Director of Studies

Professor Sergei Chernyshenko, Director of Postgraduate Studies

Sergei Chernyshenko Sergei teaches the Fluid Mechanics, Separated Flows and Fluid-Structure Interaction course and is also a Project Supervisor for the programme. His primary research interests are in Theoretical Fluid Dynamics, and include in particular Turbulence, Flow Stability and Control, and Easy-to-use Navier-Stokes solvers. Sergei is a member of the Russian National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics and the Editorial Board of Mekhanika Zhidkosti i Gaza (Fluid Dynamics).

For more information please visit Sergei’s professional webpage.


Dr Joaquim Peiro, PG Tutor

Joaquim Peiro Joaquim is a Project Supervisor for the programme. His primary research interest is Computational Fluid Dynamics in Aeronautics and Bioengineering. Joaquim is a member of the Spanish Civil Engineering Association and is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering.

For more information please visit Joaquim’s professional webpage.


Teaching staff
NameCourse(s) in taught programmeProject supervisor
Professor Christos Vassilicos
Professor of Fluid Mechanics
Navier Stokes and Turbulence Modelling  Yes
Professor Jonathan Morrison
Professor of Experimental Fluid Mechanics
Introduction to Flow Control  Yes
Professor Mike Reeks
Visiting Professor
Navier Stokes and Turbulence Modelling  
Dr Eric Kerrigan
Senior Lecturer
Control Systems  Yes
Dr Matthew Santer
Lecturer
Finite Element Methods  Yes
Professor Paul Robinson
Professor of Mechanics of Composites
Analysis of Laminated Composites  Yes
Dr Rafael Palacios
Reader in Mechanics of Composites
Aeroelasticity  Yes
Professor Silvestre Pinho
Professor of Mechanics of Composites
Technical Writing  Yes
Dr Rob Hewson
Senior Lecturer
Advanced Mechanics of Flight  Yes
 
Postgraduate teaching staff

Internal project supervisors

For information on the internal/external projects being offered to current students, please read the postgraduate individual research projects.