Kyle E. Niemeyer

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320 Rogers Hall

Oregon State University

Corvallis, OR, 97331-6001, USA

I’m an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Oregon State University. I received my PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in 2013, and degrees in Aerospace Engineering there before that.

My academic research focuses on computational modeling of combustion and other reacting fluid flows. I teach courses on gas dynamics, rockets, thermodynamics, and numerical methods. I advocate for and educate about open science. In addition to my academic writing, I’ve also written on various topics for the public.

Outside of work, I enjoy weightlifting and hiking the Pacific Northwest. I’m also a whisky connoisseur and amateur cocktail-maker. My library of books is one of my favorite things, and mostly contains science/speculative fiction and fantasy.

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selected publications

  1. Assessing the impact of multicomponent diffusion in direct numerical simulations of premixed, high-Karlovitz, turbulent flames
    Fillo, Aaron J., Schlup, Jason, Blanquart, Guillaume, and Niemeyer, Kyle E.
    Combustion and Flame 2021
  2. pyMARS: Automatically Reducing Chemical Kinetic Models in Python
    Mestas, Phillip, Clayton, Parker, and Niemeyer, Kyle
    Journal of Open Source Software 2019
  3. Assessing Impacts of Discrepancies in Model Parameters on Autoignition Model Performance: A Case Study Using Butanol
    Sirumalla, Sai Krishna, Mayer, Morgan A., Niemeyer, Kyle E., and West, Richard H.
    Combustion and Flame 2018
  4. Software Citation Principles
    Smith, Arfon M., Katz, Daniel S., Niemeyer, Kyle E., and FORCE11 Software Citation Working Group,
    PeerJ Computer Science 2016
  5. Skeletal Mechanism Generation for Surrogate Fuels Using Directed Relation Graph with Error Propagation and Sensitivity Analysis
    Niemeyer, Kyle E., Sung, Chih-Jen, and Raju, Mandhapati P.
    Combustion and Flame 2010