Staff Profile:Anna Mueller

  • Researcher

Areas of Interest:

Fluid mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Energy and Mass transport, Hydrodynamics, Hydrology, Land surface modelling, Flash Flooding.

Research groups / Centres:

Key Facts:

Masters in Environmental Engineering (2002), specialising in Computational Mechanics (Cracow University of Technology, Poland). The master thesis was a result of an internship at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland - Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation of thermal environment of ALICE detector. Continued to work at CERN as a postgraduate fellow in the Engineering Department Cooling and Ventilation group. Involved in CFD studies of cooling systems for ALICE, ATLAS and CMS projects.

From 2005 moved to Belgium to von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics (VKI) where she was involved in Large Eddy Simulations (LES) of a passive scalar transport in incompressible flows (postgraduate Diploma Course 2005/2006). Continued to work at VKI as a PhD candidate/Research Engineer on Computational Aeroacoustics within a Marie Curie project AETHER. She obtained her PhD in Engineering Science in 2012.

From September 2013 she was a visiting scientist at ECMWF working with the EFAS team applying Lisflood-FP to simulate the flood extent of the river Elbe from June 2013.

As of May 2014 Anna joined the Geography and Environmental Science department as a post-doctoral researcher. She is involved in the SINATRA project, which aims at the Flooding From Intense Rainfall (FFIR) by improving the representation of FFIR in the JULES land surface model by integrating river routing and fast runoff processes.

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