Ph.D. California Institute of Technology. 2008.
M.S. California Institute of Technology. 2002.
B.S. University of California, Santa Barbara. 2001.
Our research draws from applied mathematics, numerical analysis, physical modeling and high-performance computing to develop novel techniques for numerical simulations and modeling of flow phenomena. We use these tools to uncover the basic physics underlying complex multiscale and multiphysics flows, with an emphasis on:
- Multiphase flows and plasmas -- Bubbles, droplets and low-temperature plasmas
- Turbulence -- Stability, mixing and boundary layers
- Compressible flow -- Shock and acoustic waves in heterogeneous media
- Scientific computing -- High-order methods and parallel computing
Our work finds applications in biomedical engineering, energy sciences, aeronautical and automotive engineering, turbomachinery and naval engineering.