Dr Kelvin Kian Loong Wong obtained a BEng (Hons, 2001) in Mechanical and Production Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, a MAIT (2003) in Applied Information Technology from The University of Sydney, followed by a PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (2009) from The University of Adelaide mainly under the supervision of Professors Jagannath Mazumdar and Derek Abbott. From 2006 to 2009, he was doing research work on medical imaging and cardiac flow analysis. Since 2009 to now, he was involved in computational fluid and solid dynamics. In 2013, he began working on discrete element method with applications in nuclear reactor design, first at Tsinghua University, and later in biological systems at The University of Western Australia. Dr Wong was the originator of the spatial game moment concept, in which multi-objective multi-constraint combinatorial optimisation problems can be treated as decision-making problems in the game theoretical sense, and solved with high efficiency. In addition, he is the author of the book “Methods in Research and Development of Biomedical Devices”, and has served as associate editors for journals in the area of biomedical engineering. Dr Kelvin Wong is currently an Assistant Professor in the School of Computer Science and Software Engineering at The University of Western Australia. His publications now span a diverse range of research fields, including physics, applied mathematics, mechanics, cardiac flow analysis, multiscale modelling, medical imaging, medical image reconstruction, discrete element method, computational fluid dynamics, and biomedical device production.

Kelvin Kl Wong

Assistant Professor

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  • DEPARTMENTDepartment of Computational Biology
    University of Western Australia

  • COUNTRYAustralia