- Research Fellow
- Australian National University
- Optoelectronics Device Modelling
- Single-Photon Detector
- B.Sc (1st Class Honours) in Physics, The Australian National University, 2013
- Ph.D in Physics, The Australian National University, 2019
Dr Zhe Li received his PhD in Physics from the Australian National University (ANU). His doctoral research focused on applying lattice-Boltzmann methods to model multicomponent multiphase fluid flow in complex geological porous media, specifically digital rock physics. Before joining the ARC Centre of Excellence for Transformative Meta-Optical Systems (TMOS) at ANU, Dr Li was a postdoctoral fellow at the Advanced Research Computing Centre at Virginia Tech. During this time, he contributed to the development of the open-source Lattice Boltzmann Methods for Porous Media (LBPM) as part of the Open Porous Media (OPM) Initiative, accessible through the following link: (https://github.com/OPM/LBPM). Dr Li’s current research focuses on modelling nano-/micro-scale optoelectronic devices and microscale multicomponent/multiphase electrochemical and biological membrane systems.