Iskender Sahin, PhD, P.E.
Professor Sahin is an Industry Professor of Mechanical Engineering in NYU. He has graduate degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (MS) and Virginia Tech (PhD). He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Michigan. His academic experience includes faculty positions at Virginia Tech, Western Michigan University and NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering. He had several summer faculty assignments at NASA Lewis (currently Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH) and Naval Coastal Systems Center (Panama City, FL) in addition to an ONR NRC Postdoctoral Fellowship. His industrial consulting activities include Stryker, Johnson, Whirlpool Corporations, McDermott Industries and US Navy.
Dr. Sahin’s research and teaching interests are in fluid mechanics, heat transfer and thermal sciences. He has over seventy peer-reviewed journal and conference publications and formal reports. He is active in ASME and ASEE at several capacities as conference organizer, reviewer and committee memberships.
Doctor of Philosophy, Aerospace and Ocean Engineering
Master of Science, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
BS, Mechanical Engineering
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
From: July 1984 to December 2010
NRC Postdoctoral Researcher
From: April 1989 to September 1990
Undergraduate teaching and conducting research in Boundary Layer Stability and Transition.
From: July 1982 to August 1984
"Dynamics of Bubbles and Vortices Under a Free Surface, (with G.Tryggvason),ASME AMD, Vol.116, June 1991.