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Dr. Haiou Wang obtained his bachelor’s degree in Energy and Environment System Engineering, Zhejiang University, in 2009 and PhD degree in Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics, Zhejiang University, in 2014. He received the Best PhD Thesis Award of Zhejiang University for his thesis titled “Direct numerical simulations of complex multiphase turbulent combustion”. Since July 2014, he worked as a postdoc at University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia, under the supervision of Prof. Evatt Hawkes at UNSW and Dr. Jacqueline Chen at Sandia National Labs, America. He is currently working at Zhejiang University under the “100 Talents Program”.  His research focuses on fundamentals and applications of combustion energy. He published more than 30 papers in high-quality international journals such as Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Combustion and Flame, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute,and Physics of Fluids. He is an invited reviewer for many international journals such as Combustion and Flame, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, and Journal of Aerosol Science. He has been a Chief Investigator or Co-investigator in many grants including those for supercomputer resource allocations. He has been a Co-supervisor or Joint Supervisor of 7 PhD students at UNSW. He received many awards including Chu Kochen Award of Zhejiang University, National Scholarship for Graduate, Chunghua Wu Award for outstanding student, Graduation with Honour, Provincial Excellent Graduate, and Outstanding Communist Party Member of Zhejiang University.

Research work

Turbulent combustion; Multiphase flows; Direct numerical simulation; Large eddy simulation; Solar Energy