Marcus Hultmark

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering


Office: E-Quad, D222

Phone: 609-258-5689

Research interests: Fluid mechanics; turbulence, its measurement and theory. Aerodynamics of wind turbines; developing and characterization of sensors for measurements of flow parameters related to atmospheric monitoring, climate models, unmanned aerial vehicles, and medical infusion monitoring to improve how treatments are administered.


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