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陈十一  (院士,浙大求是讲座教授)

陈十一,男,汉族,1956年10月生,浙江天台人,中国科学院院士,现任南方科技大学校长。北京大学终身讲席教授、北京大学工学院首任院长、北京大学科学与工程计算中心主任;国家特聘专家称号,曾任长江学者特聘教授,美国Los Alamos国家实验室fellow;国家杰出青年基金(B)获得者,美国物理学会fellow,英国物理学会fellow, Johns Hopkins 大学Alonzo G. Decker Jr. Chair in Engineering and Science, 曾任系主任。两次获得美国研究和发展杂志年度100奖。1998年获得美国Los Alamos国家实验室Fellow奖;1997年获IBM T.J. Watson 研究中心External Recognition Award; 1990年获Los Alamos国家实验室Oppenheimer Fellow 奖;1994年获Los Alamos国家实验室杰出成就, 1988年获Los Alamos 国家实验室Outstanding Research Award。

   
Nhan Phan-Thien (澳大利亚科学院院士,浙大求是讲座教授)

Nhan Phan-Thien started his academic career in 1978 as a Lecturer at the University of Newcastle, Australia. In 1991 he was appointed to a Personal Chair in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Sydney. He was the founding Head of BioEngineering Division at NUS, 2001-2004. Currently he is a Professor in Mechanical Engineering at NUS. He was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science in 1999, the European Academy of Science in 2002, and the Asean Academy of Engineering and Technology in 2016. He published more than 350 technical papers and five books. He was awarded the 2003 Centenary Medal by the Australian Governor General, for service to Australian society and science in Mechanical Engineering, the 1997 Gordon Bell Prize, for Parallel Algorithm in the Price-Performance category, by the Computer Division IEEE, the 1997 Australian Society of Rheology Medal, the 1982 Edgeworth David Medal by the Royal Society of New South Wales.

   
Colm-cille Caulfield (剑桥大学教授,浙大兼任教授,APS Fellow)

Professor Caulfield is interested in working as part of such diverse teams to study various fluid flows in the environment, particularly in cases where density differences play a dynamical role. Of course, density differences, (due to temperature or composition variation) are ubiquitous in the environment. Understanding the fundamental properties of the associated fluid dynamics is key to ensuring sustainable human activity. To name just three important examples, understanding how density differences affect fluid flows can allow strategies to be developed to model the climate system, to deal with the dispersion of pollutants, or to minimise energy consumption within buildings.

http://www.bpi.cam.ac.uk/user/colm

   
Howard Hu(宾夕法尼亚大学教授,浙大兼任教授,APS Fellow)

Howard's expertise is in computational fluid dynamics. His research focus is on modeling complex flows involving multiphase and polymeric fluids, particularly flows with solid particles, liquid drops, and gas bubbles. His group has been developing numerical techniques for simulating motions of large numbers of particles in those multiphase systems. They are engaged in understanding and controlling the particulate flows in various microfluidic applications through electrophoresis and dielectrophoresis.

http://www.seas.upenn.edu/directory/profile.php?ID=38