Stephane REDONNET

Stephane REDONNET
Stephane REDONNET  

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redonnet@ust.hk

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First Name (and Middle Name If Any)
Stephane
REDONNET
Highest Degree Acquired (e.g. PhD in Engineering Science)
PhD in Computational AeroAcoustics, Bordeaux University

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redonnet@ust.hk

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Research Interests
Aeroacoustics
Aerodynamics
Aerospace engineering
Computational modeling for aerospace and mechanical systems
Noise and acoustics

Biography

Biography

Prof. Redonnet holds a MSc (dual degree in Math & Physics, with honors), a PhD (Summa Cum Laude, with very high honors), and a Professorship Accreditation  (French so-called 'Habilitation', equivalent to UK's DSc). He has 20 years of professional experience in the sector of aerospace research, with an expertise in the field of Computational Sciences (Aeroacoustics). He is Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) and Senior Member of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).

Before joining HKUST, Dr. Redonnet was Senior Research Fellow at ONERA (French national Aerospace Research Center), where he served for more than fifteen years. There, he conducted activities and endorsed responsibilities that gradually increased in spectrum and intensity, relating to either scientific research (technical expertise, scientific advisory), project management (research projects, business partnerships) and/or international affairs (scientific cooperation, governance concertation). As such, he was involved in various large-scale initiatives gathering major stakeholders of the aerospace research, worldwide (industry, academia, official bodies). Among other things, this led him to cooperate for a decade with NASA (where he spent 1,5 year as Visiting Researcher), to work closely with various industries (e.g. Airbus), as well as to engage in worldwide governance initiatives (e.g. the International Forum for Aviation Research, IFAR, which he chaired the working group devoted to aircraft noise mitigation).

His research activities primarily focus on flow and/or noise physics. Through fundamental investigation, numerical simulation, experimental characterization and/or  conceptual explorations of aero-acoustics phenomena, these research works support the mitigation of emissions (acoustical, chemical) across the aerospace and energy sectors (e.g. aircraft/drones, wind turbines).

So far, he has authored 80+ research papers, led and/or contributed to many research projects, coordinated various international cooperation initiatives, and (co)supervised 20 research students (PhD or  MPhil theses, internships). He is Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society and Senior Member of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). He is Editorial Board Member of the Journal "Aerospace" (Q1). He is regularly invited for acting as Peer Reviewer for top-tier Scientific Journals, as well as external assessor for research funding agencies.

Research Interests

Research Interests
Aeroacoustics
Aerodynamics
Aerospace engineering
Computational modeling for aerospace and mechanical systems
Noise and acoustics

Biography

Biography

Prof. Redonnet holds a MSc (dual degree in Math & Physics, with honors), a PhD (Summa Cum Laude, with very high honors), and a Professorship Accreditation  (French so-called 'Habilitation', equivalent to UK's DSc). He has 20 years of professional experience in the sector of aerospace research, with an expertise in the field of Computational Sciences (Aeroacoustics). He is Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) and Senior Member of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).

Before joining HKUST, Dr. Redonnet was Senior Research Fellow at ONERA (French national Aerospace Research Center), where he served for more than fifteen years. There, he conducted activities and endorsed responsibilities that gradually increased in spectrum and intensity, relating to either scientific research (technical expertise, scientific advisory), project management (research projects, business partnerships) and/or international affairs (scientific cooperation, governance concertation). As such, he was involved in various large-scale initiatives gathering major stakeholders of the aerospace research, worldwide (industry, academia, official bodies). Among other things, this led him to cooperate for a decade with NASA (where he spent 1,5 year as Visiting Researcher), to work closely with various industries (e.g. Airbus), as well as to engage in worldwide governance initiatives (e.g. the International Forum for Aviation Research, IFAR, which he chaired the working group devoted to aircraft noise mitigation).

His research activities primarily focus on flow and/or noise physics. Through fundamental investigation, numerical simulation, experimental characterization and/or  conceptual explorations of aero-acoustics phenomena, these research works support the mitigation of emissions (acoustical, chemical) across the aerospace and energy sectors (e.g. aircraft/drones, wind turbines).

So far, he has authored 80+ research papers, led and/or contributed to many research projects, coordinated various international cooperation initiatives, and (co)supervised 20 research students (PhD or  MPhil theses, internships). He is Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society and Senior Member of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). He is Editorial Board Member of the Journal "Aerospace" (Q1). He is regularly invited for acting as Peer Reviewer for top-tier Scientific Journals, as well as external assessor for research funding agencies.