Mandar Tabib has been currently working on a prestigious Office of Chief Executive (OCE) fellowship at Flow Modeling Group at Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) in Melbourne, Australia. In CSIRO, he has been working on industrial projects involving reactive multiphase systems, as well as on a curiosity-driven developmental work. The industrial projects involving multiphase CFD are reactive direct smelting process study; liquid-liquid solvent extraction pump-mixer study; study of solid suspension using Jet mixers and bubble aeration. The curiosity-driven work involves developing single-phase and multiphase large eddy simulation solvers in open FOAM and CFX-12. Prior to this, he completed his Ph.D. degree in fluid dynamics and chemical engineering in 2008 from the Institute of Chemical Technology (UICT, formerly UDCT), Mumbai, India. His Ph.D. work involved CFD simulation of bubble-column and flow structure identification in six chemical engineering equipments using advanced mathematical tools (like proper orthogonal decomposition and wavelet transform). Mandar completed his M.S. degree in chemical engineering from BITS, Pilani, India with distinction and completed his B.S. degree in chemical engineering with distinction from Pune University, India.
Biography Updated on 2 January 2012