题 目：Meshfree Methods: solids and structures, fluids and FSI
报 告 人：Professor G.R. Liu
单 位：University of Cincinnati，USA
时 间：2016年12月6日(周二) 上午9:00
Dr. Liu received PhD from Tohoku University, Japan in 1991. He was a PDF at Northwestern University, USA from 1991-1993. He is currently a Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar (State Endowed Chair) at the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, University of Cincinnati. He served as the School Faculty Chair the School of Aerospace Systems, University of Cincinnati. He also served as a Deputy Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the Director of the Centre for Advanced Computations in Engineering Science (ACES), National University of Singapore, and the President of the Association for Computational Mechanics, and President of the Asia-Pacific Association for Computational Mechanics. He is currently an Executive Council member of the International Association for Computational Mechanics. He authored a large number of international journal papers and books including two bestsellers: “Mesh Free Method: moving beyond the finite element method” and “Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics: a Meshfree Particle Methods.” He authored recently a new book on Smoothed Finite Element Methods that are now used for various types of problems. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Computational Methods, Associate Editor of the international technical journal Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering (IPSE) and Microfluidics and Nanofluidics (MANO), and served as an editorial member of five other journals including the IJNME. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Singapore Defence Technology Prize, NUS Outstanding University Researcher Award and Best Teacher Award, the APACM Computational Mechanics Awards, the JSME Computational Mechanics Awards, and the ASME Ted Belytschko Applied Mechanics Award, and Zienkiewicz Medal from APACM. He is listed as a world top 1% most influential scientist (Highly Cited Researchers) by Thomson Reuters in both 2014, 2015 and 2016, with SCI H-Index: ~58; Google Scholar H-Index: 83.