【能机学院】Learning from nature: Bio-inspired approach for enhanced phase change heat transfer

发布时间:2016-12-16来源:智能电网产学研合作开发中心浏览次数:10

讲座标题:【能机学院】Learning from nature: Bio-inspired approach for enhanced phase change heat transfer
主讲人:Zuankai Wang
讲座语言英语、中文
讲座时间:2016-12-21 14:00
讲座地点:奋进楼218会议室
主办单位:能源与机械工程学院
讲座内容:

Phase change is a classical thermodynamics process involving the phase transitions between liquid-vapor and solid. Over the past century, extensive efforts have been made in the understanding and controlling of  phase transition due to its beauty in science and potential applications in the energy saving and national security, power generation, cooling and environment. However, traditional designs are subject to fundamental constraints imposed by the complexity of the multiscale and multiphase process. Learning from nature provides us new insights, new concept, and new methodology to design new surface and new platform to achieve advanced functionalities which are not available using the traditional methods. In this talk, I will discuss our recent efforts in the developing a general bio-inspired approach that can fundamentally change the phase transitions for enhanced phase change heat transfer by controlling surface/interface morphology and chemistry.

主讲人简介:

Dr. Zuankai Wang is currently an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering at the City University of Hong Kong. He was awarded the Changjiang Chair Professor by Ministry of Education, China in 2016. He earned his Ph. D. degree in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2008. Dr. Wang won the Chinese Government Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad Award (2007), Materials Research Society (MRS) Graduate Student Silver Award (2007 Fall Meeting), President’s Award at the City University of Hong Kong (2016), Outstanding Youth Award conferred by the International Society of Bionic Engineering (2016), and OSA Young Scientist Award (2016). The students he supervised have won a number of prestigious

awards including the MRS Graduate Student Silver Award (2015 Spring Meeting), Hong Kong Young Scientist Award (2015), Hiwin Doctoral Dissertation Award (2016), and MRS Graduate Student Gold Award (2016 Fall Meeting).