Dr Mashy Green
Research Associate in Engineering
Dr. Mashy Green is a Research Associate at King’s College London in the lab of Dr. David Moxey. He received his PhD in Aeronautical Engineering from Imperial College London in 2017, working with the European Space Agency on modelling propellant sloshing with meshless methods. Before joining King’s he worked as a Research Associate in the Nektar++ research lab and the Rolls Royce Vibration University Technology Centre at Imperial College London and as a software developer at Dive Solutions GmbH.
His current work includes research with the UK Atomic Energy Authority for the application of high-order finite element methods within nuclear fusion (NEPTUNE) and optimisation of numerical methods for upcoming exascale supercomputers under the ExCALIBUR national priority SPF project. Additionally, he is focusing on modelling cryogenic liquid fuels for sustainable net-zero aviation and space applications, combining experimental and numerical approaches.
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Scientific and High Performance Computing
- Interfacial Flows
- Mesh Generation
- Cryogenic Liquid Modelling
- Sustainable Aviation