Professor Ye received her B.S. degree from University of Science and Technology of China, her M.S. degree from University of California at San Diego and her Ph.D. degree from Cornell University. Before she joined the faculty of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, she was a postdoctoral associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and then an assistant Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology.
MECH2010 Solid Mechanics I
Numerical techniques: integral equation methods; Direct Simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC); Molecular Dynamics (MD) Modeling and design of micro/nano systems, micro resonator design and application
Rarefied gas transport
- Research Grants Council - Competitive Earmarked Research Grant, PI: Wenjing Ye, “A Cartesian Cell-Based Fast Integral Equation Approach for Nonlinear/Nonhomogeneous problems", Jan. 2012 - Dec. 2014
- King Abdullah University of Science and Technology – Global Partnership, PIs: Yi-kuen Lee, Tiezheng Qian, Ping Sheng, Xiaoping Wang, Weijia Wen, Wenjing Ye, “Joint KAUST-HKUST Micro/Nano-fluidics Laboratory”, Sep. 2008 – August, 2013
- Research Grants Council – Competitive Earmarked Research Grant, PI: Wenjing Ye, “Combined Molecular and Continuum Hybrid Simulation Techniques for Efficient Modeling of Gas Flows in Microelectromechanical/Nanoelectromechanical Devices”, Sep. 2008 – August 2010
- Research Grants Council – Competitive Earmarked Research Grant,PI: Wenjing Ye, Co-I: Yu, Tongxi,“Numerical Techniques and Studies of Dynamic Behavior of Porous Solids with Large Porosity”, Sep. 2007 – August 2010