| Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Affiliate, Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering
Member, Michigan Institute for Plasma Science and Engineering
Member, Applied Physics Program
University of Michigan
Group website: Computational Flow Physics Laboratory
ME 320 (Fluid mechanics, undergraduate)
Fluid mechanics, including multiphase flows (cavitation, bubble and droplet dynamics), computational fluid dynamics (CFD), unsteady flows, high-speed flows and shock waves, turbulence and mixing, interfacial instabilities, non-newtonian flows, plasmas, and high-performance computing.
Applications: biomedical engineering, energy, aeronautics, turbomachinery, naval engineering and high-energy density physics.
Ted Kennedy Family Team Excellence Award (2014, U of M)