Faculty DirectoryGregory J. Wagner
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Contact2145 Sheridan Road, L492
Evanston, IL 60208-3109
Email Gregory Wagner
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Boston University, Boston, MA
I am interested in the development and application of computational simulations methods for multi-scale and multi-physics problems in engineering, especially in the areas of fluid dynamics, heat transfer, and material transport. Many of the most fascinating engineering systems are characterized by two or more physical phenomena coupled together in a single domain or across an interface. My research is focused on the development of models for these of these types of problems, and their solution using high performance computing tools. Examples include melting and solidification of metal in advanced manufacturing processes, fluid-structure interaction in the human heart and vascular system, heat transfer in multi-phase flows, and multi-scale transport in environmental systems.
G.J. Wagner. 2013. “Atomistic-to-Continuum Coupling Methods for Heat Transfer in Solids.” in Multiscale Simulations and Mechanics of Biological Materials, pp. 3-20. Ed. S. Li and D. Qian. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
J. Deng, G.J. Wagner, R.P. Muller. 2013. “Phase field modeling of solid electrolyte interface formation in lithium ion batteries.” J. Electrochem. Soc., 160(3):A487-A496
B. Jelinek, S. Groh, A. Moitra, M.F. Horstemeyer, J. Houze, S.G. Kim, G.J. Wagner, M.I. Baskes. 2012. “Modified embedded atom method potential for Al, Si, Mg, Cu, and Fe alloys.” Phys Rev. B, 24:245102.
A.L. Brown, G.J. Wagner, K.E. Metzinger. 2011. “Impact, fire and fluid spread code coupling for complex transportation accident environment simulation.” J. Thermal Sci. and Eng. Appl., 4:021004-1.
M.P. Klein, B.W. Jacobs, M.D. Ong, S.J. Fares, D.B. Robinson, V. Stavila, G.J. Wagner, I. Arslan. 2011. “Three-dimensional pore evolution of nanoporous metal particles for energy storage.” J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 133(24):9144-9147.
G.J. Wagner, X. Zhou, S.J. Plimpton. 2010. “Equation-free accelerated simulations of the mor- phological relaxation of crystal surfaces.” Int. J. Multiscale. Comp. Eng., 8(4):423-439.