We study fluid dynamics phenomena using computer simulations, particularly fluid flows involving chemical reactions such as combustion. Our work extends from chemical kinetic reaction models for transportation fuels to computationally expensive, direct numerical simulations of turbulent combustion.

Our research focuses on numerical methods to reduce the computational expense of accurately simulating combustion and engineering fluid flows, as well as the actual physical phenomena like turbulence-chemistry interactions and smoldering combustion.

Kyle was promoted to Associate Professor and received indefinite tenure effective September 16, and Emily successfully defended her MS thesis!

Posted 23 Sep 2020

AJ successfully defended his PhD dissertation—congratulations Dr. Fillo!

Posted 16 Dec 2019

Phil was featured in the Oregon State Honors Link about his second internship with Google!

Posted 12 Jul 2019
Posted 09 Jul 2018