Students

Current Students

PhD Students

  • Brian Tunquist: Coupling uncertainty quantification with multiphase flows simulations
  • Kris Olshefski: Developing numerical methods for large-edgy simulations (LES) of gas-liquid flows

Master's Students

  • Clark Rubel: Developing numerical approach to track how liquid structures breakup and/or merge in atomization simulations

Undergraduate Students

  • Noah Anderson: Extending semi-Lagrangian fluxes near solid boundaries

Former Students

Master's Students

  • Will Krolick (2018) "Characterization of the Primary Instability on Atomizing Jets using Dynamic Mode Decomposition"
  • Gereint Sis (2018)  "Improving Contact Angle Models for Droplets by Optimizing A Curvature Evaluation Scheme"
  • Eric Cauble (2016) "Numerical Methods for Simulating Droplets Dynamics in Microfluidic Devices"
  • Patrick Sheehy (2016) "Numerical Study of Electric Reynolds Number on Electrohydrodynamic (EHD) Assisted Atomization

Undergraduate Students

  • Kris Olshefski (2017) Load balancing multiphase flows calculations
  • Grant Rydquist (2017) Simulations of jet in crossflow to assist in Magnetic Resonance Thermometry (MRT) experiment design
  • Tanner Ballance (2017) Numerical methods for calculating contact angles
  • Seth Whiteside (2017) Effect of buoyancy on flow around heated building
  • Jacob Senecal (2016) Optimal scale for curvature calculations in multiphase flows
  • Robert Aaron Currie (2016) Least squares method to compute interface curvatures