Department of Mathematics, HKUST  

  FU, Lin   傅 林

  PhD Technical University of Munich

Office: Room 2606A  

Telephone: 3469 2969  

Email: linfu@ust.hk  

URL:
http://linfu.people.ust.hk/index.html   
  Assistant Professor

Prof. Fu is an Assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). Before he joined HKUST, he was a postdoctoral fellow working with Prof. Parviz Moin at Center for Turbulence Research (CTR), Stanford University, for more than 3 years and he also did postdoctoral research with Prof. Nikolaus A. Adams in Technical University of Munich (TUM), where he obtained his Ph.D. degree with a grade of Summa Cum Laude (passed with the highest distinction). Prof. Fu’s on-going and future research involves the fundamental study of flow physics including turbulence, transitional flows, multi-phase flows, and electrically conducting fluids. His research dedicates to an improved theoretical understanding of these complex fluids and contributes to optimizing the engineering quantities of interest, e.g., drag, heat transfer, mixing ratio, etc. The potential applications involve the flow control of transonic and low-speed vehicles, scramjet hypersonic propulsion systems, combustions, microbubble dynamics, cavitation, aerodynamics, etc. Due to the wide-range flow length-scales including singularities (e.g. shockwaves), the main research methods rely on the high-fidelity Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) and Large-eddy Simulation (LES). In order to reproduce these sophisticated fluid phenomena with the modern supercomputers, advanced turbulence models, e.g., subgrid-scale (SGS) model and wall model, will be developed as well as state-of-the-art fundamental numerical methods which include but not limited to high-order numerical schemes for hyperbolic conservation laws, interface-tracking algorithms, high-quality mesh generation technologies, and robust multi-physics parallel software.

Research Interests

  • Turbulence, transitional flows, multi-phase flows, and aerodynamics, Numerical methods for solving PDEs, applied mathematics for scientific computing, and technologies for high-performance computing

Awards & Honors

  • Professor FU Lin's research paper published in Journal of Fluid Mechanics (Rapids)   (2022)

       Selected Publications

Full Publication List [HKUST Scholarly Publications]  

Article   

  1. Streamwise inclination angle of wall-attached eddies in turbulent channel flows
    • Author(s): Cheng, Cheng; Shyy, Wei; Fu, Lin
    • Source: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, v. 946, 10 September 2022, article number A49
    • Year: 2022

  2. An Efficient Low-Dissipation High-Order TENO Scheme for MHD Flows
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Source: Journal of Scientific Computing, v. 90, (1), January 2022, article number 55
    • Year: 2022

  3. A Novel High-Order Low-Dissipation TENO-THINC Scheme for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
    • Author(s): Takagi, Shinichi; Fu, Lin; Wakimura, Hiro; Xiao, Feng
    • Source: Journal of Computational Physics, v. 452, March 2022, article number 110899
    • Year: 2022

  4. UCNS3D: An open-source high-order finite-volume unstructured CFD solver
    • Author(s): Antoniadis, Antonis F.; Drikakis, Dimitris; Farmakis, Pericles S.; Fu, Lin; Kokkinakis, Ioannis; Nogueira, Xesús; Silva, Paulo A.S.F.; Skote, Martin; Titarev, Vladimir; Tsoutsanis, Panagiotis
    • Source: Computer Physics Communications, v. 279, October 2022, article number 108453
    • Year: 2022

  5. A fifth-order low-dissipation discontinuity-resolving TENO scheme for compressible flow simulation
    • Author(s): Liang, Tian; Xiao, Feng; Shyy, Wei; Fu, Lin
    • Source: Journal of Computational Physics, 13 July 2022, article number 111465
    • Year: 2022

  6. A block-based adaptive particle refinement SPH method for fluid–structure interaction problems
    • Author(s): Gao, Tianrun; Qiu, Huihe; Fu, Lin
    • Source: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v. 399, 1 September 2022, article number 115356
    • Year: 2022

  7. Consistency between the attached-eddy model and the inner–outer interaction model: a study of streamwise wall-shear stress fluctuations in a turbulent channel flow
    • Author(s): Cheng, Cheng; Fu, Lin
    • Source: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, v. 942, July 2022, article number R9
    • Year: 2022

