Narendra Singh is a fifth-year Ph.D. student working with Professor Thomas Schwartzentruber. My research interests are to construct models for engineering problems from fundamental principles. The focus of my doctoral research is to model thermo-chemistry of air for hypersonic flows for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and direct simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) methods. The approach is based on first principles, relies on quantum chemistry for molecular description and builds on it using kinetic theory and statistical mechanics. Apart from that, I have actively collaborated on problems of interest to chemical and mechanical engineers. I would love to be a professor, preferably in aerospace engineering, as I love teaching and solving academic and applied research problems.
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