Kingston University London
Jian Wang is the Professor of Aircraft Technology and research director in the school of Aerospace and Aircraft Engineering. He received the B Eng in solid mechanics at the National University of Defence Technology, China, in 1982. After working in the industry in China for nearly 10 years, He came to the UK in 1993 and completed his Ph.D. in 1998 at Cardiff University, where he worked as a research associate before moving to Cambridge University in a similar role. He was then a lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast before joining Kingston University In September 2009. Jian’s main research areas include renewable energy, structural design, vibro-acoustic and noise control, structure & flow interactions, and aircraft anti-icing. He has secured research funding from EPSRC, TSB, and Industry. He was awarded the 2010 Kenneth Harris James Prize by the Aerospace Division of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and the George Stephenson Prize from the IMechE. He is an Associate Fellow of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and Member of the Editorial Board for three international journals as well as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Aeronautical Engineering, Aeronautics, Aerospace, Aerospace Engineering, CFD Simulation, Computational Fluid Mechanics Design Engineering, Engineering Thermodynamics Engineering, Applied and Computational Mathematics. Finite Element Analysis Finite Element Method Fluid Mechanics Heat Transfer Industrial Engineering Mechanical Design Mechanical Engineering Renewable Energy and Space Power Solid Mechanics Systems Engineering Thermal Engineering