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Development of numerical solvers for supersonic/hypersonic flows on GPUs
Shock-wave boundary layer interactions for re-entry vehicles and Scramjet engines
Optimising numerical solvers on CPU’s, GPU’s etc
High performance computing
Vortex flow analysis
Machine learning techniques for fluid flows
Awards & Fellowships
2015- NVIDIA K40 Gpu- Nvidia academic award
2011 – 2014 -- PhD fellowship – University of Surrey, UK
2008 – 2010 – Gate Fellowship
Conjugate heat-transfer analysis for hypersonic flow over finite thickness flat plate. G. Oppattaiyamath, N. Reddy, S. P. Jammy, and V. Kulkarni. Journal of Aerospace Engineering, 26(4), 2011
Boundary conditions and vortex wandering. S. P. Jammy, Nick Hills, and David M. Birch. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 747:350–368, May 2014.
Block-structured compressible Navier–Stokes solution using the ops high-level abstraction. S. P. Jammy, G. R. Mudalige, I. Z. Reguly, N. D. Sandham, and M. Giles. International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 30(6):450–454, 2016.
Open SBLI: A framework for the automated derivation and parallel execution of finite difference solvers on a range of computer architectures. C. T. Jacobs, S. P. Jammy, and N. D. Sandham. Journal of Computational Science, 18:12–23, 2017
Performance evaluation of explicit finite difference algorithms with varying amounts of computational and memory intensity. C. T. Jacobs, S. P. Jammy, and N. D. Sandham. Journal of Computational Science, 206 (accepted).
An error indicator for finite difference methods using spectral techniques with application to aerofoil simulation. C. T. Jacobs, Z. Markus, N. De Tullio, S. P. Jammy, D. J. Lusher, and N. D. Sandham. Computers and Fluids, 168:67 – 72, 2018
Shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions in the automatic code generation framework OpenSBLI. David J. Lusher, Satya P. Jammy, Neil D. Sandham, 173:17-21, 2018
Large-scale performance of a DSL-based multi-block structured-mesh application for Direct Numerical Simulation. G.R.Mudalige, I.Z.Reguly, S. P. Jammy, C.T.Jacobs, M.B.Giles, N.D.Sandham. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing. 131: 130-146, 2019.
Nagarjuna Reddy. Y, Satya Pramod. J, O, and Vinayak. N. Kulkarni. Numerical simulation of viscous hypersonic flow over porous flat plate using FVM. In 4th International conference on Fluid mechanics and Fluid power at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, December 2010
Satya Pramod Jammy and Vinayak Kulkarni. Injection Studies for Scramjet engine. In 1st National conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering, April 2012
S. P. Jammy, N Hills, and D. M Birch. Effect of turbulent vortex ‘wandering’ in direct numerical simulations. In International Workshop on Physical Modeling of Flow and Dispersion Phenomena, PHYSMOD, September 2013.
S. P. Jammy and N. D Sandham. Unsteadiness of oblique shock-wave/boundary-layer interaction with end walls. In Proceedings of 10th International conference on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena (TSFP10), July 2017.
Chutia, A. Pathak, P. Phukan, S. P. Jammy, and V. Kulkarni. Hypersonic flow investigations on various computing architectures. In 5th National Symposium on Shock Waves , February, 26-28 2018
J Lusher, S. P. Jammy, and N. D Sandham. Transitional shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions with side-wall effects. In 7th European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD 7), Glasgow, UK, June 2018
S. P. Jammy, C. T Jacobs, D. J Lusher, and N. D Sandham. Energy consumption of algorithms for solving the compressible Navier-Stokes equations on CPUs, GPUs and KNLs. In 7th European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD 7), Glasgow, UK, June 2018.
J Lusher, S. P. Jammy, and N. D Sandham. Transitional shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions in the automatic source-code generation framework OpenSBLI. In Tenth International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ICCFD10), Barcelona, Spain, July 2018
Jubajyoti Chutia, S. P. Jammy, Vinayak Kulkarni and Niranjan Sahoo. Viscous compressible flow solver on various architectures. In 7th International conference on Fluid mechanics and Fluid power at Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, December 2018