Dr Li is currently a senior lecturer of Mathematics at Charles Sturt Unviersity, Albury-Wodonga campus. He joined CSU in January 2011.

- Computational methods for fluid flows
- Implementation of mass conservative mesh refinement methods in C++

[57] Li, Z., Computational complexity of the algorithm for a 2D adaptive mesh refinement method using lid-driven cavity flows. *Computational Thermal Sciences*, 9(5)(2017), 395-403.

[56] Li, Z., Wood, R., CFD Analysis of 2D Unsteady Flow Past a Square Cylinder at Low Reynolds Numbers. *Proceedings of 2017 International Conference Applied Mathematics, Computational Science and Systems Engineering*, 2017, to appear.

[55] Li, Z., Wood, R., Accuracy verification of a 2D adaptive mesh refinement method for incompressible or steady flow. *Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics*, 318(2017), 259-265.

[54] Li, Z., Wood, R., Accuracy analysis of a 2D adaptive mesh refinement method using lid-driven cavity flow and two refinements. *Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering*, 2016, 773-784.

[53] Li, Z., Crowhurst P. and Wood R., Error driven node placement as applied to one dimensional shallow water equations. * Proceedings of 17th International conference on modelling and simulation (UKSim2015)*, 31-38, March 25-27, 2015, Cambridge, United Kingdom. IEEE Computer Society. DOI: 10.1109/UKSim.2015.31.

[52] Li, Z., Wood, R., Accuracy analysis of an adaptive mesh refinement method using benchmarks of 2-D steady incompressible lid-driven cavity flows and coarser meshes. *Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics*, 275(2015), 262-271.

[51] Lal, R., Li, Z., Sensitivity analysis of a mesh refinement method using the numerical solutions of 2D lid-driven cavity flow. *Journal of Mathematical Chemistry*, 53(2015), 844-867.

[50] Li, Z., Accuracy analysis of a mesh refinement method using benchmarks of 2-D lid-driven cavity flows and finer meshes. *Journal of Mathematical Chemistry*, 52(2014), 1156-1170.

[49] Mungkasi, S., Li, Z., Roberts, S., Weak local residuals as smoothness indicators for the shallow water equations. *Applied Mathematics Letters*, 30(2014), 51-55.

[48] Li, Z., A Mass Conservative Streamline Tracking Method using Dual Stream Functions over Tetrahedral Domains. *Visualization of Mechanical Process*, 4(2)(2012), DOI: 10.1615/VisMechProc.2013003332

[47] Li, Z., Further Accuracy Analysis of a Mesh Refinement Method Using 2D Lid-driven Cavity Flow, *Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering*, June 23-27, 2013, Almeria, Spain.

[46] Crowhurst, P., Li, Z., Numerical Solutions of One-Dimensional Shallow Water Equations. *Proceedings of 2013 UKSim 15th International conference on modelling and simulation*, 55-60, April 10-12, 2013, Cambridge, United Kingdom. IEEE Computer Society.

[45] Li, Z., An Application of a Mesh Refinement to Lid-driven Cavity Flow. *11th International Conference on Fluid Control, Measurements and Visualization*, Paper No. 241, December 5-9, 2011, Keelung, Taiwan.

[44] Li, Z., Singh, N., Creating Streamribbons Based on Mass Conservative Streamlines. * International Journal of Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Science*, 3(2)(2009), 103-107.

[43] Li, Z., An Adaptive Two-dimensional Mesh Refinement Method Based on the Law of Mass Conservation. *Journal of Flow Visualization and Image Processing*, 15(1)(2008), 17-33.

[42] Raj, N., Li, Z., Creating Streamlines Based on Mass Conservative Streamlines. *International Journal of Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences*, 2(1)(2008), 41-45.

[41] Li, Z., An Adaptive Three-dimensional Mesh Refinement Method Based on the Law of Mass Conservation. *Journal of Flow Visualization and Image Processing*, 14(4)(2007), 375-395.

[40] Li, Z., Roberts, A.J., Low-dimensional Modeling of a Generalised Burgers Equation. *Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 3(2007), 203-218.

[39] Li, Z., Roberts, A.J., A Flexible Error Estimate for the Application of Centre Manifold Theory. *Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 3(2007), 241-249.

[38] Roberts, A.J., Li, Z., The Accurate and Comprehensive Model of Thin Fluid Flows with Inertia on Curved Substrates. *Journal of Fluid Mechanics*, 553(2006), 33-73.

[37] Li, Z., An Adaptive Streamline Tracking Method for Three-Dimensional CFD Velocity Fields Based on the Law of Mass Conservation. *Journal of Flow Visualization and Image Processing*, 13(2006), 359-376.

[36] Li, Z., An Adaptive Streamline Tracking Method for Two-Dimensional CFD Velocity Fields Based on the Law of Mass Conservation. *Journal of Flow Visualization and Image Processing*, 13(2006), 1-14.

[35] Li, Z., Mallinson, G., Dual Stream Function Visualization of Fluid Fields Dependent on Two Variables. *Computing and Visualization in Science*, 9(1)(2006), 33-41.

