关于举办加拿大皇后大学范迪夏助理教授学术讲座的通知
发布时间: 2021-11-16

题目:面向下一代航空/海洋勘探开发的智慧流体力学:一个“懒惰”流体力学家的自白

Intelligent Fluid Mechanics for Next-Generation Aerial/Marine Exploration and ExploitationA confession by a “lazy” fluid mechanist.

时间:20211119日周五10001100

地点:腾讯会议 ID42265298356

腾讯直播间:https://meeting.tencent.com/l/QALGLWoVMAcS

报告人:范迪夏(加拿大皇后大学,机械与材料工程系)

范老师官方主页:https://me.queensu.ca/People/Fan/index.html

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土木与交通学院

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报告人简介:

范迪夏,2013年毕业于上海交通大学,获得船舶、海洋与土木工程专业学士学位,随后分别在2016年和2019年于美国麻省理工学院获得机械工程硕士(2016)和博士学位。他目前是加拿大皇后大学的助理教授,指导i4-FSI实验室(智能化、信息化、综合性、跨学科流固耦合)同时也是麻省理工学院海洋资助计划的研究科学家和美国航运局(ABS) 的研究员。范老师于2019年在麻省理工创立“粉红教练实验室”,该实验室拥有世界上第一个智能船模试验池(ITT)。他将于2022年初,回国加盟西湖大学,担任助理教授。他的主要研究方向集中在面向海洋和航空航天应用的物理信息(和信息化)机器学习和涡流控制及传感的仿生设计。他最近刚荣获麻省理工学院的 de Florez 奖和石油工程师协会 (SPE)  Nico van Wingen奖,他的成果被多家媒体报道,其中包括《探索》杂志40周年纪念册的封面。更多详情请参阅https://me.queensu.ca/People/Fan/index.html

 

Dixia Fan obtained his Ph.D. (2019) and MSc (2016) from MIT Mechanical Engineering and BSc (2013) from Shanghai Jiaotong University Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering. He is currently an assistant professor at Queens University, a research scientist at MIT Sea Grant Initiative and the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) research fellow. In 2022, He will join Westlake University as an assistant professor. He founded the MIT “lab of pink coach” in 2019, featuring the world's first intelligent towing tank (ITT) and is in charge of the i4-FSI lab at Queen's University (intelligent, informational, integrative, and interdisciplinary fluid-structure interaction). His research interests focus on physics-informed (and -informative) machine learning and bio-inspired design of vortical flow control and sensing for marine and aerospace applications. Recently he has been awarded the de Florez prize from MIT and the Nico van Wingen prize from Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), and his work has been featured in multiple media, including the cover page of the 40 years anniversary of the Discover Magazine.

 

报告摘要:

流体运动在我们的环境和工业过程中随处可见,并且在人类能源消耗中占据很大部分,例如推动飞机和船舶。然而,由于流体相关问题固有的时空非线性和多尺度性,我们对流动运动的理解和控制仍然有限。在本次演讲中,范教授将讨论自动化科学和智能仿生设计如何为流固耦合 (FSI) 研究提供潜在的范式转变,并有助于创建下一代海洋和航空航天应用,以安全、高效、环保地探索和开发我们的资源。他将提供两个例子:1) 构建海洋立管涡激振动监测数字孪生系统工作的一部分:世界上第一个智能船模试验池的发展,以及 2) 新型空海两栖飞行器扑翼的涡流控制和传感。最后,范教授将以其对创建未来智能流体力学研究的见解结束他的演讲。

Fluid motions can be seen everywhere in our environmental and industrial processes and account for a big part of the human energy consumption that, for example, propels aircraft and ships. However, our understanding and control of the flow motion are still limited due to the inherent spatial and temporal non-linearity and multiscality of fluid-related problems. In this talk, I will discuss how automated science and intelligent bio-inspired design may provide a potential paradigm shift in fluid-structure interaction (FSI) research and can help create next-generation marine and aerospace applications to explore and exploit our resource safely, efficiently and environmental-friendly. I will provide two examples: 1) the development of the world's first intelligent towing tank as part of an effort to construct a digital twin for marine riser vortex-induced vibration monitoring, and 2) the vortical flow control and sensing of flapping wings for novel dual aerial/aquatic vehicles. Finally, I will close my talk with my humble vision of creating future intelligent fluid mechanics research.