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Li Rong

Associate professor

Education

2007-2011
Ph.D, Indoor climate at Civil Engineering Department, Aalborg University, Denmark

2001-2004
M.Eng, HVA&C, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

1997-2001
B.Eng, HVA&C, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Work Experience

09.2012-
Industrial postdoc, Department of Engineering, Aarhus University, Denmark
Developing a hybrid ventilation system in future livestock buildings

03-08.2012
Research Assistant, Department of Engineering, Aarhus University, Denmark. Conducting a bench mark test for a full-scale pig pen at the Engineering department in Foulum

2007-2010
Ph.D student, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark
Conducting measurements in a wind tunnel to study ammonia mass transfer process through liquid-air interface
Conducting CFD simulations in a pig pen to study the effects of ventilation systems and environmental parameters on ammonia emissions

2005-2006
Research assistant, Heating ventilation and air-conditioning, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Using Fluent to dynamically simulate the piston wind in Harbin subway. Supervising and providing guidance on master students’ projects covering CFD simulations to improve the design of ventilation systems

2004-2005
Engineer, Trane China Corp.
Performing system analysis to provide guidance on selections of cooling machines and AHU

2002-2003
Instructor, Harbin Hydraulic college, China (part time)
Teaching courses of ‘HVA&C new technology’ and ‘Instrument for Thermo-fluid Measurements & Fundamentals of Automatic control’