Dr. Karen May Wang is a Design Physicist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. She completed her Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering, Flow Physics and Computational Engineering at Stanford University in 2019. During her PhD, she worked on nonlinear multiphysics problems in fluid dynamics where she developed algorithms on a high performance computing cluster and analyzed high fidelity simulations in order to gain insight into physics-based reduced order modeling strategies. She has also interned at Tesla where she created new models and performed simulations that informed design decisions of the vehicles. Her interest in fundamental physics understanding, high performance computing, as well as applications led her to join the staff at LLNL. Karen previously received a B.S.E. degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University.
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