Veryst is pleased to welcome Dr. Andrew Spann to its engineering team. Dr. Spann's expertise uses high-performance computing to study complex physical systems, including biological systems such as vesicles, red blood cells, microfluidic devices, and platelets. His work includes simulating coupled flow, deformation, and margination of cells and membrane structures. He has extensive experience in the development and application of complex computational methods, including multiphysics.
After earning degrees in both Mathematics and Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Spann earned a Masters' degree and Ph.D. in Computational and Mathematical Engineering from Stanford University. Read more about Dr. Spann.