Paolo Luzzatto-Fegiz graduated with a BEng in Aerospace Engineering from the U. of Southampton, where he received the Royal Aeronautical Society Prize for highest first-class degree and the Graham Prize for best experimental project in the School of Engineering Sciences. He holds an MSc in Applied Mathematics (Imperial College) and an MS/PhD in Aerospace Engineering (Cornell). He received the Acrivos Award of the American Physical Society for outstanding dissertation in Fluid Dynamics at a U.S. university, a Devonshire Postdoctoral Scholarship from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, a Junior Research Fellowship from Churchill College, Cambridge, an NSF CAREER Award, a Northrop Grumman Teaching Award, and a Gallery of Fluid Motion Award from APS-DFD. He co-developed a salinity sensor for oceanography now adopted by 20+ institutions, led the first International Space Station experiment from NSF CBET, and is co-developing a new ISS experiment on photo-responsive liquids.
We strive to formulate models for otherwise intractable problems, at the intersection of fluids and other disciplines.