Dan Li

Yue Qin awarded Outstanding Student Presentation

Yue Qin, a fourth-year doctoral candidate in E&E, has received the Outstanding Student Presentation Award AMS’s 24th Symposium on Boundary-Layers & Turbulence. In “On the logarithmic behavior of streamwise velocity variance in the neutral atmospheric surface laye,” Ms. Qin explores, ” While the mean velocity profile in the near-neutral atmospheric surface layer has been well […]

Congratulations to Associate Professor Dan Li!

A special congratulations to Dr. Dan Li, who has been promoted from the rank of assistant professor to associate professor. Associate Professor Li first joined the department in 2015 as an assistant professor, previously serving as a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University. He completed his PhD at Princeton University in the department of Civil and […]

Dan Li publishes on atmospheric boundary layer in Atmospheric Research

Assistant Professor Dan Li has published a single-author, invited review article titled “Turbulent Prandtl number in the atmospheric boundary layer – where are we now?” in Atmospheric Research. Turbulent Prandtl number is named after the Father of Modern Fluid Mechanics, Ludwig Prandtl, and is an indicator of how turbulent transport of heat differs from its […]