Ivana Milanovic

Professor

Mechanical Engineering

College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture
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Education

PhD, NYU Tandon School of Engineering

MSME, University of Belgrade, Serbia

BSME, University of Belgrade, Serbia


Ivana Milanovic received her PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Tandon School of Engineering, New York University and MS and BS from University of Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia. She has worked as a HVAC engineer, a faculty member at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Belgrade, as a graduate fellow and adjunct instructor at Tandon School of Engineering, and as a lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Columbia University, NY.

Currently, she is a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Hartford, with ongoing research programs in vortical flows, computational fluid dynamics, multiphysics modeling and collaborative learning strategies. Milanovic is a contributing author for more than 90 journal articles, NASA reports, conference papers and software releases. Since joining the University of Hartford, she has been awarded or participated in a number of grants totaling approximately $3 million.

Milanovic is also a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). As an ASME member, Milanovic is active on the Fluid Mechanics Technical Committee co-organizing symposia, forums, and poster sessions. Milanovic is an elected member of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering, a body of the top scientists and engineers in the state that provides support and insight to state agencies and legislature. Her honors include The Bent for Scholarly Creativity, Award for Innovations in Teaching and Learning and Outstanding Teacher Award of the year, University of Hartford, NASA Faculty Fellowships, NYU Graduate Fellowship, and Zonta International Amelia Earhart Fellowship Award.

Milanovic has been the Chair of the Mechanical Engineering Technology Department in the Ward College of Technology (WCoT) from 2002-2005 and Mechanical Engineering Department in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) from 2006-2010. She has organized and supervised four successful program accreditations under the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) old and new guidelines. Milanovic was also Co-director of the Connecticut Space Grant College Consortium (CT SG).

Additional Education Background

  • Dissertation: ‘Measurements of Leading Edge Vortices in a Supersonic Stream’
  • Thesis: ‘Hydrodynamic Stability of Compressible High Temperature Free Shear Flows’
  • Thesis: ‘Heat Transfer through Walls of Rooms on Buildings’ Corners and Heat Storage Effects’

Watch this keynote talk from the COMSOL Conference 2018 Boston, featuring Ivana Milanovic of the University of Hartford. Milanovic discusses improving student learning in STEM courses with an approach that incorporates simulation and applications. Learn more.

Experience

Academic Positions

  • Professor, University of Hartford, CT 2012-Present
  • Associate Professor, University of Hartford, CT 2006-2012
  • Assistant Professor, University of Hartford, CT 2001-2006
  • Lecturer, Columbia University, NY 2000
  • Adjunct Instructor, New York University 1999
  • Graduate Fellow, New York University 1995-1999
  • Assistant Professor, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia 1991-1995

Administrative Positions

  • Chair, Mechanical Engineering Department, CETA 2006-2010
  • Co-Director, Connecticut Space Grant Consortium 2005-2007
  • Program Director, Mechanical Engineering Technology Program 2005-2010
  • Chair, Mechanical Engineering Technology Department, WCoT 2002-2005

Industry Positions

  • UTRC, Thermo-Fluids Group, Visiting Scientist 2013-2014
    • Embedded Engine, Sponsored by NASA
  • UTRC, Thermo-Fluids Group, Visiting Scientist 2013
    • Compressor Transition Duct, Sponsored by P&W
  • UTRC, Thermo-Fluids Group, Visiting Scientist 2012
  • Institute of Transportation CIP, HVAC Engineer 1989-1991

 

Memberships

 

Professional Service

  • ASME Fluid Mechanics Technical Committee, Member
  • ASME FLUIDS ENGINEERING SUMMER MEETING 2017, Waikoloa, Hawaii
    • Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid
    • MechanicsSymposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting 2016, Washington, DC
    • 19th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 9th Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting 2015, Seoul, Korea
    • 17th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 4th Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME 4th Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting 2014, Chicago, Illinois
    • 15th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 7th Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting 2014, Chicago, USA
    • 15th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 7th Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting 2013, Incline Village, Nevada
    • 13th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 6th Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting 2012, Puerto Rico, USA
    • 11th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 5th Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting 2011, Hamamatsu, Japan
    • 9th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 4th Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME 3rd Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting 2010, Montreal, CA
    • 7th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
  • ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting 2009, Vail, CO
    • 5th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 2nd Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • 6th Joint ASME/JSME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting 2008, Jacksonville, FL
    • 4th Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 1st Symposium on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • 5th Joint ASME/JSME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting 2007, San Diego, CA
    • 3rd Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 7th Forum on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting & International Conference on Nuclear Engineering 2006, Miami, FL
    • 2nd Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • 6th Forum on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME FEDSM 2005, Houston, TX
    • Symposium on Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics
    • Forum on the Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME FEDSM 2004, Charlotte, NC
    • Forum on the Fluid Mechanics of Mixing Phenomena IV: Fundamentals and Industrial Applications
  • ASME FEDSM 2003, Honolulu, HI
    • The first Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting (FEDSM) Poster Session
  • Topic Co-chair
    • ASME FEDSM 2006: 1-1 Internal Flows
    • ASME FEDSM 2006: 2-1 Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • Session Chair
    • ASME FEDSM 2005: 3-1 Micro and Bio-Medical Flows
  • Session Co-Chair
  • ASME FEDSM 2005: 24-1 Transport Phenomena in Mixing
  • ASME HT-FED2004:
    • 1-3-1 Measurements in coupled Fluid Flow & Heat/Mass Transfer Processes – I
  • REMOO ENERGY 2017,
    • The 7th International ENERGY Conference & Workshop, 10-12 May 2017, Venice, Italy.
    • Programme & Scientific Committee, Member.
  • REMOO ENERGY 2018,
    • The 8th International ENERGY Conference & Workshop, 29-31 May 2018, Venice, Italy.
    • Programme & Scientific Committee, Member.Review Activity
Journals
Computers and Fluids
International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow
The Aeronautical Journal, Royal Aeronautical Society
Journal of Natural Gas Science & Engineering
American Journal of Engineering Education
ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering

