The Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering
2011-09-28 14:06  

Brief Introduction:

The School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering (NAOCE) was founded on December 17th, 2003, which combined the former School of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering with the School of Civil Engineering & Mechanics. The newly founded School includes six first-degree disciplines. They are: Naval Architectures and Ocean Engineering, Engineering Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Architecture, International Shipping Administration and Harbor, Coastal Engineering. The School presently has six undergraduate programs, nineteen master’s degree programs, three professional master’s degree programs and twelve doctor’s degree programs. There are State Key Lab of Ocean Engineering, two Post-doctor stations, i.e., Engineering Mechanics and Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering, and two National Key Disciplines, namely, the design & Construction of Ship & Offshore Structures and Engineering Mechanics. The Disciplines of Fluid Mechanics and General Mechanics, which are the key disciplines in Shanghai, are also the members of State Key Laboratory of Vibration, Shock & Noise.

 

The Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering Postdoctor Research Station is set up in the School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and civil Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering has a first-level discipline which belongs to the first group of national level key disciplines. In the 2003 and 2009’s first-level discipline evaluation by Ministry of Education, our discipline are ranked first among all universities in China.

The discipline of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering is mainly composed of three sub-subjects: ship and ocean engineering structures design and construction, marine engineering and hydro-acoustics engineering. The State Key Laboratory of Ocean Engineering consists of ocean engineering basin, ship model towing tank, cavitation tunnel, underwater engineering basin, structure dynamic loading system and CAD/CAM laboratory. Meanwhile, there are six research institutes, ie Ship and ocean engineering structures design institute, Underwater engineering institute, Structural mechanics institute, Hydrodynamics institute, Marine power plant and automation institute and New type of ships and ocean engineering structures R&D institute.

As one of the most time-honored disciplines in Shanghai Jiaotong University, many major research facilities have been built firstly in China, tremendous achievements have been made and high academic Reputation has been established during the development of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering. By long-term construction and development, at present the discipline of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering has superior research domains: ship and ocean engineering structures design and construction, Ship Mechanics, ocean engineering, underwater construction, Marine Engineering and Underwater detection technology.

Our discipline has six members of "Thousand Talents Program" of China, three Specially-appointed Professors and two Chair professors of Changjiang Scholars Programme of China, two Distinguished Young Scholars of National Science Foundation, one Innovative Research Team of the Ministry of Education of China, more than ten professors have held important positions in international academic organization. At present an academic team with high academic level has been established led by academician, specially-appointed professors of Changjiang Scholars Programme and other professors.

 

The Stake Key Laboratory and deep water laboratory of our discipline have formed a group of important basic laboratory facilities. In the end of 2006, the construction to the state key laboratory of ocean engineering was carried out by Shanghai Jiaotong University, which is supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology. And in the end of 2008, the National Laboratory became the first group for national innovation base for senior personnel from overseas.

Our discipline has developed cooperations with famous universities and institutions abroad, such as Marin research center, Texas A&M university, Yokohama National University, held many international conferences, such as OMAE in 2010, and undertaken more than ten International Cooperation projects.

The School of NAOCE also has established cooperations with many organizations, such as ship design units, research centers and shipyards in China and provided for corresponding postdoctor stations of companies and research institutions to be affiliated to NAOE Postdoctor Station.

In order to meet the requirement of ship industry development and the exploitation of sea oil/gas and mining, SNAOCE conducts investigations in various aspects such as basic research, fundamental application research in the fields of hydrodynamics, structural mechanics and the engineering technological development. SNAOCE also pays great attention to carry out vital research projects by state, ministries and industrial organizations. The research scope covers main aspects such as commercial and ministary ships, exploitation of offshore oil and gas, coastal and port engineering, sea environment and protection etc.

NAOE Postdoctor Research Station provides opportunities for young doctors to pursue their innovational research work independently for two years.

Brief Introduction of Director of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering

Prof. Liu Cungen, also a Ph.D. supervisor, was born in 1958. He received his bachelor degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 1982. Later on he got his PhD degree in 1996 also from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He has been appointed as the deputy director of Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University since 2006. He is now also serving as the deputy secretary of Shanghai Shipbuilding Industry Association, a senior member of the Academic Committee of the Shipbuilding Process of the Chinese Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers(CSNAME) and the deputy leader of Computer Science and Applications Subgroup of CSNAME,.

