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Research Group - Dr. Iskander Akhatov

Current Research Students

Sourin Bhattacharya, MNT Program, Doctorate Student.

Svyatoslav Chugunov, ME Program, Doctorate Student.

Artur Lutfurakhmanov, ME Program, Doctorate Student.

Aydar Akchurin, ME Program, MS Student.

Jacob Fink, ME Program, MS Student.

Mark Simon, ME Program, MS Student.

Gregory Loken, ME Program, Undergraduate Research Assistant.

 

Past Research Associates and Postdocs

Dr. Olena Shafranska, Research Associate, Micro/Nano Fluidics Laboratory, ME Department (2008-2009).

Dr. Cheng Wang, Research Associate, Impact Biomechanics Laboratory, ME Department (2006-2007).

 

Past Research Students

Sait Mekic, (Joint advising with Dr. Chad Ulven), PhD.

Justin M. Hoey, (Joint advising with Dr. Doug Schulz), MS.

Robert A. Sailer, (Joint advising with Dr. Doug Schulz), MS.

Artur Lutfurakhmanov, MS.

Svyatoslav Chugunov, MS.

Kimberly Meyer, (Joint advising with Dr. Chad Ulven), MS.

Benjamin A.  Rime, (Joint advising with Dr. Bor Jang), MS.

Mohammad Rastgaar Aagaah, (Joint advising with Dr. Mohammad Mahinfalah), MS.

Shane Weigel, (Joint advising with Dr. Zakaria Mahmud), Undergraduate Research Assistant.

Jason Daugs, Undergraduate Research Assistant.

Drew Thompson, (Joint advising with Dr. Doug Schulz), Undergraduate Research Assistant.

Travis Yoch, (Joint advising with Dr. Doug Schulz), Undergraduate Research Assistant.

Abhijit Shimpi, Graduate Research Assistant.

Adam S. Mitlyng, Undergraduate Research Assistant.

Daniel R. Schmidt, Undergraduate Research Assistant.

Tyler Aman, Undergraduate Research Assistant.

Eric Jerke, Undergraduate Research Assistant.

 

Past Research Students (in Russia)

Supervised Ph.D. students:

Rosa Chemborisova (1991) “Thermoconvective instability of relaxational liquids in porous media”.

Ismagil’yan Khusainov (1993) “Chaotic oscillations in dynamics of non-Newtonian fluids,” currently Associate Professor at Sterlitamak Pedagogic Institute, Russia. 

Andrey Korobchinski (1996) “Unsteady motion of multiphase systems in periodic pressure fields,” currently Associate Professor at Bashkir State University, Russia.

Damir Khismatullin (1998) “Mathematical modeling of resonant phenomena in dynamics of bubbly liquids,” awarded a NATO postdoctoral fellowship at Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering of Boston University (2000), currently Associate Professor at Tulane University, LA.

Konstantin Mikhailenko  (1999) “Numerical simulation of two-dimensional two-phase flow with chemical reactions,” currently Associate Professor at Ufa Aviation Technological University, and Senior Research Scientist at Institute of Mechanics of teh Russian Academy of Sciences, Ufa, Russia.

Andrey Topolnikov (2000) “Numerical modeling of nonlinear oscillations and collapse of gas bubble in a liquid taking into account shock wave emission,” currently Associate Professor at Bashkir State University and Senior Research Scientist at Institute of Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ufa, Russia.

El’vira Nasibullaeva (2001) “Nonlinear dynamics of resonances and synchronization in bubble clusters,” awarded a stipendium of Acoustical Society of America (2001), currently Associate Professor at Ufa Aviation Technological University, and Senior Research Scientist at Institute of Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ufa, Russia.

Kamil Zakirov (2005): “Numerical modeling of bubble growth and collapse in compressible liquid,” currently Junior Research Scientist at Institute of Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ufa, Russia.

Svetlana Konovalova (2006): “Structure formation in acoustic cavitation,” currently Junior Research Scientist at Institute of Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ufa, Russia.

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