Conferences

  • ASME International Gas Turbine Institute: Turbo Expo, 2013
  • ASEE Northeast Section Annual Conference, 2011-present
  • Turkey’s Vision 2023: International Eng. Edu. Conference, IEEC, 2010    
  • ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting (FDSM), 2003-present

Panels

  • Air Force Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (AF SFFP), 2013
  • National Science Foundation (NSF), 2010-present

Editor

  • Japanese Journal of Fluid Science and Technology (JFST), Special issue on ‘Fluid Mixing and Transport Phenomena,’ Co-Editor and Reviewer

Service

University

  • Committee for Improving UG Learning, Member 2017
  • CS/MDW Search Committee, Member, 2016-present
  • Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation (CTEI)
  • Faculty Advisory Committee, Member, 2016-present
  • IT Strategic Plan Solution Team, Goal VI: Research & Knowledge Creation, 2016
  • Sabbatical Committee, Chair, 2015-present
  • Faculty Affairs Committee, Member, 2013-present
  • Protocol Committee, Member
    • University High School of Science and Engineering (UHSSE), 2007-present
  • Faculty Senate Grievance Committee, Member, 2013-2016
  • Ribicoff Endowed Professorship Screening Committee, Chair, Spring 2016
  • Promotion &Tenure Appeals Committee, Member, Spring 2016
  • CETA – Health Sciences Programming Group, Spring 2016
  • Implementation Team for Goal I, Spring 2014
  • Solution Team 1, Member, Fall 2013
  • Faculty Evaluation Task Force, Fall 2013
  • University High School of Science and Engineering (UHSSE) 2007-present
    • Protocol Committee, Member
  • Faculty Affairs, Member 2013-present
  • Grievance Committee, Member 2013-present
  • Innovations in Teaching & Learning Committee Spring 2013
  • Ribicoff Endowed Professorship Screening Committee Spring 2013
  • University of Hartford Budget Advisory Team, Member 2007-2012
  • University Sabbatical Committee, Member 2010-2011
  • Senate Faculty Affairs, Member 2009-2010
  • Start-of-the-year, Member 2009-2010
  • Engaged Learning Fellowship Committee, Member 2009-2010
  • Greenberg Committee, Member 2009-2010
  • Selection Review Committee for the Sustainability Grants, Member 2008-2009
  • Blue Sheet Web Testing Committee, Member 2008-2009
  • Faculty Senate Committee, Constitution, Member 2007-2008
  • Educational Technology Grant, Member 2007-2008
  • Co-Director, Connecticut Space Grant Consortium 2005-2007
  • University Scholar Committee, Chair 2005-2006
  • Faculty Senate, Member 2002-2006

 

College

College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA)

  • Promotion & Tenure Committee, 2014-2015
  • Distance Learning Committee, Member 2012-2013
  • Chair, Mechanical Engineering Department 2006-2010
  • Program Director, Mechanical Engineering Program 2006-2010
  • Program Director, Mechanical Engineering Technology Program 2005-2010
  • Leadership Team, Member 2005-2010
  • Dean’s Search Committee, Member 2004-2005
  • Promotion & Tenure Merger Committee, Member 2003-2004
  • Commencement Merger Committee, Member 2003-2004

Ward College of Technology (WCOT)

  • Chair, Mechanical and Audio Engineering Technology Department 2002-2005
  • Program Director, Mechanical Engineering Technology Program 2002-2010
  • Leadership Team, Member 2003-2005
  • Faculty (ECT) Search Committee, Member 2005
  • Curriculum Committee, Member 2001-2004
  • Ad Hoc Committee on Student Evaluations, Chair 2002-2003
  • Chief Marshal, Spring Commencement
  • Commencement Marshal, Winter Commencement

 

Department

  • Graduate Academic Standards & Policies Committee, ME Member, 2014-present
  • ME Faculty Search Committee, Member 2013-2014
  • ASME, Student Advisor 2009-2010
  • ME Faculty Search Committee, Member 2006-2007
  • GASP, ME Member 2006-2007
  • Society of Experimental Mechanics, Student Advisor 2002-2005
  • ME Industrial Advisory Board, Chair 2006-2010
  • MET Industrial Advisory Board, Chair 2001-2005
    • Successfully organized and supervised activities for ABET General Visit
    • ME Program Self-Study, June 2009
    • Acoustical Engineering and Music Program Self-Study, June 2009
    • ME Program Outcome-Based Self-Assessment Plan, January 2008
    • MET Program Self-Study, June 2007
    • MET Program Outcome-Based Self-Assessment Plan, August 2006
    • Program Report: MET, Bachelor of Science Program, June 2005
    • Response to Program Evaluation: MET, 2003-2004

Research, Awards, Fellowships, Honors, and Grants

Research Interests and Projects

  • Vortical flows
  • Computational fluid dynamics
  • Multiphysics modeling
  • Collaborative Learning strategies

