Dr. Qingang Xiong is currently a senior scientist at General Motors Corporation, USA, developing CFD capability for modeling vehicle fuel system. Dr. Xiong received his Ph.D. degree of Chemical Engineering in 2011 from Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, majoring in HPC-aided CFD simulation of gas-solid flows. After graduation, Dr. Xiong worked at Iowa State University, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Corning Incorporated, conducting multiscale CFD simulation of multiphase flows. Dr. Xiong has published more than 50 scientific articles and edited several special issues in prestigious journals. Dr. Xiong’s main research areas are fluidization, biomass and bioenergy, vehicle propulsion system, CFD, and heat and mass transfers.
General Motors Corporation, USA