University of Iceland
VR-II Hjarðarhaga 6, 107 Reykjavik
I’m interested in understanding complex turbulent fluid flows, mostly using numerical simulations. My work has focused on turbulent wall-bounded flows and multiphase turbulence (e.g. particle suspensions/bubbly flows, high-Reynolds number flows). I’m also interested in the development of fast numerical methods and their implementation in versatile solvers that can harness modern high-performance computing resources.
In case you are looking for it, here is my (extensive) CV.
Where am I
I graduated as a PhD in 2017 at TU Delft, supervised by Wim-Paul Breugem. After a two-year postdoc at KTH Mechanics (Sweden), I kept moving North to the University of Iceland in a three-year research fellowship in the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences. Though I will move out of Iceland after this three-year period (now, finally, South!), I will stay in touch and affiliated as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Iceland.
And in October 2022 I move back to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at TU Delft as a tenure-track Assistant Professor! Please stay tuned as I will update (and refurbish) this website with some exciting news and announcements related to this new position.
Now you know where to find me!
- 2017 PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Laboratory for Hydro and Aerodynamics, TU Delft, Delft, The Netherlands
- 2012 MSc in Mechanical Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal
- 2009 BSc in Mechanical Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal