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Paul S. Krueger

Professor

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Southern Methodist University

 

 


PhD      Aeronautics        California Institute of Technology             2001

MS       Aeronautics        California Institute of Technology          1998

BS        Mechanical Engineering       University of California, Berkeley 1997


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Pulsed Jets

Micropropulsion and bio-inspired locomotion

Unsteady Fluid Flow

Vortex Formation and Vortex Dynamics

Vortex-Boundary Interaction

Experimental Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

PUBLICATIONS


HONORS AND AWARDS:

Ford Senior Research Fellowship, Southern Methodist University (2012)

ASME North Texas Section Young Engineer of the Year Award (2009)

Outstanding Graduate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering (2007 2008, 2008 2009)

NSF CAREER Award: Hydro and Aerodynamic Pulsed Jet Micropropulsion (2004 2009)

Richard Bruce Chapman Memorial Award for distinguished research in Hydrodynamics (2001)

Rolf D. Buhler Memorial Award in Aeronautics (1998)


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

Member, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

Member, American Physical Society (APS)

Member, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA)

Associate member of the AIAA Fluid Dynamics Technical Committee (2007 2010)


TEACHING INTERESTS:

Fluid mechanics

Aerodynamics

Dynamics

Viscous Flow Theory

Turbulent Shear Flows

Vortex Dynamics


CONTACT INFORMATION:

Southern Methodist University

Department of Mechanical Engineering

P.O. Box 750337

Dallas, TX 75275-0337             

 

Phone: (214) 768-1296

Fax:     (214) 768-1473

email:   pkrueger@lyle.smu.edu


OTHER LINKS:

SMU Homepage

SMU Mechanical Engineering


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