Sustainability database

People

Dr Antonio Filippone

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Filippone has been at the University of Manchester since 2000. Before coming to Manchester, he was at the Technical University of Denmark and at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr Filippone's expertise is on modelling and simulation of fluid flows, software engineering and integration, numerical optimisation, stochastic methods, data analysis. He has done extensive research in wind turbine aerodynamics, rotor aerodynamics, helicopter aerodynamics, car and vehicle aerodynamics, aircraft aerodynamics, intake aerodynamics, industrial flows, power plants (for oil, gas and steam energy), flight mechanics of a variety of flight platforms. 

Division: 
Research
Sustainability enthusiast?: 
No
Interdisciplinary themes: 
Education
Energy
Transport

Connections

Course

Aircraft Performance

International regulation; energy methods; aircraft noise

Research

The High Seas Project

Assessing the technical and operational scope for rapid carbon emission reduction from global shipping.

http://gow.epsrc.ac.uk/NGBOViewGrant.aspx?GrantRef=EP/H02011X/1

Research

UMARI Environment Theme

By its nature, environmental research brings together disciplines to synthesise knowledge and understanding to address the key issues of the day.

http://www.umari.manchester.ac.uk/research/areas/Environment/index.html

Group

The University of Manchester Aerospace Research Institute

The mission of our Institute is to gain full benefit from the University’s diverse research capability and to be internationally recognised as a centre of excellence in aerospace research and innovation.  The Institute nurtures a broad-based research portfolio and at the same time is seeking to establish a number of major research initiatives that add value to the existing research base in the University.

Keywords: 
Aerodynamics, Aerospace, Car and vehicle aerodynamics, Aero

Group

Engagement@Manchester

We seek to lead on public engagement in all forms, providing expertise in public discourse and policy development, listening to the wider community, and involving the public in our work.

Keywords: 
Engagement, Public engagement, Community, Social responsibility, Universities