Xiaojing (Ruby) Fu
Ruby received her BS summa cum laude in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from Clarkson University, her MS in Computational Engineering (formerly known as Computation Design & Optimization) from MIT, and her PhD in Civil & Environmental Engineering from MIT.
She is awarded the Miller Fellowship at UC Berkeley in 2018. She is the plenary speaker at the 2020 Gordon Research Conference on Natural Gas Hydrate Systems. She also served as the elected chair for Gordon Research Seminar on Natural Gas Hydrate Systems in 2020.
Teaching (current and planned)
- ME12C: Mechanics | Spring 2021;
- ME/CE/Ge/ESE 146: Computational Methods for Flow in Porous Media | Winter 2022.