He is an early-stage researcher (Ph.D. researcher) at KU Leuven in Charming ETN H2020 (https://charming-etn.eu/) project. He holds an MSc degree in Fluid Dynamics. His primary research interests are multiphysics computational fluid dynamics, interactive numerical simulations, and immersive technologies. His fundamental objective is to integrate computational fluid dynamics simulations into augmented and virtual reality applications.
Recent developments in immersive learning technologies are providing exciting new tools for teaching and training programmes, yet they remain underutilised in science & technology education, and nowhere is this more true than in the field of chemistry and chemical engineering. CHARMING, the European Training Network for Chemical Engineering Immersive Learning, takes on this challenge by developing learning strategies, content and prototypes for the application of games and virtual/augmented reality for motivating, teaching and training children, students and employees in chemistry, chemical engineering and chemical operations.