Sun Dejun, male, born in 1967, professor and Ph.D. supervisor in Dept. of Modern Physics of USTC; 1993-1998，Bachelor’s degree in Fluid Mechanics (five-year undergraduate program) in Dept. of Modern Physics of USTC; Master’s degree in 1991 and doctoral degree in 1995. He won CAS President Award in 1995 and began to work in USTC. He was appointed as associate professor in May 1998 and as professor and Ph.D. supervisor in Jan. 2004. He once conducted cooperative research in Space Institute, University of Tennessee and Institute of Applied Mechanics, National Taiwan University.
His main research fields are flow stability and flow control, aerodynamic noise. In recent years he took charge of one key project of National Natural Science Foundation, several surface projects of National Natural Science Foundation, and has taken part in CAS Innovation Project and 863 Project, doing research on absolute and convective instability of swirling flow, coaxial jets instability, the film flow stability, multi-fluid interface instabilities, Bifurcation and the overall stability of thermal convection. He has published one monograph Stability of Vortex Flow (in cooperation with others), over 60 academic papers on national and international journals (nearly 40 SCI and EI papers), among which 5 papers were published on authoritative journal of Fluid Mechanics: Physics of Fluids and several papers on authoritative journals of Oceanology like Journal of Geophysical Research and Physical Review E. His papers have been cited by SCI retrieval for over 70 times.