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Brooke Stanislawski is working to advance renewable energy technologies through numerical modeling of physical processes such as fluid mechanics, turbulence, heat transfer, and structural loading. She works on projects in wind, solar, and hybrid power plant applications. In wind energy, she uses high-fidelity modeling to study the influence of turbulence on wind turbine loads. In solar energy, she works in concentrated solar power (CSP), modeling optical losses, wind loading, and the turbulent inflow in the atmospheric boundary layer. She is also interested in the development of fast-response models that bring findings from high-fidelity models to more accessible software tools.

Research Interests

Multi-fidelity numerical modeling of renewable energy systems

Computational fluid dynamics


Convective heat transfer

High-performance computing

Atmospheric boundary layer flow

Professional Experience

Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistant, University of Utah (2017–2021)

Engineer, Siemens Energy (2013–2017)

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University

PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah

Master, Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah


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