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The path to a secure and responsible energy future will be led by frontiers in turbulence, thermal sciences, and high-performance computing. Advancements in these fields will enable cleaner and more efficient energy technologies, and provide a deeper understanding of the natural world.

Our group focuses on developing physics-based models and numerical algorithms to leverage super computers for prediction and optimization of the complex flows relevant to energy and the environment.

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Recent news
9/3/2020 - Prof Capecelatro wrote an article for The Conversation on school bus safety during COVID-19.

8/31/2020 - The Capecelatro Research Group was awarded a grant by the National Science Foundation titled "Advances in closure modeling for turbulent flows with finite-sized particles informed by massive simulations on heterogenous architectures," a collaboration between Michigan, Iowa State, and Georgia Tech.
8/18/2020 - Prof Capecelatro is quoted in The Michigan Engineering News Center on research to quantify risk of COVID-19 on UM buses.

7/29/2020 - Capecelatro research group's work on plume-surface interactions appeared in The Michigan Engineering News Center and Cosmos Magazine.

6/4/2020 - Capecelatro researh group's recent work on modeling the transmission of infectious aerosols highlighted in Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery & Engineering (MICDE).

4/2/2020 - Prof Capecelatro is quoted in The Michigan Engineering News Center on research related to testing N95 masks against coronavirus-scale particles.

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