Professor Huang, Lixi 黃立錫
- Unified theory of acoustics and fluid dynamics for various phenomena of flow induced vibration in mechanical and biological systems
- Innovative broadband noise control with applications to duct, fan, vehicles, buildings, outdoor environment, etc, with both theory and experiment
- Related numerical methods
Lixi was educated at Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (BUAA) and University of Cambridge. His BEng and MPhil degrees from BUAA were in the field of aerospace engineering (jet propulsion), while the topic of his PhD study at Cambridge was theoretical acoustics and respiratory biomechanics. He spent 8 years each in Beijing and Cambridge before coming to Hong Kong in 1996. After completing his PhD work in 1991, he worked as a research associate at the Whittle Lab (of turbomachinery), then as a college research fellow at Peterhouse, both within the University of Cambridge. His work on the mechanism of human snoring helped his medical/surgical colleagues devise a successful laser surgery procedure in the early 1990s, and the related pursuit in fluid mechanics touched upon the fundamentals of fluid-structure energy transfer mechanisms. Before joining the University of Hong Kong in 2006, he taught at HK PolyU Mechanical Engineering and served as a leader for the teaching group of of acoustics and vibration. The focus of his research in the last decade has been noise control and his research projects have been funded by the Hong Kong Government funding agencies (RGC, ITF), industry (e.g. Intel Corporation in the USA), and Chinese governments (“973” projects, and Department of Science and Technology, Zhejiang Province, PRC).
His current research interests are (a) aerodynamics and acoustics with application to aeronautical and general engineering, (b) innovative broadband noise control with applications to environmental noise, and (c) flow induced vibration and interaction with sound.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2004-07-01||Award for Outstanding Performance in Teaching: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Department of Mechanical Engineering||Teaching Accomplishment|
|1992-10-01||College Research Fellowship: Peterhouse, University of Cambridge, 1992-96.||Research Achievement|
|2011-04-01||Best Teachers Award 2010-2011: Faculty of Engineering, The University of Hong Kong||Teaching Accomplishment|
|2011-12-01||Outstanding achievement in obtaining national ("973") project award for the Shenzhen Virtual University Park, 2011: Dept of Science, Technology and Commerce, Shenzhen Government, 2011年度深圳虛擬大學園獲得國家級科技項目獎先進個人||Research Achievement|
|2003-11-01||Faculty of Engineering Award for Achievement in External Research Fund (RGC): The Hong Kong Polytechnic University||Research Achievement|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|since 2005||Committee Member for Noise Technical Committee, and Engineering Acoustics Technical Committee||Acoustical Society of America|
|since 2002||member||American Society of Mechanical Engineers|
|03/2007-05/2012||Education Sub-Committee Chairman||Hong Kong Institute of Acoustics|
|since 2000||corporate member and founding committee member for the aeronautical engineering discipline||Hong Kong Institution of Engineers|
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