Curtis Lee

  • Program Years: 2011-2015
  • Academic Institution: Duke University
  • Field of Study: Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Academic Advisor: John Dolbow
  • Practicum(s):
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2013)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Civil Engineering, Duke University, 2016
    B.S. Mathematics, and B.A. Physics, Texas Lutheran University, 2011

Current Status

  • Research Area: Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Publications

    Lee, C., Dolbow, J., & Mucha, P. (2014). A narrow-band gradient-augmented level set method for mulitphase incompressible flow. Journal of Computational Physics, vol 273, pp. 12-37.

    Awards

    Alpha Chi National Honor Society Joseph E. Pryor Fellowship, 2014
    Best Poster Award, Summer Student Poster Session, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, 2013
    University Scholars Fellowship, Duke University, 2011
    James B. Duke Fellowship, Duke University, 2011
    Hertz Foundation Fellowship Finalist, 2011
    Alpha Chi National Honor Society Robert W. Sledge Fellowship, 2011
    ELCA Thomas D. Rossing Scholarship for Excellence in Physics, 2009 & 2010
    Robert C. Byrd National Honor Scholarship, 2007-2011
    Alpha Chi National Honor Society Alfred H. Nolle Scholarship, 2010
    National Merit Scholar, 2007
    AP Scholar, 2007
    Ford Salute to Education Scholarship, 2007
    Mu Alpha Theta Scholarship, 2007
    National Merit Finalist Scholarship, Texas Lutheran University, 2007-2011
    PACE Award for College Excellence, Texas Lutheran University, 2007-2011
    Physics Departmental Award, Texas Lutheran University, 2008-2011
    Mathematics Departmental Award, Texas Lutheran University, 2008-2011
    Provost’s List, Texas Lutheran University, 2007-2011