Guillaume Tauzin has studied numerical methods applied to fluids during his MSc. at ENSTA ParisTech and has worked as a research assistant on Large Eddy Simulations (LES) wind turbine wakes at the Research Institute for Applied Mechanics at Kyushu University. He has also pursued the study of energy decision making support during his MSc. in Sustainability Science at the University of Tokyo. After working as a CFD consulting engineer in Denmark, he joined HPC-LEAP to study the integration of LES turbulence models into a Lattice Boltzmann Method framework and its implementation on highly parallel computer architectures. Guillaume's primary research interests span different fields such as numerical analysis, fluid mechanics and turbulence, and scientific computing. His aim in the longer run is to further develop an optimized LBM-LES simulation code and apply it to the simulation of complex engineering flows and especially to further improve energy harvesting.
Guillaume Tauzin has been selected for the position of ESR 9 with joint degree awarding Institutions the Bergische Universität Wuppertal (BUW) and the Università di Roma “Tor Vergata” (UTOV). The project entitled "Modelling Turbulence in LBM" is supervised by Prof. Matthias Ehrhardt and Prof. Luca Biferale.