Academic Profile

Dr. Jian-Jun SHU is a recipient of the British Institution of Mechanical Engineers 1992 BFPA Prize for Young Engineers. He is a member of the editorial board of the journals of (Nature) Scientific Reports and Mathematical Problems in Engineering.
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Assoc Prof Shu Jian Jun
Associate Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Associate Professor Jian-Jun SHU's areas of expertise are Applied Mathematics, Thermo-Fluid Mechanics and Biophysics. His current research works focus on Biomolecular Mediated Computer, Mathematical Strategame Theory and Nano/Micro Fluids.

My published works have inspired articles, interviews, editorials worldwide. See some selected links below:

The next step in DNA computing: GPS mapping?

The next computer: Your genes

Efficient DNA-based computing could replace silicon

Is DNA computing going to terminate Internet banking?

Computing with DNA

DNA计算机: 计算的未来 (in Chinese-中文)

DNA是计算的未来 (in Chinese-中文)

科学家拟造DNA环保电脑 (in Chinese-中文)

Computadoras del futuro estarán basadas en ADN (in Spanish-Español)

Futuros computadores pueden ser a base de ADN (in Spanish-Español)

La siguiente computadora - Tus genes (in Spanish-Español)

Computadoras con base en ADN (in Galician-Galego)

Calculatoarele viitorului ar putea fi pe bază de ADN (in Romanian-Română)

ДНК — Будущее вычислительной области (in Russian-Русский)

ДНК-Компьютер идет на смену своему кремниевому собрату? (in Russian-Русский)

Der nächste computer- Unsere gene! (in German-Deutsch)
  • Isothermal Polymerase Chain Reaction with Infrared Induced Denaturing
  • Shu Jian Jun, Teo JBM and Chan WK. (2017). Fluid velocity slip and temperature jump at a solid surface. Applied Mechanics Reviews, 69(2), 020801.

  • Shu Jian Jun, Teo JBM and Chan WK. (2016). A new model for temperature jump at a fluid-solid interface. PLoS ONE, 11(10), e0165175.

  • Shu Jian Jun, Teo JBM and Chan WK. (2016). A new model for fluid velocity slip on a solid surface. Soft Matter, 12(40), 8388-8397.

  • Shu Jian Jun and Wang Q-W. (2014). Beyond Parrondo’s paradox. Scientific Reports, 4(4244), 1-9.

  • Shu Jian Jun, Wang Q-W and Yong K-Y. (2011). DNA-based computing of strategic assignment problems. Physical Review Letters, 106(18), 188702.