Andrey V. Kuznetsov0000-0002-6801-2265
Dr. Kuznetsov joined the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at NC State University in 1998 after his postdoctoral appointments at Ruhr-University of Bohum (Germany), Ohio State University, and Vienna University of Technology. He received PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Russian Academy of Sciences in 1992. Dr. Kuznetsov’s research interests are in general thermofluids area, including transport in porous media, transport in living tissues, bioheat transport, bioconvective sedimentation, Newtonian and non-Newtonian flows, flows in microgravity, and turbulence. His most recent research addresses modeling of electroporation, thermal dose optimization in cancer treatment using hyperthermia, and intracellular transport. He attracted funding from many agencies, including DARPA, NSF, NASA, EPA, NATO, USDA, DTRA, and NTC. He is also actively engaged in training graduate students, particularly at the Ph.D. level, and has supervised 25 graduate students over the past 13 years. He published more than 300 journal papers, 1 book, 10 book chapters, and more than 80 conference papers. He is also an affiliate faculty member of the UNC/NCSU Biomedical Engineering Department, Fellow of ASME, and an Associate Editor of the ASME Journal of Heat Transfer.
Biography Updated on 6 September 2012