Students and Staff
|Karthik Menon (Ph.D.)
I work on Aeroelastic Flutter, which means I spend my time observing cylinders, airfoils (and shapes in between) as they bob up-and-down while producing interesting vortex wake patterns. The aim of my work is to understand this dynamical behaviour from a Fluids-Structure Interaction perspective, and possibly control or enhance these oscillations according to the application. About me: I grew up in Bangalore, India, and joined FPCL in 2016. I love reading, travelling and am a huge basketball buff.
|Shantanu Bailoor (Ph.D.)
My work involves computer simulations of cardiovascular hemodynamics and thrombosis in prosthetic aortic valves.
|Samvit Kumar (Ph.D.)
I am a Ph.D. student and am advised jointly by Dr. Charles Meneveau and Dr. Rajat Mittal. My work is on wall bounded turbulence.
|Chuanxin Ni (Ph.D.)
I completed my Master’s Thesis research in FPCL and transferred to the Ph.D. program in the summer of 2019. My master’s research focuses on the thrombogenesis and hemodynamics in the patient-specific Left Atrial Appendages (LAA). Now, my Ph.D. project is about the ultrasonic acoustic wave generation in the larynx of bats. Specifically, I will investigate the relationship between the anatomical structures of bats’ larynx and the ultrasound generation by simulations.Email: [email protected]
|Ziyu Wang (M.S.)
I joined FPCL in 2020 as a master student. I earned my bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at University of Toronto. My research focuses on CFD modeling of cardiovascular blood flows.