Broadly interested in High Performance Computing, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Rotor Aero-acoustics and Turbulence. I like to develop / implement efficient, high-fidelity numerical methods to study industrially relevant problems in fluid dynamics and related multi-physics on modern supercomputing architectures.
Specifically working towards the following projects funded by EU Exellerat Project and SeRC Exascale Simulation Software Initiative – SESSI :
(1) High-fidelity CFD simulation of helicopter/UAV rotors and their aeroacoustics as part of the EU Exellerat Project
(2) Setting up and running the turbulent flow past the NASA/Boeing Speedbump on the W orld's 3rd fastest supercomputer LUMI
Doctoral research is supervised by Prof. Philipp Schlatter and Prof. Stefano Markidis .
When I am not working with CFD, I practice horse riding and hope to compete in the near future. Equestrianism combines two of the other fields that I have always been interested in: animals and psychology.
Engineering Mechanics (SG1117), assistant | Course web
Vehicle Aerodynamics (SG2211), assistant | Course web