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Associate Professor in Aerospace Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Dr Mark Jabbal is an Associate Professor in Aerospace Engineering in the Department of Mechanical, Materials & Manufacturing Engineering at the University of Nottingham. Mark received his PhD in Experimental Aerodynamics from the University of Manchester in 2008. Prior to joining the University of Nottingham in 2016, Mark was an Aerodynamic Consultant at Flow Science Ltd (2002-2003), a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Manchester (2008-2011) and a Lecturer in Aerospace Engineering at Brunel University London (2011-2016). His main research interests include aerodynamic flow control in aerospace and automotive applications for drag reduction. This research combines experimental fluid mechanics, modeling and optimisation, and vehicle system integration studies. Mark is a Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society (MRAeS) and a co-opted member of the RAeS Aerodynamics Specialist Group.
Dr Mark Jabbal is a member of the Fluids and Thermal Engineering Research Group.
Enquiries are welcomed from potential PhD candidates with a strong academic record and interest in any of these research areas.
Programme Director for UG Aerospace Engineering
Module Convenor for MMME1030 Aerospace Aerodynamics & MMME3080 Advanced Aerodynamics
Contributing Tutor for Professional Engineering &… read more
PI for the H2020/Clean Sky 2 WINGPULSE Project (Grant No. 887092): advancing active flow control technologies for more efficient aircraft
Co-I for the H2020/Clean Sky 2 TAILSURF Project (Grant No. ): aircraft rear-end configuration optimisation
I welcome enquiries from potential PhD candidates from Home, EU and international countries who are interested in the following research areas: Experimental aerodynamics and fluid dynamics; boundary layer flow control; drag reduction using passive and active technologies; synthetic jet actuator development; active flow control system architectures for vehicle integration; heat transfer and novel cooling technologies for thermal management
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