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Actuator Waveform Design using Non-linear Adjoint Looping on the Acoustic Flow in an Inkjet Printhead

By Prof. Mathew Juniper, Cambridge University, UK
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Actuator Waveform Design using Non-linear Adjoint Looping on the Acoustic Flow in an Inkjet Printhead

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27 Nov 2020, 13:00 GMT
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Biography:

Matthew Juniper is Professor of Thermofluid Mechanics at the Engineering Department of Cambridge University. His research interests are in the broad area of hydrodynamic and thermoacoustic instability, particularly nonlinear behaviour in thermoacoustics, adjoint-based sensitivity analysis, shape optimization and physics-based statistical learning. He is the leader of the UK Fluids Network and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Fluid Mechanics. He has held visiting fellowships/professorships at Ecole Central Lyon, the Institute for Advanced Studies at TU Munich, KTH/Nordita Stockholm, and the Center for Turbulence Research Summer Program at Stanford University.

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