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Kwai Wong

Kwai L. Wong

Research Assistant Professor

Biography

2014-present
Research Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
 
2014-present
Director of CFD Laboratory, MABE, UTK
 
2003-2013
Adjunct Faculty, MABE, UTK
 
1997-present
Research Scientist, Joint Institute for Computational Sciences,
University of Tennessee/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
 
1996-1997
Postdoctoral Research Associate, JICS, UTK
 
1995-1996
Postdoctoral Fellows, Department of Mathematics, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Research

  • Multiphysics simulations on large scale parallel computers
  • Finite element formulations for computational fluid dynamics
  • Parallel direct and sparse solvers for systems of linear equations
  • Numerical linear algebra implementation on GPUs
  • Scalable software framework for multi-disciplinary biomedical simulations

Education

Ph.D., 1995, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

M.S., 1986, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

B.S., 1982, University of Tennessee, Knoxville


Professional Service

  • SIAM, member
  • Research Scientist, Joint Institute for Computational Sciences, 1997-Present

Publications

Freeman, A.J. Baker, J. Orzechowski, K. Wong, and J. Sanders, “Validation of a Time-Accurate Node-based Weak Form Algorithm for Convection – Grey Body Radiation Dominated Unsteady Heat Transfer,” J. Heat & Mass Transfer, V.134, March 2014.

Kail, K. Wong, H. Xia, and X. Zhao, “Interoperable Executive Library for the Simulation of Biomedical Processes,” JCAM, 10.1016/j.cam.2014.01.011, 2014.

D’Azevedo, Z. Hu, S. Su, and K. Wong, “Solving a Large Scale Radiosity Problem on GPU-based Parallel Computers,” JCAM, 10.1016/j.cam.2014.02.011, 2014.

J. L. Kinter III, B. Cash, D. Achuthavarier, J. Adams, E. Altshuler, P. Dirmeyer, B. Doty, B. Huang, L. Marx, J. Manganello, C. Stan, T. Wakefield, E. Jin, T. Palmer, M. Hamrud, T. Jung, M. Miller, P. Towers, N. Wedi, M. Satoh, H. Tomita, C. Kodama, T. Nasuno, K. Oouchi, Y. Yamada,  H. Taniguchi, P. Andrews, T. Baer, M. Ezell, C. Halloy, D. John, B. Loftis, R. Mohr, and K. Wong,” Revolutionizing Climate Modeling – Project Athena: A Multi-Institutional, International Collaboration,” BAMS, V. 94, Issue 2 – Feb. 2013.

H. Xia, K. Wong, and X. Zhao, “A Fully Coupled Model for Electromechanics of the Heart,” Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicines, Article ID 927279. 2012.

R. F. Barrett, T. H. F. Chan, E. F. D'Azevedo, E. F. Jaeger, K. Wong, and R. Y. Wong,” Complex version of high performance computing LINPACK benchmark (HPL),” Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, V. 22, Issue 5, p.573-587, April 2010.

Y. H. Kuo, K. L. Wong and C. F. Wong, “Investigation of Taylor-Gortler-like Vortices Using the Parallel Consistent Splitting Scheme,” Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Dec. 2009.

A. J. Baker, S.C. Ericson, J.A. Orzechowski, K.L. Wong and R.P. Garner, “Aircraft Passenger Cabin ECS-Generated Ventilation Velocity and Mass Transport CFD Simulation, II, Mass Transport Validation,” Journal Inst. Environmental Sciences & Technology, V. 51, No 1, p. 90-113, 2008.

A.,J. Baker, S.C. Ericson, J.A. Orzechowski, K.L. Wong and R.P. Garner, “Aircraft Passenger Cabin ECS-Generated Ventilation Velocity and Mass Transport CFD Simulation, I. Velocity Field Validation,” Journal Inst. Environmental Sciences & Technology, V. 49, No. 2, p. 51-83, 2006.

A. J. Baker, K. L. Wong and N. S. Winowich, “Design and Assessment of a Very Large Scale CFD Industrial Ventilation Flowfield Simulation,” ASHARE Transactions, V. 108, Pt. 1, p. 999-1004, 2002.

K. L. Wong and A. J. Baker, “A 3-D INS Velocity-Vorticity Weak Form FE CFD Algorithm,” Int. Journal Num. Mtd. Fluids, V. 38, p. 99-123, 2002.

K. L. Wong and A. J. Baker, “A Modular Collaborative Parallel CFD Workbench,” Journal of Supercomputing, V. 22, p. 45-53, 2002.

Kwai Wong

Contact Information

  • 330 Claxton Extension Building
  • Phone: 865-974-8833
  • E-mail: kwong@utk.edu

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