Eliot's expertise is in computational fluid dynamics and aeroelasticity as well
as numerical methods. His experience includes high-fidelity modeling of rotorcraft
and wind turbines, development of variable-fidelity methods for rotor wakes, and application
of advanced data mapping techniques. At NREL, Eliot's research focuses on the aeroelastic
behavior of flexible, extreme-scale wind turbines.
Ph.D. and M.S. in Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology; B.S. in
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University