Awards, Fellowships and Honors

  • NASA GLENN FACULTY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM 2017
  • The Women’s Advancement Initiative Faculty Fellowship, University of Hartford, 2016
  • Connecticut Academy of Science & Engineering, 2014
  • The James E. and Frances W. Bent award for Scholarly Creativity, 2014
  • Elected Member, Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering 2014
  • Certificate of Reviewing Excellence, 2013
    • Elsevier & the Editors of J. Natural Gas Science and Engineering
  • Certificate of Recognition for Research Contributions 2011
  • NASA GRC with OAI
  • NASA Faculty Fellowship 2011 at Glenn Research Center 2011
  • NASA Fellowship Award, 2011, 2010
  • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace and Fellowship Program
  • Certificate of Recognition for Research Contributions 2010
  • NASA GRC with OAI
  • NASA Faculty Fellowship 2010 at Glenn Research Center 2010
  • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace and Fellowship Program
  • Award for Innovations in Teaching and Learning, 2009
  • University of Hartford Engaged Learning Fellow Award, 2009
  • Connecticut Women of Innovation Award, Finalist 2007
  • Connecticut Technology Council's 2007 Women of Innovation Awards, Finalist 2006
  • Promotion and Tenure, 2006
  • Connecticut Technology Council
  • Outstanding Teacher Award 2004
  • University of Hartford
  • NASA Faculty Fellowship 2003 at Glenn Research Center 2003
  • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace and Fellowship Program
  • NASA Faculty Fellowship 2002 at Glenn Research Center 2002
  • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace and Fellowship Program
  • NASA Faculty Fellowship 2001 at Glenn Research Center 2001
  • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace and Fellowship Program
  • Graduate Fellowship 1995-1999
  • Polytechnic Institute of New York University, Doctoral Degree
  • Amelia Earhart Fellowship 1998-1999, Zonta International

Grants and Funding Activity

  • Connecticut Space Grant College (CT SG) Consortium
    • Faculty Research Grant, PI, $10,000, AY 2017-2018
  • University of Hartford grants AY 2017-2018
    • Inaugural Harrison Faculty Development Grant, PI, $8,000
    • CETA Faculty/Student Engagement Grant, PI, $3,000
  • Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC), AY 2017-2018
    • Conformal Battery Project for Hybrid Projectiles, Subcontract: Custom Electronics,  ($35,000), Co-PI, Funded
    • Hybrid Projectile Development, Subcontract: Keystone Automation, ($20,000), Co-PI, Funded
  • NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER (GRC)
    • Faculty Fellowship Award, $16,000, 2017
  • University of Hartford grants AY 2016-2017
    • CETA Research Grant, co-PI, $3,000
    • High Impact Practices: Transforming the UG Experience, co-PI, $ 6,000
      • Using the NAE Grand Challenges to Implement the HIP of Collaborative Learning
  • Advanced Technology International (ATI) 2016-2018
    • Development of Prototype Gun-Launched Hybrid Projectiles, co-PI, $ 1,890,476
  • University of Hartford grants AY 2015-2016
    • High Impact Practices: Transforming the UG Experience, co-PI, $ 5,450
      • Improving Student Readiness for IBL Using Simulation Based Design
    • Educational Technology Grant, PI, $5,000
    • CETA Faculty/Student Engagement Grant, PI, $3,000
  • Connecticut Space Grant College (CT SG) Consortium
    • Faculty Research Grant, PI, $20,000, AY 2014-2015
  • University of Hartford grants AY 2014-2015
    • Educational Technology Grant, PI, $5,000
    • CETA Faculty/Student Engagement Grant, PI, $3,000
    • CETA Faculty/Student Engagement Grant, co-PI, $3,000
    • Dorothy Goodwin Academic Year Scholar, co-PI, $3,000
    • Vincent B. Coffin Grant, $2,500
  • OFS Summer 2014
    • Graduate Student Support, $5,000
  • University of Hartford grants AY 2013-2014
    • Coffin Grant, $2,500
    • Dorothy Goodwin Academic Year Scholar, co-PI, $3,000
    • Connecticut Space Grant College (CT SG) Consortium
      • Faculty Research Grant, $20,000
    • CONNECTICUT SPACE GRANT COLLEGE (CT SG) CONSORTIUM
      • Faculty Research Grant, PI, $16,000, AY 2011-2012
    • UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD GRANTS AY 2011-2012
      • Faculty-Student Partnership, co-PI, $5,500
    • ARMAMENT RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING CENTER (ARDEC)
      • 60 mm Hybrid Projectiles (UAV), $3,000, Spring 2011
      • 60 mm Hybrid Projectiles (UAV), $2,000, Summer 2011
      • 60 mm Hybrid Projectiles (UAV), $3,000, Fall 2011
      • 60 mm Hybrid Projectiles (UAV), $3,000, Spring 2012
      • 60 mm Hybrid Projectiles (UAV), $3,000, Summer 2012
    • UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD GRANTS AY 2010-2011
      • Educational Technology Grant, PI, $5,000
      • Dorothy Goodwin Summer Research Scholar, co-PI, $5,500
      • WELFund, PI, $10,000
    • NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER (GRC)
      • Faculty Fellowship Award, $15,000, 2011
      • Faculty Fellowship Award, $16,000, 2010
    • UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD GRANTS, AY 2008-2009
      • Educational Technology Grant, $5,000
      • TREC, Digital Engineering Center of Excellence, Co-PI, $22,000
      • WELFund, Leading Change in Engineering Departments, Co-PI, $7,847
    • WORLD BANK
      • Engineering Education in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Co-PI, $ 1,229,171, 2008
    • CT SG CONSORTIUM, CO-PI, 2007
      • ESMD, NASA, $ 40,000
      • CT SG – Year 1 Augmentation, NASA, $ 161,182
      • CT SG – Year 2 Augmentation, NASA, $ 229,203
    • CT SG CONSORTIUM, CO-PI, $ 875,496; 2006
      • CT SG Recompete
      • Exploration Systems Mission Directorate Higher Education
    • CONNECTICUT CENTER FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES (CCAT)
      • $ 1,000, Winter 2008
      • $ 6,000, Summer 2007
      • $ 6,000, Summer 2006
    • UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD GRANTS AY 2004-2005
      • Coffin Summer Stipend, $2,500
    • UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD GRANTS AY 2002-2003
      • Vincent B. Coffin Grant, $2,500
      • FCLD Technology Innovation Program, $3,000
    • CT SG COLLEGE CONSORTIUM GRANTS
      • Travel Grant, $ 1,000, 2004-2005
      • Travel Grant, $ 500, 2003-2004
      • Travel Grant, $ 800, 2002-2003
      • Travel Grant, $ 500, 2001-2002
      • Travel Grant, $ 1,000, 2001-2002
      • NASA EPSCoR Grant, PI, $ 10,000, 2003
      • NASA EPSCoR Grant, PI, $ 10,000, 2002
      • Faculty Research Grant, PI, $ 6,000, 2001-2002
    • NASA GRC
      • Faculty Fellowship Award, $ 13,200, 2003
      • Faculty Fellowship Award, $ 13,200, 2002
      • Faculty Fellowship Award, $ 10,000, 2001
    • UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD AY 2001-2002 GRANTS:
      • Greenberg Junior Faculty Research Grant, $ 7,500

