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  • Christiane Adcock

    Christiane Adcock

    Ph.D. Student in Computational and Mathematical Engineering, admitted Autumn 2018

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsI research theoretical and computational methods to model, design, and control energy systems. These methods include computational fluid dynamics, uncertainty quantification, and high performance computing. Energy systems include wind turbines, the electricity grid, vehicles, and carbon sequestration systems. Currently, I am researching hybrid RANS-LES methods for wind farm modeling in the Uncertainty Quantification lab in collaboration with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

  • Izabel Pirimai Aguiar

    Izabel Pirimai Aguiar

    Ph.D. Student in Computational and Mathematical Engineering, admitted Autumn 2018
    Digital Transformation Course Grader, Stanford Center for Professional Development

    BioHello! I’m a fourth year PhD candidate at ICME where I’m lucky to be advised by Johan Ugander, and grateful to be a Knight-Hennessy Scholar and NSF Graduate Research Fellow. I received my BS in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from the Colorado School of Mines in May 2017 and my MS in Computer Science from the University of Colorado, Boulder in August 2018. After receiving my MS I was a visiting researcher in the Stanford Autonomous Systems Lab, a Safeway cake decorator, and the owner and baker of Bell’s Bakery.

  • Ryan Michael Aronson

    Ryan Michael Aronson

    Ph.D. Student in Computational and Mathematical Engineering, admitted Autumn 2018

    BioI am a sixth year PhD student in the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME). I am mainly interested in developing numerical methods with applications to computational mechanics and fluid dynamics. I am particularly interested in high-order, structure-preserving, finite element, and isogeometric methods. Prior to coming to Stanford, I earned a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder, where I worked with Professor John Evans on residual-based variational multiscale turbulence modeling, isogeometric, structure-preserving collocation methods, and stabilized isogeometric collocation methods. Currently I work with Professor Hamdi Tchelepi on stabilized methods for compositional geomechanics problems. I have also had the pleasure of working industry internships with Meta Reality Labs, TotalEnergies, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and SLB.

  • Amel Awadelkarim

    Amel Awadelkarim

    Ph.D. Student in Computational and Mathematical Engineering, admitted Autumn 2017

    BioMy academic background is in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Finite Element Analysis, and Continuum Mechanics with an M.S. in Engineering Science and Mechanics from Penn State University. I am becoming more and more intrigued by data analytics & applying machine learning techniques to social sciences and networks.

    Outside of academia, my interests include consuming music at all times (digitally and at live shows), competing on various Ultimate Frisbee teams (Club and National levels), cooking, and generally exploring the surrounding area.