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Brandon Rogers

Computational Energy Systems

Biography

Supervising Faculty: Kivanc Ekici

Computational research and numerical methods development for aerodynamics problems, including but not limited to: wind turbine blade modeling, fluid-structure interaction, low speed airfoils, turbulence modeling, and parallelization techniques and scaling.


Research

Computational Fluid Dynamics research of wind turbines, focusing on fluid-structure interaction and turbulence modeling


Education

Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering – University of Tennessee – May 2015


Professional Service

  • GAME (Graduate Association of Mechanical Aerospace and Biomedical Engineers) Science Day Outreach Program

Awards and Recognitions

  • 2015 University of Tennessee Chancellor’s Fellow
  • 2014 UT Aerospace Engineering Rising Senior

Contact Information

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