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Research Associate

Shahab Mirjalili

Shahab Mirjalili is a Research Associate at the Center for Turbulence Research at Stanford University. He is a senior member of the Stanford team in the INSIEME project under PSAAPIII, where his research focuses on the numerical modeling of complex multiphase flows in the presence of multi-physics effects. He received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering under the supervision of Professor Ali Mani at Stanford University in 2019. Prior to that, he earned his MS from Stanford University and a BS from Sharif University of Technology, both in Mechanical Engineering. He received the Gallery of Fluid Motion Award, American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics (2018). 

Broadly, Shahab's research lies in the intersection of fluid mechanics, scientific computing, and machine learning. His work aims to develop and use computational methods to provide a predictive understanding of complex flow processes, including those involving multi-physics couplings and multiphase dynamics across a wide range of scales. He is particularly interested in modeling flows in the application areas of additive manufacturing, energy/propulsion, biophysical systems, and the environment.

Stanford Affiliations