Javad Eshraghi
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Javad Eshraghi

Postdoctoral researcher

Javad Eshraghi is a postdoctoral research associate at Purdue University and a member of the American Physical Society. Javad received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University. He is a reviewer for the International Journal of Multi-Phase Flows and Energy and Building. As a fluid dynamicist, he has worked on multiphase flows, air-liquid interfaces, measurement science, image and signal processing, and particle image velocimetry (PIV), and he now focuses on the analysis of cavitation phenomena in biological environments using both experimental and theoretical approaches, and methods and analysis of multiphase flows and interfacial phenomena in medical devices.

With his colleagues, he has authored 20+ journal papers and conference proceedings. His research emphasizes applying developed measurement tools, such as PIV and BOS (Background Oriented Schlieren), to physical systems, like water entry and cavitation, that can be readily observed in either natural or laboratory settings. Using data fusion techniques and system identification tools such as PID control loop mechanism, Kalman filtering, and Bayesian inference, his work aims to assimilate both theory and experiment into consistent physical models.


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