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Name: Liu Haofei
Gender: Male
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Professional title: Lecturer
Institution: Department of Mechanics Specialty: Solid mechanics
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Office: Room 501 and 110, Building No. 36 Department of Mechanics
Education: 2006.02–2010.06, Glasgow University, UK, Applied Math, Ph.D.
2004.09–2005.12, University of Manchester, UK, Thermal Power and Fluids Eng., M.Sc.
2000.09–2004.07, Hebei University of Technology, China, Thermal Power and Fluids Eng., B.Sc.

Academic experience: 2013.05-now, Tianjin University, Lecturer
2014.07-2015.01, Georgia Institute of Technology, Visiting Assistant Professor
2012.04-2013.04, University of Connecticut, Postdoc
2010.07-2012.03, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Postdoc

Research interest: 1. Mechanical behaviors of cardiovascular soft tissues
2. Novel medical implants for cardiovascular disease
3. Numerical simulation of fluid-structure interactions (FSI)

Teaching: Elasticity
Engineering Mechanics
Training of Finite Element Software
Advanced Solid Mechanics (in English)

Academic position: Member of Chinese Society of Biomedical Engineering
Reviewer for the journals: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering、Biomedical Engineering Online

Academic achievement: [1] Zhang, L. B.; Cai, Z. X.; Liu, H. F. A novel approach for simulation of soil-tool interaction based on an arbitrary Lagrangian–Eulerian description, SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH, 2018, 178: 41~49
[2] Liu, Haofei; Sun, Wei. Numerical approximation of elasticity tensor associated with Green-Naghdi rate, JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICAL ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 2017.8, 139(8)
[3] Liu, Haofei; Sun, Wei. Computational efficiency of numerical approximations of tangent moduli for finite element implementation of a fiber-reinforced hyperelastic material model, COMPUTER METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, 2016.8.17, 19(11): 1171~1180
[4] Liu, H. F.; Luo, X. Y. ; Cai, Z. X. Stability and energy budget of pressure-driven collapsible channel flows , JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS, 2012.8.25, 705: 348~370
[5]H Liu; M Cai; C Yang; J Zheng; R Bach; M Kural; K Billiar; D Muccigrosso; D Lu; D Tang. IVUS-based computational modeling and planar biaxial artery material properties for human coronary plaque vulnerability assessment, MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOMECHANICS, 2012.3, 9(1): 77~94
[6] Liu, Haofei; Canton, Gador; Yuan, Chun; Yang, Chun; Billiar, Kristen; Teng, Zhongzhao; Hoffman, Allen H.; Tang, Dalin. Using In Vivo Cine and 3D Multi-Contrast MRI to Determine Human Atherosclerotic Carotid Artery Material Properties and Circumferential Shrinkage Rate and Their Impact on Stress/Strain Predictions, JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICAL ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 2012.1, 134(1)
[7] Liu, H. F.; Luo, X. Y.; Cai, Z. X.; Pedley, T. J. Sensitivity of unsteady collapsible channel flows to modelling assumptions , COMMUNICATIONS IN NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING, 2009.5, 25(5): 483~504
[8] Haofei Liu; Wei Sun. Approximation method to obtain elasticity tensor from Green-Naghdi rate of Kirchhoff stress, THE 11TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTER METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, 2013.4.3-2013.4.7
[9] H Liu; M Cai; C Yang; J Zheng; R Bach; M Kural; K Billiar; D Muccigrosso; D Lu; D Tang. A framework to assess human coronary plaque vulnerability using intravascular ultrasound, on-site pressure, angiography, and anisotropic FSI models, ASME 2012 SUMMER BIOENGINEERING CONFERENCE, SBC2012, Fajardo, 2012.6.20-2012.6.23
[10] H. Liu; G. Canton; C. Yuan; M. Ferguson; C. Yang; K. Billiar; D. Tang. Determination of human carotid atherosclerotic plaquematerial properties non-invasively using in vivo cine and 3D magnetic resonance imaging and image-based modeling techniques, ASME 2011 SUMMER BIOENGINEERING CONFERENCE (SBC 2011) 2011.6.22 2011.6.25

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