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HiPAC People

▶ NIA Researchers
Boris Diskin, Ph.D.
Research Fellow, NIA
Research Associate Professor,
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
University of Virginia


Adjoint-based optimization methods, Finite-volume discretizations, Multigrid methods on structured/unstructured grids
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Hiroaki Nishikawa, Ph.D.
Sr. Research Scientist, NIA


Viscous/inviscid discretization and convergence acceleration methods for unstructured grids
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Matteo Parsani, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow at NASA LaRC


high-order accurate methods for large-eddy simulation and aeroacoustics, efficient explicit and implicit time integrators and acceleration techniques for compressible flows
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Sriram Rallabhandi, Ph.D.
Sr. Research Engineer, NIA


Aircraft Design, Sonic Boom Modeling, Multi-Disciplinary Design Optimization, Aerodynamic Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Reduced Order Modeling and Model Order Reduction
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Balaji Shankar Venkatachari, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Alabama at Birmingham


Resident at the NASA Langley Research Center in the Computational AeroSciences Branch, working on numerical algorithm development, Hypersonics, TPS modeling (continuum and multi-scale modeling), and CAA.
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▶ Faculties in Residence
Li-Shi Luo, Ph.D.
The Richard F. Barry Jr. Distinguished Endowed Professor (in Residence, NIA)
Mathematics and Statistics,
Old Dominion University


Kinetic methods for CFD, Nonequilibrium flows, Complex fluids
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Bill Moore, Ph.D.
Professor in Residence, NIA
Atmospheric & Planetary Sciences,
Hampton University


Thermal Evolution of Planet and Satellite Inteiors, Dynamical Evolution of Planets and Satellites, Coupled Atmosphere-Interior Modeling of Planets, What Makes a Planetary Body Habitable?
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