Computational Fluid Dynamics Lab
Director: Dr. Michael Calvisi
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

The mission of the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Lab is to apply advanced computational methods to the study of fundamental fluid flow phenomena and their applications. The lab has a strong emphasis on studying multiphase and interfacial flows, particularly as relates to applications in biomedicine and energy systems. Current projects include investigations into the interaction of microbubble contrast agents with ultrasound, modeling of cavitation in ionic liquids, and understanding fluid-structure interaction in intracranial aneurysms.