[34] Li, Z., Further Investigation of An Adaptive Three-dimensional Mesh Refinement Method with a Central Vortex Velocity Field. *ICCES International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences *(E-Journal), 3(4)(2007), 251-256.

[33] Singh, R. P., Li, Z., A Mass Conservative Streamline Tracking Method for Three Dimensional CFD Velocity Fields. *Journal of Flow Visualization and Image Processing*, 14(1)(2007), 107-120.

[32] Li, Z., Mallinson, G., Simplifications of An Existing Mass Conservative Streamline Tracking Method for 2D CFD Velocity Fields. *GIS and Remote Sensing in Hydrology, Water Resources and Environment*, Y. Chen, K. Takara, I. D. Cluckies & F. H. D. Smedt, eds. IAHS Press, 289, pp. 269-275, 2004

[31] Li, Z., Mallinson, G., The Fluid Flow Visualisations Based on Space Curve Theory. *Curves and Surface Design: Saint-Malo 2002*, T. Lyche, M. Mazure, and L. Achumaker, eds., pp. 283-291.

[30] Mei, Z., Roberts, A.J., Li, Z., Modelling the Dynamics of Turbulent Floods. *SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics*, 63(2)(2002), 423-458.

[29] Li, Z., A Mass Conservative Streamline Tracking Method for Two Dimensional CFD Velocity Fields. *Journal of Flow Visualization and Image Processing*, 9(3)(2002), 75-87.

[28] Li, Z., Mallinson, G., Mass Conservative Fluid Flow Visualisation for CFD Velocity Fields. *KSME International Journal*, 15(12) (2001), 1794-1800.

[27] Li, Z., Kecman, V., and Ichikawa, A., Fuzzified Neural Networks Based on Fuzzy Number Operations.* Fuzzy Sets and Systems*, 130(3) (2002), 15-28.

[26] Li, Z., Suitability of Fuzzy Reasoning Methods. *Fuzzy Sets and Systems*, 108(3) (1999), 299-311.

[25] Dai, X., Li, Z., Two Methods for Dynamic Data Exchange in Windows System. *Applied Computer*, 6 (1994) (In Chinese, English abstract), 18-20.

[24] Sun, G., Li, Z., The Limit Cycle of a Class of Consumed Nutrition Micro-organism. Guohua Sun and Zhenquan Li. *J. of Hebei University*, 2(1992) (In Chinese, English abstract), 44-50.

[23] Li, Z., The Topological Entropy of a Class of Mapping. *Statistics and Applied Probability*, Special issue (1992) (In Chinese, English abstract), 130-131.

[22] Li, Z., Sun, G., The Sufficient and Necessary Condition for Embedding of Mapping of C^1 in Semiflows. *Quarterly of Mathematics*, 2(1988) (In Chinese), 44-46.

[21] Sun, G., Li, Z., Qualitative Study of a Model of Predatoriness Base upon the Theory of Nutrition Kinetics. *J. of Hebei University*, 3(1987) (In Chinese, English abstract), 66-72.

[20] Sun, G., Li, Z., Uniqueness of Limit Cycle of a Model of Predator to Prey. *J. of Hebei University*, 3(1987) (In Chinese, English abstract), 72-77.

[19] Li, Z., The Extension and Applications of J.H.C. Whitehead’s Theorem. *J. of Hebei University*, 4(1986) (In Chinese, English abstract), 75-77.

[18] Li, Z., Lal, R., An Application of A Mesh refinement Method Based on the Law of Mass Conservation, * Proceedings of 2010 International Conference on Computational and Information Sciences*, pp. 226-229, IEEE Computer Society.

[17] Li Z., Further Investigation of An Adaptive Three-dimensional Mesh Refinement Method with a Central Vortex Velocity Field. *Proceedings of ICCES07*. ICCES0720060730038. Jan. 3-8, Miami, USA. (Same paper as [33])

[16] Li Z., Mass Conservative Computer Modeling in Fluid Engineering. *Proceedings of 2nd Asia-Pacific International Conference on computational method in engineering*, Paper No. 57, Nov. 14-18, 2006, Hefei, China.

[15] Li, Z., An Adaptive Three-dimensional Mesh Refinement Method for the Problems in Fluid Engineering. *Proceedings of ICCES05-INDIA (International conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Science)*, pp. 381-386. December 1-6, 2005, Chennai, India.

[14] Li, Z., An Adaptive Two-Dimensional Mesh Refinement Method for the Problems in Fluid Engineering. *Proceedings of the 2004 International Symposium on Computational and Information Science*, December 16-18, 2004, Shanghai, China. Lecture notes in Computer Science 3314, pp. 118-123.

[13] Li, Z., Simplifications of An Existing Mass Conservative Streamline Tracking Method for 2D CFD Velocity Fields, *Proceedings of International Conference of GIS and Remote Sensing in Hydrology, Water Resources and Environment*, September 16-19, 2003, Yichang, China.