  8. Compressible Velocity Transformations for Various Noncanonical Wall-Bounded Turbulent Flows
    • Author(s): Bai, Tianyi; Griffin, Kevin; Fu, Lin
    • Source: AIAA Journal, v. 60, (7), July 2022, p. 4325-4337
    • Year: 2022

  9. A Class of New High-order Finite-Volume TENO Schemes for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws with Unstructured Meshes
    • Author(s): Ji, Zhe; Liang, Tian; Fu, Lin
    • Source: Journal of Scientific Computing, v. 92, (2), August 2022, article number 61
    • Year: 2022

  10. Velocity Transformation for Compressible Wall-Bounded Turbulent Flows with and without Heat Transfer
    • Author(s): Griffin, Kevin Patrick; Fu, Lin; Moin, Parviz
    • Source: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, v. 118, (34), 24 August 2021, article number e2111144118
    • Year: 2021

  11. Prediction of aerothermal characteristics of a generic hypersonic inlet flow
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Bose, Sanjeeb; Moin, Parviz
    • Source: Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, 25 August 2021
    • Year: 2021

  12. Very-High-Order TENO Schemes With Adaptive Accuracy Order And Adaptive Dissipation Control
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Source: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v. 387, 15 December 2021, article number 114193
    • Year: 2021

  13. A low-dissipation shock-capturing framework with flexible nonlinear dissipation control
    • Author(s): Li, Yue; Fu, Lin; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Journal of Computational Physics, v. 428, March 2021, article number 109960
    • Year: 2021

  14. Time-Accurate and highly-Stable Explicit operators for stiff differential equations
    • Author(s): Bassenne, Maxime; Fu, Lin; Mani, Ali
    • Source: Journal of Computational Physics, v. 424, January 2021, article number 109847
    • Year: 2021

  15. A feature-aware SPH for isotropic unstructured mesh generation
    • Author(s): Ji, Zhe; Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Source: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v. 375, March 2021, article number 113634
    • Year: 2021

  16. General method for determining the boundary layer thickness in nonequilibrium flows
    • Author(s): Patrick Griffin, Kevin Patrick; Fu, Lin; Moin, Parviz
    • Source: Physical Review Fluids, v. 6, (2), February 2021, article number 024608
    • Year: 2021

  17. Adaptive anisotropic unstructured mesh generation method based on fluid relaxation analogy
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Communications in Computational Physics, v. 27, (5), May 2020, p. 1275-1308
    • Year: 2020

  18. HTR solver: An open-source exascale-oriented task-based multi-GPU high-order code for hypersonic aerothermodynamics
    • Author(s): Di Renzo, Mario; Fu, Lin; Urzay, Javier
    • Source: Computer Physics Communications, v. 255, October 2020, article number 107262
    • Year: 2020

  19. A consistent parallel isotropic unstructured mesh generation method based on multi-phase SPH
    • Author(s): Ji, Zhe; Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Source: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v. 363, May 2020, article number 112881
    • Year: 2020

  20. Shock-induced heating and transition to turbulence in a hypersonic boundary layer
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Karp, Michael; Bose, Sanjeeb T.; Moin, Parviz; Urzay, Javier
    • Source: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, v. 909, 21 December 2020, article number A8
    • Year: 2020

  21. Parallel fast-neighbor-searching and communication strategy for particle-based methods
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Ji, Zhe; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Engineering Computations, v. 36, (3), April 2019, p. 899-929
    • Year: 2019

  22. An isotropic unstructured mesh generation method based on a fluid relaxation analogy
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Han, Luhui; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v. 350, June 2019, p. 396-431
    • Year: 2019

  23. A new multi-resolution parallel framework for SPH
    • Author(s): Ji, Zhe; Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, v. 346, April 2019, p. 1156-1178
    • Year: 2019

  24. A hybrid method with teno based discontinuity indicator for hyperbolic conservation laws
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Source: Communications in Computational Physics, v. 26, (4), October 2019, p. 973-1007
    • Year: 2019

