Terry Jordan

Terry Jordan received his Computer Engineering and Computer Science degrees from West Virginia University. He serves as a research computer engineer and software developer for the Computational Science & Engineering Division and as a member of the Simulation, Data Analysis and Visualization team with an emphasis on big data analytics and visualization. He is a lead developer of NETL's Carbonaceous Chemistry for Computational Modeling (C3M) software, providing a link between kinetics and CFD codes including MFiX.  He was also a developer of the MFiX readers for ParaView and VisIt, and provides scientific visualization capabilities and support for the MFS team.


Recent publications:

Van Essendelft, D.T., T. Li, P. Nicoletti, and T. Jordan, Advanced Chemistry Surrogate Model Development within C3M for CFD Modeling, Part 1: Methodology Development for Coal Pyrolysis. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2014. 53(18): p. 7780-7796.