Publications and Videos

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Milanovic, I., Eppes, T. A., & Sweitzer, F. (2018). Improving Student Readiness for Inquiry-Based Learning.  Submittal.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. & Wright, K.  (2017). Applications and App Building in Hybrid Courses. Int. J. Online Eng., 7(2), 24-28.

  • Ilumoka, A., Milanovic, I., & Grant N. (2017). An Effective Industry-Driven Mentoring Approach to the Recruitment of Women and Minorities in Engineering. Accepted for publication in J. STEM.

  • Eppes, T. A., & Milanovic, I. (2016)]. Development of Hybrid Courses by Applying Best Practices from the Online Environment, Academic J. Sci., 6 (1), 469-480.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., and DiPanfilo, M. (2014). Coil-based Microphone Modeling and Analysis. Microphone, Academic J. Sci., 3 (2), 1-10.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & Malik, S. (2013). Vibrational Response of a Gong. Int. J. Arts Sci., 6 (3), 199-212.

  • Milanovic, I., Zaman K. B. Q. Z., & Bencic, T. (2012). Unsteady Wake Vortices in Jets in Cross-Flow. J. Visual. 15(1), 44-55.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & DiPanfilo, M. (2012). Resonance Modes in an Acoustic Guitar. Academic  J. Sci.,1 (2).

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & Sweitzer. F. (2012). Towards Liberal Education Assessment in Engineering and Technology. J. Coll. Teach. Learn.,9 (3).

  • Zaman, K. B. M. Q., Milanovic, I. (2012). Control of a jet-in-cross-flow by periodically oscillating tabs. Phys. Fluid., 24 (5).

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & Sweitzer, F. (2012). Strengthening Capstone Skills in STEM Programs. Innovat. High. Educ., 37(1), 3-10.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & Quarshie, G. (2012). Finite Element Modeling of a Transistor Heat Sink. Am. J. Eng. Tech. Research. 12 (1), 69-77.

  • Hammad, K. J., & Milanovic, I. (2011). Flow Structure in the Near-Wall Region of a Submerged Impinging Jet. J. Fluid. Eng., 133(9).

  • Eppes, T. A., & Milanovic, I. (2011). Capstone Design Project Course Pathways. Am. J. Eng. Educ.,2(1), 35-42.

  • Milanovic, I., Eppes, T. A., & Russell, I. (2011). Engineering Multiphysics Research. Int. J. Online Eng., 7(2), 24-28.

  • Milanovic, I., Eppes, T. A., Girouard, J., & Townsend, L. (2010). Retention-Oriented Curricular Design.  J. Coll. Teach. Learn., 7(11), 41-46.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & Sanborn, J. (2010). Faculty Gender Balance: Best Practices for Undergraduate Institutions. Int. J. Gender Sci. Tech., 2(3), 453-463.

  • Milanovic, I. M., Eppes, T. A., & Sweitzer, F. (2010). Progressive Curricular Structure for STEM Programs. Int. J. Arts Sci., 3(14), 118-126.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. M., & Shetty, D. (2009). Laser Percussion Drilling Modeling Utility. J. Laser Appl., 21(2), 102-109.

  • C. L. Rumsey, Schaeffler, N. W., Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2007). Time-accurate Computations of Isolated Circular Synthetic Jets in Crossflow. Computers & Fluids,36(6), 1092-1105; ALSO PUBLISHED AS NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20070038336

  • Wang, F. Y., Milanovic, I. M., Zaman, K. B. M. Q., & Povinelli, L. A. (2005). A Quantitative Comparison of Delta Wing Vortices in the Near-Wake for Incompressible and Supersonic Free-Streams. J. Fluid. Eng., 127, 1071-1084.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2005). Synthetic Jets in Cross-Flow. AIAA J.43(5), 929-940.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2004). Fluid Dynamics of Highly Pitched and Yawed Jets in Crossflow. AIAA J.42(5), 874-882.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Wang, F. Y. (2002). Experimental Studies on Compressible Leading-Edge Vortices.  Aero. Sci. Tech.6(6), 383-394.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Kalkhoran, I. M. (2002). Measurements of Leading Edge Vortices on a 75 Degree Delta Platform Wing at M = 2.5.  Aeronaut. J., 106(1055), 39-49.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Kalkhoran, I. M. (2001). Near-Wake Measurements of a Delta Wing in a Supersonic Stream. J. Aircraft38(2), 315-325.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Kalkhoran, I. M. (2000). Numerical Calibration of a Conical Five-Hole Probe for Supersonic Measurements. J. Measurement Sci. Tech.11(12), 1812 - 1818.