  25. A Targeted ENO Scheme as Implicit Model for Turbulent and Genuine Subgrid Scales
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Communications in Computational Physics, v. 26, (2), August 2019, p. 311-345
    • Year: 2019

  26. High-Order Low-Dissipation Targeted ENO Schemes for Ideal Magnetohydrodynamics
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Tang, Qi
    • Source: Journal of Scientific Computing, v. 80, (1), July 2019, p. 692-716
    • Year: 2019

  27. An optimal particle setup method with Centroidal Voronoi Particle dynamics
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Ji, Zhe
    • Source: Computer Physics Communications, v. 234, January 2019, p. 72-92
    • Year: 2019

  28. Detonation simulations with a fifth-order teno scheme
    • Author(s): Dong, Haibo; Fu, Lin; Zhang, Fan; Liu, Yu; Liu, Jun
    • Source: Communications in Computational Physics, v. 25, (5), May 2019, p. 1357-1393
    • Year: 2019

  29. Improved five- And six-point targeted essentially nonoscillatory schemes with adaptive dissipation
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: AIAA Journal, v. 57, (3), March 2019, p. 1143-1158
    • Year: 2019

  30. A Lagrangian Inertial Centroidal Voronoi Particle method for dynamic load balancing in particle-based simulations
    • Author(s): Ji, Zhe; Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Computer Physics Communications, v. 239, June 2019, p. 53-63
    • Year: 2019

  31. A low-dissipation finite-volume method based on a new TENO shock-capturing scheme
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Source: Computer Physics Communications, v. 235, February 2019, p. 25-39
    • Year: 2019

  32. A very-high-order TENO scheme for all-speed gas dynamics and turbulence
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Source: Computer Physics Communications, v. 244, November 2019, p. 117-131
    • Year: 2019

  33. A new class of adaptive high-order targeted ENO schemes for hyperbolic conservation laws
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Journal of Computational Physics, v. 374, December 2018, p. 724-751
    • Year: 2018

  34. A novel partitioning method for block-structured adaptive meshes
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Litvinov, Sergej; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Journal of Computational Physics, v. 341, July 2017, p. 447-473
    • Year: 2017

  35. Single-step reinitialization and extending algorithms for level-set based multi-phase flow simulations
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Computer Physics Communications, v. 221, December 2017, p. 63-80
    • Year: 2017

  36. A physics-motivated Centroidal Voronoi Particle domain decomposition method
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Journal of Computational Physics, v. 335, April 2017, p. 718-735
    • Year: 2017

  37. Targeted ENO schemes with tailored resolution property for hyperbolic conservation laws
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Journal of Computational Physics, v. 349, November 2017, p. 97-121
    • Year: 2017

  38. A family of high-order targeted ENO schemes for compressible-fluid simulations
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Source: Journal of Computational Physics, v. 305, January 2016, p. 333-359
    • Year: 2016

  39. A multi-block viscous flow solver based on GPU parallel methodology
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Gao, Zhenghong; Xu, Kan; Xu, Fang
    • Source: Computers & Fluids, v. 95, May 2014, p. 19-39
    • Year: 2014

Conference paper   

  1. On the eddy structures of wall-bounded turbulence in ocean engineering
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2022

  2. A Multi-Resolution SPH Framework for Fluid-Structure Interaction
    • Author(s): Gao, Tianrun; Qiu, Huihe; Ji, Zhe; Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2022

  3. A fifth-order very-low-dissipation TENO scheme for hyperbolic conservation laws
    • Author(s): Liang, Tian; Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2022

  4. Near-wall model for large eddy simulation that incorporates resolved non-equilibrium and Reynolds-number effects
    • Author(s): Griffin, Kevin Patrick; Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2022

  5. On the streamwise wall-shear fluctuations generated by attached eddies in a turbulent channel flow
    • Author(s): Cheng, Cheng; Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2022

  6. High-order low-dissipation TENO schemes: from structured to unstructured meshes
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Ji, Zhe
    • Year: 2022

  7. A low-dissipation shock-capturing framework with flexible nonlinear dissipation control
    • Author(s): Li, Yue; Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2021

