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WANG Lianping
Chair Professor
APS fellow,ASME fellow

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