Amount: $60,000 from 12/1996 to 6/1998.
42. University of Delaware Research Foundation: Lattice Boltzmann method for multiphase flows with phase transition. Amount: $30,000 from 6/1996 to 5/997.
43. IBM T.J. Watson Research Center: High performance simulations of complex turbulent flows. Amount: $55,000 (plus $30,000 matching from University of Delaware) from 1/1996 to 2/1997.
44. NIH SBIR Phase I: Air flow characterization in the pharynx and its relation to sleep apnea (Subcontract from Anatek Corp, with Santare, Prasad & Szeri). Amount: $51,330 from 10/1995 to 11/1996.
45. University of Delaware Research Foundation: Effects of turbulence microstructures on coagulational growth of cloud droplets. Amount: $29,831 from 6/1995 to 5/1996.