Centre for Hypersonics

Our seminars are held every Thursday at 1 pm in room  49-502.

The current schedule for presenters is:

  • Dr Alex Klimenko (combustion)
  • Mr Han Wei (PhD student - radiation)
  • Mr Will Landsberg (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Mr Sangdi Gu (PhD student - radiation)
  • Mr Sreekanth Raghunath (PhD - Transition)
  • Dr Michael Macrossan (CFD)
  • Mr Xin Kang (PhD student - microcombustors)
  • Dr Vincent Wheatley (propulsion)
  • Dr Peter Jacobs (CFD)
  • Dr Ingo Jahn (propulsion)
  • Dr Bianca Capra (QUT - scramjets)
  • Dr Neil Mudford (hypersonics)
  • A/Prof. Tim McIntyre (optical diagnostics)
  • Prof. David Mee (hypersonics)
  • Dr Ross Paull (Flight testing)
  • Dr Anand Veeraragavan (combustion)
  • Mr Steven Lewis (PhD student - radiation)
  • Mr Juan R. Llobet (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Mr Nick Gibbons (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Mr Brad Wheatley (PhD student - optics)
  • Prof. Michael Smart (Scramjets)
  • Dr Hadas Porat (DST Group - Flight testing)
  • Mr Andreas Andrianatos (PhD student - radiation)
  • Professor David Buttsworth (University of Southern Queensland - hypersonics)
  • Mr Kyle Damm (PhD student - CFD)
  • Mr Pierpaolo Toniato (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Prof. Allan Paull (DST Group - Flight testing)
  • Mr Augusto Fontan Moura (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Dr David Gildfind (expansion tunnels)
  • Mr Sholto Forbes (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Mr Zac Denman (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Mr Tristan Vanyai (PhD - scramjets)
  • Ms Elise Fahy (PhD student - radiation)
  • Ms Tamara Sopek (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Mr Michael Roberts (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Mr Timothy Cullen (PhD student - radiation)
  • Mr Sam Stennett (PhD student - reflected shock tunnels)
  • Mr Guerric De Crombrugghe (PhD student - radiation)
  • Mr Chris James (PhD student - radiation)
  • Prof. Richard Morgan (Hypersonics)
  • Mr Rory Kelly (PhD student - Optics)
  • Dr Rowan Gollan (CFD)
  • Mr Kevin Basore (PhD student - scramjets)
  • Dr Sarah Razzaqi (DST Group - Flight testing)
  • Mr Jens Kunze (PhD student - scramjets)

SOPs for this list:

This schedule is maintained with as little input as possible from the custodian of the seminar list, currently David Gildfind.

  1. Once you have given your talk, you will be moved to the bottom of the list.
  2. If you are new to the group, send the custodian an email and you will be placed about one-third of the way down the list and you will be added to the mailing list.
  3. From time-to-time a visitor may be scheduled into the list at short notice. This will delay the schedule for those below on the list. Therefore, check the list to see when you are scheduled and if that has changed.
  4. If you are likely to be unable to give your talk at the scheduled time, it is up to you to find someone elsewhere on the list with whom to swap - do not ask the custodian to arrange this for you. When you have made the arrangements, email the custodian for the amendment to the list to be made.
  5. If you have a fixed date on which you need to make your presentation (e.g. for a confirmation seminar or a practice run for a conference presentation), email the custodian at least several weeks in advance. This date will then be locked in and others on the list will be moved around if a visitor is scheduled prior to the date.
  6. The talks are not meant to require much preparation time; they are to present to the group what you are currently working on.