Academic Experience


Assistant Professor

Delft University of Technology

Feb 2019 – Present The Netherlands

Postdoctoral Research Scientist

Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution for Science

Oct 2017 – Dec 2018 California

Visiting Research Scholar

Wind Engineering Lab, Stanford University

Oct 2016 – Sep 2017 California

Visiting Research Scholar

Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University

Oct 2015 – Sep 2016 New York

Doctoral Researcher

Universiteit Antwerpen / von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics

Jan 2013 – Sep 2017 Belgium
Quantifying inflow uncertainties for CFD simulations of dispersion in urban environments Thesis

Recent Posts



3D city modelling for urban applications

The course focuses on applications based on semantic 3D city models. These applications will deal with urban energy modelling and urban …


Inflow uncertainty quantification

Changes in the inflow conditions can largely impact flow and dispersion patterns in atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) simulations. The …

Large Eddy Simulations of the free convective boundary layer

In the last decades an increasing interest in offshore wind energy has been observed. The main reason for ’going offshore’ may be the …

Large Eddy Simulations over Oklahoma City

The continuous increase in computational resources is enabling the application of high fidelity turbulence modeling approaches to …

Recent Publications

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Detailed aerodynamic information of local wind flow patterns in urban canopies is essential for the design of sustainable and resilient …

Large-eddy simulations (LES) of the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) require the specification of a turbulent inflow condition with …

Computational fluid dynamics predictions of urban flow are subject to several sources of uncertainty, such as the definition of the …

Accurate predictions of wind and dispersion in the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) can provide essential information to support design …

When dealing with Atmospheric Boundary Layer (ABL) simulations, commercial computational fluid dynamics (CFD) acquires a strategic …


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