I am an assistant professor at the department of Architecture and Built Environment at TUDelft. I recently joined as part of the 3D geoinformation group thanks to the TU Delft Technology Fellowship! At the faculty, I work at the intersection of Geomatics and Engineering performing urban wind and dispersion simulations using automatically generated 3Dcity models. I specifically focus on large and small scale uncertainties and their impacts on the prediction capabilities of current numerical models.
Are you a student looking for a TUDelft master thesis topic? don’t hesitate to contact me! you can find some of my the proposed topics here. Are you a passionate of urban flows and openFOAM, and you want to know more about how we can use 3D city models to perform better predictions? don’t hesitate: write me an email. Do you want to learn through hands-on practice about how to use 3D city models to perform urban flow simulations with openFOAM? don’t hesitate to enrol in our brand new course: 3D city modelling for urban applications, GEO5013.
PhD in Physics, 2017
Universiteit Antwerpen / von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics
MSc in Fluid Dynamics, 2012
von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics
BSc and MSc in Aerospace Engineering, 2011
Universidad Politecnica de Valencia
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