Professor of Fluid Mechanics
-Major Field Advisor for Fluid Dynamics, Department of Mechanical Engineering
-Head Advisor, UC Berkeley Graduate Program in Applied Science and Technology
Studies 3D vortices in the ocean, rotating stratified flows, parallel computing (and debugging), analytical and applied fluid dynamics.
|Chiyu “Max” Jiang
-Third year PhD student.
-Interested in Deep Learning/AI and it’s applications in problems related to fluid controls.
-Interested in Automated Shape Morphing, Shape Generation and Shape Design.
Interested in shape optimization with morphing, and applications of deep learning in fluid mechanics.
Third year PhD student and the website manager. Interested in applications of numerics and computers to solving large scale problems, from those in data science to those in CFD
|Aidi “Andy” Zhang
First year PhD student.
|Haris Moazam Sheikh
First year PhD student.
Former Graduate Students
Works on modeling artificial photosynthesis and simulating bubble flows using spherical harmonics.
Meng works on extracting velocity fields of the atmospheres of Jupiter and Saturn from satellite images. He also studies critical layers, stability, transport and vortices in stratified and unstratified Taylor-Couette flow.
-Interested in CFD, and morphing technology
Chung-Hsiang specializes in using spectral and spectral element methods, parallel programming, MPI, and perturbation methods.
Studies 3D vortices in geophysical and astrophysical flows, rotating stratified flows, high performance computing, theoretical and applied fluid dynamics.
Works on late-stage star formation and early-stage planetesimal formation via vortices and waves in protoplanetary accretion disks around protostars.
Former Undergraduate Students
Caleb Levy studies the stability of oceanic and planetary vortices, and works with Aaron on internal gravity waves.
Aaron works on internal and inertial gravity waves in protoplanetary accretion disks and studies critical layers as well as numerical methods.
Jega builds programs CAD files to CFD data, and focuses on refinements of coarse meshes for increased simulation resolution.
Laurette Tuckerman, MIT, 1984
Samir Bouaoudia, UC Berkeley, 1990
Katie Coughlin, Harvard University, 1990
Robert Van Buskirk, Harvard University, 1991
Changhoon Lee, UC Berkeley, 1993
Tatsuhito Matsushima, UC Berkeley, 1995
Seogcheol Kim, UC Berkeley, 1996
Darrell Kidani, UC Berkeley, 1997
Tom Humphreys, UC Berkeley, 2000
Ashraf Youssef, UC Berkeley, 2000
Tonushree Kundu, UC Berkeley, 2001
Joseph Barranco, UC Berkeley, 2004
Xylar Asay-Davis, UC Berkeley, 2008
Sushil Shetty, UC Berkeley, 2008