Associated with the lab

The Wall-Modeled Large Eddy Simulation Resource contains model descriptions, validation results and workshop information for this simulation technique.

The website for our collaboration, with colleagues from MIT and USC, on solution-verification and uncertainty estimation in turbulence simulations.

The Fluid Dynamics Reviews seminar series is part of the Burgers Program for Fluid Dynamics at the University of Maryland (the famous Johannes Burgers spent half of his career at the University of Maryland).

Students can be part of the Mechanical Engineering program, the Aerospace Engineering program, or the Applied Mathematics & Statistics and Scientific Computation program.

Unaffiliated with the lab

The Turbulence Modeling Resource is highly useful for RANS model developers.

The Missing Semester of Your CS Education is a great place to learn some basics needed in computational science.

The Compressible Aerodynamics Calculator from Virginia Tech is highly useful in our work on hypersonic flows.