I am an Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, an Affiliated Faculty Member in the Department of Applied Mathematics, and the Jack Rominger Faculty Fellow in the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder.

I lead the Computational Mechanics and Geometry Laboratory (CMGLab) which pioneers new approaches to the modeling and simulation of aerospace, naval, and energy systems by leveraging synergies between computational mechanics and computational geometry. A particular focus of the CMGLab is the design, analysis, and implementation of geometric structure-preserving methods for complex turbulent fluid flow, fluid-structure interaction, and wave propagation. In addition, the CMGLab is actively involved in the development of integrated design, analysis, and optimization technologies using the framework of
 isogeometric analysis, a novel computational approach that offers the possibility of integrating finite element analysis into conventional CAD tools.

In 2016, 2017, and 2018, I was identified as one of the world’s most highly cited researchers in the area of Computer Science by Clavirate Analytics (formerly Thomson Routers).

Contact Information:

Office Location: ECAE 159
E-mail Address: john.a.evans "at" colorado.edu
Phone Number: 303-492-0020

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