Marc T. Henry de Frahan
Computational Scientist, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Ph.D., University of Michigan

I am a computational scientist at the National Renewable Energy
Laboratory working on next-generation wind farms and
reacting flow technologies.

I received a Ph.D. in the Mechanical Engineering department
at the University of Michigan. My work focused on
applying computational resources to solving problems
in high-energy density physics, plasma physics, combustion,
biomedical engineering, climate modeling, and aeronautics.

Together with Brandon Patterson and Erika Lazar,
I published a children's book about my Ph.D. research.
Get the book and check out our website!

My research interests lie at the intersection of three fields:

>  High-performance computing
>  multi-GPU implementations, performance portability

>  Advanced numerical methods
>  discontinuous Galerkin, finite volume, adaptive mesh refinement

>  Computational fluid dynamics
>  wind turbines and farms, reacting flows, interfacial instabilities,
>  shocks, turbulence, multiphase flows, cavitation, bubble dynamics

I am always looking for new collaborations and ideas.
Please feel welcome to contact me!

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