Associate Professor Justin Leontini
- Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
- School of Engineering
- Department of Mechanical Engineering and Product Design Engineering
Dr Justin Leontini’s research spans fundamental fluid-structure interactions, planetary core flows, ship hydrodynamics, flow stability and the transition to turbulence.
Recently, Dr Leontini has been building a project investigating the gas transport mechanisms in specialty ventilation machines in neonatal ICU wards. All of this research is focused around understanding the fundamental physics of flow phenomena that have relevance to engineering or natural problems.
Prior to joining Swinburne in 2013, Dr Leontini was an Australian Postdoctoral Fellow at Monash University, spent time working at the Centre for Maths and Information Science at CSIRO, and at l'Institut de Recherche sur les Phénomènes Hors Equilibre (Dynamic Systems Research Institute) in Marseille, France.
Fields of Research
- Fluid Mechanics And Thermal Engineering Not Elsewhere Classified - 401299
- Computational Methods In Fluid Flow, Heat And Mass Transfer (incl. Computational Fluid Dynamics) - 401204
Also published as: Leontini, Justin; Leontini, J.; Leontini, J. S.; Leontini, Justin S.
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