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The Bronx, New York, United States
Posted:
August 09, 2018

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ROOZBEH GOLSHAN

VISITING RESEARCH SCIENTIST

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

Contact info: ac6l2p@r.postjobfree.com

Phone: 813-***-****

FEATURED SKILLS

C++/UNIX/LINUX PROGRAMMING, APPLIED MATHEMATICS,

COMPUTATIONAL ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING, COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS, HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING, MATHEMATICAL MODELING, ISO- GEOMETRIC ANALYSIS

COMPUTATIONAL

SKILLS

Programming: FORTRAN, C++

Parallel computing: MPI platform

General applications: UNIX, LATEX, Excel

Scripting: Shell, MATLAB

Fluid flow packages: ANSYS, FLUENT, CFX

Scientific visualization: PARAVIEW, TECPLOT

ANALYTICAL

SKILLS

Numerical methods: Finite element method, Finite difference, Finite volume method, Spectral/hybrid methods

Perturbation methods: Method of matched asymptotic expansions, Method of strained coordinates

Symbolic computing: MATHEMTICA, MAPLE

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EDUCATION

WORK

EXPERIENCE

PhD University Of South Florida, Civil Engineering, Dec 2014 Dissertation: “Residual-based Variational Multiscale LES with Wall- modeling for Oceanic Boundary Layers in Shallow Water” MSc University Of Manchester, Applied Mathematics, Dec 2007 Thesis: “Asymptotic analysis of flows past slender conical objects near the shock front”

MSc Tarbiat Modares University, Offshore Structures Engineering, May 2004

BSc Isfahan University of Technology, Civil Engineering, Sep 2000 Bamdad Respiratory Research Center, Isfahan, Iran Sep 2004 – Sep 2006

and another period of Jan 2008 – Sep 2009

Brief description: Mathematical modeling of public health problems. This period helped my founding my UK studies and also got me dedicated to do an extra MSc in applied mathematics. University of South Florida, Graduate research assistant Dec-2010 May 2015

New Jersey Institute of Technology, Post-Doctoral research associate June-2015 July-2016

University of South Florida, Visiting Scientist Sep-2016 June-2018 FUNDED

PROJECTS

National Science Foundation award CBET 0846510, Dec 2010- Dec 2015

Brief description: During my PhD studies, I was a Research assistant funded by this award.

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Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (DROPPS Consortium) Brief description: My post-doc job was funded by this grant. RESEARCH

EXPERIENCE

New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark NJ, June 2015-Present

Researcher at Center of natural resources development and protection

Lagrangian Particle dispersion schemes

Oil spill research

RANS simulations of non-breaking and breaking waves

Conducting wave breaking experiments in wave tanks (Ohmsett tank)

University Of South Florida, Tampa FL USA, Jan 10-Dec 15 Advisor: Andres Tejada-Martinez

Large eddy simulation of atmospheric and oceanic flows

Residual-based variational multi-scale method finite element modeling of turbulence modeling

Iso-geometric analysis for fluid problems

Wall modeling and cost effective boundary layer modeling

Parallel programing and large scale problem solution The University of Manchester, Manchester UK, Sep 2006-Dec 2007 Advisor: Anatoly Ruban

Perturbation methods in fluid mechanics

Semi-analytical solutions to partial differential equations using Symbolic computation

Boundary layer flow solution through method of matched asymptotic expansions

Published articles:

Code development and LES papers:

J Yan, A Korobenko, AE Tejada-Martínez, R Golshan, Y Bazilevs “A new variational multiscale formulation for stratified incompressible turbulent flows,” Computers & Fluids Volume 158, pages 150-156, 2017 4

Roozbeh Golshan, Andres E. Tejada-martinez, Mario Juha, and Yuri Bazilevs, “LES and RANS simulation of Wind and Wave Forced Oceanic Turbulent Boundary Layers Using the Residual-based Variational Multiscale Method with Near-wall Modeling,” Computers & Fluids Volume 142, 5 January 2017, Pages 96–108

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Roozbeh Golshan, Andres E. Tejada-martinez, Mario Juha, and Yuri Bazilevs, “Large-Eddy Simulation with Near-Wall Modeling Using Weakly Enforced No-Slip Boundary Conditions,” Computers & Fluids Volume 118, 2015, Pages 172–181

Andres E. Tejada-martinez, Roozbeh Golshan, Ido Akkerman, Yuri Bazilevs, “LES Of Wind And Wave Forced Oceanic Turbulent Boundary Layers Using The Residual-based Variational Multiscale Method And Near-wall Modeling”, 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics proceedings, July 2014, 6025-6036. RANS wave simulation and particle tracking papers: Roozbeh Golshan, Michel C. Boufadel, Victor A. Rodriguez, Xiaolong Geng, Feng Gao, Thomas King, Brian Robinson, and Andrés E. Tejada- Martínez, “Oil Droplet Transport under Non-Breaking Waves: An Eulerian RANS Approach Combined with a Lagrangian Particle Dispersion Model,” Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 6(1), 7 2018

Nityanand Sinha, and Roozbeh Golshan, “Material Transport under a Wave Train in Interaction with Constant Wind: A Eulerian RANS Approach Combined with a Lagrangian Particle Dispersion Model,” Fluids 3(2), 40, 2018

Feng Gao, Lin Zhao, Frank Shaffer, Roozbeh Golshan, Michel Boufadel, Thomas King, Brian Robinson, Kenneth Lee, “Prediction of oil droplet movement and size distribution: Lagrangian method and VDROP-J model,” International Oil Spill Conference proceeding 2017. Mathematical modeling paper:

Mohammad Golshan, Robert O. Crapo, Babak Amra, Robert L. Jensen and Roozbeh Golshan, “Arm span as an independent predictor of pulmonary function parameters: validation and reference values,” Respirology Volume 12, Issue 3, 2007, pages 361–366 Oral presentations:

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Large eddy simulation with near wall modelling using weakly enforced no- slip

boundary conditions, 13th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM13), July 2015, San Diego California Oil droplet dispersion under breaking waves, 2016 Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference, Feburary 2016, Tampa Florida REFERENCES

Andrés E. Tejada-Martínez, [Associate Professor]

Civil And Environmental Engineering

University Of South Florida, Tampa FL

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Nityanand Sinha, [Research scientist]

Nuclear Engineering Division,

Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL 60439, USA Email: ac6l2p@r.postjobfree.com

Jinhui Yan, [Assistant Professor]

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

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Cigdem Akan, [Assistant Professor]

College of Computing, Engineering & Construction

University of North Florida

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Daniel C. Simkins, Jr., [Associate Professor]

Civil And Environmental Engineering

University Of South Florida, Tampa FL

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