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Wen Long grew up in Wangcheng District, suburb of Changsha City, Hunan Province, China. Northern Hunan is China’s heartland for farming and Wen, at his youth, was essentially growing rice year after year with his parents, during which he developed interests in studying the nature. In 1993, Wen was selected to go to Tianjin University for college majoring mechanics, where he also took electrical engineering as a minor, which helped him understand how computers work. Prof. Jianhua Tao introduced Wen Long into the field of hydrodynamics in 1995. Since then Wen has been working on applications of computational fluid mechanics with a focus on hydrodynamics. In 2000, Wen was admitted to The University of Delaware Center for Applied Coastal Research to study coastal and ocean engineering with a dissertation on wave and sediment transport under the supervision of Dr. James T. Kirby. During the 6 years at UD, Wen Long produced a suite of widely used water wave and sediment transport models, which are open source and bundled in CoastalSpace available on Source Forge.
Nearshore Wave Current Modeling; Coastal/Estuarine/River Water Quality Modeling Biogeochemical Cycles; Sediment Transport Modeling, Computational Hydrodynamics Environmental Fluid Mechanics.
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