Sergey B. Leonov

FlowPAC Institute, University of Notre Dame, USA

Sergey B. Leonov received his M.S. degree from Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, in 1981, Ph.D. degree from Baltic State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia, in 1990, and a Senior D.S. degree from the Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint Petersburg, Russia, in 2006. Prior to moving to the USA in 2013, he worked in research and higher education institutions in Moscow, Russia, including Joint Institute for High Temperature of the Russian Academy of Sciences where he was a Head of Department and, concurrently, Moscow Open University, Moscow, Russia, where he was a Professor. In 2013-2014, he was a Visiting Professor at the Ohio State University, Columbus, USA, and currently he is a Research Professor at the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, USA. His research interests and contributions are in weakly ionized plasmas, plasma aerodynamics, plasma assisted combustion, flow/plasma visualization and diagnostics, aerothermodynamics, and active flow control. He has over 200 publications. Professor Leonov is an Associate Fellow of AIAA and an IEEE Member, AIAA Technical Committee Member, EUCASS Technical Committee Member, and FLUCOME Honorary Member.

Biography Updated on 27 February 2015

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