Jing Fan, PhD
The City College of New York
office: Steinman Hall 241
Jing Fan joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at CCNY as a tenure-track assistant professor in 2016. She leads a research lab focused on the study of complex fluids and soft materials. Her research interests include the transport phenomena in biological tissues, design and fabrication of functional porous structures, enhanced oil recovery and flood conformance control, physics and applications of microfluidics, foam and emulsion physics, and development of functional particulate materials. Prior to joining CCNY, Dr. Fan was a postdoctoral fellow with Dave Weitz at Harvard University working on microfluidics for materials production, multiphase flow in porous media, and other topics related to the dynamics of complex fluids. Her Ph.D. study at The University of Hong Kong was about multiscale modeling as well as computational heat transfer and fluid dynamics. Jing Fan has received recognition of her work and services through a number of awards, including the ACS-PRF Doctoral New Investigator Award, ASME Journal of Heat Transfer Outstanding Reviewer Award, and the Hong Kong Young Scientist Award.
- Heat Transfer (ME43300, CCNY, 2016-Spring 2018, Fall 2019-Spring 2020)
- Fluid Mechanics (ME35600, CCNY, Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Fall 2019)
- Fundamentals and Applications of Microfluidics (ME59910/G5910, CCNY, Spring 2019, Fall 2020)
Malgorzata joined the group in August 2021 and will study cell migration using microfluidic cell culture models. Malgorzata is co-supervised by Professor Sihong Wang in BME.
Rossana joined the group in August 2021 as a PhD student and will study effects of interstitial flow on migration of breast cancer cells using dual-gel culture model. Rossana will be co-supervised by Professor Sihong Wang.
Alimohammad Anbari’s main research interests lie in the area of microfluidics ranging from the theory to the design and applications. His current research focuses on developing microfluidic 3D culture platforms to understand interstitial flow’s effects on cancer call migration.
Shuaijun studies transport of soft particles through porous media. with the objective of correlating pore-scale dynamics with macroscopic properties. He conducts both theoretical analysis and experiments in micromodels.
Patrick is conducting his master’s project on modeling of high-speed water spray with ANSYS Fluent. He also simulates flow in microfluidic dual-gel dual-porosity culture matrix.
Mian conducts his master’s thesis project on 3D printing of hydrogel structures.
|Name||Where are they now?|
|Michael Alva||Master student at CCNY|
|Sarah Battat||Undergraduate at Princeton University|
|Rafsun Alam Bhuiyan||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Gao Chen||Graduate of CCNY ME|
|Jiafeng Chen||Undergraduate at SUNY-Stony Brook|
|Florian Crepin||Graduate student at Polytech, France|
|Olivia Degen||Oceanside High School|
|Yuhao Dong||Graduate of CCNY ME|
|Jose Duran||LaGuardia Community College|
|Cheng Guo||PhD student at Stanford University|
|Xiuyue Han||Master student at Dartmouth College|
|Haruyun Harutyunyan||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Eric He||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Steven Herrera||University of Buffalo|
|Mian Huang||Graduate of CCNY ME|
|Zehava Katz||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Zijian Kevin Jiang||Graduate of CCNY ME|
|Justin Koe||Herricks High School|
|Kenny Lee||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Xiaoke Li||PhD student at Southwest Petroleum University|
|Yuheng Liu||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Shengzhi Sean Luo||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Jonathan Matis||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Jorge Roldan||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Marta Ruiz||PhD student at University of Barcelona|
|Charles Shim||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Jingyi Tang||PhD student at Stanford University|
|Josselyn Velasquez||Undergraduate at CCNY|
|Xing Yao||PhD student at University of Alabama|
|Artur Zych||Master student at CCNY|