  8. Improved equilibrium wall stress model for turbulent boundary layers with zero pressure gradient
    • Author(s): Griffin, Kevin Patrick; Fu, Lin; Moin, Parviz
    • Year: 2021

  9. Velocity transformation for compressible wall-bounded turbulent flows with and without heat transfer
    • Author(s): Griffin, Kevin P.; Fu, Lin; Moin, Parviz
    • Year: 2021

  10. Fast multi-resolution ENO schemes for compressible flows
    • Author(s): Li, Yue; Fu, Lin; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Year: 2021

  11. A new TENO/THINC hybrid high-resolution scheme for shock capturing
    • Author(s): Takagi, Shinichi; Wakimura, Hiro; Fu, Lin; Xiao, Feng
    • Year: 2020

  12. Large eddy simulation of intersection shock-wave/ turbulent boundary layer interactions in hypersonic flow regimes
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Base, Sanjeeb; Moin, Parviz
    • Year: 2020

  13. A new ODE-based wall model for boundary layers accounting for pressure gradient and Re effects
    • Author(s): Griffin, Kevin; Fu, Lin; Moin, Parviz
    • Year: 2020

  14. Shock-induced transition and heating in hypersonic boundary layers
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Karp, Michael; Bose, Sanjeeb T.; Moin, Parviz; Urzay, Javier
    • Source: Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, v. 64, (13), November 2019, Session H16: Focus Session: Exascale Computations of Complex Turbulent Flows I, Abstract: H16.00009
    • Year: 2019

  15. WMLES of shock-induced aerodynamic heating in hypersonic boundary layers
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Bose, Sanjeeb; Urzay, Javier; Moin, Parviz
    • Year: 2019

  16. Reviewing of High-order TENO Schemes for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2019

  17. Flow Topology and Alignment Analysis of Passive Scalar Mixing in Shock Turbulence Interaction
    • Author(s): Gao, Xiangyu; Bermejo-Moreno, Ivan; Larsson, Johan; Fu, Lin; Lele, Sanjiva
    • Year: 2018

  18. Equilibrium wall-modeled LES of shock-induced aerodynamic heating in hypersonic boundary layers
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Cho, Minjeong; Bose, Sanjeeb; Urzay, Javier; Moin, Parviz
    • Year: 2018

  19. Time-evolution of passive scalar structures in shock-turbulence interaction
    • Author(s): Buchmeier, Jonas; Gao, Xiangyu; Bermejo-Moreno, Iva; Larsson, Johan; Lele, Sanjiva; Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2018

  20. High-order Targeted ENO Scheme for Turbulence Simulations
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Year: 2018

  21. Advances in PDEs: Theory, Computation and Application to CFD
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Source: Advances in PDEs: Theory, Computation and Application to CFD, August 2018
    • Year: 2018

  22. A Lagrangian inertial centroidal Voronoi particle method for dynamic load balancing in particle-based simulations
    • Author(s): Ji, Zhe; Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Year: 2018

  23. Implicit large eddy simulations with a high-order TENO scheme
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Year: 2017

  24. A high-order TENO scheme for the large eddy simulation of incompressible and compressible turbulence
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2017

  25. A new class of adaptive high-order TENO schemes for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Year: 2017

  26. A new parallel framework for SPH method with adaptive smoothing-length
    • Author(s): Jie, Zhe; Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Year: 2017

  27. An unstructured-mesh generator based on SPH analogy
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Year: 2017

  28. Novel high order TENO schemes and new domain decomposition method
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin
    • Year: 2017

  29. A physics-motivated Centroidal Voronoi Particle domain decomposition method
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Year: 2016

  30. Explicit reinitialization and extending algorithms for levelset based sharp-interface method
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Year: 2015

  31. Physics-driven approach to load balancing in massively parallel CFD
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Year: 2015

  32. A family of high order targeted ENO scheme for compressible fluid simulations
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.
    • Year: 2015

  33. Numerical simulation of shock bubble interaction with a conservative sharp interface model
    • Author(s): Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus
    • Year: 2014