University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
Early CAREER Award, National Science Foundation; Excellence in Teaching Award, Northrup Grumman; Invited Speaker, National Science Foundation (NSF) Panel
His research is focused on developing a theoretical limit for the performance of large wind farms, understanding and mitigating the adverse effect of a stratified atmosphere on wind farm output, uncovering the causes for the erratic performance of superhydrophobic surfaces for drag reduction, modeling flow through flexible vegetation canopies in complex terrain, and developing an open-source instrument for micro-scale density measurements.
PhD Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University
MS Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University
MSc Applied Mathematics, Imperial College London
BEng Aerospace Engineering, University of Southampton