Bo Zhu is an Assistant Professor at Georgia Tech's School of Interactive Computing. His research expertise spans computer graphics, computational physics, computational design and fabrication, and scientific machine learning. Centered around physics simulation, Dr. Zhu's research group has pioneered cutting-edge, high-performance numerical algorithms to address intricate computational challenges inherent in diverse physical systems. Their particular emphasis lies in the exploration of fluid dynamics intricacies, encompassing interfacial dynamics, vortical structures, and topological evolution. This research extends to applications across the realms of physical sciences, human health, computational design, and advanced manufacturing.
Dr. Zhu obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University and further honed his skills through postdoctoral training at MIT CSAIL. Prior to joining Georgia Tech, he served as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth College for five years. His research endeavors have garnered recognition and support from multiple funding agencies and industrial partners, including the NSF CAREER Award in 2022.