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The MES is the first batch of national primary discipline doctorate granting units, and now has one National Base of Fostering Talents in Basic Science (Mechanics), one first-level key discipline of The Ministry of Education (called Mechanics), three second-level key disciplines (Fluid mechanics, Solid Mechanics, General Mechanics and Foundation of Mechanics). The MES has The State Key Laboratory for Turbulence and Complex Systems, MOE Key Laboratory of High Energy Density Physics Numerical Simulation, one Creative Research Groups of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and two Innovative Team of The Ministry of Education. The MES has five divisions including Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, Engineering Mechanics, Biomechanics and Medical Engineering, and Dynamics and Control, and one Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The research directions of five divisions include:

Fluid Mechanics:

  • Turbulence: fundamentals, modeling and large-eddy simulation (LES) of turbulent flows, laminar-turbulent transition, Lagrangian studies and multi-scale geometric analysis of turbulence;
  • Computational fluid dynamics methods: structure ensemble dynamics (SED) theory, semiconductor carrier transport models and simulation;
  • Aerodynamics: internal and external flow aerodynamics, flow control, combustion;
  • Environmental and biological fluid mechanics.

Members:Qingdong CaiGuoqian ChenShiyi ChenZheng ChenCeji FuZhi LiZhensu SheYipeng ShiWeidong SuJianjun TaoJianping WangZuoli XiaoYue Yang

Solid Mechanics:

  • Micro/nano-mechanics, mechanics and physics of complex materials;
  • Mechanics of smart materials and structures;
  • Mechanical problems in new energy technologies;
  • Elasticity and plasticity;
  • Computational mechanics methods for materials and structures;
  • Experimental mechanics.

Members:Huiling DuanDaining FangKefu HuangFaxin LiZheng LiKaixin LiuYongmao PeiShaoqiang TangJianxiang Wang

Engineering Mechanics:

  • Structural dynamics, vibration theory and computational mechanics, development of various software related to engineering structures, rigid body dynamics with flexible elements;
  • Mechanical response of nano-systems and bio-systems at the multi-scale levels;
  • Finite element method, structural analysis, mesh deformation, mesh optimization;
  • Rigid body dynamics with flexible elements;
  • Mesh generation.

Members:Guoxin CaoPu ChenYongqiang ChenShuixiang LiJianfei Liu, Moubin Liu, Shuli Sun,

Biomechanics and Medical Engineering:

  • Cell mechanics;
  • Bio-solid mechanics;
  • Bio-fluid mechanics;
  • Mechanobiology;
  • Bio-imaging and bio-instrumentation.

Members: Jing FangYunlong HuoQiguo RongWenchang TanChunyang XiongJue Zhang

Dynamics and Control:

  • Cooperative control of multi-agent systems;
  • Robust tracking control for hypersonic vehicles and design of integrated guidance and control for missiles;
  • Control of nonlinear systems with multiple equilibria;
  • Redundant control and dynamic control allocation;
  • Control-theoretic study on iterative solutions to numerical problems;
  • Nonlinear dynamics and control;
  • Dynamics and control of systems with group symmetries.

Members:Zhisheng DuanZhiYong Geng, Lin HuangZhongkui LiJinzhi WangYong WangJianying YangYing Yang

Address: Mechanics Building, Peking University, Beijing, China Zip: 100871 Phone: +86-10-62753257 Fax: +86-10-62753257 Email: mes@mech.pku.edu.cn