• Fluid Mechanics
• Computational Fluid Dynamics
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Yang obtained his bachelor in Dalian University of Technology, China. Major in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Yang found himself of great interest in fluid mechanics and numerical modeling. He extended his interest in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and received his master in Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. His master thesis was finished in Maritime Research Institute Netherlands (MARIN), with a topic of the research on Vortex Induced Motion (VIM) of offshore platforms through CFD.
In 2017, Yang joined the Netherlands eScience Center. Serving as a PhD candidate, Yang works on the Blue Action project, under the EU Horizon 2020 Work Programme. The aim of the project is to gain more understanding about the Arctic weather and climate. Yang mainly focus on the atmospheric and oceanic energy transport towards the Arctic region. The access to high resolution numerical climate models and latest reanalysis datasets enables him to study the Arctic climate and improve the weather prediction.
Meanwhile, he also works in the Wageningen University (WUR).