19th International Symposium on Flow Visualization ISFV 19
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Prof. KC Kim, Pusan National University, Korea
Prof. KC Kim received his BA degree at Pusan National University, Korea in 1979. He received MS and Ph.D degree at KAIST, Korea in 1981 and 1987 respectively. Since 1983, he is a professor at School of Mechanical Engineering in Pusan National University (PNU), Korea. He was invited as a visiting professor from Ottawa University in Canada for 1989-1990. He joined at the department of theoretical and applied mechanics in University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA as an invited professor for 1996-1997. He was invited as a special foreign professor from the University of Tokyo, Japan for 2009-2010. On the basis of his research outcomes, he received the outstanding paper awards (1995, 2002) from KSME and KOSEF. In 2009 and 2016, he received the Academic award and the first Yeosong award from KSME. He received Nakayama award in 2012 and Asanuma award in 2014 based on contributions in world Visualization society. KC Kim was selected as a PNU Distinguished Professor in 2018. In 2019, he received Busan Science and Technology award. He is currently serving as an Editor in Chief for Journal of Visualization. In 2020, he was selected as the director of Regional Leading Research Center for Eco-friendly Smart Ship. His research interests include: Turbulence, Two-Phase Flows, Flow Visualization, and Artificial Intelligence.
   
Prof. Fulvio Scarano, TU Delft, the Netherlands
Fulvio Scarano graduated in Aerospace Engineering at University of Naples (1996). He obtained the Ph.D. in 2000 (von Karman Institute, Theodor von Karman prize) and joined TU Delft at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering in the Aerodynamics Section in the same year.He became the full professor of Aerodynamics in 2008 and the starting director of Aerospace Engineering Graduate School in 2012. He is currently head of the AWEP department (Aerodynamics, Wind Energy, Flight Performance and Propulsion) and Deputy Dean of Aerospace Engineering. He was the recipient of Marie-Curie grant (1999), Aerothermodynamics for Launchers Award (ESA-2011), Dutch Science Foundation VIDI grant (2005) and of two European Research Council grants (ERC, 2009 and 2014). He served as European project coordinator of AFDAR (Advanced Flow Diagnostics for Aeronautical Research, 2010-2013). He is the author of more than 200 scientific publications and co-author of the book PIV - a practical guide, delivered more than 25 international keynote lectures, supervised and promoted more than 30 PhDs. He was former European editor of Measurement Science and Technology. He is a member of several scientific boards of international conferences and journals, ISFV, ISPIV, LISBON, Experiments in Fluids, JFM, PoF, among others. His research interests include development of particle image velocimetry (PIV) and its applications to high-speed aerodynamics in the supersonic and hypersonic regime including turbulent compressible flow phenomena.
   
Prof. Dr. Andreas Schröder, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Prof. Dr. Andreas Schröder is senior scientist and group leader for PIV and STB at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Aerodynamics and Flow Technology in Göttingen, Germany. His research interests are the development and application of imaged-based measurement techniques for aerodynamic, -elastic and -acoustic research and turbulent flow diagnostics using Stereo and 3D PIV, BOS and 3D Lagrangian Particle Tracking (Shake-The-Box). Furthermore he is working on surface deformation measurement techniques using the Projected Pattern Correlation technique. He received his PhD degree from the Georg-August University in Göttingen in 2001 with a research work on non-linear stages of transitional boundary layer flows. Since 2002 he is organizing the international PIV Course http://pivcourse.dlr.de and since 2012 he is general manager of MOTAR, a DLR-ONERA cooperation on optical metrology for aerospace research. He is presently coordinator of the H2020 European project HOMER (2018 -2022) and was coordinator of the FP5 European project PIVNET 2 (2004-2006) and the DLR project SAMURAI (2012 -2014). He received several awards in recent years, including the 2010 STAB Research Award, 2010 AIAA Outstanding Paper Award in Ground Testing Technology, 2016 STAB Research Award and the DLR Science Award 2017. In 2019 he became an endowed professor at the Brandenburg Technical University (BTU) in Cottbus, Germany.
   
Prof. Hui Hu, Iowa State University, United States
Dr. Hui Hu is the Martin C. Jischke Professor of Aerospace Engineering at Iowa State University. He received his BS and MS degrees in Aerospace Engineering from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (BUAA) in China, and a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tokyo in Japan. His recent research interests include advanced flow diagnostics; aircraft icing physics and anti-icing/de-icing technology; wind turbine aerodynamics and rotorcraft aeromechanics; liquid fuel atomization and spray flow characterization; film cooling and thermal management of gas turbines; micro-flows and micro-scale heat transfer in microfluidics. Dr. Hu is an ASME Fellow and AIAA Associate Fellow, and is serving as an editor of “Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science-Elsevier” and an associate editor of “ASME Journal of Fluid Engineering”. Dr. Hu received several prestigious awards in recent years, including 2006 NSF-CAREER Award, 2007 Best Paper in Fluid Mechanics Award (Measurement Science and Technology, IOP Publishing), 2009 AIAA Best Paper Award in Applied Aerodynamics, 2012 Mid-Career Achievement in Research Award of Iowa State University, 2013 AIAA Best Paper Award in Ground Testing Technology, and 2014 Renewable Energy Impact Award of Iowa Energy Center.
   
Prof. Yue Yang, Peking University, China
Yue Yang received BE degree from Zhejiang University in 2004, MS degree from the Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007, and PhD degree from California Institute of Technology in 2011, then he was sponsored by the CEFRC Fellowship for postdoc research at Princeton University and Cornell University. Yang joined the Department of Mechanics and Engineering Science in College of Engineering, Peking University in 2013, and was promoted to full professor in 2020. He received the “National Distinguished Young Researcher” award from NSFC, "Xplorer Prize" from Tencent, and “Qiu Shi Outstanding Young Scholar Award”. His research interests include turbulence, transition, and combustion.
   
Prof.Shinichiro Ito(伊藤慎一郎),Kogakuin University,Japan
Prof.Shinichiro Ito is the president of Kogakuin University and the Visualization Society of Japan. He received Ba., Ma. and Ph. D. from Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tokyo. He became professor in the Department of Mechanical engineering at Kogakuin University in 2009. He is a fellow of Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, and served as the first Chairman of Sports Engineering and Human Dynamics Division (2014-15). He also served as the first President of the Society of Aero-Aqua Biomechanism (2010-12). His research focuses on sports fluid mechanics and animal fluid mechanmics. He won the Best Conference Award at the 9th World symposium on Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming.