Group

Multiphysics Simulation and Optimisation (MSO)


The MSO group is my research group started in August 2019 at the University of Southern Denmark.


This page will briefly introduce current members and list past members.

CURRENT MEMBERS

Master thesis student


Jonathan Tulsgaard Krogh


Topology optimisation of high heat flux thermomechanical applications: Development of simulation and optimisation code to design multimaterial structures to control thermomechanical expansion of thermal shielding components.

Master thesis student


Anders Dyreborg Schmidt



Topology optimisation of convective heat transfer for high heat flux applications: Development of large-scale simulation and optimisation code to design high speed helium-based cooling systems for fusion reactors.

Student assistant


Mark Bjerre Müller Christensen



Simulations and parametric studies of fluidic oscillators aiming to understand the geometric features influencing frequency of the oscillating jet.

PAST MEMBERS

Student assistant


Daniel Kolbæk Thornild



Design, run in and testing of investment casting setup. Focus on complex geometries in aluminium using lost PLA investment casting.

Master thesis student


Anders Foldager Bay Jensen



Topology optimisation of upright for Formula Student car. Development of large scale code to handle many load cases and stress constraints. Application to design of upright in collaboration with SDU Vikings.

Master thesis student


Kevin Evardsen Grau 



Topology optimisation of upright for Formula Student car. Development of large scale code to handle many load cases and stress constraints. Application to design of upright in collaboration with SDU Vikings.