I am an Assistant Research Scientist in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, USA. As part of the Maryland Advanced Research Computing Center, I work with various research groups across the university to advance their research by improving their ability to effectively employ high-performance computing resources for data synthesis and analysis. My personal research interests include:
- Disperse two-phase flow
- High performance computing using Graphics Processing Units
- Computational physics
I am the developer of Bluebottle, a GPU-centric resolved-particle disperse two-phase flow solver.
I believe teaching isn’t teaching if no one is learning, and I take pride in helping guide students through new STEM concepts both inside and outside the classroom.
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