苗海燕 博士,副教授,博士生合作导师
Dr Haiyan Miao
Associate Professor
  

Education

2001   Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, 
          The University of New South Wales, Australia
1997   M.E. in Mechanical Engineering, 
          Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
1994   B.E. in Mechanical Engineering, 
          Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
     
 


地址: 西安交通大学 能源与动力工程学院 汽车系 
邮编: 710049
Address: School of Energy and Power Engineering
             Xi’an Jiaotong University
             28 Xian Ning West Road
             Xi’an, Shaanxi China 710049
Phone (O):86-29-82668726
FAX:       86-29-82668789
Email:hymiao@mail.xjtu.edu.cn
Aim

Transportation is closely related to our daily life. Until now, most passenger cars and ships are powered by internal combustion engines. Because of the oil crisis and environment concerns, it is very important to improve fuel injection systems, optimise existing engines for higher fuel efficiency and lower emission levels, searching suitable alternative fuels, and developing innovative power generation systems. On the other hand, over the past decade, the rapid development of computer has made numerical modeling a powerful design tool. However, it only helps at certain extend. Fundamental understanding of spray, jet and combustion is crucial in providing engineers with more reliable and accurate predicting results. While carrying out research in these fields, I see myself both as a pure scientist contributing to fluid mechanics, thermal engineering and development of next generation power systems and as an applied scientist following through to the application of these technologies. I believe that applications are a useful driver for innovation in technologies. 

                                                                                      In theory, there is no difference
                                                                                      between theory and practice.
                                                                                      In practice, however, there is
                                                                                                                           - Unknown
Work Experience

2005.8-2005.9    Visiting Scholar, School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Machatronic Engineering,
                         The University of Sydney, Australia.
2005-present      Associate Professor, School of Energy and Power Engineering, 
                         Xi’an Jiaotong University, China.
2004                  Visiting Research Associate, 
                         The University of New South Wales, Australia.
2001-2003          JSPS Research Fellow, Kinki University, Japan.
                         Visiting Researcher, Spray and Combustion Laboratory, 
                         University of Hiroshima, Japan.
Professional Service

中国内燃机学会 油品与清洁燃料分会委员
中国内燃机学会 汽油机煤气机分会委员

Committee member of Division of Gasoline Engine in the Society of Internal Combustion Engine, China (2006-present)
Committee member of Division of Alternative Fuel and Fuel Quality in the Society of Internal Combustion Engine, China (2007-present)
Expert of international standing for Australian Research Council (ARC) (2005-present)
Referee for National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) (2005-present)
Reviewer for international journal of “Applied Thermal Engineering” (2006-present)

Awards

2007
Scientific and Technological Progressive Award, Shaanxi Provincial Government, China
Scientific and Technological Progressive Award, Department of Education, Shaanxi, China

2001-2003
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS 日本学术振兴会), Japan

1999
Scientific and Technological Progressive Award, Shaanxi Provincial Government, China

1998
Scientific and Technological Progressive Award, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

1997      
西安交通大学优秀毕业研究生
1994-97 Outstanding Postgraduate Scholarship, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
1990-93 Outstanding Undergraduate Scholarship, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China,