International Conference on Progress in Fluid Dynamics and Simulation:
Celebrating the 60th Birthday Anniversary of Tony Wen-Hann Sheu

▲Celebrating the 60th Birthday Anniversary of Tony Wen-Hann Sheu

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About Tony
Tony Wen Hann Sheu (許文翰)

Tony Wen Hann Sheu (許文翰) graduated from School of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue university. Before his graduation, he worked in TechAnalysis in Indianapolis for nine months. After earning a Ph. D degree under the supervision of Prof. Akin Ecer in 1987 for a thesis devoted to the three dimensional pseudo variational finite element model for the simulation of incompressible Navier -Stokes fluid flow cast in Clebsch variables. Due to his passion to mathematical and engineering research contents, after his graduation from National Taiwan university, he went directly to Northwestern university at Evanston in Chicago for his master study in Engineering Science and Applied Mathematics under the supervision of academic advisor Stephen H. Davis working on the topics of mathematical combustion using the asymptotic and perturbation method. The courses taken in Northwestern university (three-quarter Mathematical Physics (Stephen H. Davis), three-quarter mathematical combustion (B.J. Matkowsky & M. Matalon) and finite element method (T. Belytschko and W. K. Liu)) and the course taught by J. D. Hoffman in Purdue university enlarged his vision on multidisciplined subjects, strengthened his mathematical ability, and established good foundation for his research career on scientific computing.

He came back to National Taiwan University (NTU) in 1987 and started his academic career at the College of Engineering of Department of Engineering Science and Ocean Engineering. In 2012, he was invited to joint the Institute of Applied Mathematical Science (NTU) as the adjoint professor, deputy director of the Center of Quantum Science and Engineering (2009-2012) and the deputy director of Center for Advanced Studies in Theoretical Science (2012-date) for promoting multidiscipline studies in National Taiwan University. In 1990-2000, he has been the part-time chief consultant of TECO for thermal management and noise reduction and software consultant of DynaTech for CFX, ICEM-CFD and StarCD etc. His research covers a wide range of areas thanks to his applied mathematics training and consultant experience in States as well as in Taiwan. In the past 27 years, he has published more than 170 international journal articles distributed in the categories of (1)computational physics, scientific computing, biomedicine for fluid flow and heat transfer; (2)electromagnetic waves based on the finite element, finite volume and finite difference methods. Because of his excellent academic performance, he has earned three consecutive distinguished research awards from National Science Council (now Ministry of Science and Technology) and Taiwan-France research award in 2012. In NTU, he has been appointed as the life time university professor. He was also invited to be the editorial board members of six international journals.

Before his retirement, he will continue the research works he did in the past two decades. He will in particular devote his time to the construction of a surgical planning platform for ablating liver tumor by high-intensity focused ultrasound, model development and simulation for the Chinese medicine known as the acupuncture and moxibustion, and the linkage between Painleve equations and integrable equations, such as the Camassa-Holm, Degasperis-Procesi, Maxwell’s and nonlinear cubic Schrődinger equations, and the long-time asymptotic behaviors of these integrable equations.


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▲Celebrating the 60th Birthday Anniversary of Tony Wen-Hann Sheu


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