Carlos Torres, Ph.D.
Research AssociateNorth Campus, Drill Building #110
Dr. Carlos F. Torres received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Tulsa (2006), his M.E. degree in Applied Mathematics from University of Los Andes, Venezuela (2001) and his B.E. Degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Los Andes – Venezuela (1995). Since 1996, Carlos has worked for the University of Los Andes – Venezuela in the Thermal Science Department where he became a full professor in 2011. He worked as Research Associate with Dr. Leslie Thompson at The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma (summer 2008), and with Dr. Angeli at the University College London in the United Kingdom (fall-winter 2008), developing simulations CFD in multiphase flow. His research interests are model development and experimental test for multiphase flow in pipelines and devices, and developing CFD analysis for them. Currently, Carlos is a Research Associate for the TUFFP, TUHOP and TUHWALP research projects at The University of Tulsa.