Zachary Diermyer is a Mechanical Engineering PhD student in the Multiscale/Multiphysics Theory and Simulation (MuLTS) group at the University at Buffalo in Buffalo, New York. He was given the opportunity to work as an intern at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) from January until July of 2022. With the guidance of his mentor, Yidong Xia, he was able to create his own two-fluid mDPD simulations and has recently submitted his work for publication. While performing this work, Zach was encouraged to present his research to the MUSE PIs, since the INL project was part of this EFRC. Since then, Zach has been an active MUSE member and he hopes to continue his work with the group. Zach’s interests are physics, fluid mechanics, numerical/statistical methods and simulation techniques, machine learning, and high-performance computing. ORCID ID # 0000-0002-0599-9381.