Jasmin Wong

Ph.D. student

Fluid-structure interactions, active and passive coupled control of mechanical properties and flow-induced vibration, computational and experimental methods for studying aeroelasticity in avian flight

 

My research investigates the influence of wing morphing on the mechanical properties of the soft tissue as well as the multi-element, feathered flight surface, and how these changes in mechanical properties will affect the wing's aeroelastic response during flight. I use a combination of experimental materials testing and vibrometry and computational fluid-structure interaction simulations.