Education

Ph.D

Computational Fluid Dynamics in Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Florida State University(FSU), Summer, 1997, GPA 4.0/4.0.

Advisor: Professor C.J Chen(Dean of Engineering school), who proposed Finite Analytic Method in 1970s..

Thesis: Diagonal Cartesian Method for Modeling of Incompressible Flows over Complex Geometries.

Ph.D student

Computational Hydrodynamics in Dept. of Mechanical Engineering & IIHR ( A world-leading institute in hydrodynamics and hydraulics in the world) , University of Iowa, Feb. 1992-June 1993, GPA 3.86/4.0.

Advisor: Professor Fred Stern.

Passed Ph.D. qualifying exams, before transferring to Florida State University (Dr. C.J. Chen was chairman of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Iowa before he came to FSU as the Dean of College of Engineering in August, 1992).

Master of Science

Ship Hydrodynamics and Fluid Machinery in Dept. of Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture, Shanghai Jiaotong University(One of top ten universities with the premier research center in Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture, among more than 1000 universities in China) and MARIC(Marine Research and Design Institute of China, the leader of marine research and design in China), May 1988, GPA 3.75/4.0.

Thesis: Analytical and Experimental Investigation of Water-jet Propulsion Pumps and its Systems,

Advisor: Professor Zeng Songxian

Bachelor of Science

Fluid Machinery in Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University (The premier engineering universities in China, one of the most prestigious universities in China), July 1985, GPA 3.6/4.0.

Thesis: Finite Element Analysis of the Stream Surface and Meridional Planes of Mixed-flow Hydraulic Turbine Runners.

Advisor: Professor Lin Ruchang

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