Biography

Dr. Mazumder joined the Ohio State University (OSU) in March of 2004. Prior to joining OSU, he was employed at CFD Research Corporation in Huntsville, AL for 7 years. He is one of the architects and early developers of the commercial code CFD-ACE+™. His research is computational in nature, and spans three main areas: (1) computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer emphasizing on chemical reactions with applications in combustion, catalytic conversion, fuel cells, batteries and chemical vapor deposition, (2) thermal radiation and its applications, and (3) non-equilibrium transport phenomena as occurring in nanoscale systems. Dr. Mazumder is the author of a graduate-level textbook, 60+ journal papers, and more than 50 peer-reviewed conference publications. He is the recipient of the David C. McCarthy award for teaching and the Lumley award for research from the OSU College of Engineering among other awards, and is also a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) since 2011.

Expertise

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

Thermal Radiation and its applications

Nanoscale (non-equilibrium) Transport Phenomena