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.
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.