Dr. Ollivier-Gooch’s research focuses on tetrahedral mesh generation, adaptation and improvement; high-order accurate methods for computational aerodynamics, and the interaction between mesh quality and solution accuracy. He is an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of British Columbia.|
Dr. Ollivier-Gooch completed his Ph.D. in aeronautics and astronautics at Stanford University in 1994 and began working on unstructured mesh generation and flow solution methods as a post-doctoral researcher at NASA Ames Research Center, sponsored by the National Research Council. After a second post-doctoral stint, focusing on unstructured mesh generation at the U.S. DOE Argonne National Laboratory, he joined the faculty at UBC in 1997.
Former Pointwise Visiting Researchers include Prof. Hrvoje Jasak of Wikki Ltd. and the University of Zagreb, Croatia; Dr. John Dannenhoffer of Syracuse University and Dr. Steve Karman of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
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