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EFE EROZ, Princeton sophomore studying Mech. and Aero. Eng.

Major: MAE

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2026

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I’m a Princeton sophomore studying mechanical and aerospace engineering (MAE) and planning a minor in computer science. I’m from Maryland and have done some research in combustion simulation. On campus, I’m involved with some MAE-type activities like Princeton Rocketry, and I also love fishing and gardening. My email is . Looking forward to seeing you in my class!

Past Classes

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E813: Basics of Fluid Mechanics in Splash 2024 (Apr. 20, 2024)
From combustion to airfoils to turbines, fluids play an important role in our everyday lives. In this “class,” we’ll cover the basics of fluid mechanics, learning how to apply familiar ideas from your high school physics course (such as conservation of mass and Newton’s second law) to small packets of fluids without dwelling too much on the math. In doing so, we’ll see how fluids can be treated as continuous without having to explicitly consider forces on and between individual molecules. The focus will be on appreciating the underlying, big-picture ideas which, when understood well, can be comfortably translated into more precise mathematical language later in your studies. Please let me know if you have any questions about the course at