Attended Wolfram Science Summer School in 2013 with project:
Adsorption Isotherms and Kinetics Simulation with Lattice Gas Cellular Automaton.
From 2011, Baichuan Sun started his journey as a PhD student in thermal and fluids engineering at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. His research topics focus on developing novel adsorption isotherm and kinetics models from viewpoints of both classical and statistical thermodynamics. He is also largely interested in establishing new knowledge in rarefied gas dynamics, lattice Boltzmann method, and micro/nano-scale transport during his research. His work is fundamentally significant for many low carbon footprint applications including adsorbed natural gas storage (ANG), adsorption chiller, desalination, nanostructured thermoelectric device and hydrogen driven vehicle, etc. Prior to his PhD? study, Baichuan spent half a year as research student at Tohoku University, Japan. He received his BEng in mechanical engineering from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China in 2010. Baichuan is an enthusiast to soccer, and he is very good at Chinese calligraphy, painting and seal.