Denis Aslangil, Ph.D.
Dr. Aslangil is a post-doctoral fellow at Los Alamos National Laboratory with a Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering. His research interests traverse turbulence theory, turbulent mixing, variable-density turbulence, and hydrodynamic instabilities. He is experienced in parallel coding, large data analysis, high-performance computers, and has over eight years of experience working with direct numerical and large-eddy simulations and data sets, on the world's largest high-performance computers with domain sizes of up to 9 billion points.
Dr. Aslangil currently employing DNS data-driven machine learning to unearth new physical insights in turbulence applications. Till date, his research has resulted in 10 peer-reviewed publications and 30 invited and conference talks.