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     Date Submitted:02-02-2016
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     Current job:Aerodynamics Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsComputational Fluid Dynamics, Experimental Aerodynamics
    CV

    Education

    PhD candidate at Imperial College London.

    Location:London, United Kingdom.

    Duration:September 2012 - February 2016.

    Chair: Aeronautical Engineering.

    Research project: Development of the high-order spectral/hp element library Nektar++ which is written in C++ (www.nektar.info) with particular interest in adjoint methods applied to mesh adaptation for compressible flow problems. Furthermore, p-adaptation for smooth compressible flow solutions and mesh deformation (r-adaptation) for shocks using a thermo-elastic analogy was implemented.

    Supervisors: Dr. Joaquim Peiro and Prof. Spencer Sherwin.

     

    MSc Aerospace Engineering at Delft University of Technology.

    Location:Delft, The Netherlands.

    Duration:September 2009 - July 2012.

    Chair:Aerodynamics.

    Research project: Experimental investigation of G ̈ortler vortices in hypersonic flow using Quantitative Infrared Thermography and Tomographic Particle Image Velocimetry. Tomographic Particile Image velocimetry was ap- plied in the Hypersonic Test Facility Delft for the first time.

    Supervisors: Dr. Ferdinand Schrijer and Prof. Dr. Fulvio Scarano.

     

    BSc Aerospace Engineering at Delft University of Technology.

    Location:Delft, The Netherlands.

    Duration:September 2005 - May 2009.

    Minor in Aircraft Design at Delft University of Technology.

     

    Secondments/Internships

    Visiting Researcher at University of Cambridge

    Location:Cambridge, United Kingdom.

    Duration:March 2015 - May 2015.

    Faculty: Department of Engineering.

    Research project: Performed the verification of the implemented adjoint code by comparing results with the DLR TAU code, the low order finite volume code using by AIRBUS, and elsA which is the low order finite volume code used bt the French Aerospace Lab (ONERA).

    Supervisors: Dr. Matthew Juniper.

     

    Visiting researcher at Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM).

    Location:Madrid, Spain.

    Duration:February 2014 - March 2014.

    Chair:Aeronautical Engineering.

    Research project: Developed a smooth artificial viscosity model to be be used as an alternative smooth shock capturing technique. Furthermore, the sensor-based p-refinement strategy was implemented in Nektar++ and compared with the p-refinement strategy implemented in the high-order DG code available at UPM.

    Supervisors: Dr. Eusebio Valero.

     

    Internship at German-Dutch Wind Tunnels (DNW).

    Location:Braunchweig, Germany.

    Duration:October 2010 - December 2010.

    Research project: Performed research on the acoustic behavior of a small scale cooler/flow straightener configuration of the Large Low-speed Facility (LLF) of DNW.

     

    Journal publications

    D. Ekelschot, D. Moxey, J. Peiro and S.J. Sherwin. Combining r-adaptation using a thermo-elastic analogy with p-adaptation for compressible flows, In preparation for submission to the Journal of Computational Physics.

    D. Ekelschot, D. Moxey, J. Peiro and S.J. Sherwin. p-adaptation for compressible laminar flow problems using a goal-based error estimator, Invited for publication to the Special Issue ACME-UK of Computers & Struc- tures. Currently under review.

    D. Moxey, D. Ekelschot, J. Peiro, S.J. Sherwin. High-order curvilinear meshing using a thermo-elastic analogy, to appear in Computer Aided Design, 2015.

    C.D. Cantwell, D. Moxey, A. Comerford, A. Bolis, G. Rocco, G. Mengaldo, D. De Grazia, S. Yakovlev, J.-E. Lombard, D. Ekelschot , B. Jordi, H. Xu , Y. Mohamied, C. Eskilsson, B. Nelson, P. Vos, C. Biotto, R.M. Kirby, S.J. Sherwin. Nektar++: An open-source spectral/hp element framework, Computer Physics Communications Volume 192, pp. 205-219, 2015.

    F. Avallone, C.S. Greco and D. Ekelschot. 2D Inverse Heat Transfer Measurements by IR Thermography in Hypersonic Flows, Quantitative InfraRed Thermography Journal, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp. 188-206, 2013.

     

    Fellowships/Awards

    Awarded the price for best postgraduate research paper at the 23rd Conference on Computational Mechanics ACME-UK 2015 held in Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom, April 2015.

    Awarded the price for best student paper at the 11th QIRT 2012 conference in Naples, Italy, June 2012.

    PhD project funded under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions - Research Fellowship Programme for industrial doctorates.

     

    Languages

    Dutch (native proficiency), English (full professional proficiency) and Spanish (elementary proficiency).

     

    Computer Skills

    Operating Systems: UNIX, Mac OS, Windows.

    Software: Tecplot, Catia, Paraview, Davis, Maple, Mathematica, Microsoft Oce, MS Excel, MS Word, LATEX 2".

    Languages: C++, Java, Mathworks MATLAB.

    Languages

    Dutch (native proficiency), English (full professional proficiency) and Spanish (elementary proficiency).

    Interests

    My general interests next to my work are socialising with friends, running (3-4 times a week), discovering new music, visiting art exhibitions and reading the latest literature both non-fiction (with a particular interest in music, art history and science) and fiction.

     

    References

    First PhD supervisor

    Dr. Joaquim Peiro

    Reader at Imperial College London

    Department of Aeronautics

    Sout Kensington Campus, London SW7 2AZ             

    email: j.peiro(at)imperial.ac.uk


     

    Second PhD supervisor

    Prof. Spencer Sherwin

    Professor at Imperial College London

    Department of Aeronautics

    Sout Kensington Campus, London SW7 2AZ              

    email: s.sherwin(at)imperial.ac.uk


     

     


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