NASA Technical Reports

  • Resonance & Tones in Multi-Stream Nozzle Flows, Ivana Milanovic

  • NASA GLENN FACULTY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM, 2017

  • Effect of Artificial Perturbations on Unsteady Wake Vortices in a Jet in Cross-Flow, Ivana Milanovic

    • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace Research and Fellowship Program, 2011

    • NASA TECHNICAL REPORT

  • Wake Vortices in Jet in Cross-Flow, Ivana Milanovic

    • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace Research and Fellowship Program, 2010

    • NASA TECHNICAL REPORT

  • An Experimental Study of Synthetic Jets from Rectangular Orifices, Ivana Milanovic

    • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace Research and Fellowship Program, 2003

    • NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20040151767

  • Synthetic Jets, Ivana Milanovic

    • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace Research and Fellowship Program, 2002

    • NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20040000971

  • Pitched and Yawed Circular Jets in Cross-Flow, Ivana Milanovic

    • NASA-OAI Collaborative Aerospace Research and Fellowship Program, 2001

    • NASA TECHNICAL REPORT

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings and Papers

  • Wright, K., Milanovic, I., & Eppes, T. (2018). Implementing Collaborative Projects Using a National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenge: Provide Access to Clean Water. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2018.

  • Milanovic, I., Zaman, K. & Miller, C. (2018). Resonance and Tones in Dual-Stream Nozzles Induced by Vortex Shedding from Struts. AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition (AIAA AVIATION 2018), Atlanta, GA.

  • Zaman, K., Milanovic, I. Fagan, A. F. & Miller, C. (2018). Experimental and Computational Study of Tones Occurring with a Coaxial Nozzle. AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition (AIAA AVIATION 2018), Atlanta, GA.

  • Eppes, T. A., & Milanovic, I. M., (2017). Application Building in Engineering Courses. Proceedings of 2017 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON). 78-85. Athens, Greece.

  • Parra-Santos, T., Molina-Jordá, J. M., Milanovic, I., Casanova, G., Luna-Sandoval, G., (2016). SOCRATIVE as a Tool for Diagnosis and Evaluation in the Learning Process. Proceedings of VIII Congreso Internacional Latina de Comunicacion Social. Del verbo al bit. Capítulo 6. pp 130-139. ISBN-13: 978-84-16458-41-7 / D.L.: TF-905-2016 DOI: 10.4185/cac116.

  • Parra-Santos, T., Molina-Jordá, J. M., Luna-Sandoval, G., Milanovic, I. (2016). CFD Learning for Engineering Students at Undergraduate Level. Proceedings of Experimental Fluid Mechanics 2016 EFM16. 567-570. Marianske Lazne, Czech Republic.

  • Milanovic, I., & Eppes, T. A., (2016). Application Building in Undergraduate Courses with a Simulation Component, Proceedings of ASME 2016 HT/FE/ICNMM Heat Transfer, Fluids Engineering & Nanochannels, Microchannels & Minichannels Conference. Paper AJK2016-7844. Washington, DC.

  • Eppes, T. A., & Milanovic, I., (2016). Applying Best Practices from the Online Environment to Face-to-Face Courses. Proceedings of Euro-Amer. Conf. J. Arts & Sci.

  • Milanovic, I., & Eppes, T. A., (2015). Improving Student Readiness for Inquiry-Based Learning, Proceedings of ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference. Paper AJK2015-01648. Seoul, Korea.

  • Eppes, T. A., & Milanovic, I., (2015). Forging a Sustainable Student Research Initiative. ASEE Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2015-11176. Seattle, Washington.

  • Milanovic, I., Whiton, J., Florea, R., Lynch, S., Tillman, G., Hardin, L.W., and Stucky, M. (2014). RANS Simulations for Sensitivity Analysis of Compressor Transition Duct. (Submittal to AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum and Exposition 2014)

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., and DiPanfilo, M. (2014). Coil-based Microphone Modeling and Analysis, (2014). Microphone, Proceedings ofEuro-Amer. Conf. J. Arts & Sci.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., and Malik S. (2013). Vibrational Response of a Gong, Proceedings ofEuro-Amer. Conf. J. Arts & Sci.

  • Medic, G., Joo, J., Milanovic, I., & Sharma, O. (2013). Large-Eddy Simulation for Turbine Heat Transfer. Proceedings of ASME Turbo Expo 2013: Power for Land, Sea and Air. Paper GT2013-95841. San Antonio, TX.

  • Hammad, K. J., Milanovic, I., & Al-Masoud, N. (2013). Characteristics of a Confined Annular Jet Flow Field. Proceedings of ASEE-NE Section Annual Conference. Northfield, VT.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & Patlola, H. (2012). Early Stage Melt Ejection in Percussion Laser Drilling, Proceedings of COMSOL Annual Conference. Boston, MA.

  • Milanovic, I., & Zaman K. B. Q. M. Z. (2012). Effect of Artificial Perturbations on Wake Vortices in a Jet in Cross-Flow. Paper FEDSM2012-72013. Puerto Rico. USA.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. & DiPanfilo, M., (2012), ‘Resonance Modes in an Acoustic Guitar,’ Proceedings ofEuro-Amer. Conf. J. Arts & Sci., Aix en Provence, FR.

