Wang Kai, Male, was born in Mar. 1968. In 1989, he got his B. S. of Applied Mathematics from Southeast University (formal name Nanjing Institute of Technology). In 1992, he got his M. S. on Applied Mathematics from SEU. He got his Ph. D. on Environmental Oceanography form Qingdao Ocean University (now Ocean University of China) in 1996. Then he worked as a post-doc in the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS) during 1996-1998. And now, Dr. Wang is a research professor in IOCAS.
Dr. Wang’s research area is on Physical Oceanography and Environmental Oceanography. His research interests are on coastal circulation, theory and numerical modeling, including tidal current, tidal residual circulation, cross-shelf transport, circulation driven by tidal mixing and other mechanisms, numerical scheme in oceanic modeling. His research area is focus on East Asian Marginal Seas (include Bohai Sea, Yellow Sea and East China Sea, as well as the South China Sea and Japan/East Sea). Dr. Wang has been to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (USA) for one year as visiting scholarship. He also worked on international projects with Kyushu University (Fukuoka), Ehime University (Matsuyama), Nagasaki University (Nagasaki) and Kagoshima University (Kagoshima) in Japan, as well as Chungnam National University (Taejon) in South Korea. By now, he achieved many research projects as the project leader, such as Natural Science Foundation of China; Major basic research program of National Security; Chinese Academy of Sciences Grant KZCX2-202, KZCX3-SW-222; et al. He is a key member of the National Program on Key Basic Research Project (973 Program 2007CB411804, G1999043808). He also took part in other projects, for example Key Project of National Science Foundation of China (No. 49136140) as well as Natural Science Foundation of China(No. 49576280; 49876010) et al. Dr. Wang was awarded the Third Prize in Science and Technology Progress Award of Shandong Province (2000) et. al. He published more than 30 papers. One Ph. D. student and 4 M.S. students graduated under his instruction.
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