Dean, Graduate School, Peking University, Dean, College of Engineering, Peking University,
"National Thousand Talents Recipient" Award Recipient
Areas of Research:
Statistical theory and computation of fluid turbulence; Mesoscopic physics and lattice Boltzmann computational Methods;
Molecular dynamics and granular flows; Computational fluid dynamics and numerical analysis; Micro-and Nano-fluids; Flow through porous media and environmental sciences
Nonlinear dynamics and applied mathematics; Large scale computing and parallel algorythm; Multiscale Phenomena and Computational Methods
Selected Published Articles and Works:
Shiyi Chen, Xiaoyi He and Lishi Luo, Lattice Boltzmann method for multiphase flows. Computational Methods for Multiphase Flow. Cambridge Press, 2006.
1. Z. Xiao, M. Wan, S. Chen and G. Eyink. "Physical mechanism of the inverse energy cascade of two dimensional turbulence: a numerical investigation." J. Fluids Mechanics 619 (2009): 1-44.
2. Ri-kui Zhang, Feng Mao, Jie-Zhi Wu, Shiyi Chen, Yu Lin Wu and Shu Hong Liu. "Characteristics and Control of the Draft-Tube Flow in Part-Load Francis Turbine." J. Fluids Engineering 131. 2 (2009): 021101 (13 pages).
3. Z. Xia, K. W. Connington, S. Rapaka, P. Yue, J. J. Feng & S. Chen. "Flow Patterns in the sedimentation of an elliptical particle." J. Fluid Mechanics (2009) (In Press).
4. Kevin Connington, Qinjun Kang, Hari Viswanathan, Amr Abdel-Fattah and Shiyi Chen. "Peristaltic Particle Transport using the Lattice Boltzmann Method." Physics of Fluids (2009) (In Press).
5. Yipeng Shi, Zuoli Xiao and Shiyi Chen. "Constrained subgrid scale stress model for large eddy simulation." Physics of Fluids 20 (2008): 011701
(For a complete list of Articles published please contact GEDC secretariat)
Awards and Accomplishments:
Alonzo G. Decker Jr. Chair in Engineering and Science, November, 2005
Fellow, Institute of Physics, England, 2004 - Present
Outstanding Young Researcher Award, National Science Foundation of China, 2001-2004
Chang - Jiang Professor, Peking University, Awarded by the Ministry of Education, PRC, 2000-2005
Fellow Prize, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1998
External Honor Recognition Award, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
Fellow, American Physical Society, 1995
Research and Development Magazine Award for the 100 Most Significant, Technical Products of the Year, 1994
Ph.D. in Mechanics, Peking University, July, 1984 - June, 1987
M.S. Mechanics, Peking University, January, 1982 - July, 1984
B.S. Mechanics, Zhejiang University, China, January, 1978 - January, 1982