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JBF on a conference call about jet noise while assisting Prof. Melany Hunt research the Booming Dune phenomenon in California.

Our group investigates mechanical phenomena in a range of systems. Current and recent research activities include plasma-coupled combustion, uncertainty quantification, model selection, jet noise control, ultrasound-induced tissue injury, the dynamics of atomically thin liquid films, cellular blood flow, simulation of advanced solid rocket motors, thermal transport at crystal lattice boundaries, self-healing hydrodynamics in autonomic composites, and ion machining of semiconductor materials. Most of our investigations utilize advanced computer simulations tools---many of our own design---coupled with detailed analysis.


Jonathan B. Freund

Kritzer Faculty Scholar
Mechanical Science and Engineering
Aerospace Engineering

Center for Exascale Simulation of Plasma-Coupled Combustion


2101B Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
302 Coordinated Science Laboratory

Mailing Address:
1206 West Green Street, MC-244
Urbana, IL 61801


Curriculum Vitae (cv.pdf)