Ardalan's area of interest is heat and fluid flows with a focus on numerics. He graduated from Chalmers University of Technology in 2016 and continued there as a research assistant in hydro-power. In 2019, he started a collaboration with Canadian National Cycling team by joining the University of Waterloo as a researcher in aerodynamics. Later on, Ardalan won the Gunnar-Nickolson Fellowship from the Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE) in renewable bioproducts and joined the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia tech in 2021 as a research engineer.

Recent Publications

Javadi, A., 2022. Aerodynamic Study of the Pedalling of a Cyclist with a Transitional Hybrid RANS–LES Turbulence model. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, 108(3), pp.717-738.

Javadi, A., 2022. Direct numerical simulation of different finite cylinders rolling on a horizontal surface: The thickness effects on the aerodynamics. Computers & Fluids, 244, p.105544.