Welcome to FPCS Group @ Georgia Tech!

We specialize in computational modeling of fluid flows (multiphase flows, turbulent flows, compressible flows, and fluid-structure interaction), high-performance computing, and artificial intelligence.

Applications include energy, propulsion, aerospace design, chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, and advancing our understanding of climate change.

Prospective students: Interested in joining the group? Please take a look here!

Suhas S. Jain, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor,
School of Mechanical Engineering,
Georgia Institute of Technology,
Atlanta, GA, USA.

Office: Love Bldg., Room 207
Email: suhasjain@gatech.edu
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Recent News

March 28th 2024 – Suhas gave an invited talk on “High-fidelity simulations of multiphase flows” at NASA Advanced Modeling and Simulation (AMS) Seminar Series.

March 27th 2024 – Our paper on a robust two-phase flow formulation for unstructured grids is now published in the Journal of Computational Physics (DOI)

March 5th 2024 – Suhas gave a talk on multiphase flow modeling at AFRL rocket lab.

March 1st 2024 – Suhas gave an invited talk on “High-fidelity simulations of multiphase flows” at S. Scott Collis Advanced Modeling and Simulations Seminar Series, University of Texas at El Paso.

Feb 29th 2024 – Our paper on artificial-diffusivity method for capturing shocks and contact discontinuities is now published in the Physical Review Fluids journal (DOI)

Feb 21st 2024 – Our paper on clustering of inertial particles in turbulent channel flows is now published in the International Journal of Multiphase Flows (DOI)

Feb 13th 2024 – Our paper on wall-modeled simulations of iced airfoils is now published in Aerospace Science and Technology (DOI)

Feb 8th 2024 – Suhas gave an invited talk on “Transformative impacts of CFD research on multiphase flows” at the Scheller College of Business, Georgia Tech (host: David Ku)

January 2024 – Lab welcomes Luis Hatashita (AE PhD student) and Pranav Nathan (ME BS student).

January 2024 – FPCS lab opened its doors at the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech!

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