Xiang Fan

Xiang Fan

Ph.D. Student — University of California San Diego

Xiang Fan, a Ph.D. student advised by Professor Pat Diamond, studies turbulence and flow morphologies of plasmas.

He has presented his research on turbulence theory at numerous scientific conferences: Festival de Théorie (France), International Sherwood Fusion Theory Conference, APS Division of Plasma Physics, and Advances in Geophysical and Astrophysical Turbulence (France). At the 2018 Sherwood Fusion Theory Conference, Mr. Fan won a Student Poster Award for his research on turbulence and transport in elastic media.

Mr. Fan earned a bachelor's degree at Peking University (Beijing, China).

Xiang Fan presenting at a 2017 conference

On the Web

Email: physixfan@gmail.com

LinkedIn: Xiang Fan's profile

Center for Space and Astrophysics Sciences: cass.ucsd.edu

Turbulent spinodal decomposition simulation by Xiang Fan


Google Scholar: scholar.google.com

CHNS: A Case Study of Turbulence in Elastic Media
Fan, X., P.H. Diamond, and L. Chacón
Phys. Plasmas 25, 055702, 2018; doi:10.1063/1.5016075
[pdf, author's final version]

Formation and Evolution of Target Patterns in Cahn-Hillard Flows
X. Fan, X., P.H. Diamond, and L. Chacón
Phys. Rev. E 96, 041101(R), 2017; doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.96.041101
[pdf, publisher's version]

Cascades and Spectra of a Turbulent Spinodal Decomposition in Two-Dimensional Symmetric Binary Liquid Measures
Xiang Fan, P.H. Diamond, L. Chacon and Hui Li
Physical Review Fluids 1, 054403, 2016; doi:10.1103/PhysRevFluids.1.054403

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