He is engaged in teaching and researching of ship design and manufacture. His research interests are now focusing on Ship Design, which includes ship design method, hull form optimization, ship intelligent design, and Shipbuilding Technology, such as virtual shipbuilding technology, shipyard production process simulation, hull construction engineering methods, curved hull plate forming by line-heating.

He was in charge of several basic research and national key research projects:

·         Two subprojects of Digital Intelligent Design System of Shipbuilding – the Hull Precision Control and the Production Management;

·         National Key Innovation Project Computer-aided System for Hull Plate Forming by Line-heating;

·         State Key Laboratory Project Development of an Intelligent Robot for large Curvature Hull Plate Forming.

·         Several ship design projects, such as 82m Heavy Deck Cargo Ship and South China Sea God Antique Boat.

He also participated in a number of key research projects, such as 863 Key Program, Simulation Operation System of Deepwater Offshore Platform; two Ministry of Science and Technology Project, Strategic Study on Speeding up the Development of Innovation Ability of Shipbuilding industry, and Study of Strategy of Shipbuilding Development and Technology Progress of Four Provinces; National Innovation Project, Integrated Shipbuilding Technology; NSF Program, Study of Modular Construction Technology and Virtual Technology of Shipbuilding.

He made an important breakthrough in automatically forming the curved hull plate. He has published more than 40 papers. He also received one Second Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award and four Third Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award.

Current research fields, tutors of post-doctor station of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering

Expert

Title

Research Field

Contact

Chen Gang

Vice

Professor

 

1Deep Water Technology of ocean Engineering

2.Comprehensive and interdisciplinary research of the front field

021-34206595

gangchen@sjtu.edu.cn

 

Yang Jianmin

Dean

Professor

ocean engineering hydrodynamics,.

dynamic positioning

34207050-2101

jmyang@sjtu.edu.cn

Wu guo xiong

Professor

(1) Nonlinear interactions between wave/wave or wave/floating bodies; (2)Fluid/structure impact;(3)CFD;(4)High speed and super fast boat;(5)Bio-medical flows;(6)analytical method;(7) coastal and estua

021-34207120  

gx_wu@meng.ucl.ac.uk

luo yong

Professor

Design of deepwater platform

Hydrodynamics of Ocean engineering

15202192818

yluo@cotecinc.com

wang jin

Professor

1.   Structural design of deep water platform

2.   Construction,Installation and fatigue analysis of deep water platform

3.   Offshore renewable resource

13764761866

jin1gfc@yahoo.com

Wang Xuefeng

Professor

1Digital Ship Building
2.Simulation of Ocean Waves
3.Development of Information System

wangxuef@sjtu.edu.cn

Fu shixiao

Professor

1Theoritical and experimental research on the 

flexible slim structures

2Hydroelastic responses of multi-module flexible 

floating structures.

shixiao.fu@sjtu.edu.cn

Liu Cungen

Professor

1ship intelligent design
2
virtual shipbuilding technology

cgliu@sjtu.edu.cn

Liao Shijun

Professor

1.general boundary element method and its      application.

2 .high order analytical method of viscous flow around body with simple form

021-62932676

sjliao@mail.sjtu.edu.cn

 

Wan Decheng

Professor

Marine Hydrodynamics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Ship Flows, Wave Run-up, Sloshing, Slamming, Green Water, Overset grid, Moving Grid, Meshless, High Peformance Computation, etc.

021-34205697

dcwan@sjtu.edu.cn

Lian Lian

Professor

Underwater Vehicle
Ocean
Engineering

llian@sjtu.edu.cn

Ge Tong

Professor

Design of Underwater Vehicles
Control of Underwater Robots

021-62933742  

tongge@sjtu.edu.cn

Yi Hong

Professor

1, Human factors and system reliability engineering.
2, Marine system engineering development.
3, Underwater engineering
4,Virtual test and simulation

yihong@mail.sjtu.edu.cn

Zhang Shengkun

Professor

computational structural mechanics and structure reliability analysis

021-62932206

zhsk@public.sta.net.cn

Zhang Shilian

Professor

modern strength theory and structure design

021-62933803

slzhang@mail.djtu.edu.cn

Wang Deyu

Professor

1.Structural mechanics for naval architecture and ocean engineering
2.Satellite structure
3.Structural dynamics
4.Structural experiment technique

