Fei Han, PhD

Research Scientist

Fei is currently an associate professor in Dalian University of Technology, PRC


Research Interests

  • Peridynamic Methods: Numerical implementation and software design on peridynamics; application of peridynamics for heterogeneous and composite materials.
  • Multi-scale and Coupling Methods: Mathematical multi-scale methods based on asymptotic expansion homogenization theory for periodic, quasi-periodic or random structures; coupling methods of micro-scale, meso-scale and macro-scale models.
  • Mechanics of Heterogeneous Composite Materials: Carbon nanotube reinforced composites, particles or short fibers reinforced composites, porous materials and 3-D braided composites; the effects of microstructures, inclusions and interphase properties on the macro-mechanical behaviors, including stiffness, strength, damage and fracture.
  • Numerical Algorithms and Programming: Efficient numerical techniques; high performance parallel computing; programming technique and software design.


  • ​PhD, Applied Mathematics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China (2010)
  • MS, Applied Mathematics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China (2006)
  • BS, Information and Computing Science, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China (2003)

Research Interests Keywords

Nanocomposites Coupling Strategies Computational Strategies