Name: Md Mizanur Rahman
Organization: School of Mechanical Engineering, Hangzhou Dianzi University
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Adress: Xiasha Higher Education Zone, Hangzhou, 310018, Zhejiang Province, People's Republic of China
Mr Rahman receieved his doctoral degree from Helsinki University of Technology (recently known as Aalto University) in 2000. He had been a Docent at Aalto University for more than 10 years. From September 2018, he has been working at Hangzhou Dianzi University as a full Professor.
Field of Specialty: Computational fluid dynamics (CFD), numerical methods, turbulence modeling, large eddy simulation (LES), detached eddy
simulation (DES), scale adaptive simulation (SAS), grid deformation, solid-fluid interactions, thermo-fluids, renewable energy, thermodynamics, heat and mass transfer, fluid mechanics, combustión, hydrodynamics, ocean engineering and multiphase flow.
Main Achievements :
Mr Rahman got used to be the Finnish national representative of Nordic Pilot Center for ERCOFTAC. He has been the invited reviewers for more than ten international well-known academic journals, such as AIAA Journal, Computers and Fluids, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Journal of Fluid Mechanics ete., and has delivered scientific speeches in more that 20 international conferences.
He has studied theoretical systems of computational fluid dynamics, and put forward a series of basic theories about computational fluid dynamics and turbulence modeling. These theories are used to develop many CFD programs for solving complex fluid engineering problems. His contributions have been recognized by scientific scholars around the world as well as by many commercial companies.
As a major researcher and a leader of the research group, he has participated in a number of CFD research projects funded by the national technology research and development center in Finland (TEKES). He has worked with a series of world famous companies such as Nokia, Mesto, Patria Aviation, Andritz, Fortum and so on, and solved the fluid problems in many complex projects.
Relevant research results have been published in more than 80 journals/conferences, in which 68 papers have his name as the first author/corresponding author. Based on SCI Journal Quality, 9 of his papers are in JCR Q1 journals, 14 papers are in JCR Q2 journals. According to Google Scholar index, the number of his citation is 560.
Md Mizanur Rahman先生现任4008云顶集团特聘教授一职。他于2000年获得芬兰赫尔辛基工业大学（现阿尔托大学）博士学位，此后一直在阿尔托大学任教，先后任助理研究员、副教授。2018年9月正式入职杭州电子科技大学担任教职。
Rahman先生主要从事计算流体力学及其工程应用方面的研究，是欧洲流体湍流及燃烧研究协会（ERCOFTAC）北欧理事会的芬兰理事，是AIAA Journal，Computers and Fluids，International JournalofHeat and Mass Transfer等十余种国际知名学术期刊的特邀审稿人。
Publications in 2018
**M. M. Rahman, K. Keskinen, V. Vuorinen, M. Larmi and T. Siikonen: Consistently formulated eddy-viscosity coefficient for k-equation model; to be appeared in Journal of Turbulence.
**M. M. Rahman, V. Vuorinen, J. Taghinia and M. Larmi: Wall-distance-formulation for SST k-ω model; to be appeared in European Journal of Mechanics-B/Fluids.
**X. Tian, M. M. Rahman, H. Pan and A. K. M. Sadrul Islam: A simplified one-equation elliptic-relaxation model; 8th BSME International Conference on Thermal Engineering, to be appeared in Physics of Fluids.
M. M. Rahman, Zefei Zhu, H. Pan and X. Tian: A low-Reynolds number one-equation eddy-viscosity turbulence model with elliptic-relaxation for wall-bounded flows; BIT’s 7th Annual World Congress of Ocean-2018.
**J. Taghinia, M. M. Rahman and X. Lu: Effects of different CFD modeling approaches and simplification of shape on prediction of flow field around manikin. Energy and Buildings, 170:47-60;2018.
**X. Han, M. M. Rahman and R. K. Agarwal: Development and application of wall-distance-free Wray-Agarwal turbulence model. 2018 AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 0593.
**J. Taghinia, M. M. Rahman and T. Siikonen: A sub-grid scale model with natural near-wall damping. Aerospace Science and Technology; 74:1-16;2018.
**J. Taghinia and M. M. Rahman: Large eddy simulation of round impinging jet with one-equation subgrid scale model. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 116:1250-1259;2018.
**X. Han, M. M. Rahman and R. K. Agarwal: Wall-distance-free Wray-Agarwal turbulence model with elliptic blending. Fluid Dynamics Conference, AIAA Aviation Forum, Atlanta, USA, 2018.