Graduate Students 2017-11-28T13:46:09+00:00

Graduate Students

Leili Gordji
Leili GordjiResearch Assistant and Ph.D. Student | Office: (662) 915-8976
Leili Gordji is currently a Ph.D. student majoring in Engineering Science with an Emphasis in Computational Hydroscience and Engineering.
Luc Rébillout
Luc RébilloutResearch Assistant and Ph.D. Student | Office: (662) 915-8976
Luc Rébillout is currently a PhD student at NCCHE. He was born and did his undergraduate studies in France’s Bordeaux and Poitiers cities. He joined NCCHE on December 2015, although he had a first experience there during the summer 2014 where he completed an internship. Back in France, Luc graduated from ISAE-ENSMA engineer school, one of France’s Grandes Écoles where he was taught aeronautical and mechanical engineering.

He’s currently doing experimental work involving the study of dam-break flows of granular-liquid mixtures; his work involves image processing and data analysis: skills he also applies to various other projects.

Nuttita Pophet
Nuttita PophetResearch Assistant and Ph.D. Student | Office: (662) 915-8976
Nuttita Pophet is currently a Ph.D. student at NCCHE. Her past research experiences involve the modeling of tsunami wave propagation, wind generated random sea and wave breaking in ocean deep water. She is interested in a large-scale numerical simulation and parallel computing using MPI. She is working on developing a numerical model to simulate dam-break flows of granular-liquid mixtures.
Jiayu Fang
Jiayu FangResearch Assistant and Ph.D. Student | Office: (662) 915-8935
Jiayu Fang is currently a PhD student at NCCHE. He was born and grew up in China. When he was an undergraduate student in Hohai University, his major was coastal engineering. After his undergraduate studies, he became a research student for two years in Hohai University. During that time, he did laboratory experiments about sediment transport and also developed a 3-D numerical wave tank based on the VOF and LES methods. He joined NCCHE on January 2016 and his current research area is computational hydro-engineering.
Seyma Sehriban Tiryakioglu
Seyma Sehriban TiryakiogluM.S. Student | Office: (662) 915-8976