Postdoctoral Research Associate.
I hold a background in Mechanical Engineering, specializing in the study of physical processes at phase interfaces. These phenomena are ubiquitous across diverse industrial domains like spray combustion, chemical and energy conversion, as well as environmental applications such as ocean-atmosphere interactions. My research focuses on delving into intricate fluid dynamics phenomena, utilizing both theoretical frameworks and numerical simulations, often harnessing the computational power of supercomputers.
As an HMEI Environmental Teaching Fellow, my current focus is on investigating the breaking stage of wind-forced waves and their influence on the exchanges taking place at the ocean-atmosphere interface.