About me

Hello, Welcome to my personal blog, Qi’s Life in the UK, dedicating to describe my colourful oversea’s study in the UK

I am Qi Chen, a PhD student in the Manchester Centre for Non-linear Dynamics (MCND) at the University of Manchester (UoM), supervised by Prof. Anne Juel and Dr. Igor Chernyavsky, collaborating with Dr. Kerstin Schirrmann. My research primarily focuses on mimetic microfluidics to explore the red blood cell (RBC) transport phenomenon in the human placenta.

Education Background

The University of Manchester, School of Physics and Astronomy, Manchester, UK

PhD in fluid physics

Research interests: mimetic microfluidics

Shandong University, Institute of Thermal Science and Technology, Jinan, Shandong, China

M.E. in Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics, GPA: 4.35/5.0, June, 2020

Thesis Title: Modeling and experiment of droplet formation in non-Newtonian fluids in flow-focusing microfluidic devices

Shandong University, School of Energy and Power Engineering, Jinan, Shandong, China

B.E. in Energy and Power Engineering, GPA: 4.02/5.0, June, 2017

Thesis Title: Analysis of helical-baffled heat exchanger with the tube arrangements on the basis of the Fibonacci sequence

University of Manchester

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