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Dr. Jie Feng
Jie Feng is Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Science & Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He obtained his Ph.D. in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University under the guidance of Prof. Howard A. Stone, and did his postdoctoral research with Prof. Robert Prud’homme in Chemical & Biological Engineering at Princeton University before joining the University of Illinois in 2019. He received the Gordon Wu Prize for Excellence and Wallace Memorial Honorific Fellowship for exceptional promise in research from Princeton University in 2016.
Dr. Bingqiang Ji
Ph.D. Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics
Tsinghua University, 2019
B.S. Thermal and Power Engineering
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 2014
I am interested in the fluid mechanics in interfacial phenomena related to energy, environment, and biology. Now I am working on the dynamics of oil-coated bubble impacting a complex interface for understanding oily aerosol transportation from marine, and foam dynamics for oil-enhanced firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph.D. student Mechanical Science and Engineering, 2017-
M.E. Mechanical Engineering,
IISc Bangalore, 2016
B.E. Mechanical Engineering,
YMCA University, 2014
Research focus: I am interested in the mechanics of vesicle encapsulation for effective and controlled delivery. By employing both theoretical modeling and experimental manipulations, I approach this challenge from multiple complementary email@example.com
Ph.D student Mechanical Science and Engineering, 2019-
M.S. Mechanical Science and Engineering,
B.S. Mechanical Science and Engineering,
Research focus: I work on developing Flash-NanoPrecipitation platform for bioengineering nanoparticles and liposomes for agrochemical delivery and control release.
Ph.D student in Mechanical Science and Engineering, 2020-
B.E. Engineering Mechanics,
Tsinghua University, 2019
Research focus: I am interested in dynamics of bubbles and drops in complex fluids. I mainly work on the bubble bursting process, especially the droplets produced by bubble bursting and the pinching-off of liquid films and jets.
B.S. Mechanical Engineering,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2022
Research focus: I am currently working with Dr Bingqiang Ji on investigating the formation of oil-coated bubbles at co-axial offices, with a focus on the control and prediction of the oil fraction, and the pinch-off dynamics of the compound firstname.lastname@example.org