Ming Dong

School of Mechanical Engineering

Professional Title

Associate professor


Fluid Mechanics

Contact Information


Brief Introduction

 Dr. Ming Dong is an associate professor of Department of Mechanics, Tianjin university. He is also a Marie Curie research Fellow in Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London during 2016.2-2018.1. His main research interests include Fluid dynamics, Applied Mathematics and related engineering applications. He is currently looking for MSE/PhD students who are interested in fundamental science and mathematics.

Education Background
  • BS| Tianjin University| Mechanics Engineering| 2003
  • PhD| Tianjin University| Fluid Mechanics| 2008
  • MSE| Tianjin University| Fluid Mechanics| 2006
Research Interests
  • Application in engineering: fundamental aerodynamic problems involving aeronautics and astronautics.
  •  Fluid dynamics: hydrodynamic instability, laminar-turbulent trasition, supersonic boundary-layer theory, direct numerical simulation and modeling of turbulence, and aeroacoustics.
  • Applied Mathematics: asymptotic theory.
Professional Membership
  • Editorial board member of 'Physics of Gas'.

  • Member of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (2013-), American Physics Society (2015-) and European Mechanics Society (2016-).
Positions & Employments
  • 2010.7-2019.12

    Department of Mechanics | Tianjin University | Associate Professor 
  • 2016.2-2018.1

    Department of Mathematics | Imperial College London | Marie Curie Research Fellow 
  • 2013.9-2014.9

    Department of Mathematics | Imperial College London | Visiting Scholar 
  • 2008.3-2010.6

    Department of Mechanics | Tianjin University | Lecturer 
Academic Achievements
Hydrodynamic Instability, Transition and Turbulence
Innovative Research Team in University of Ministry of Education of China
Tianjin Key Laboratory of Modern Engineering Mechanics