May 19-21, 2023: Our laboratory actively supported and participated in the 4th National Intelligent Fluid Mechanics Seminar in 2023 held at the Exchange Center of Westlake University in Hangzhou. Guided by Prof. Fan, conference guests and attendees visited our laboratory and acknowledged our valuable work.
February 15, 2022: We welcome three visiting students to lab: Mr. Jiaqi Xue, Mr. Muyang Li, Mr. Dehan Yuan.
February 01, 2022: We welcome four Ph.D. candidates to lab: Ms. Xinye Guan, Mr. Guangmin Dai, Mr. Wanfu Zheng, Mr. Yunpeng Zhu.
January 15, 2022: We welcome Mr. Masoud Yazdimamaghani to lab as a research engineer.
January 01, 2022: Dixia joins Westlake University as an Assistant Professor in charge of the i4-FSI Lab.
October 10, 2021: Dixia serves as guest editor for a special issue "Artificial Intelligence in Fluid Mechanics" in Journal Physics of Fluids. Link.
September 01, 2021: Dr. Shuo Li has joined the lab as a Postdoc researcher.
September 01, 2021: Zhipeng Wang has joined the lab as a Ph.D. candidate.
September 01, 2021: The new IBiM Website is online. Link.
February 01, 2021: Intelligent and Bio-inspired Mechanics Seminar has quickly gained interest in the fluid mechanics research group around world, and it is reported in the Queen's University News. Link.
December 04, 2020: Dixia was invited to give a talk at Navy Surface Warfare Center, Carderrock Division, entitled "Efficient Experimentation in the Intelligent Towing Tank and Reinforcement Learning for Active Flow Control".
December 01, 2020: Dixia joined Ingenuity Labs as one of the faculty members.
November 20, 2020: Dixia was invited to give a talk at Ingenuity Labs, entitled "Automated Science and Intelligent Bio-Inspired Design for Next-Gen Marine and Aerospace Fluid Applications".
November 16, 2020: The annual DigiMaR Consortium progress meeting was held virtually this year. Together with Dr. Sam Rudy, Dixia gave a talk on "Physics Informed Intelligent Hydrodynamic Database Construction".
November 02, 2020: Dixia was invited to give a talk at MIT Undergraduate Ocean Exploration event. The talk was entitled "Learning from nature, from swimming fish to flying bird".
October 05, 2020: The paper coauthored by Dixia was published online in Proceedings of National Academy of Science, entitled "Reinforcement learning for bluff body active flow control in experiments and simulations". LINK, PDF