Research Associate707 Engineering Research Building
1500 Engineering Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Mr. Wang's main research interests include computational fluid dynamics, multiphase flow and heat transfer, thermohydraulics and nuclear reactor safety, materials processing and manufacturing, thermal and stress analysis of structures, turbulence models and their applications, turbomachinery and fluids engineering, and higher-order numerical methods and partial differential equations. He is currently working with Professor M.L. Corradini on the improvements of TEXAS code and IFCI code and their applications to the simulations of IFCI processes with fuel oxidation (hydrogen generations).
In the meantime, with the Center for X-ray Lithography, Wang is working with Professor R.L. Engelstad on the thermal and stress analysis of X-ray lithography masks which are used in the development of advanced integrated circuits.
Before joining the WINS and the CXrL in 1996, Wang spent two years at University of California at Santa Barbara as a visiting scientist, four years as an associate professor and a lecturer at Tsinghua University in Beijing, and one and half years as a lecturer at Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan of China.
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