Katherine Goodman is assistant professor at the University of Colorado Denver, in Inworks, an interdisciplinary innovation lab. She completed her PhD at the ATLAS Institute in Technology, Media, and Society at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research focuses on experiential learning in engineering education. She also holds a B.S. in mathematics and a masters of professional writing.
Dr. Hertzberg is currently Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at CU-Boulder. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in measurement techniques, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, design and computer tools. She has pioneered a spectacular course on the art and physics of flow visualization, and is conducting research on the impact of the course with respect to visual perception and educational outcomes. Her disciplinary research centers around pulsatile, vortex dominated flows with applications in both combustion and bio-fluid dynamics. She is also interested in a variety of flow field measurement techniques. Current projects include velocity and vorticity in human cardiac ventricles and large vessels.
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