Keynote Speakers

7th International Conference on Experimental and Numerical Flow and Heat Transfer (ENFHT’21)



The keynote speakers for 7th International Conference on Experimental and Numerical Flow and Heat Transfer (ENFHT'21) will be:



Dr. Poh Seng Lee

Dr. Poh Seng Lee
National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore
Keynote Speaker

Dr Poh Seng Lee is an Associate Professor with the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Prof Lee’s research interests include high performance cooling techniques (in particular single and two-phase microchannel cooling), energy efficient air conditioning and low grade waste heat recovery. He is the recipient of numerous research and innovation awards including 2013 NUS Faculty of Engineering’s Young Faculty Research Award, 2011 Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES) Prestigious Engineering Achievement Award, 2011 Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit Top 10 Defense Energy Technology Solutions Award and 2009 Tan Kah Kee Young Inventors Award (TKKYIA) – Defense Science. Dr Lee also serves as the Program Director of Cooling Energy Science & Technology Singapore (CoolestSG) consortium, Deputy Director of the Centre for Energy Research & Technology (CERT) and Assistant Dean of Research & Technology, Faculty of Engineering.

Topic of Keynote: Chillerless High Performance Liquid Cooling for Sustainable Data Centres
Keynote Abstract


Dr. Panagiota Angeli

Dr. Panagiota Angeli
University College London, UK
Keynote Speaker

Topic of Keynote: TBA


Dr. Sébastien Poncet

Dr. Sébastien Poncet
Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
Keynote Speaker

Sébastien Poncet received his engineering diploma and his master degree in physical oceanography from Seatech (Toulon, France) in 2002 and the Ph.D. degree in complex systems from Aix-Marseille University (Marseille, France) in 2005, for a thesis on turbulent rotor-stator interdisk flows (two national awards). He was then assistant lecturer for one year before getting a position of assistant professor at Aix-Marseille University in 2006. He joined the University of Sherbrooke as an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering in 2014, where he currently is the chairholder of the NSERC/Hydro-Québec/Natural Resources Canada/Emerson Industrial Research Chair in Industrial Energy Efficiency. He is now full professor in the mechanical engineering department and the director of LMFTEUS lab (https://lmfteus.wordpress.com). His research interests include the experimental characterization of the thermophysical properties of complex heat transfer fluids (nanofluids, slurries, PCMs) and the advanced numerical modelings of thermal systems (supersonic ejector, vortex tube, magnetocaloric refrigeration, heat exchanger, turbomachineries…). He is the coauthor of about 250 research papers whose about 100 in international journals.

Topic of Keynote: Advanced CFD modeling of slurry flows: a practical review
Keynote Abstract