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Associate Director, University of Michigan Space Institute
University of Texas at Austin
PhD in Aerospace Engineering
MSE in Mechanical Engineering
Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
Laurea in Mechanical Engineering
AE520 – Compressible Flow
Scalar imaging and velocity measurements in turbulent reacting flows; Subsonic and supersonic mixing and combustion; and, Laser diagnostics for fluid flows (reacting and nonreacting).
- The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
- American Physical Society – Division of Fluid Dynamics
Mirko Gamba is an Associate Professor in the Aerospace Department. His interests include laser diagnostics for fluids and reacting flows, low- and high-speed mixing and combustion. His research has focused on experimental investigation of supersonic combustion phenomena in scramjet-type environments, hypersonic impulse facilities, development and application of PLIF-based techniques for mixing and thermometry in supersonic flows, and turbulent nonpremixed combustion.
- AIAA Propellants and Combustion Best Paper: Ignition and Near-Wall Burning in Transverse Hydrogen Jets in Supersonic Crossflow, M. Gamba, M.G. Mungal, and R.K. Hanson. Paper No. AIAA-2011-0319
- AIAA Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Best Paper: Requirements, Capabilities, and Accuracy of Time-Resolved PIV in Turbulent Reacting Flows, M. Gamba and N.T. Clemens. Paper No. AIAA-2011-0362
- ENI Fellowship in Mechanical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 2000-2002
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