Active research areas include computational fluid dynamics (CFD), including both large-scale computing and turbulence modeling, experimental fluids, bioheat transfer and biopreservation, race car aerodynamics, bio-fluid dynamics, combustion, stochastic flow and thermal processes, applied math and modeling and heat transfer.
Depending on interest, graduate students with interests in bioengineering typically make primary course selections from the following list. For a complete listing of available courses, students are advised to consult the course delivery schedule.
- MEGR 7113/8113: Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Compressible Flow
- MEGR 7114/8114: Advanced Fluid Mechanics
- MEGR 7090/8090: Computational Fluid Dynamics
- MEGR 7090/8090: Data Analysis and Uncertainty
- MEGR 7090/8090: Special Topics: Statistical Thermodynamics
- MEGR 7090/8090: Turbulence Modeling and Simulations
- MEGR 7090/8090: Turbulent Shear Flows
- MEGR 7090/8090: Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Flow Problems