We are a group of fluid dynamicists focusing on numerical and computational methods
for aero-space and wind energy applications. Our group has a diverse background offering
talent that can bridge engineering, computer science, and applied math.
Room 2022, Engineering Building
University of Wyoming
College of Engineering and Applied Science
Department of Mechanical Engineering
1000 E. University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071
Our CFD lab has exceptional high performance computing resources including the Cheyenne cluster.
An SGI ICE XA Cluster, the Cheyenne supercomputer features 145,152 latest-generation Intel
Xeon processor cores in 4,032 dual-socket nodes (36 cores/node) and 313 TB of total memory.
Another important resource resides at the UWYO campus, our very own cluster called Mt. Moran is a System X
cluster supported by ARCC with 4,544 processors.
Among other disciplines at the University of Wyoming our group is a part of WERC
which is the WIND ENERGY RESEARCH CENTER
CSEC is theWyoming High Performance Computational Science and Engineering Cluster
which is a rapidly growing multidisciplinary area with connections to the sciences, engineering, mathematics, and computer science.
Laramie is located in the Rocky Mountain region of southeastern Wyoming
approximately 120 miles from Denver.
In addition to opportunities for academic excellence,
the University of Wyoming and Laramie offer a college-town environment with extraordinary cultural
and outdoor recreational activities.
The University of Wyoming enrolls approximately 14,000 students which includes 3,000 graduate students.
The Mechanical Engineering department consists of 15 faculty members.