Osman Anwar Bég
O. Anwar Beg obtained a first-class degree in engineering in 1992 and his Ph.D. degree in engineering science in 1996, both from the University of Manchester, UK. He worked for five years in computational mechanics consultancy (1996–2001). He has taught at Leeds Metropolitan University (2001–2007), BAE Systems (2007-2008), and Sheffield Hallam University (since 2008). He has published over 110 journal articles and attended conferences at Cambridge University, MIT, and the Technical University of Wien (Austria). His work has included supersonic aerodynamics, helicopters, hypersonics, magnetofluid dynamics, radiation-convection heat transfer flows in porous media, electromagnetic convection, finite elements, rheology, nanofluid dynamics, biomimetic aerodynamics, finite element fluid dynamics, cryogenic thermodynamics, magneto-tribology, gas turbine blade film cooling, CFD modeling of turbulent channel flows, freak waves, stochastic hydrology, earthquakes, oil spills, solar energy, spinal biodynamics, micropolar fluid dynamics, peristaltic and pulsatile hemodynamics, semiconductor chaos, quantum electrodynamic modeling, composite materials, and geophysical vortices.
Biography Updated on 23 November 2011