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Dr Anthony Yuen
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Dr Yuen Anthony Chun Yin

Assistant Professor

Biography

Selected competitive research grants from recent 5 years:

2023: ACY Yuen, RKK Yuen, EWM Lee, MTR Research Funding Scheme on innovative railway technologies: Coupling Fire and Toxicty Predictions Using CFD-MD Simulations for Enhanced Pedestrian Movement Modelling and Fire Resilience Designs of Metro Stations, 2023. (HKD$970K)

2023: GH Yeoh, B Samali, ACT Yuen, et al. (total 31 CIs), ARC Research Hub for Fire Resilience Infrastructure, Assets and Safety Advancements (FRIASA) in Urban, Resources, Energy and Renewables Sectors, 2023. (AUD$5M)

2022: ACY Yuen, GH Yeoh, Innovation Connection 2022 (ICG001937 - Cooper Neon Pty Ltd), Development of Fire Retardant and Non-Combustible Coatings for Signage. (AUD$74K)

2022: GH Yeoh, ACY Yuen, Jaime Grunlan, ARC Discovery Project (DP22), Engineered interlayers of bio-retardant and nano-reinforcement on polymers. (AUD$332K)

2020: GH Yeoh, A Ho-Baillie, C Wang, ACY Yuen, CRC-P Round 8: Solar Skin: Next generation perovskite solar polymer membrane. (AUD$3M)

2019: GH Yeoh, QN Chan, ACY Yuen, et al., CRC for Bushfire and Natural Hazards – Tactical Research Fund: A strategic analysis of risks associated with non-complying building products. (AUD$100K)

2018: GH Yeoh, C Wang, ACY Yuen, et al., CRC-P Round 5: Development of an Advanced Fire Retardant for Polymers and Textiles. (AUD$3M)

Other grants and fundings:

2021: Anthony Chun Yin Yuen, Guan Heng Yeoh, Shaun Chan, Wei Wang, Eric Wai Ming Lee, Nadia Chek Lun Chow, UNSW International Seed Grant 2021, Artificial Neural Network Modelling Integrated with Molecular Dynamics Data for Detailed Description of CFD Pyrolytic Process. (AUD $5K)

2021: Guan Heng Yeoh, Shaun Chan, Anthony Chun Yin Yuen, MME Collaborative Research Infrastructure Scheme 2021, High-speed camera for next-generation fire retardant/safety technologies and engine combustion research. (AUD $50K)

2020: Guan Heng Yeoh, Anthony Chun Yin Yuen, Shaun Chan, UNSW-SJTU Collaborative Research Seed Grants: Formation and evolution of soot in flames based on laser diagnostics and high-fidelity models. (AUD $10K)

2019: Victoria Timchenko, Anthony Chun Yin Yuen, Guan Heng Yeoh, Project CONDOR - nsw techvoucher project, CFD Study on Propeller Thrust via Flow and Turbulence Characterisation, funded by ANGLO PACIFIC IMPORT EXPORT PTY LTD. (AUD $9K)

2017: Guan Heng Yeoh, Shaun Chan, Anthony Chun Yin Yuen, Chun Wang, Shuying Wu, UNSW MME Collaborative Research Infrastructure Funding: Micro-scale calorimeter: A powerful tool for next-generation fire retardant materials and safety technologies research. (AUD $50K)

2017: Guan Heng Yeoh, Chun Wang, Evatt Hawkes, Shaun Kook, Shaun Chan, Shuying Wu, Anthony Chun Yin Yuen, Sahajwalla Veena, Farshid Pahlevani, Vicky Chen, UNSW Research Infrastructure Scheme: Advanced automatic interactive cone calorimeter for flammability test of novel bio-inspired fire retardant and green materials and durable coatings. (AUD $330K)

Education and Academic Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering (Building Services Engineering), The University of Hong Kong
  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of New South Wales

Research Interests

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  • ">My research focuses on the development of novel simulation approaches to enhance the reliability and capability of computational fluid dynamics based models. I have applied my self-written code on a range of topics across fire safety science including forensic fire investigations, bushfire and fire whirl modelling, characterisation/decomposition kinetics for polymers. In addition, my research also contributes to the development of bio-inspired and multifunctional nano-composite flame retardants. Now I am aiming to synergise my expertise to formulate a systematic, state-of-art fire assessment platform to effectively and physically described the fundamental flaming and degradation processes, charring and self-extinction behaviours of flame retarded polymers. The following are my key research performance highlights since my Postdoctoral employment:
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  • ">I am recongnised as one of the Top 2% Scientists Worldwide 2023 by Stanford University
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  • ">As of Jan 2024, I have &gt
  • 150 research publications with &gt
  • 135 journal articles, 3 book chapter and &gt
  • 20 conference papers
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  • ">As of Jan 2024, my H-Index is 37 in Google Scholar with &gt
  • 4,400 citations, H-index of 32 in Scopus, 30 in Web of Science, 30 in SciVal
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  • ">I have published 4 highly cited papers from 2018-2023 (top 1% cited of the academic field)
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  • ">I have published 67 in the top 10% journal by SJR from 2017-2023 according to Scopus.
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  • ">My publication related links:

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