Faculty

Joanna Austin

Joanna Austin

Professor of Aerospace

Degrees and Appointments

B.E., University of Queensland, 1996; B.S., 1996; M.S., California Institute of Technology, 1998; Ph.D., 2003. Caltech, 2014-.

Assistant(s)

Research Group Matters
Denise Ruiz
G365 Guggenheim Lab
626-395-4426
druiz@caltech.edu

Research Overview

Joanna Austin's research is focused on fundamental problems in reactive, compressible flows across a broad range of applications, including hypervelocity flight and planetary entry, supersonic combustion and detonation, bubble dynamics, and explosive geological events.

List of Research Areas

Fundamental problems in reactive, compressible flows across a broad range of applications, including hypervelocity flight and planetary entry, supersonic combustion and detonation, bubble dynamics, and explosive geological events.

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