[12] Li, Z., A Mass Conservative Streamline Tracking Method for Three Dimensional CFD Velocity Fields. *Proceedings of ASME International 2003 Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting*, FEDSM2003-45526, pp. 1-6, July 6-10, 2003, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

[11] Li, Z., A Comparison of 3-D Mass Conservative Streamline Tracking Methods. *Proceedings of the 7th Asian Symposium on Visualization*, November 3-7, 2003, Singapore.

[10] Li, Z., Mallinson, G., An Adaptive Streamline Tracking Method for Two Dimensional CFD Velocity Fields. *Proceedings of the 7th Asian Symposium on Visualization*, November 3-7, 2003, Singapore.

[9] Li, Z., Tangent Curves for Linearly Varying Velocity Fields over Tetrahedral Domains, *Proceedings of Image and Vision Computing '02 NZ*, pp. 35-38, November 26-28, 2002, Auckland, New Zealand.

[8] Li, Z., A Parallel Learning Algorithm for Fuzzy Neural Networks Based on Fuzzy Number Operations. *Proceedings of the Optical Technology and Image Processing For Fluids and Solids Diagnostics (SPIE-Beijing 2002)*, P081, pp. 1-5, September 3-6, 2002, Beijing, China.

[7] Li, Z., Mallinson, G., Dual Stream Functions for Linearly Varying Momentum Vector Fields over Tetrahedral Domains.*Proceedings of The 10th International Symposium on Flow Visualization (ISFV-10)*, F0121, pp. 1-12, August 26-19, 2002, Kyoto, Japan.

[6] Kecman, V., Li, Z., Fuzzy Calculus by RBF Neural Networks. *Proceedings of The Sixth International Conference on Neural Networks and Soft Computing ICNNSC 2002*, pp. 516-522, June 11-15, 2002, Zakopane, Poland. Advances in Soft Computing, Springer-Verlag.

[5] Li, Z., Mallinson, G., Mass Conservative Fluid Flow Visualisation for CFD Velocity Fields. *Proceedings of 6th Asian Symposium on Visualisation*, paper No.33, pp. 1-6, 2001, Busan, Korea.

[4] Li, Z., Roberts, A.J., An Accurate Model of Thin 3D Fluid Flows with Inertia on Curved Surfaces. *Proceedings of EMAC98*, pp. 315-318.
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[3] Li, Z., Nishikawa, M., and Ichikawa, A., The Choice of Weights and Biases of Fuzzy Neural Networks Based on Fuzzy Number Operations. *Proceedings of ICONIP’98*, pp. 1770—1773, IOS Press, October 1998, Kitakyushu, Japan.

[2] Suslov, S.A., Mei, Z., Roberts, A.J., and Li, Z., Centre Manifold Modelling of Turbulent Shallow Fluid Flow. *Bulletin of the American Physical Society*, 43(9), pp. 2040, 1998.

[1] Li, Z., Zhang, Y., Nishikawa, M., and Ichikawa, A., A Learning Algorithm for Fuzzy Neural Network Based on Fuzzy Numbers Operations. *Proceedings of ICONIP 96*, pp. 260-265, Springer, 1996, Hong Kong.

[1] Implementation of an Adaptive Two-dimensional Mesh Refinement Method Based on the Law of Mass Conservation. Dinesh Kumar and Zhenquan Li. *2006 Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields*, Jan. 16- 18, 2006, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

[2] A Mass Conservative Streamline tracking Method for Three Dimensional CFD velocity fields. Roslyn Preetika Singh and Zhenquan Li. *2006 New Zealand Mathematics Colloquium*, Dec. 4-6, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

[3] The Stream Surfaces in Flow Visualization, Zhenquan Li and Gordon Mallinson, *International Conference on Fifth Curves and Surfaces*, June 27 - July 3, 2002,Saint-Malo, France.

[4] Low-dimensional Modelling of a Generalised Burgers Equation Based on Centre Manifold Theory, Zhenquan Li, *Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZIAM'98) Conference*, Feb. 7-11, 1998, Coolangatta, Queensland, Australia.

[5] Modelling Turbulent Floods: cube-root version. Z. Mei, A.J. Roberts, A.J., and Zhenquan Li, *The 51st Annual Meeting of Division of Fluid Dynamics*,November 1998, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

[6] Low-dimensional Modelling of Turbulent Flow Based on Centre Manifold Theory, Zhenquan Li, *Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZIAM'97) 33rd Australian Applied Mathematics Conference*, Lorne, Victoria, Australian.

[7] A New Fuzzy Reasoning Method, Zhenquan Li, *4th IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems & 2nd International Fuzzy Engineering Symposium*, Mar. 20-24, 1995, Yokohama, Japan.

[1] Numerical Solutions for Mathematical Models in Fluid Engineering, Zhenquan Li. First Auckland/Waikato Region Applied Maths Day, IIMS, Massey University, Albany, Auckland, October 31, 2003.

[2] Low-dimensional Model of Turbulence Based on Centre Manifold Theory, Zhenquan Li. Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZIAM’97) Conference, Lorne, Victoria, Australia, 2-6 February 1997.

[3] Fuzzy Neural Networks, Zhenquan Li. 1996 QANZIAM weekend conference, Marburg, Queensland, Australia.