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    船舶学院迎百年系列报告——水动力学研究的过去,现状和未来的展望
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    讲座题目水动力学研究的过去,现状和未来的展望

              英国纽卡斯尔大学工学院海洋科学技术系介绍

    讲座时间20191220日(周)上午1000-1200

    讲座地点功学楼G202

    主讲人介绍

    刘鹏飞,博士,注册职业工程师,美国船舶与轮机工程师协会会士,现任英国纽卡斯尔大学工学院海洋科学技术系海洋水动力学首席教授曾被加拿大纽芬兰纪念大学中国海洋大学中科院力学所哈尔滨工程大学澳洲塔斯马尼亚大学及哈尔滨工业(威海)多所大学和研究机构聘为客座教授1994年起为加拿大注册船舶工程师,1999年加入美国船舶也轮机工程师协会(SNAME),2019年晋升为会士刘鹏飞教授曾服务过国际技术委员会,担任过ITTC国际水池吊舱浆委员会委员和秘书国际海洋结构物大会ISSC的海洋再生能源委员会委员动态响应委员会委员和海洋空间利用委员会委员并于2008年被聘为湖北省楚天学者讲座教授,主要从事旋翼和直翼水动力学研究和设计优化的大型工程软件的开发,提供船舶推进系统和再生能源装置的研发原型设计和数值模拟工具优化工作,服务于教学科研和工业产品研发领域在旋翼和直翼水动力学应用于推进和再生能源领域合作发表期刊和会议论文120多篇。


            Pengfei Liu, F(SNAME), is currently a Professor of Marine Hydrodynamics, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne (NCL), UK. He served as an adjunct professors/researcher at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) since 2000, China Ocean University (2002-2005), Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (2005-2008), Harbin Ship Engineering University, China (2008-2010), University of Tasmania (UTAS), Australia (2013-2016), and Harbin Institute of Technology Weihai since 2017. Professor Liu was awarded Hubei Province Chou-Tian Scholar Chair Professor in 2008 at Wuhan University of Technology. Professor Liu has worked intensively for about 3 decades in the development of specialty propulsor and renewable energy software tools, experimental testing, teaching undergraduate and supervision of higher degrees by research. He is a professional engineer of Association of Professional Engineers of British Columbia (PEGBC), Canada and a member of various international academic committees, including the Board of Directors of Computational Fluid Dynamics Society of Canada (2001-2007), ITTC Azimuth Podded Propeller Committee 2002-2005, ISSC2006-092012-15 and 2015-18 Offshore Renewable Energy Committee, ISSC Ocean Space Utilization Committee 2018-2021. Professor Liu has co-authored over 120 refereed journal articles and conference papers in hydrodynamic/aerodynamic applications of rotary and oscillatory wings for propulsion and renewable energy.