About me

Me (Wagner) smiling at the front of the main entrance of ENSIP (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Ingénieurs de Poitiers), at Poitiers, France.

I am Wagner, an Aeronautical Engineer, Ph.D. in Aeroacoustics from the PPRIME Institute, at Poitiers, France. My thesis was focused on airframe noise, that is, the noise generated by a flow after it passes an obstacle and the influence of the geometry itself in that process.

This website is a collection of small random articles of topics related to programming, optimization, fluid dynamics (and maybe all 3 together) and any other subject I’d like to speak about. It’s a never-ending work in progress so I can practice and learn more about those 3 points while sharing it with the world. Opinions and views are my own and not necessarily represent the views of my current or any previous employer.

If you find something useful or have any question, feel free to contact me. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, everything I post here is under license CC BY-NC 4.0.

You can find my CV here, with a list of publications.

Thanks for the visit.