Optimal Receptivity and the Generalization of the One-Way Navier-Stokes (Owns) Equations to Complex High-Speed Boundary Layers and Jets
Current Position: Postdoctoral Scholar, Mechanical & Civil Engineering, California Institute of Technology.
Instabilities in the Flow Over a Spinning Disk at Angle of Attack
Current Position: Assistant Teaching Professor, Mechanical Engineering, UC Merced.
Applications of Machine Learning to Finite Volume Methods
Current position: Quantitative Researcher, DRW.
Multi-resolution Lattice Green's Function Method for High Reynolds Number External Flows
Current position: Quantitative Researcher, Citadel Securities.
Resolvent Modeling of Turbulent Jets
Current position: Postdoctoral Associate, Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Fluid-Structure Instability in an Internal Flow Energy Harvester
Current position: Robotics Mechanical Engineering, Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
An EnKF-based Flow State Estimator for Aerodynamic Problems
Current position: Professor of Aeronautical Engineering, Insituto Technologico de Aeronautica, Brazil.
Simulation, Experiments, and Modeling of Cloud Cavitation with Application to Burst Wave Lithotripsy
Current position: Research Associate, Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University.
Numerical Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction, and their Application to Flag Flapping
Current position: Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Unsteady Aerodynamics and Optimal Control of an Airfoil at Low Reynolds Number
Current position: Mechanical Engineer, LG Chem.
Fast Lattice Green's Function Methods for Viscous Incompressible Flows on Unbounded Domains
Current position: Senior Scientist, Nanohmics.
Numerical Simulations of Droplet Aerobreakup
Current position: Research Engineer, Bosch Research and Technology Center.
Advancements in Jet Turbulence and Noise Modeling: Accurate One-Way Solutions and Empirical Evaluation of the Nonlinear Forcing of Wavepackets
Current position: Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan.
Numerical Investigation of Vertical-Axis Wind Turbines at Low Reynolds Number
Current position: Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University.
Simulation of Shock-Induced Bubble Collapse with Application to Vascular Injury in Shockwave Lithotripsy
Current position: Senior Research Scientist. Prime Air, Amazon Inc.
Effects of Polydispersity in Bubbly Flows
Current position: Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Keio University, Japan. Taiwan University.
Instability Wave Models of Turbulent Jets from Round and Serrated Nozzles
Current position: CEO, eTactica.
Optimized Feedback Control of Vortex Shedding on an Inclined Flat Plate
Current position: LG Chem.
Numerical Simulation of Wave Focusing and Scattering in Shock Wave Lithotripsy
Current position: Chief Strategy Officer, Pinnacle.
Large-Eddy Simulation of Flow Separation and Control on a Wall-Mounted Hump
Current position: Assistant Professor, Engineering Physics, University of Wisconsin.
Numerical Simulations of Non-Spherical Bubble Collapse with Applications to Shockwave Lithotripsy
Current position: Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, The University of Michigan.
The Immersed Boundary Projection Method and Its Application to Simulation and Control of Flows Around Low-Aspect-Ratio Wings
Current position: Associate Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles.
Numerical Simulations of Three-Dimensional Instabilities in Cavity Flows
Current position: Director of Operations & Senior Scientist – Aeroacoustics, Cascade Technologies.
Numerical Study of the Dynamics and Sound Generation of a Turbulent Vortex Ring
Current position: Founder and President, Being Technology.
Modeling Heat and Mass Transfer in Bubbly Cavitating Flows and Shock Waves in Cavitating Nozzles
Current position: Senior Engineer, Geosyntec Consultants.
Computation of Bubbly Cavitating Flow in Shock Wave Lithotripsy
Current position: CFD Developer, Altair Engineering.
A Dilating Vortex Particle Method for Compressible Flow with Applications to Aeroacoustics
Current position: Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles.
Modeling, simulation, and control of cavity flow oscillations
Current position: Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University.
A. Universality in vortex formation. B. Evaluation of Mach wave radiation in a supersonic jet
Current position: W. P. Bushnell Endowed Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Florida.