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Dr Li's areas of expertise are in the fields of computational methods for fluid flow, mathematical modelling, and neural networks. His current research interest focuses on the applications of the adaptive mesh refinement methods he proposed based on the qualitative theory of differential equations. The methods contain techniques for the selection of finite points in a domain that provides sufficient information about the characteristics of flows in that domain. The accuracy, reliability and cost of the methods have been verified by test benchmarks. These methods can be applied to any mathematical models containing continuity equation for steady flow or incompressible fluid. In our daily life, the methods can be used to investigate any water or air flows with speed less than 370km per hour.

Research Interests

  • Modelling and simulation
  • Computational methods for fluid flow
  • Applications of computational methods in practice

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External Appointments & Memberships:

Teaching

  • QBM100 Data Analysis for Business
  • MTH100 Foundation Mathematics
  • MTH110 The Evolution of Mathematics
  • MTH105 Introductory Mathematics

Education/Academic qualification

Applied Mathematics, PhD, Modelling Shallow Turbulent Fluid Dynamics and Think 3D Fluid Flows, University of Southern Queensland

Mar 1996Jun 1999

Award Date: 03 Jan 2000

Mathematics, Bachelor of Science, Hebei University

Mar 1978Jan 1982

External positions

Associate Professor, University of the South Pacific

Jan 2008Jan 2011

Senior Lecturer, University of the South Pacific

Apr 2004Dec 2007

Associate Professor, Hebei University

Feb 1992Jun 1994

Lecturer, Hebei University

Feb 1987Feb 1992

Associate Lecturer, Hebei University

Feb 1982Feb 1987

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