  • Dautova, L. S., Milanovic, I., & Hammad, K. J. (2012). CFD Study of the Effect of Jet Placement on Flow Patterns inside a Jet Stirred Tank. Proceedings of ASEE-NE Section Annual Conference.Lowell, MA; ALSO PUBLISHED AS:

  • Dautova, L. S., Milanovic, I., & Hammad, K. J. (2012). Experimentally Validated CFD Model of a Turbulent Jet Stirred Tank. In M. Kshirsagar, B. Patil, U. Gawande, L. Manzione, D. Shetty, & T. Eppes (Eds.),  Proceedings of international Conference on Innovation and Trends in Applied Computing.(pp. 7-13). Nagpur, Maharashtra, India.

  • [Invited] Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., Shetty, D., & Daly, J. (2012). Characterization of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Wing Design. In M. Kshirsagar, B. Patil, U. Gawande, L. Manzione, D. Shetty, & T. Eppes (Eds.), Proceedings of international Conference on Innovation and Trends in Applied Computing. (pp. 3-6).Nagpur, Maharashtra, India.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & Quarshie, G. (2011). Power Transistor Heat Sink Design Trade-Offs. Proceedings of COMSOL Annual Conference. Boston, MA.

  • Eppes, T., Milanovic, I. & Thiruvengadam, S. (2011). Patch Antenna Model for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. Proceedings of COMSOL Annual Conference. Newton, MA.

  • Milanovic, I., Zaman K. B.Q.Z., & Bencic, T. (2011). Wake Vortices in Jets in Cross-Flow. Proceedings of ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference. Paper AJK2011-FED 2011-21021. Hamamatsu, Japan.

  • Hammad, K. J., & Milanovic, I. (2011). Effect of Reynolds Number on the Turbulent Flow Structure in the Near-Wall Region of an Impinging Round Jet. Proceedings of ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference. Paper AJK2011-FED 2011-16010. Hamamatsu, Japan.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & Sweitzer., F. (2011). Outcome Assessment of Liberal Education Skills. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2011-118. Vancouver, CA.

  • Khan, F., Milanovic, I., & Hammad, K. J. (2011). CFD Modeling of Submerged Impinging Jets with Various Separation Distances. Proceedings of ASEE-NE Section Annual Conference. West Hartford, CT.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I., & Russell, I. (2011). Multiphysics Modeling with High Priority Research Applications. Proceedings of Global Engineering Education Conference ( EDUCON), 59-64. doi: 10.1109/EDUCON.2011.5773113

  • Hammad, K. J., & Milanovic, I. M. (2010). Effect of Asymmetric Jet Placement on Turbulent Flow Structure Inside a Jet-Stirred Reactor. Proceedings of ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition. Paper IMECE10 2010-39738. Vancouver, CA.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Hammad, K. J. (2010). PIV Study of the Near-Field Region of a Turbulent Round Jet. Proceedings of ASME 3rd Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, 1, 1353-1361. doi:10.1115/FEDSM-ICNMM2010-31139

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Eppes, T. A. (2010). Towards More Efficient Practices and Methods for ABET Accreditation. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2010-326. Louisville, KY.

  • Richards, B., amp; Milanovic, I. M. (2010). Partnership Between Engineering and Professional Writing. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2010-445. Louisville, KY.

  • Milanovic, I. M., Eppes, T. A., & Sweitzer, F. (2010). Progressive Curricular Structure for STEM Programs. Proceedings of the Int. J. Arts Sci. Conference. Toronto, Canada.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. M., & Sanborn, J. (2010). Achieving and Sustaining Gender Balance in an Undergraduate Teaching Institution. Proceedings of Education Engineering (EDUCON), 845-851. doi: 10.1109/EDUCON.2010.5492488

  • Hammad, K. J., & Milanovic, I. M. (2009). A Time-Resolved PIV Study of Vortical Structures in the Near-Wall Region of an Impinging Round Jet. Proceedings of ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 9, 371-381. doi:10.1115/IMECE2009-13076

  • Hammad, K. J., & Milanovic, I. M. (2009). Flow Structure within a Jet-Stirred Cylindrical Vessel. Proceedings of AIChE Annual Conference. Paper AIChE 2009-17054.

  • Hammad, K. J., & Milanovic, I. M. (2009). Flow Structure in the Near-Wall Region of a Submerged Impinging Jet. Proceedings of ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, 1, 1445-1455. doi:10.1115/FEDSM2009-78318

  • Hammad, K. J., & Milanovic, I. M. (2009). A POD Study of an Impinging Jet Flowfield. Proceedings of ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, 1, 1477-1485. doi:10.1115/FEDSM2009-78398

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Eppes, T. A. (2009). Senior Design Projects for Engineering Technology: Issues, Benefits, and Trade-offs. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2009-30. Austin, TX.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. M., & Girouard, J. (2009). Creating Value-Oriented Curricular Models. Proceedings of the Int. J. Arts Sci. Conference. Paper MAL133-EPP. Gozo, Malta.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Eppes, T. A. (2008). Modular, Adaptable, and Reusable Approach to Thermal-Fluids Outwitting the Norms (MARATHON). Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2008-440. Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. M., & Girouard, J. (2008). An Integrative Approach to Undergraduate and Graduate Change. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2008-446. Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. M., Shetty, D., & Bouffard A. (2008). Modeling Utility for Percussion Laser Drilling – Experiment vs. Theory. Proceedings of 3rd Pacific International Conference on Applications of Lasers and Optics (PICALO), 357-362.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. M., Shetty, D., & Bornas, J. (2007). Enhanced Percussion Laser Drilling Modeling Utility. Proceedings of 26th International Congress on Applications of Lasers and Electro-Optics (ICALEO). Paper ICALEO-2007-1204.

