Kazuki Maeda's Research Website

Applied Multi-component Flow Physics

Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University

Accurate modeling and simulation of multiphase/multi-component flows involving bubbles, droplets, and particles, and their interactions with complex geometries, acoustic waves, and turbulence, are of critical importance in various applications. The focus of my research is on advancing fundamental understanding on the complex fluid mechanics and enhancing their engineering application by integrating modeling, large-scale simulation, numerical/experimental data analysis, and device design. I actively work on biomedical applications including cavitation-enhanced ultrasound therapy and imaging.

Numerical experiment of cloud cavitation induced by high-intensity ultrasound

Kazuki Maeda

CTR Postdoctoral Fellow

Center for Turbulence Research

Stanford University

[Curriculum Vitae]

Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Caltech, 2018 [Thesis]

B.S., Mechanical Engineering, The University of Tokyo, 2013