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2017 GTC San Jose

Wei Ge

Professor, Institute of Process Engineering

Speaker Bio

Wei Ge is a professor at the Institute of Process Engineering in Beijing. Wei is mainly engaged in multi-scale simulation of multi-phase systems, including fluidization, micro-/nano-flow and transport, granular and porous media flows. As project leader, he developed the Mole series multi-scale supercomputing systems to bridge simulations of molecular details to reactor performance. Wei is now working on virtual process engineering, trying to establish digital counterparts of real engineering processes through accurate realtime simulation and interactive realistic visualization on supercomputers. He has been the principal investigator of the GCOE at CAS-IPE. He is the author of over 140 journal papers and five monographs. He won the Outstanding Youth in Basic Science Award of Zhou Guangzhao Foundation, the P&G Outstanding Youth in Particuology, and the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. He is associate editor of Chemical Engineering Science and director of the State Key Laboratory of Multi-Phase Complex Systems.

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