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Professor Ellen Longmire becomes Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Professor Ellen Longmire
Photo Courtesy of Chris Cooper.

The Department of Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics is pleased to announce that on August 2, 2018, Professor Ellen Longmire joined the Dean's Office as the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs oversees graduate education and programs that support faculty in their various academic roles within the College of Science and Engineering.

Professor Longmire received her B.A. degree in Physics from Princeton University in 1982. She then attended the Technische Universitaet Braunschweig in Germany and went on to receive her M.S. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University in 1985 and 1990 respectively. Professor Longmire joined AEM as an Assistant Professor in 1990 and was promoted to full Professor in 2003. She also served as the AEM Director of Graduate Studies from 1996 to 1998. In 2015, she was Visiting Professor to both the University of Melbourne and TU Darmstadt, Germany.

Professor Longmire’s research uses advanced experimental methods to study single- and multi-phase transitional and turbulent flows, liquid/liquid mixtures, microscale flows, and biomedical flows. Her research accomplishments are exemplified through her many positions, honors, and fellowships. In 2016, she served as Chair of the American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics. She is currently Editor of the research journal, Experiment in Fluids and also on the Editorial Advisory Board for the International Journal of Multiphase Flow.

Please join the department in congratulating Professor Ellen Longmire on her appointment.

Visit the faculty page of Professor Longmire for more information on her research and accomplishments.

 


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