Jinlong Wu (Principal Investigator)

Virginia Tech

Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering (2018)

Southeast University, China

M.S., Power Engineering (2014)

Southeast University, China

B.S., Thermal Energy and Power Engineering (2011)

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Group Members

Chuanqi Chen (Ph.D. Student)

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Georgia Institute of Technology

M.S., Industrial System Engineering (2022)

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

B.S., Statistics (2019, minor in Mathematics)

“I enjoy reading, thinking and sharing. I could play basketball, table tennis and badminton. I like history, culture, art, literature, and philosophy. Thank you for spending time reading this, and I am willing to be friend with you.”  -- Chuanqi

Joining Our Group

(For Ph.D. Program Applicants)

I am looking for 1-2 Ph.D. students (the anticipated starting term is 2023 Spring/Fall) in research areas of Scientific Machine Learning, Data Assimilation, and Uncertainty Quantification with the focus on data-driven modeling and simulation in engineering applications (e.g., renewable energy systems, advanced manufacturing, autonomous systems). For those who are interested, please send your CV and transcripts to jinlong.wu@wisc.edu.

Required qualifications:

  • Bachelor/Master degree in engineering, applied math, or a related field.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Passionate about Scientific Machine Learning/Data Assimilation/Uncertainty Quantification.

  • Strong coding skill in one or more programming languages (Python/Julia/C/C++).

  • Solid backgrounds of undergraduate-level math and statistics courses.

  • Previous experiences with research projects of computational fluid dynamics (or projects of computational physics in general).

  • Proficiency in English reading, writing and speaking.

 

(For Postdocs)

I am looking for a postdoc (the anticipated starting date is flexible) in the research area of modeling and simulating renewable energy systems / metal additive manufacturing processes. For those who are interested, please send your CV and 1-2 selected publications to jinlong.wu@wisc.edu.

(For Undergraduate/Master Students)

Students at UW-Madison who are seeking for undergraduate/master research projects in the areas of data-driven modeling and simulation in engineering applications are also very welcome. Please send your CV and transcripts to jinlong.wu@wisc.edu.