  • Desplaces, D. E., Wergeles, F., Eppes, T. A., & Milanovic, I. M. (2007). Road Map to Creating a Laser Technology Center of Excellence in Connecticut: Assessment and Recommendations of the Curriculum. Proceedings of United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Annual Conference (USASBE). Paper USASBE-1392007-10056.

  • Girouard, J., Milanovic, I. M., & Eppes, T. A. (2007). Creating Flexible and Distinct Engineering Technology Programs. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2007-81. Oahu, HI.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. M., Shetty, D., & Bornas, J. (2006). Drilling Routine for Estimating, Analyzing and Modeling of Laser Processing. Proceedings of 25th International Congress on Applications of Lasers and Electro-Optics (ICALEO). Paper ICALEO-2006-309.

  • Girouard, J., Milanovic, I. M., Segal, N., & Townsend, L. (2006). Retention Strategies in Smaller Technology Majors. Proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference. Paper ASEE-2006-581. Chicago, IL.

  • Rumsey, C. L., Schaeffler, N. W., Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2005). Time-Accurate Computations of Isolated Circular Synthetic Jets in Crossflow. Proceedings of 35th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference. Paper AIAA-2005-5016. Toronto, Canada; ALSO PUBLISHED AS NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20050185527

  • Milanovic, I. M., Zaman, K. B. M. Q., & Rumsey, C. L. (2005). An Isolated Circular Synthetic Jet in Cross-Flow at Low Momentum-Flux Ratio. Proceedings of 43rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit. Paper AIAA-2005-1110. Reno, NV; ALSO PUBLISHED AS NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20050060619

  • Welch, G. E., Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2005). Application of Harmonic Balance Technique to Synthetic Jets in Cross-Flow. Proceedings of 43rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit. Paper AIAA-2005-1111.Reno, NV.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2004). An Experimental Study of Synthetic Jets from Rectangular Orifices. Proceedings of ASME Heat Transfer/Fluids Engineering Summer Conference, 4, 891-901. doi:10.1115/HT-FED2004-56825; ALSO PUBLISHED AS NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20040112051

  • Zaman, K. B. M. Q., & Milanovic, I. M. (2003). Synthetic Jets in Cross-Flow. Part I: Round Jet. Proceedings of 33rd AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference. AIAA Paper 03-3714. Orlando, FL.; ALSO PUBLISHED AS NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20040003799

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2003). Synthetic Jets in Cross-Flow. Part II: Jets from Orifices of Different Geometry. Proceedings of 33rd Fluid Dynamics Conference. AIAA Paper 03-3715. Orlando, FL.; ALSO PUBLISHED AS NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20030107534

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2003). Highly Inclined Jets in Cross Flow. Proceedings of 41stAIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit. Paper AIAA-2003-0183. Reno, NV.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2002). Pitched and Yawed Circular Jets in Cross-Flow. Proceedings of ASME Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Conference, 1, 1239-1246. doi:10.1115/FEDSM2002-31093; ALSO PUBLISHED AS NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20020079878

  • Wang, F. Y., Milanovic, I. M., & Zaman, K. B. M. Q. (2002). A Quantitative Comparison of Leading-Edge Vortices in Incompressible and Supersonic Flows. Proceedings of 40th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Paper AIAA-2002-0557. Reno, NV; ALSO PUBLISHED AS NASA TECHNICAL REPORT ID: 20020027538

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Wang, F. Y. (2001). Experimental Studies on Compressible Leading-Edge Vortices. Proceedings of ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, Forum on Supersonic Flows and Shock Waves, Paper FEDSM 2001-18117.

  • Milanovic, I. M., & Kalkhoran, I. M. (2000). Measurements of Leading Edge Vortices in a Supersonic Stream. Proceedings of 18th AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Conference, Collection of Technical Papers, 1 (A00-39837 10-02), Paper AIAA 2000-4002. Denver, CO.

Application Software Releases

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. M., Shetty, D., & Bouffard, A. (2008). Beta release of DREAM software. CCAT Laser Applications Grant, Co-developed an enhanced version of the computer utility described below for estimating, analyzing and modeling percussion laser drilling of aerospace alloys.

  • Eppes, T. A., Milanovic, I. M., Shetty, D., & Bornas, J. (2007). Alpha release of DREAM software. CCAT Laser Applications Grant, Co-developed a computer utility for estimating, analyzing and modeling percussion laser drilling of aerospace alloys.

Invited Seminars and Talks

  • STEM Education: Enhance Student Learning with Simulations Apps, COMSOL & Engineering.com Webinar, May 2018.

  • OER 101: The Basics and Benefits of Open Educational Resources, University of Hartford, November 2017.

  • Resonance & Tones in Multi-Stream Nozzle Flows, ASME Student Chapter. University of Hartford, November 2017.

  • Multiphysics Simulation IEEE Spectrum Insert 2017, Simulation Apps Bring STEM to Life

  • Resonance & Tones in Multi-Stream Nozzle Flows, Inlets & Nozzles Branch, NASA GRC, Cleveland, OH, August 2017.

  • Resonance & Tones in Multi-Stream Nozzle Flows, Transformational Tools and Technology (TTT) & Commercial Supersonic Technology (CST) Project, NASA GRC, Cleveland, OH, August 2017.

  • Turbomachinery Research Laboratory, CETA Board of Visitors, May 2017.

  • Simulations: From Research to Classroom, Women’s Advancement Initiative Symposium, April 2017.

