I am an engineer by training with more than 8 years of experience in computational fluid dynamics, scientific code development,
high performance computing, and system administration. I received my PhD from the University of Pittsburgh in
Computational Modeling & Simulation in 2016. Currently, I am a research assistant professor in the
Engineering and Materials Science Department
and a Cyberinfrastructure Professional at the Center
for Research Computing
at Pitt where I manage computational research projects.
I study fluid dynamics phenomena using innovative computational solutions. I am particularly interested in turbulent combustion and energy efficient systems.
My research focuses on high performance computing solutions to discover new physics and reduce the computational expense
of fluid flow simulations.