Computational Physics Group
Daniel Livescu from the Los Alamos National Laboratory is an expert on theoretical and computational aspects of fluid dynamics, compressible and shocked turbulence, Instabilities driven and multiphase flows.
Samuel Paolucci at the University of Notre Dame is an expert on theoretical and computational aspects of fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and thermodynamics, with particular interest in complex fluids, heterogeneous materials and ionic liquids.
David B. Go at the University of Notre Dame is interested in the micro-plasma physics, electro-hydro-dynamics, heat transfer, and fluid dynamics. He is involved in research focused on the micro-plasma induced damage.
Joseph M. Power at the University of Notre Dame is interested in the combustion, flow physics and applied mathematics. He is deeply involved in research focused on the reduced kinetics schemes for combustion.
Nick G. Glumac at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is doing his research in the Combustion Laboratory.
Nicholas J. Zabaras at the University of Notre Dame is an internationally recognized researcher in the area of computational mathematics and computational materials science, uncertainty quantification and the stochastic modeling.
Thomas L. Jackson at the Center for Compressible Multiphase Turbulence at the University of Florida is interested in fully three-dimensional burning characteristics of heterogeneous solid propellants.
Andrew Lumsdaine at the Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies at the Indiana University is performing research in the area of High-performance Computing.
Steve F. Son at Purdue University is working in the area of multiphase combustion and energetic materials.
Alexander Mukasyan at the University of Notre Dame is interested in combustion of heterogeneous systems.
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