Professor Fan joined UF in 2003. His research focus is to develop microfluidics and BioMEMS technologies and apply them to biomedical applications. Microfluidics involves device fabrication and manufacturing, study of fluid behavior in microscale, and exploiting the devices for a variety of applications including point-of-care testing, environmental monitoring, and detection of pathogens in the field.
Ph.D., 1965, University of Florida
Aerodynamics and Mathematica
Ph.D., Human Biodynamics, University of California, Berkeley, 1998,M.S., Exercise Physiology, University of Miami 1994,B.S., Mathematics Education, University of Central Florida 1992
Ph.D., 1990, Auburn University
Dynamics and control of multibody systems, game theory, orbital dynamics, flight mechanics.
M.Ed., Pennsylvania State University
- Academic Advising
- Adult Learning and Development
- Assessment and Accreditation
- Degree Certification
- Enrollment Management
- Experiential Learning
- International Programs
- Strategic Initiatives
Ph.D., 1993, Stanford University
Musculoskeletal biomechanics, multibody dynamics, design optimization, contact mechanics.