Oliver Buxton is a lecturer in experimental aerodynamics in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London. The main focus of his research is the application of laser diagnostics to observe fine-scale turbulence in both compressible and incompressible flows.
- 2013 - present: Lecturer in experimental aerodynamics in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London
- 2011 - 2013: Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the Flowfield Imaging Lab at the University of Texas at Austin
- 2007 - 2011: PhD at Imperial College London, thesis title "Fine scale features of turbulent shear flow"
- 2003 - 2007: M.A/M.Eng in Engineering at St. John's College, the University of Cambridge
Breda M, Buxton ORH, 2018, Influence of coherent structures on the evolution of an axisymmetric turbulent jet, Physics of Fluids, Vol:30, ISSN:1070-6631
Breda M, Buxton ORH, 2018, Effects of multiscale geometry on the large-scale coherent structures of an axisymmetric turbulent jet, Journal of Visualization, ISSN:1343-8875, Pages:1-8
et al., 2018, Aeroacoustic Characterization of Single- and Multiscale Porous Fences, Aiaa Journal, Vol:56, ISSN:0001-1452, Pages:264-278
Breda M, Buxton O, Role of initial conditions in the evolution of an axisymmetric turbulent jet due to geometrical effects on the near-field coherence, Tenth International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena
Buxton O, Breda M, Chen X, Invariants of the velocity-gradient tensor in a spatially developing inhomogeneous turbulent flow, Tenth International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena