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Thomas E. Schwartzentruber

Assistant Professor

Department of Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics, University of Minnesota #222 Akerman Hall, 110 Union St. SE Minneapolis, MN 55455 Tel: 612-625-6027 [email protected] EDUCATION Ph.D. M.A.Sc. B.A.Sc.

Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan, 2007 Aerospace Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada, 2003 Engineering Science, University of Toronto, Canada, 2001

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota, (2007-present) Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Michigan, Supervised by Professor Iain D. Boyd (2007) · Research into particle-continuum simulation methods for hypersonic non-equilibrium flows Ph.D. candidate, University of Michigan, Non-Equilibrium Gas and Plasma Dynamics group, supervised by Professor Iain D. Boyd (2003-2007) · Dissertation title: "A Modular Particle-Continuum Numerical Algorithm for Hypersonic NonEquilibrium Flows" · Particle (DSMC) simulation in non-equilibrium regions is coupled with continuum (CFD) modeling for the efficient solution of multi-scale hypersonic flows · Code development of DSMC and CFD methods capable of simulating atmospheric entry flows, shock-shock, and shock-boundary layer interaction flows M.A.Sc. candidate, University of Toronto, High-Speed Vehicle Propulsion Systems group, supervised by Professor Jean P. Sislian (2001-2003) · Thesis title: "Suppression of Premature Ignition in the Pre-Mixed Inlet Flow of a Shock-Induced Combustion Ramjet" · CFD code development and application to three-dimensional, turbulent, chemically reacting, supersonic flow fields on large parallel architectures Teaching Assistant, University of Toronto, Satellite Design (2002) Teaching Assistant, University of Toronto, Aerospace Propulsion (2001, 2002) Research Assistant, University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies, supervised by Professor Jean P. Sislian (summers of 2000, 2001) · Quasi 1D and 2D/Axi-symmetric modeling of ramjets and scramjets in off-design conditions Design Engineer, BOMBARDIER AEROSPACE, Toronto, Canada (internship, 1998-1999) · Used CATIA software to make design changes on Environmental Control, Hydraulic and Fuel Systems, as well as to aircraft Structures (products: Dash-8 S400 and Global Express) · Accumulated over 1900 hours of CATIA experience and completed a 3 week CATIA software course given by L&H Consultants Inc.

AWARDS Nov 2009 June 2007 Oct 2006 Mar 2006 Sept 2004 Sept 2003 Sept 2002 Sept 2001 Sept 2001 May 2001 May 2001 May 2000

AFOSR Young Investigator Program Award AIAA Orville & Wilbur Wright Graduate Award Certificate - Engineering Academic Scholar Distinguished Achievement in Aerospace Engineering Post Graduate (Doctoral) Scholarship Donald Matheson Springer Fellowship Post Graduate (Masters) Scholarship Ontario Graduate Scholarship Graduate Entrance Scholarship Elvie L. Smith Award Best Student Paper Award Undergraduate Student Research Award

(AFOSR) (AIAA) (Michigan) (Michigan) (NSERC) (Toronto) (NSERC) (Province of Ontario) (Toronto) (CASI, Pratt & Whitney) (CASI) (NSERC)

*AFOSR ­ Air Force Office of Scientific Research *AIAA ­ American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics *NSERC ­ Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada *CASI ­ Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute PUBLICATIONS Journal Articles (10) 1. Valentini, P., Schwartzentruber, T.E., and Cozmuta, I., "Molecular dynamics simulation of O2 sticking on Pt(111) using the ab initio based ReaxFF reactive force field", Journal of Chemical Physics, 133 (2010) 084703. 2. Valentini, P. and Schwartzentruber, T.E., "A Combined Event-Driven/Time-Driven Molecular Dynamics Algorithm for the Simulation of Shock Waves in Rarefied Gases", Journal of Computational Physics, 228 (2009) 8766-8778. 3. Valentini, P. and Schwartzentruber, T.E., "Large-scale Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Normal Shock Waves in Dilute Argon", Physics of Fluids, 21, 066101, pp. 1-9, 2009. 4. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Scalabrin, L.C., and Boyd, I.D., "Multiscale Particle-Continuum Simulations of Hypersonic Flow over a Planetary Probe", Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 2008, Vol. 45, No. 6, pp 1196-1206. 5. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Scalabrin, L.C., and Boyd, I.D., "Hybrid Particle-Continuum Simulations of Hypersonic Flow over a Hollow Cylinder-Flare Geometry", AIAA Journal, 2008, Vol. 46, No. 8, pp 2086-2095. 6. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Scalabrin, L.C., and Boyd, I.D., "Hybrid Particle-Continuum Simulations of Nonequilibrium Hypersonic Blunt-Body Flowfields", Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 2008, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp 29-37. 7. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Scalabrin, L.C., and Boyd, I.D., "A modular particle-continuum method for hypersonic non-equilibrium gas flows", Journal of Computational Physics, 2007, Vol. 225, No. 1, pp 1159-1174. 8. Schwartzentruber, T.E., and Boyd, I.D., "A hybrid particle-continuum method applied to shock waves", Journal of Computational Physics, 2006, Vol.215, No. 2, pp 402-416. 9. Sislian, J.P., Martens, R.P., Schwartzentruber, T.E., Parent, B., "Numerical Simulation of a Real Shcramjet Flowfield", Journal of Propulsion and Power, 2006, Vol. 22, No. 5, pp 1039-1048.

10. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Sislian, J.P., and Parent, B., "Suppression of premature ignition in the premixed inlet flow of a shcramjet", Journal of Propulsion and Power, 2005, Vol.21, No. 1, pp 8794. Journal Articles Under Review (2) 1. Gao, D. and Schwartzentruber, T.E., "Optimizations and OpenMP Implementation for the Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Method", Submitted to Computers and Fluids, June 2010. 2. Gao, D., Zhang, C., and Schwartzentruber, T.E., "Particle Simulations of Planetary Probe Flows Employing Automated Adaptive Mesh and Cut-Cell Algorithms", Submitted to the AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, August 2010. Articles in Conference Proceedings (17) 1. Valentini, P., Schwartzentruber, T.E., and Cozmuta, I., "Simulation of Gas-Surface Interactions using ReaxFF Reactive Molecular Dynamics: Oxygen Adsorption on Platinum", AIAA Paper 20104319, June 2010, presented at the 10th AIAA/ASME Joint Thermophysics and Heat Transfer Conference, Chicago, IL. 2. Norman, P., Schwartzentruber, T.E., and Cozmuta, I., "Modeling Air-SiO2 Surface Catalysis under Hypersonic Conditions with ReaxFF Molecular Dynamics", AIAA Paper 2010-4320, June 2010, presented at the 10th AIAA/ASME Joint Thermophysics and Heat Transfer Conference, Chicago, IL. 3. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Valentini, P., and Norman, P., "Molecular Dynamics Modeling of Hypersonic Gas-Phase and Gas-Surface Reactions", proceedings of the 27th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, July 2010, Monterey, CA. 4. Valentini, P., Schwartzentruber, T.E., and Cozmuta, I., "Molecular Dynamics modeling of O2/Pt(111) gas-surface interaction using the ReaxFF potential", proceedings of the 27th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, July 2010, Monterey, CA. 5. Gao, D., Zhang, C., and Schwartzentruber, T.E., "A Three-Level Cartesian Geometry-Based Implementation of the DSMC Method", AIAA Paper 2010-0450, Jan. 2010, presented at the 48th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL. 6. Gao, D. and Schwartzentruber, T.E., "Parallel Implementation of the Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Method for Shared Memory Architectures", AIAA Paper 2010-0451, Jan. 2010, presented at the 48th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL. 7. Schwartzentruber, T.E., and Valentini, P., "Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Normal Shocks in Dilute Gases", AIAA Paper 2009-3602, June 2009, presented at the 41st Thermophysics Conference, San Antonio, TX. 8. Valentini, P., Schwartzentruber, T.E., and Cozmuta, I., "A Mechanism-Based Finite-Rate Surface Catalysis Model for Simulating Reacting Flows", AIAA Paper 2009-3935, June 2009, presented at the 41st Thermophysics Conference, San Antonio, TX. 9. Deschenes, T.R., Boyd, I.D., and Schwartzentruber, T.E., "Simulation of Near Continuum, Hypersonic Flow Using a Modular Particle-Continuum Method", AIAA Paper 2009-4308, June 2009, presented at the 41st Thermophysics Conference, San Antonio, TX. 10. Deschenes, T.R., Holman, T.D., Boyd, I.D., and Schwartzentruber, T.E., "Analysis of Internal Energy Transfer Within a Modular Particle-Continuum Method", AIAA Paper 2009-1213, January 2009, presented at the 47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL. 11. Schwartzentruber, T.E. and Boyd, I.D., "Investigation of Continuum Breakdown in Hypersonic Flows Using a Hybrid DSMC-NS Algorithm", AIAA Paper 2008-4108, June 2008, presented at the 40th AIAA Thermophysics Conference, Seattle, WA.

12. Deschenes, T.R., Boyd, I.D., and Schwartzentruber, T.E., "Incorporating Vibrational Excitation in a Hybrid Particle-Continuum Method", AIAA Paper 2008-4106, June 2008, presented at the 40th AIAA Thermophysics Conference, Seattle, WA. 13. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Scalabrin, L.C., and Boyd, I.D., "Hybrid Particle-Continuum Simulations of Low Knudsen Number Hypersonic Flows", AIAA Paper 2007-3829, June 2007, presented at the 39th AIAA Thermophysics Conference, Miami, FL. 14. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Scalabrin, L.C., and Boyd, I.D., "Modular Implementation of a Hybrid DSMC-NS Solver for Hypersonic Non-Equilibrium Flows", AIAA Paper 2007-0613, Jan. 2007, presented at the 45th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Reno, NV. 15. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Scalabrin, L.C., and Boyd, I.D., "Hybrid particle-continuum simulations of non-equilibrium hypersonic blunt body flow fields", AIAA Paper 2006-3602, presented at the 9th AIAA/ASME Joint Thermophysics and Heat Transfer Conference, San Francisco, CA, June 2006. 16. Schwartzentruber, T.E. and Boyd, I.D., "Detailed analysis of a hybrid CFD-DSMC method for hypersonic non-equilibrium flows", AIAA Paper 2005-4829, presented at the 38th AIAA Thermophysics Conference, Toronto, Canada, June 2005. 17. Schwartzentruber, T.E., Sislian, J.P., and Parent, B., "Suppression of premature ignition in the premixed inlet flow of a shcramjet", AIAA Paper 2003-5187, presented at the 39th AIAA/ASME/ SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit, Huntsville, Alabama, July, 2003. Technical Presentations / Seminars (20) 1. "Fundamental Processes in High-Temperature Gas-Surface Interactions", presented at the AFOSR/NASA NRA Joint Review on High Temperature Materials, August 31, 2010, Cleveland, OH. 2. "Hypersonic Surface Catalysis Modeling Using Reactive Molecular Dynamics", presented at the AFOSR/NASA Joint Program Review for Hypersonics, July 26, 2010, Destin, FL. 3. "Molecular Modeling of Hypersonic Flows", Aerothermodynamics Branch Seminar, NASA Ames Research Center, July 16, 2010, Moffet Field, CA. 4. "Invited-paper: Molecular Dynamics Modeling of Hypersonic Gas-Phase and Gas-Surface Reactions", presented at the 27th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, July 15, 2010, Monterey, CA. 5. "A Hybrid DSMC-CFD Method for Multiscale Simulation of Hypersonic Flows", University of Toronto ­ Department of Aerospace Engineering seminar presentation, May 4, 2010, Toronto, ON. 6. "Accelerated Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Hypersonic Flow Features in Dilute Gases", presented at the APS-DFD annual meeting, Nov. 2009, Minneapolis, MN. 7. "Multiscale Modeling of Nonequilibrium Hypersonic Flows", University of Minnesota, SolidMechanics seminar presentation, Oct. 2009, Minneapolis, MN. 8. "Multiscale Modeling of Nonequilibrium Hypersonic Flows", presented at the AFOSR MURI Workshop on Fundamental Processes in High Temperature Gas Surface Interactions, Nov. 2009, Boston, MA. 9. "Hypersonic Surface Catalysis Modeling Using Reactive Molecular Dynamics", presented at the AFOSR/NASA Joint Program Review for Hypersonics, Oct. 2009, Virginia Beach, VA. 10. "A Three-Level Cartesian Mesh Implementation of the DSMC Method with Adaptive Mesh Refinement", presented at the DSMC Theory, Methods, and Applications Conference, Sept. 2009, Santa Fe, NM. 11. "Molecular Gas Dynamic Simulation of Hypersonic Flows", Space Technology Division Seminar, NASA Ames Research Center, Sept. 2009, Moffet Field, CA.

12. "A Surface-Catalysis Model for Pt and SiO2 based on Accelerated Reactive Molecular Dynamics under Hypersonic Conditions", AFOSR Ablation Workshop, April 2009, Santa Fe, NM. 13. "A Hybrid DSMC-CFD Method for Multi-scale Simulation of Hypersonic Flows", University of Minnesota ­ Department of Mechanical Engineering seminar presentation, February 11, 2009, Minneapolis, MN. 14. "The direct simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) particle method and its applications", University of Minnesota ­ Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics seminar presentation, February 8, 2008, Minneapolis, MN. 15. "Progress on a Modular Particle-Continuum Numerical Method for Multi-Scale Hypersonic Flows", presented at the DSMC Theory, Methods, and Applications Conference, Oct. 2007, Santa Fe, NM. 16. "Particle Simulation for the Multi-Scale Modeling of Gas Flows", Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory seminar presentation, April 18, 2007, Livermore, CA. 17. "Particle Simulation for the Multi-Scale Modeling of Gas Flows", University of Minnesota Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics seminar presentation, March 8, 2007, Minneapolis, MN. 18. "Hybrid Particle-Continuum Computation of Hypersonic Flows", presented at the AFOSR Joint Program Review for Fluid Mechanics, July 2006, Atlanta, GA. 19. "Detailed Analysis of a Hybrid CFD-DSMC Method for Hypersonic Non-Equilibrium Flows", presented at the DSMC Theory, Methods, and Applications Conference, Sept. 2005, Santa Fe, NM. 20. "Investigation of Maximum Air Flow Configurations in a RBCC Engine", presented at the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) Annual Conference, May 2001, Toronto, Canada. FUNDING SOURCES / RESEARCH GRANTS Source: NASA Period: 11/01/2010 ­ 10/31/2011 Title: A Robust Cut-Cell Algorithm for Embedding Complex Geometry in DSMC Simulations and Modular Incorporation of Advanced Physical Models Source: Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) ­ MURI Topic #13 FY2010 Period: 10/01/2010 ­ 09/30/2013 Title: Fundamental Processes in High-Temperature Gas-Surface Interactions Source: Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) ­ Young Investigator Award Period: 04/15/2010 ­ 04/14/2013 Title: Internal Energy Transfer and Dissociation Model Development Using Accelerated FirstPrinciples Simulations of Hypersonic Flow Features Source: Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) Period: 02/26/2009 ­ 08/31/2011 Title: A Gas-Surface Interaction Model based on Accelerated Reactive Molecular Dynamics for Hypersonic Conditions including Thermal Conduction Source: Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) Period: 04/26/2004 ­ 09/30/2009 Title: Center for Excellence in Hypersonics Research

Source: University of Minnesota Supercomputing Institute (MSI) Seed-Grant Period: 07/01/2009 ­ 06/30/2010 Title: Highly Scalable Particle Simulation Methods for Multiscale Gas Flows Source: University of Minnesota Grant-in-Aid Program Period: 07/01/2009 ­ 01/15/2011 Title: Highly Scalable Particle Simulation for Multiscale Gas Flows

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Membership American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) American Physical Society (APS) Programs Interdisciplinary Graduate Program (IGP) ­ Multiscale Science and Engineering (Minnesota) Journal Reviewing AIAA Journal AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets Physics of Fluids Numerical Heat Transfer Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics Chemical Physics Journal of Computational Physics Computers and Fluids TEACHING / ADVISING Courses AEM 4203 ­ Aerospace Propulsion (senior level ­ 90 students) AEM 5251 ­ Computational Fluid Mechanics (senior/graduate level ­ 50 students) AEM 8295 ­ Selected Topics in Fluid Mechanics (graduate level ­ 20 students) Advising 4 masters students 3 doctoral students 1 research associate

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