021-62933131

dywang@mail.sjtu.edu.cn

 

Tang Wenyong

Professor

Marine Structural Mechanics, Safty Assessment, Reliability Anaysis, Risk Assessment, Composite Material Mechanics

021-34206642

wytang@sjtu.edu.cn

 

Yang Deqing

Professor

1Vibration and acoustics for ships and ocean  engineering structures

2Structural optimization design and algorithms

+86-21-62932407 (O)

yangdq@sjtu.edu.cn

Luo Yu

Professor

Application of numerical analysis techniques in Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering.

021-34204884

luoyu@sjtu.edu.cn

Miao Guop

Professor

wave loads and motion responses of ships and ocean engineering structures, water wave dynamics and its engineering applications

021-62933162

gpmiao@mail.sjtu.edu.cn

 

Zou Zaojian

Professor

1. Numerical Towing Tank and Its Application in Design of Ships and Marine Structures;

2. Manoeuvrability and Control of Ships and Other Marine Vehicles

021-34204255

zjzou@sjtu.edu.cn

 

You Yunxiang

Professor

inverse problems in fluid dynamics and hydroacoustics, internal wave dynamics.

021-62932147

youyx@sjtu.edu.cn

Zhang Huaixin

Professor

computational fluid dynamics, fluid dynamics for harbor, coastal and hydraulic engineering

021-62933426

hxzhang@mail.sjtu.edu.cn

Zhu Renchuan

Professor

 1.Time domain simulation for ship and floating structure in waves
 2. Nonlinear problems of marine hydrodynamics
 3. Deepwater mooring system
 4. Hydrodynamics in offshore installation
 5. Numerical wave tank and its applications in Naval architecture and ocean engineering

renchuan@sjtu.edu.cn

Ma Ning

Professor

1.Simulation, Forecasting and Utilization of Ocean Waves
2.Hydrodynamic Performance of Ships and Offshore Structures in Waves

021-62932315
ningma@sjtu.edu.cn

 

Yang Chenjun

Professor

1.         Potential flow and CFD modeling of the hydrodynamic performance and cavitation of ship propulsors, such as highly skewed, controllable pitch, ducted, contra-rotating, and podded propellers, etc.

2.         Design and optimization methods for marine propellers.

3.         Energy-saving propulsive devices.

4.         Experimental techniques for ship propulsors.

 

021-62933306

cjyang@sjtu.edu.cn

CHEN Zuogang

Professor

L  Ship hydrodynamics performance prediction by CFD

2 Simulation based design on ship hull

3  Construction of numerical tank

4 CFD aid design of wind tunnel and circulating water channel

5 Construction of numerical wind tunnel

021-62932588 

zgchen@sjtu.edu.cn

fanjun

Professor

1、   underwater acoustic engineering

2、   echo characteristics of submerged targets

3、    vibration and acoustic radiation characteristics of  submerged targets

13651768523

fanjun@sjtu.edu.cn

John Z. Shi

Professor

river, estuary and coastal dynamics, physical model and experiment technique in coastal engineering

86_21_62933027 (phone)
86_21_34206334 (fax)

zshi@mail.sjtu.edu.cn

Yu Guoliang

Professor

Hydraulics and River Mechnanics, Coastal Engineering, Port Planning, Mud Fluidization, Underwater Construction Burial.

021-34206203

yugl@sjtu.edu.cn

 

Jian John Lu

 

Full Professor and Ph.D. Supervisor,

National Thousand Talent Plan Professor,

National Chang-Jiang Scholar Professor,

Traffic Safety,

Transportation Planning and Management,

 Traffic Flow Theory,

Intelligent Transportation System,

Transportation Risk Management,

Pavement Management System,

 Computerized Surveillance and Simulation,

Advanced Trans Technology, and etc.

+86-21-34207275

jianjohnlu@sjtu.edu.cn

 

 

 

For more information, please contact:

Corresponding person: Li Yuelian
Tel/Fax: 13661851457

E-mail: liyuelian@sjtu.edu.cn