Prof Sergey Karabasov
BSc, MSc, PhD, DSc, FHEA, FRAeS, AFAIAA
Research Group News
The development of physically insightful low-order methods based on a combination of Large Eddy Simulation accelerated on GPUs with theoretical aeroacoustics methods is in making.
It is nice to be back in office after the long covid break !
Sergey Karabasov elected to the grade of Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)7 September 2021
AIAA Associate Fellows are individuals of distinction who have made notable and valuable contributions to the arts, sciences, or technology of aeronautics or astronautics. Sergey's citation states: "For career-long work in high-speed flow aeroacoustics for jet engines and rotor noise, pioneering use of Large Eddy Simulations … [more]
Well done to my former tutee, Karthikeyan Ponniah, who has been awarded the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE) Leaders Scholarship. Karthikeyan is 1 of 30 candidates, who have received this award in this round. Recipients of this RAE award “will get the opportunity to acquire the skills needed to fulfil their … [more]
The team of engineers from Queen Mary has won significant funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) devoted to high-resolution modelling and simulation of aerofoil noise. In the new £405,916 research project, Prof. Karabasov and his team will work in collaboration with the Institute of Sound and … [more]
Fan Li Passes his PhD Viva on "Non-equilibrium and hybrid multiscale modelling of molecular systems"19 January 2021
Many congratulations to Fan Li for successfully passing his PhD Viva with minor corrections on the dissertation “Non-equilibrium and hybrid multiscale modelling of molecular systems”. The Viva was held remotely by Teams. Many problems in science and engineering comprise multiple scales in space and time. A particular example … [more]
Congratulations to Vasily Gryazev who has successfully passed his PhD viva subject to the usual minor corrections on the dissertation devoted to hot jet noise modelling. Because of COVID19 the viva was held remotely via Teams. Well done -- Vasily! [more]
International workshop "Advanced numerical methods for solving evolutionary problems", 14 April 202028 February 2020
The workshop is organised by the Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences in the framework of the International Mathematical Centre "Moscow Centre for Fundamental and Applied Mathematics, 8 Gubkin Street, Moscow, Russia, 117333. Organisation Committee: Professor Yuri Vassilevski, Associate Director of Institute of Numerical Mathematics and Corresponding member of the … [more]
Sergey Karabasov has been shortlisted as PGR Supervisor of the Year to attend the Education Awards ceremony on Monday 23rd March where the winners will be announced. The event will take place at Drapers’ Hall, Throgmorton Ave, London EC2N 2DQ. https://www.qmsu.org/awards/education/teaching/ [more]
The new H2020 project "Decrease Jet-Installation Noise" devoted to modelling and reduction of jet-wing-interaction noise typical of large commercial turbo-fan engines will be funded by the European Commission. The project is led by Rolls-Royce and Airbus and includes leading organisations in Europe and the UK and is for 3 years. Our … [more]
The Philosophical Transactions A issue on “Frontiers of aeroacoustics research: theory, computation and experiment” will be available online on 14 October 2019. Aeroacoustics studies noise generated by aerodynamic flows. Founded on fluid mechanics and applied mathematics, and relying increasingly upon computational modelling, aeroacoustics has grown into a discipline with its own key … [more]
Dr Sergey Karabasov gave an invited talk at the Ann Dowling Symposium, Emmanuel College, Cambridge. The Symposium was in honour of exceptional achievements and contributions over the long and illustrious career of Professor Dame Ann Dowling FRS. [more]
Congratulations to Vasily Gryazev whose paper on the modelling of noise propagation in heated jets won the Sir James Lighthill Best Student Paper Award at the 26th International Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV26). The award is for the best paper published in the Proceedings of IIAV Annual International Congress … [more]
Abhishek Chintagunta successfully passed his PhD viva on the thesis entitled "CABARET Schemes for improved wave propagation and viscous flow modelling".
Congratulations to Stanislav Proskurov whose corrected PhD thesis “Aerofoil broadband and tonal noise modelling using Fast-Random-Particle-Mesh method and Large Eddy Simulation” has been accepted by the Examiners following the successful Viva defence in April 2018. Since Summer 2018, Stanislav has taken his first post-doctoral position in DLR Braunschweig, Germany. [more]
Congratulations to Jingyi Hu who has successfully passed her PhD viva on the thesis entitled "Hybrid multiscale models of liquids with hydrodynamics effects".
PhD student, Anuroopa Kalyan has successfully defended her PhD thesis on the topic "Theoretical Modelling of Broadband Shock Associated Noise in Supersonic Jets", she was supervised by Dr. Sergey Karasbov. Anuroopa has already started her first post-doctoral appointment at the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre in Southampton. Congratulations Anuroopa! [more]
A new project led by engineers at Queen Mary University of London that aims to reduce aircraft noise has won significant funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The £422,275 EPSRC grant will fund the Jet Installation Noise Abatement (JINA) project, which will bring together expertise in experimental … [more]