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Methodologies: High Performance Computing, Multi-scale and Large-scale, Multiphysics

Jesse Capecelatro

Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering


Aerospace Engineering

Jesse Capecelatro is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering. His research is focused on developing large-scale simulation capabilities for prediction and design of the complex multi-physics and multiphase flows relevant to energy and the environment. To achieve this, his group develops robust and scalable numerical methods to leverage world-class supercomputing resources. Current research activities include adjoint-based sensitivity of turbulent combustion, modeling strongly-coupled particle-laden flows, and multiphase aeroacoustics.

Combustion in a turbulent boundary layer.

Combustion in a turbulent boundary layer.