Michal Osusky

PhD, Aerospace Engineering (University of Toronto, Canada) BE, Engineering (University of Victoria, Canada)

Michal is a lead engineer in the Thermosciences organization, with more than 5 years of experience tackling high pressure turbine CFD problems.  With a focus on temperature prediction, Michal has led efforts to quantify the effects of combustor-turbine interaction with the goal of turbine durability improvements.  His current work involves gas-path temperature prediction simulations (both large and small scale), as well as work on the Digital Thread for Design (DT4D℠) project.  He holds a PhD in the area of Aerospace Engineering from the University of Toronto, Canada, as well as a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the University of Victoria, Canada.

Just for fun
Just for fun

Outside of work, Michal enjoys doing anything outdoors, including hiking, camping, gardening, and skiing.

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