Qian Xue, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
The University of Maine
5711 Boardman Hall, Room 213
Orono, ME 04469-5711
(207) 581-2107; email@example.com
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University, 2012
- Graduate Internship, GE Research Headquarter, 2010
Teaching Areas: (More Information)
Statics; Fluid Mechanics; Thermodynamics I
Research Areas: (Complex Flow Modeling and Simulation Lab)
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Fluid-Structure-Acoustics Interaction
- Numerical Methods
- Voice Production Mechanism and Voice Control
- Biological Locomotion
Select Research / Collaboration Activities:
- Numerical investigation of effects of inner anatomical structure and material property of vocal fold on phonation, NIH
- Numerical investigation of myoelastic-aerodynamic mechanisms of vocalization in birds
- The relationship between vortices, acoustics and vibration in vocal fold asymmetry, NIH
- Initial focusing for microfluidic cell sorting/counting
- Sound generation and radiation by biological locomotion
Select Publications / Presentations: (*Student, **Postdoc)
- Geng, B.*, Xue, Q. and Zheng, X. (2016). “The effect of vocal fold vertical stiffness variation on voice production,” Acoust. Soc. Am. 140(4), 2856-2866.
- Xue, Q., Zheng, X., Mittal, R. and Bielamowicz, S. (2014) “Subject-Specific Computational Modeling of Human Phonation,” Acoust. Soc. Am. 135(2), 1445-1456.
- Xue, Q., Zheng, X., Mittal, R., and Bielamowicz, S. (2011) “Sensitivity of Vocal-Fold Vibratory Modes to their Three-Layer Structure: Implication for Simulation Based Phonosurgical Planning,” Acoust. Soc. Am. 130(2), 965-976.
- Xue, Q., Mittal, R., Zheng, X. and Bielamowicz, S. (2010), “A Computational Study of the Effect of Vocal-fold Asymmetry on Phonation,” Acoust. Soc. Am. 128(2), 818-827.
- Xue, Q., Zheng, X., and Geng, B.* “New insights into insect’s silent flight. Part II: sound source and noise control,” APS DFD 69th Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, 2016.
Professional Activities / Memberships:
- ASME, APS, AIAA