Professional and personal takes on my professorly life.

Short Bio 🔗

Kyle E. Niemeyer is an Associate Professor and Welty Faculty Fellow at Oregon State University in the School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering. He also serves as the Associate School Head for Undergraduate Programs (as of December 2023). He leads the Niemeyer Research Group, which uses computational modeling to study various phenomena involving fluid flows, including combustion and chemical kinetics, and related topics like numerical methods and parallel computing. He is also a strong advocate of open access, open source software, and open science in general, and has contributed in the area of standardizing research software citation. Kyle's work spans more than 60 peer-reviewed publications, and he has received multiple prestigious fellowships throughout his career, including the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship in 2022, the Better Scientific Software (BSSw) Fellowship in 2019, the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in 2010, and the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship in 2009. Kyle received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in 2013, working with Professor Jackie Sung in the Combustion Diagnostics Laboratory (now at the University of Connecticut). He received BS and MS degrees in Aerospace Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in 2009 and 2010, respectively.

Academic Lineage 🔗

My full academic lineage can be found at my Mathematics Genealogy Project profile, but briefly, I was advised by:

As an undergraduate, I was also advised by

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