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The grandson of two engineers, the son of an architect and banker, and the brother of a physicist. I have always hopelessly been destined for a career in math and science. Raised in Winston-Salem, North Carolina; known historically as the … Continue reading
We’re happy to report that NASA has “selected for negotiation” our applied research team’s proposal “High Order Mesh Curving and Geometry Access.” Pending negotiations, work may begin in the second quarter of 2018.
I grew up in Hunan, China, and always wanted to be a fighter pilot. But since I cannot handle spinning, I settled on being an aerospace engineer. I obtained a B.S. degree from the National University of Defense Technology (NUDT, … Continue reading
Pointwise Pointwise’s Dr. Steve Karman will participate in a webinar hosted by the Centre for Modeling and Simulation (CFMS) on 21 September to discuss high order CFD technologies. Dr. Peter Vincent from Imperial College London will also participate in the … Continue reading
Being the son of a man who has served as a pastor and missionary in several places, there isn’t a place I would call my hometown. The closest thing would be Madisonville, KY. Thankfully, this is where I went to … Continue reading
Have you ever been to the Idaho Potato Museum? If not, you should go. They’ll give you a free potato at the end of the tour…or at least they used to. I’ve been there several times. The museum sits in … Continue reading
Automatic. Higher order. Meshing. Care to learn more? Then next week plan on attending the ASME Turbo Expo being held in Düsseldorf, Germany. While you’re there Mikhail Grigoriev of Cameron, Compression Systems will be presenting the results of a cooperation between … Continue reading