I graduated from the University of Southampton with first class honors in Mechanical Engineering (2010). I am currently a post graduate research student with the ICSS-DTC. My research will be focused on transition prediction in turbulence modeling for external aerodynamics, specifically racecars, though the methods will be applicable in other areas of fluid dynamics. My supervisor for my PhD research will be Dr. Richard Sandberg.
This summer I will undertake a programming project based on racecar suspension kinematics. I will attempt to create a method of optimizing the suspension design process. The goal is to create a software based package that could be extended in the future to include vehicle dynamics and driving simulations. This work will be undertaken with the supervision of Dr. Jason Noble.
Aside from racecar aerodynamics my interests include racecar vehicle dynamics and racecar design.
I will happily partake in anything with wheels, jet skiing, and snowboarding.
I also enjoy Las Vegas, hot and sunny weather, and Mexican food.
Research Fellow, Electronics and Computer Science (FPAS)
Professor, Engineering Sciences (FEE)
University of Southampton