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 L Q Wang

L Q Wang

Professor
The University of Hong Kong, Hongkong
Hongkong

Biography

Liqiu “Rick” Wang received his PhD from University of Alberta (Canada) and is currently a full professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the University of Hong Kong. He is also the Qianren Scholar (Zhejiang) and serves as the Director and the Chief Scientist for the Laboratory for Nanofluids and Thermal Engineering, Zhejiang Institute of Research and Innovation (HKU-ZIRI), the University of Hong Kong. He has over 30 years of university experience in thermal & power engineering, energy & environment, transport phenomena, materials, nanotechnology, biotechnology, and applied mathematics in Canada, China/Hong Kong, Singapore and the USA, and 2 years of industrial experience in thermal engineering and technology management. He has secured over 70 projects funded by diverse funding agencies and industries including the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, the National Science Foundation of China and the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, totaling > US$20m (excluding US$ 2.2 billion for AMS project). He has published 10 books/monographs and over 370 book chapters and technical articles, many of which have been widely used by researchers all over the world, and is ranked amongst the top 1% of most-cited scientists (ESI). He has also filed 22 patent applications and led an international team in developing a state-of-the-art thermal control system for the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) on the International Space Station. The AMS project is headed by Professor Samuel C C Ting (Nobel laureate in Physics, MIT, USA) and is to search for antimatter, dark matter and spectra of cosmic rays. He has presented over 50 invited plenary/keynote lectures at international conferences, and serves/served as the editor-in-chief for the Advances in Transport Phenomena, the editor for the Scientific Reports, the associate editor for the Current Nanoscience, the guest editor for the Journal of Heat Transfer, the Nanoscale Research Letters and the Advances in Mechanical Engineering, and serves on the editorial boards of 20 international journals. Liqiu “Rick” Wang received his PhD from University of Alberta (Canada) and is currently a full professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the University of Hong Kong. He is also the Qianren Scholar (Zhejiang) and serves as the Director and the Chief Scientist for the Laboratory for Nanofluids and Thermal Engineering, Zhejiang Institute of Research and Innovation (HKU-ZIRI), the University of Hong Kong. He has over 30 years of university experience in thermal & power engineering, energy & environment, transport phenomena, materials, nanotechnology, biotechnology, and applied mathematics in Canada, China/Hong Kong, Singapore and the USA, and 2 years of industrial experience in thermal engineering and technology management. He has secured over 70 projects funded by diverse funding agencies and industries including the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, the National Science Foundation of China and the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, totaling > US$20m (excluding US$ 2.2 billion for AMS project). He has published 10 books/monographs and over 370 book chapters and technical articles, many of which have been widely used by researchers all over the world, and is ranked amongst the top 1% of most-cited scientists (ESI). He has also filed 22 patent applications and led an international team in developing a state-of-the-art thermal control system for the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) on the International Space Station. The AMS project is headed by Professor Samuel C C Ting (Nobel laureate in Physics, MIT, USA) and is to search for antimatter, dark matter and spectra of cosmic rays. He has presented over 50 invited plenary/keynote lectures at international conferences, and serves/served as the editor-in-chief for the Advances in Transport Phenomena, the editor for the Scientific Reports, the associate editor for the Current Nanoscience, the guest editor for the Journal of Heat Transfer, the Nanoscale Research Letters and the Advances in Mechanical Engineering, and serves on the editorial boards of 20 international journals. Liqiu “Rick” Wang received his PhD from University of Alberta (Canada) and is currently a full professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the University of Hong Kong. He is also the Qianren Scholar (Zhejiang) and serves as the Director and the Chief Scientist for the Laboratory for Nanofluids and Thermal Engineering, Zhejiang Institute of Research and Innovation (HKU-ZIRI), the University of Hong Kong. He has over 30 years of university experience in thermal & power engineering, energy & environment, transport phenomena, materials, nanotechnology, biotechnology, and applied mathematics in Canada, China/Hong Kong, Singapore and the USA, and 2 years of industrial experience in thermal engineering and technology management. He has secured over 70 projects funded by diverse funding agencies and industries including the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, the National Science Foundation of China and the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, totaling > US$20m (excluding US$ 2.2 billion for AMS project). He has published 10 books/monographs and over 370 book chapters and technical articles, many of which have been widely used by researchers all over the world, and is ranked amongst the top 1% of most-cited scientists (ESI). He has also filed 22 patent applications and led an international team in developing a state-of-the-art thermal control system for the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) on the International Space Station. The AMS project is headed by Professor Samuel C C Ting (Nobel laureate in Physics, MIT, USA) and is to search for antimatter, dark matter and spectra of cosmic rays. He has presented over 50 invited plenary/keynote lectures at international conferences, and serves/served as the editor-in-chief for the Advances in Transport Phenomena, the editor for the Scientific Reports, the associate editor for the Current Nanoscience, the guest editor for the Journal of Heat Transfer, the Nanoscale Research Letters and the Advances in Mechanical Engineering, and serves on the editorial boards of 20 international journals.

Research Interest

Nanotechnology