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学术报告:物理视角的生物转运现象与其潜在的挑战简介
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报告题目:物理视角的生物转运现象与其潜在的挑战简介

Introductionon Biotransport Phenomena and some potential challenges from a physicsviewpoint

报告人:Guiren Wang教授

1.Department ofMechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Program,University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, USA

2. Physics Department, NorthwestUniversity, Xian, China

报告时间:2017年6月22日(星期四)下午14:30报告地点:物理学院三层报告厅报告

内容简介: Transport phenomena in biomedical engineeringis one of the several core courses in Biomedical Engineering. It is amultidisciplinary field, covering physiology, fluid dynamics, mass and heattransport. Here we introduce some basic concepts and overview transportphenomena in biomedical engineering and potential challenges from a physicsviewpoint, or how physics can contribute to the research in biomedical scienceand engineering. We introduce viscosity in liquid or complex fluids, Stokesflow and role in particles (such as cell, protein and DNA), osmosis, transportthrough blood capillary, transport through porous medium, transport mechanismthrough cell membraneblood flow and Fahraeus–Lindquist effect, transportphenomena in solid tumors and drug delivery. Finally we introduce somemeasuring techniques, such and velocimeter and fluorescence spectroscopy inbiomedical engineering.

报告人简介: Dr. Wang is currently an AssociateProfessor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and BiomedicalEngineering Program, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina,USA, and Northwest University. Dr. Wang received his PhD. from TechnischeUniversitätBerlin. He was a postdoctoral research fellow in Stanford University. Dr. Wangreceived Career Award from National Science Foundation (NSF), North AmericanMixing Forum and Rising Star from the University of South Carolina. As the PrincipalInvestigator, he received the grant from NSF for Major ResearchInstrumentation. Currently his research interests include nano/microfluidicsand biochip, early cancer detection, super-resolution far field nanoscopy basedon Stimulated Emission Depletion (STED), nano/microfabrication, fluorescencedetection, turbulent and mixing, etc.

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物理学院光子学与光子技术研究所

2017年6月 22日