Alejandro Sevilla

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Alejandro Sevilla

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Alejandro Sevilla obtained his PhD in Engineering Mathematics from the Department of Thermal and Fluids Engineering of Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain) in 2004. He was awarded with a “Juan de la Cierva” Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Spanish Government to work at the School of Aeronautics of the Polytechnic University of Madrid, followed by a three-year Assistant Professorship at the University of Jaén (Spain). He joined the Faculty of the Department of Thermal and Fluids Engineering of Carlos III University of Madrid in 2009, where he is now Associate Professor of Fluid Mechanics. His research interests include the experimental and theoretical study of the dynamics of bubble and droplet formation and break-up in laminar flows, as well as the application of hydrodynamic stability theory to study flows relevant to mechanical and aerospace engineering, namely jets and wakes and, more recently, diffusion flames.