I am a graduate student in the Rycroft Group. My research interests lie in the intersection of computational fluid dynamics, scientific computing, computer graphics, and science communication. I am particularly passionate about their multidisciplinary applications in physics-based animation. Also, I aspire to connect art and science together through visualizations and artworks.
Currently, I am studying and developing computational methods for Eulerian simulations of fluid–structure interaction. I also defended my master’s thesis on this topic, “A Lattice Boltzmann Implementation of the Reference Map Technique”, in May 2020. See Fluid–Structure Interaction tab for more details.
6. Lattice Boltzmann reference map technique for Eulerian simulation of fluid–structure interaction
SIAM Conference on Life Science 2022, Pittsburgh, PA (July 12, 2022)
5. Soft, squishy, submerged:
Eulerian simulation of fluid–structure interaction with the lattice Boltzmann reference map technique
University of Michigan Applied Math Graduate Student AIM Seminar, Virtual (March 25, 2022)
4. A fully Eulerian lattice Boltzmann simulation of multi-soft-body fluid–structure interaction
APS DFD Annual Meeting 2021, Phoenix, AZ (November 22, 2021)
3. A lattice Boltzmann implementation of the reference map technique for fluid–structure interaction
SIAM Annual Meeting 2021, Virtual (July 19, 2021)
2. A lattice Boltzmann based reference map technique for fluid–structure interaction
APS March Meeting 2021, Virtual (March 19, 2021)
1. “From Notebook to the Cloud” Workshops
Harvard IACS ComputeFest 2020, Cambridge, MA (January 21, 2020)
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