Stanford University Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics Aerospace Computing Laboratory

Ki Hwan Lee

Durand Building, Room 001
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305
Phone: (650) 723-9564


Ph.D. Candidate in AA
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Stanford University
Master's Degree in AA
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
June, 2001
B.S. in Physics
Department of Physics at UCLA
June, 1999

Research Interests

Non-Linear Frequency Domain Method in 3-D

My research mainly derives from Matt McMullen's work. The main focus would be to apply Frequency Domain Method (FDM) to the non-linear unsteady flow solver in 3-D. The ability to calculate rough approximations in 3-D, comparable to the accuracy of experimental data, would allow us the initial data that are theoretically solid and at the same time, render faster convergence to steady state.

Graph of NFDM in 2-D channel, still developing.
You should notice shifting of shock location.

FDM integrates the benefit of capturing shocks and using excellent property of FFT.

Current Research



More to come

Fun Stuff

I used to write a small tcp/ip programs, using whatever is available and here's java chat program, a complete server/client program and you are welcome to down load and change it anyway you like. This kind of thing is what got me interested in the computer initially. You can always find some help on java from SUN the main program, starts with "java ChatServer 7777", where 7777 is the port number, which could be arbitrary, but 4 digits are usually safe because some port numbers are saved for telnet(23?), smtp(25?), www(80) and the likes. the main Client program, starts with "java ChatClient hostname:portnumber", where host name is the host name/ip address of the ChatServer server, and the port number is the same one used for ChatServer.