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Dr. Pino Martin

Dr. Pino Martin

 

Associate professor, Dr. Pino Martin, has joined the aerospace department as a full-time faculty member this fall. Dr. Martin previously held the position of assistant professor at Princeton University and was also an affiliate faculty member for the Applied and Computational Mathematics program at Princeton University. She is also the director of the Cluster for Research on Complex Computations Laboratory. On her appointment, Dr. Martin has remarked, ?I am thrilled to have joined the Aerospace Engineering Department and the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. There is a vibrant and ?can do? attitude about these entities and I look forward to future collaborations with my colleagues. I expect that all of us in the CRoCCo lab will be very productive here.?

Dr. Martin?s research foci include, but are not limited to, computational fluid dynamics, numerical simulation of turbulent flows, and numerical methods for compressible turbulence. Dr. Martin received her Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Minnesota in 1999 and is a member of the American Physical Society (APS) and a senior member of AIAA. More information about Dr. Pino Martin?s research and the CRoCCo Laboratory can be found on the web: www.croccolab.umd.edu.



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