Comparative Scaling of Birds and Aircraft;
Avian Wing Geometry and Kinematics;
Investigating the Aerodynamics of a Slow-Flying Bat by Direct Numerical Simulation
时间：8月20日 （周二） 上午 9：00 – 11：30
地点： 谈古斋 （602）
报告一：Comparative Scaling of Birds and Aircraft
报告二：Avian Wing Geometry and Kinematics
Tianshu Liu is currently a professor in aerodynamics in Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in Western Michigan University (WMU), Michgan in the United States. Before joining WMU, he was a research scientist in NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. He received a Ph.D. in aeronautics and astronautics from Purdue University in 1996. His research areas include experimental, applied and theoretical aerodynamics, image-based measurement technqiues for various physical quantities in aerodynamics and fluid mechanics, flapping flight, flow control, and turbulence.
报告三： Investigating the Aerodynamics of a Slow-Flying Bat by Direct Numerical Simulation
主讲： Shizhao Wang
Shizhao Wang is an Assistant Professor at Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Dr. Wang received his B. Eng degree in Naval Architecture from Harbin Engineering University in 2006, and M.S. & Ph.D in Fluid Dynamics both from the Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2008 and 2011, respectively. Dr Wang has been working on the development of robust direct numerical simulation (DNS) techniques and parallel computing in fluid dynamics. His current research emphasis is at the DNS of flows in biological systems.