Jesse Capecelatro is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical 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.
Research AreasHigh Performance Computing
Modeling: Multi-scale; Predictive and Metamodeling