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Larsson, Johan

Larsson, Johan

Associate Professor
Member, Applied Mathematics & Statistics, and Scientific Computation
Mechanical Engineering
3149 Glenn L. Martin Hall
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EDUCATION

  • PhD, University of Waterloo, Canada  (2006)
  • MSc, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden  (2002)
  • BSc, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden  (1999)

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • E. Robert Kent Outstanding Teaching Award for Junior Faculty  (2019)
  • NSF CAREER Award  (2015)
  • Best MSc Thesis in the ME Department  (2015; to student Andrew Trettel)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Associate Editor for AIAA Journal  (2017-present)
  • American Physical Society
  • American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics
  • Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

 

Dr. Larsson has broad interests within the fields of fluid mechanics, turbulence, and predictive computational science. His interests range from the very fundamental to the rather applied: his ideal research question is one which solves a highly applied problem through a rigorous and creative fundamental approach. Large-scale simulations on thousands of processors are an important tool in this research, enabling detailed turbulence simulations or quantification of simulation uncertainties. Current project topics include: enabling large eddy simulation to be applied at realistic (high) Reynolds numbers through approximate wall-modeling; developing grid-adaptation techniques for turbulence simulations; developing physics-based uncertainty quantification approaches; and hypersonic turbulent flows.


ENME392 "Statistics"

ENME483/656 "Turbulence"

ENME489J/745 "Numerical Methods"

Calculating Uncertainties in Chaotic Turbulent Flow Models

New research led by UMD Professor Johan Larsson could enable cost-effective modeling and margin of error calculations for complex chaotic system simulations

Burgers Program Features Topics in Turbulence

Graduate students from 30 universities and 7 countries come to College Park.

UMD Hosts the Premier Combustion Science Meeting in the U.S.

A record number of attendees made the 2017 meeting the most successful in its history.

Larsson Receives NSF CAREER Award

Larsson targets turbulent flows to improve future modeling capabilities.