1993 PhD Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1989 Dipl.-Ing. (Univ) Aerospace Engineering, Technical University Munich
Professor Schmid's research interests are in theoretical and computational fluid dynamics, with emphasis on hydrodynamic stability theory, flow control, model reduction and system identification. He is also interested in computational techniques for flow optimization and quantitative flow analysis.
Schmid, P.J.: Dynamic mode decomposition and its variants. Annu. Rev. Fluid Mech., 54, pp. 225--254, 2021
Eggl, M.; Schmid, P.J.: Mixing enhancement in binary fluids using optimised stirring strategies. J. Fluid Mech., 899, A24, 2020
Skene, C.; Schmid, P.J.; Qadri, U.A.: Open-loop control of global instability in a swirling jet by harmonic forcing: a weakly non-linear analysis. Phys. Rev. Fluids, 5, 053901, 2020
Symon, S.; Sipp, D.; Schmid, P.J.; McKeon, B.J.: Mean and unsteady flow reconstruction using data-assimilation and resolvent analysis. AIAA J., 58(2), 575--588, 2020
Schmidt, O.T.; Schmid, P.J.: A conditional space-time POD formalism for intermittent and rare events: example of acoustic bursts in turbulent jets. J. Fluid Mech., 867, R.2, 2019