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  Dr Kiran H Dellimore
   
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Research Scientist

   
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    Research Scientist at Philips Research
     
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    Research and Professional Interests   
    Artificial organs
Bioengineering
Biomaterials
Biomedical engineering
Biomechanical engineering
Biotribology
Cardiac massage
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Cardiovascular biomechanics
Cardiovascular engineering
Catheters
CFD
Clinical engineering
Emergency medicine
Fluid structure interaction simulations
Healthcare in resource constrained settings
Heart valve mechanics
Human tissue interaction
Neonatal biosensors
Numerical simulations
Prosthetic devices
Portable medical diagnostics
Resuscitation
Rural medical device development.
     
    Education   
    Ph.D. Aerospace Engineering, May 2010
University of Maryland, College Park, MD

M.S. Aerospace Engineering, December 2005
University of Maryland, College Park, MD

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, May 2002
Columbia University, New York, NY

B.S. Chemistry, December 2001
Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA
     
    Publications   
   
     
    Patents    
    Compressible Shear Layer Mixing Enhancement and Suppression by Compressibility and Shear Modulation; University of Maryland Invention Disclosure PS-2008-050.
     
    Academic and Professional Experiences    
   
     
    Awards and Honors    
   
     
    Teaching    
   
     
     
    Documents and Videos
     
     
    Member Documents
    Modeling and Simulation of Mixing Layer Flows For Rocket Engine Film Cooling
     
    Member Videos
    Influence of a Streamwise Pressure Gradient on Film-Cooling Effectiveness