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Resume Updated: 1 Apr 2013
Joshua P Strodtbeck
Joshua.Strodtbeck@gmail.com http://
Tel: Fax:
1520 Continental Square Apt 5
Lexington, KY 40505

Objective
I am seeking a development position where I will work on developing and implementing new physical models, such as turbulence, shock capturing, and particle dispersion modles, in a CFD code.
Salary Requirements
$70K/year
Employment History
Teaching Assistant 2007-Present
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY
Assisted in the senior design of experiments lab, which involved experiments in heat transfer, fluid dynamics, controls, materials, and CFD. Eventually took over the entire course.
Intern Summer 2008, 2011
Rolls-Royce LibertyWorks
Indianapolis, IN
• Developed large-eddy simulation model for an inertial particle separator for the V-22 Osprey. • Delivered presentations of theory and results to the team. • Researched Lagrangian particle dispersion models for implementation into Fluent. • Developed a new shock-capturing method for unstructured grids and implemented it in the company’s internal CFD code.
Teaching Assistant 2007-2012
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY
• Assisted in the senior design of experiments lab, which involved experiments in heat transfer, fluid dynamics, and CFD. • Lectured on the design and analysis of experiments as primary instructor.
Education
PhD in Mechanical Engineering (2012)
+University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.
+Main area of research in new methods in compressible LES, including shock capturing and turbulence modeling.

M.A. in Mathematics (2006)
+University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.
+Focus in PDEs and Numerical Analaysis, including CFD.

B.S. Degree in Mathematics (1999)
+Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN
+Graduated magna cum laude with 3.77 GPA.
Skills
Description Proficiency Experience
FORTRAN programming Advanced 3-5 Years
C programming Intermediate 2-3 Years
Grid generation Intermediate 1-2 Years
Turbulence model development Advanced 3-5 Years
CFD analysis Intermediate 3-5 Years
Additional Skill Info
• Graduate-level knowledge of techniques in computational fluid dynamics, including multigrid, filtering, LES, turbulence modeling, and shock capturing procedures. • Programming in C, C++, Matlab, and FORTRAN • Experience with the CFD-related codes Fluent, Overflow, Chimera, Gridgen, Gambit, Tecplot, ParaView, and Fieldview. • Experimental analysis techniques such as ANOVA • Reading competency in Spanish.
References
J.M. McDonough, adviser. jmmcd@uky.edu
Phil Snyder, former intern mentor. Philip.H.Snyder@liberty.rolls-royce.com
Kurt Weber, former intern mentor. Kurt.F.Weber@Rolls-Royce.com
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