- Oct: Our paper has been listed as No.1 of most cited articles published in Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science in the last 3 year (see paper from the journal).
- Jun: Dr Tian was invited to be an Associate Editor of Journal of Fluids and Structures. Xueyu has submitted his PhD thesis - A fantastic achievement for him.
- Mar: The SMC Camberra chapter was awarded the IEEE Outstanding SMCS Chapter Award, which was chaired by A/Prof Fang-Bao Tian, Dr Huadong Mo and A/Prof Daoyi Dong. This is an excellent achievement by the cohesive work of IEEE ACT Section.
- Jan: Dr Tian was promoted to Associate Professor.
- Dec: Dr Fang-Bao Tian was awarded Outstanding Volunteer Award by IEEE ACT Section.
- Sept: AIS aproved a further support of $120k to develop fluid dynamics solver for sport-related complex flows.
- May: Our paper published in Inst. Mech. Eng. C J. Mech. Eng. Sci. has been identified as one of the Most Cited Articles (see paper from the journal). Here is the screen snapshot:
- May: Three gentes, Nathan Widdup, Mohammed Fouad Kamel Ibrahim and Ramyar Rahimi, joined us as PhD candidates. They will work on FSI topics by using IBM.
- Feb: We announced our output of AIS project: SuperSportFlow, which is a novel CFD software for modelling sport-related flows.
- Nov: Our work has been featured by Australian science news site, Particle (see details from the web).
- Sept: Ms Fei Chai, Mr Omar Aref and Mr Mohammad Ghaffari joined us as PhD candidates via remote enrollment.
- Jul: Dr Methma RAJAMUNI joined us as a Research Associate working on fluid-structure-acoustics interaction of flapping wings.
- Apr: AIS approved $100k to further support our research in modelling of sport-related fluid dynamics and FSI.
- Feb: A case study of our work has been made by Pawsey (see details from the web). Mr Bruce Jin joined us as a PhD student working on IB-LBM simulation of FSI within turbulence boundary layer.
- Jan: Dr Bo YIN from Institute of Mechanics, CAS joined us as a Visiting Fellow.