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Dr Kensuke Yokoi

Dr Kensuke Yokoi

Senior Lecturer

School of Engineering

Email
yokoik@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+442920870844
Campuses
E3.15, Queen's Buildings, 5 The Parade, Newport Road, Cardiff, CF24 3AA
Users
Available for postgraduate supervision

Overview

I joined the School of Engineering at Cardiff University after postdoctoral studies at RIKEN, UCLA, University of Cambridge and UCSB. I received my Ph.D in Mathematics at Hokkaido University. I work in a number of scientific computing areas, mainly computational fluid dynamics and machine learning.

Possible research topics for prospective students and collaborations

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics such as multiphase flow modelling (animation exmaples)
  • Machine learning

Some news (2014-2020)

Research key words: computational fluid dynamics, level set methods, CIP-CSL methods, multi-moment methods, Volume of Fluid, particle dynamics, multi-phase flows, droplet, dynamic contact angle modeling, bio-fluid, fluid-structure interaction, inkjet, atomization, machine learning, super-resolution.

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Contracts

TitlePeopleSponsorValueDuration
Alternative Fuels, Low Emission, Safe Power GenerationBowen PJ,Welsh European Funding Office84412001/09/2011 - 30/06/2014

Supervised Students

TitleStudentStatusDegree
TWO PHASE THERMOFLUID PROCESSES IN POWER SECTORJAMEEL Atheel ShukerCurrentPhD
Full-Spectrum Solar Energy Harvesting Using Nanotechnology-Enabled Photovoltaic/Thermoelectric Hybrid SystemHASHIM Hasan TalibGraduatePhD
Combustion Hazards for Liquid FuelsMOUZAKITIS KyriakosCurrentPhD
EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES AND NUMERICAL MODELLING OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGIN/HEAT TRANSFER.AL MOSALLAM Mohammed Bakir MohsenCurrentPhD
DEVELOPMENT OF NUMERICAL ALGORITHM FOR COMPRESSIBLE TWO-PHASE FLOWS AND ITS APPLICATION TO AEROBREAKUP.LI QijieCurrentPhD
DEVELOPMENT OF A NUMERICAL FRAMEWORK FOR PARTICLES-FLUIDS INTERACTIONS AND IT APPLICATIONS.OMAR Syazana BintiCurrentPhD

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