Yam Ke San joined Curtin University, Sarawak, Malaysia Campus as a lecturer in Mechanical Engineering in October 2015. He previously has worked as a researcher at the Department of Oil and Gas Engineering at Cranfield University. He previously has obtained his Bachelor degree in Nottingham University and his MSc and PhD from Leeds University.
- PhD in Environmental Engineering, Leeds University
- Msc in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Leeds University
- Beng in Mechanical Engineering, Nottingham University Malaysia Campus
K Yam, AD Burns, DB Ingham, and WD McCaffrey. Influence of lift force on the settling velocities of rotating particles in two-dimensional shear flow. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 139(12):1277–1285, 2013
Ke Yam, William D McCaffrey, Derek B Ingham, and Alan D Burns. Cfd modelling of selected laboratory turbidity currents. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 49(5):657–666, 2011
K Yam, SD Harris, DB Ingham, and I Pop. Boundary-layer flow of reiner–philippoff fluids past a stretching wedge. International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics, 44(10):1056–1062, 2009