Ying HE

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Professor   Supervisor of Doctorate Candidates   Supervisor of Master's Candidates  

Title : 理化学研究所客座研究员

Honors and Titles : JSPS Invition Fellowship

Personal Profile

Dr He's current main research interest is to understand microcirculatiuon through modeling and in-vitro experimetnal methods, especially the microcirculation in diabetic mellitus. She has got a NSFC fund entitled "Research on the relationship between peripheral temperature oscillation and vasodilation function of endothelium". Her other research funds related to microcircultion include China-Japan, China-Russia cooperative research project, Dalian R&D program of science and technology, and Anhui Science foundation. She has developed an in-house IB-LBM analysis code to investigate red blood cell movement in bifurcated microvessels and in determined lateral displacement (DLD). The papers have been published in Biomedical Microdevices, IEEE Nanobioscience, Chin Phy Rev Let.et al.
Dr He's another research interest is multi-scale modeling of cardiovascular system including 1D modeling of arterial tree, image-based modeling of real geometric structures, in-vitro flow simulation of aneurysm in patient-specific model of circle of Willis, simulation of wall shear stress of aortic disection before tearing.

Education BackgroundMore>>

1996.4 1999.9

  • The University of Tokyo
  • ID937344
  • Doctoral Degree

1989.9 1992.4

  • Dalian Univeristy ofTechnology
  • Thermal Engineering
  • Master's Degree

1982.9 1985.6

  • The 1st High School of Luoyang

Work ExperienceMore>>

2013.9 Now
  • Dalian University of Technology
  • School of Energy and Engineering
  • Professor
2006.12 2013.9
  • University of Science and Technology of China
  • Department of Modern Mechanics,School of Engineering Science
  • Professor
1999.4 2006.12
  • Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN)
  • Computational Biomechanics Unit
  • Contract Researcher

Social Affiliations

2016.1 Now

  • 水动力学研究与进展编委

Research Focus

  • Biomechanics:1D modeling of cardiovascular system; RBC movement and deformation
  • simulation of boiling heat transfer

Research Group