- Mathematical modeling and numerical simulations of acoustic wave propagation.
- Some consulting done with the cooperation of Professor K. Lambrakis that resulted in a number of technical reports to the clients which were of proprietary nature and therefore non-publishable.
- Involved in litigation cases as an expert witness along with Professors K. Lambrakis and S. Ross.
- ME 204 - Dynamics
- ME 301 - Thermodynamics I
- ME 302 - Thermodynamics II
- ME 305 - Engineering Dynamics
- ME 321 - Fluid Mechanics
- ME 415 - Thermo/Fluids Lab
- ME 602 - Senior Seminar
- ME 604 - Numerical Techniques in M.E.
- ME 615 - Theory of Elasticity
- ME 625 - Mechanics of Coninua
- EAS107 - Introduction to Engineering
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Tufts University
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Tufts university
B.S. in Physics, Hamilton College
Professional Development Activities
Co-chair, M.E. Session, ASEE New England Conference, Northeastern University, 2004
Secretary, M.E. Department Heads Committee, Region I, 2004-2005
Course Development Teams: EAS222, EAS224, Summer 2004
Co-Director, Center for Thermofluid and Multiphase Phenomena, 1997 – 2006, a research unit at the university dedicated to modeling, simulations, and analysis of multiphase flows, transient thermal phenomena and casting and solidification processes.The center was funded by Connecticut Innovations Inc., Hershey Metal Products, Inc., and Opticon, Inc.
Awards and Honors
Full scholarship, 10 years (grades 5-12), Athens College, GreeceFull scholarship, 3 years, Hamilton College