万敏平


 

副教授

博士生导师
电话:0755-88018278
邮箱:wanmp@sustc.edu.cn
办公室:慧园5栋507

研究方向

◆ 计算流体力学
◆ 湍流数值模拟和理论
◆ 磁流体,等离子体流和太阳风
◆高性能计算

工作经历

◆ 2015/10 至今,南方科技大学 力学与航空航天系 副教授
◆ 2011/10 – 2015/10, 特拉华大学物理系 Research Associate III
◆ 2008/9 – 2011/9, 特拉华大学物理系 博士后

学习经历

◆ 1998 – 2002, 清华大学 工程力学系 本科
◆ 2002 – 2008,约翰霍普金斯大学 机械工程系 硕士/博士

所获荣誉

◆ 2015, 中组部第十一批“青年千人计划”
◆ 2002 – 2003, 约翰霍普金斯大学Abel Wolman Fellowship

代表文章

  1. ◆ Y. Yang, Y. Shi, M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, and S. Chen, “Energy cascade and its locality in compressible magnetohydrodynamic turbulence”, Physical Review E, 93 (061102R), 2016.
  1. ◆ S. Oughton, W. H. Matthaeus, M. Wan, and T. Parashar, “Variance anisotropy in compressible 3D MHD”, Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 121(5041), 2016.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, V. Roytershteyn, T. N. Parashar, P. Wu, and H. Karimabadi, “Intermittency, coherent structures and dissipation in plasma turbulence”, Physics of Plasmas, 23(042307), 2016.
  1. ◆ Y. Yang, M. Wan, Y. Shi, K. Yang, S. Chen, “A hybrid scheme for compressible magnetohydrodynamic turbulence”, Journal of Computational Physics,306 (73), 2016.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, V. Roytershteyn, H. Karimabadi, T. Parashar, P. Wu and M. Shay, “Intermittent dissipation and heating in 3D kinetic plasma turbulence”, Physical Review Letters, 114(175002), 2015..
  1. ◆ W. H. Matthaeus, M. Wan, S. Servidio, A. Greco, K. T. Osman, S. Oughton and P. Dmitruk, “Intermittency, nonlinear dynamics and dissipation in the solar wind and astrophysical plasmas”, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, 373(20140154), 2015.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, A. F. Rappazzo, W. H. Matthaeus, S. Servidio, and S. Oughton, “Dissipation and reconnection in boundary-driven reduced magnetohydrodynamics”, Astrophysical Journal, 797(63), 2014. .
  1. ◆ P. Wu, M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, M. A. Shay, and M. Swisdak, “von Karman energy decay and heating of protons and electrons in a kinetic plasma”, Physical Review Letteers, 111(121105), 2013.
  1. ◆ J. A. Tessein, W. H. Matthaeus, M. Wan, K. T. Osman, D. Ruffolo, and J. Giacalone, “Association of suprathermal particles with coherent structures and shocks”, Astrophysical Journal, 776(L8), 2013.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, S. Servidio, and S. Oughton, “Generation of X-points and secondary islands in 2D magnetohydrodynamic turbulence”, Physics of Plasmas, 20(042307), 2013.
  1. ◆ S. Oughton, M. Wan, S. Servidio, and W. H. Matthaeus, “On the origin of anisotropy in MHD turbulence: the role of higher-order correlations”, Astrophysical Journal, 768(10), 2013.
  1. ◆ H. Karimabadi, V. Roytershteyn, M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, W. Daughton, P. Wu, M. Shay, B. Loring, J. Borovsky, E. L. Leonardis, S. Chapman, and T. K. M. Nakamura, “Coherent structures, intermittent turbulence and dissipation in high-temperature plasmas”, Physics of Plasmas, 20(012303), 2013.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, H. Karimabadi, V. Roytershteyn, M. Shay, P. Wu,  W. Daughton, B. Loring, and S. C. Chapman, “Intermittent dissipation at   kinetic scales in collisionless plasma turbulence”, Physical Review Letters, 109(195001), 2012 .
  1. ◆ W. H. Matthaeus, D. C. Montgomery, M. Wan, and S. Servidio, “A review of relaxation and structure in some turbulent plasmas: magnetohydrodynamics and related models,” Journal of Turbulence, 13(N13), 2012.
  1. ◆ K. T. Osman, W. H. Matthaeus, M. Wan, and A. F. Rappazzo, “Intermittency and local heating in the solar wind”, Physical Review Letters, 108(261102), 2012.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, S. Oughton, S. Servidio, and W. H. Matthaeus, “von Karman self-preservation hypothesis for MHD turbulence and its consequences for universality”, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 697(296), 2012.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, K. T. Osman, W. H. Matthaeus, and S.  Oughton, “Investigation of Intermittency in MHD and Solar Wind Turbulence: Scale-Dependent Kurtosis”, Astrophysical Journal, 744(171), 2012..
  1. ◆ K. T. Osman, M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, J. M. Weygand, and S. Dasso, “Anisotropic third-moment estimates of the energy cascade in solar wind turbulence using multi-spacecraft data.” Physical Review Letters, 107(165001), 2011. 
  1. ◆ K. T. Osman, M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, B. Breech, and S. Oughton, “Directional alignment and non-Gaussian statistics in solar wind turbulence”, Astrophysical Journal, 741(75), 2011.
  1. ◆ S. Servidio, M. Wan, W. H. Matthaeus, and V. Carbone, “Local relaxation and maximum entropy in two-dimensional turbulence.” Physics of Fluids, 22(125107), 2010.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, S. Oughton, S. Servidio, and W. H. Matthaeus, “On the accuracy of simulations of turbulence”, Physics of Plasmas, 17(082308), 2010.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, Z. Xiao, C. Meneveau, G. L. Eyink and S. Chen. “Dissipation-energy correlations as evidence supporting the turbulent Lagrangian energy cascade”, Physics of Fluids, 22(061702), 2010.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, S. Servidio, S. Oughton, and W. H. Matthaeus, “The third-order law for increments in magnetohydrodynamic turbulence with constant shear: a numerical investigation”, Physics of Plasmas, 17(052307), 2010.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, S. Servidio, S. Oughton, and W. H. Matthaeus, “The third-order law for increments in magnetohydrodynamic turbulence with constant shear”. Physics of Plasmas, 16(090703), 2009.
  1. ◆ M. Wan, S. Oughton, S. Servidio, and W. H. Matthaeus, “Generation of non-Gaussian statistics and coherent structures in ideal magnetohydrodynamics”. Physics of Plasmas, 16(080703), 2009.
  1. ◆ Z. Xiao, M. Wan, S. Chen, and G. L. Eyink. “Physical mechanism of the inverse energy cascade of two-dimensional turbulence: a numerical investigation.” Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 619(1), 2009.
  1. ◆ Y. Li, E. Perlman, M. Wan, Y. Yang, C. Meneveau, R. Burns, S. Chen, A. Szalay, G. L. Eyink, “A public turbulence database and applications to study Lagrangian evolution of velocity increments in turbulence”. Journal of Turbulence, 9(N31). 2008
  1. ◆ S. Chen, G. L. Eyink, M. Wan, and Z. Xiao. “Is the Kelvin theorem valid for high Reynolds number turbulence?” Physical Review Letters. 97(14). 2006.
  1. ◆ S. Chen, R. E. Ecke, G. L. Eyink, M. Rivera, M. Wan, and Z. Xiao. “Physical mechanism of the two-dimensional inverse energy cascade”. Physical Review Letters. 96(8). 2006.