  • Using the NAE Grand Challenges to Implement the HIP of Collaborative Learning, Goal 1 Grant: Lessons Learned, March 2017.

  • IBL & Application Building in Undergraduate Courses with a Simulation Component, Goal 1 Grant: Lessons Learned, March 2017.

  • Simulations & Applications UG Courses. EMERGING TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE, November 2016.

  • Design of Modern Engineering Course, CETA Lunch & Learn Series, November 2016.

  • Application Building in UG Courses with a Simulation Component. FACULTY SHOWCASE: Celebrating the Achievements of Our Faculty in Teaching, Scholarship and Service, October 2016.

  • Design of Modern Engineering Course, CETA Lunch & Learn Series, November 2016.

  • Design of Modern Thermo-Fluids Course, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC, July 2016.

  • Improving Student Readiness for Inquiry-Based Learning Using Simulation-Based Design, University of Hartford Curriculum Festival, May 2016.

  • Interview for STN Channel 2 News, April 2016.

  • Tips & Tricks from Experienced Online Instructors, University of Hartford, March 2016

  • Developing Turbomachinery Research Laboratory, CETA Board of Visitors, February 2015

  • History of Fluid Mechanics for STEM-C, University of Hartford, March 2015.

  • Hawktober 2014, The University of Hartford at the Cutting Edge, A review of some of the most interesting research going on at the University; Sponsored by the Presidents' College, October 2014.

  • 'Engineering 101', Mad About Science Summer Camp, July 2014

  • Interview for Beyond the Classroom, WWUH Radio, June 2014

  • ‘Collaborative Assignments & Projects,’ May 2014

    • Strategic Planning Workshop: Developing Criteria for High-Impact Courses

  • Interview for STN Channel 2 News, May 2014

  • ‘Engineering 101,’ Simsbury High School, April 2014

  • Interview for ‘Road to Recovery,’ PRISM 2014

  • Featured Amelia Earhart Fellow, Zonta International

  • Presidents’ Symposium 2013: Exploring Creativity, Fall 2013

  • ‘Unsteady 3D RANS for LSRR Turbine Model,’ 

    • Pratt & Whitney Review Meeting, West Hartford, October 2013

  • ‘Women in Engineering,’ Simsbury High School, January 2013.

    • ‘Unsteady 3D RANS for LSRR Turbine,’ CETA Program Review for P&W, December 2012.

  • ‘Towards Liberal Education Assessment in Engineering and Technology Programs,’ NEASC 127th Annual Meeting & Conference, December 2012.

  • Complexity in Art Making: Complex Flows,’ Hartford Art School, November 2012

  • ‘Art of Fluid Flow Visualizations,’ Hartford Art School, April 2012

  • ‘Applications and trends in multidisciplinary modeling,’ Optical Fiber Solutions presentation with Dr. Eppes, March 2012.

  • ‘Multidisciplinary modeling capabilities,’ Emhart Glass presentation with Dr. Eppes, February 2012.

  • ‘Vortical Flows,’ United Technologies Research Center, January 2012.

  • ‘The Answer is Blowin’ in the WIND,’ Sponsored by the Office of the Provost ‘Our Best Work: A celebration of Innovation in Teaching and Learning,’ September 2011.

  • ‘Effect of Artificial Perturbations on Unsteady Wake Vortices in a Jet in Cross-Flow,’ NASA GRC RT Division Seminar, Cleveland, OH, August 2011.

  • ‘Women in Engineering,’ Simsbury High School, Sponsored by NSF STEM Grant, February 2011.

  • ‘Progressive Curricular Structure in STEM Programs,’ Sponsored by the Office of the Provost ‘Our Best Work: A celebration of Innovation in Teaching and Learning,’ September 2010.

  • ‘Wake Vortices,’ CETA Board of Visitors, September 2010.

  • ‘A Study of Wake Vortices in a Jet-in-Crossflow,’ NASA GRC RT Division Seminar, Cleveland, OH, August 2010.

  • Graduate School Forum, NASA GRC, Cleveland, OH, August 2010.

  • ‘UH Work in Afghanistan,’ University of Hartford Emeriti Association presentation with Dr. Alnajjar, May 2008.

  • ‘Flex Advantage Plan,’ College of Technology presentation with Dr. Eppes, April 2007.

  • ‘Flex Advantage Plan,’ CETA Board of Visitors presentation with Dr. Eppes, March 2007.

  • ‘CETA work in Afghanistan,’ University of Hartford presentation with Dr. Keshawarz and Dr. Alnajjar, December 2006.

  • ‘ABET,’ CETA presentation with Dr. Eppes, August 2006.

  • ‘CETA Freshmen Student Presentation on International Experience,’ October 2006-2009.

  • ‘Synthetic Jets,’ CT Space Grant Consortium, April 2005.

  • ‘Synthetic Jets,’ CT Space Grant Consortium, April 2004.

  • ‘Women in Engineering and Technology,’ University of Hartford, May, 2005.

  • ‘DREAM: Drilling Routine for Estimating Analyzing and Modeling’ CCAT presentation with Dr. Eppes, East Hartford, CT, 2005

  • ‘Experimental Study of Synthetic Jets,’ Insights in Research and Technology Forum, NASA GRC, July 2003.

  • ‘Experimental Studies of Vortex Dynamics: Delta Wing, Jets in Cross-Flow, Synthetic Jets,’ Insights in Research and Technology Forum, NASA GRC, July 2002.

  • ‘An Overview of Experimental Studies on Compressible Leading-Edge Vortices,’ Turbomachinery & Propulsion Systems Division Seminar, NASA GRC, June 2001.

  • ‘Measurements of Leading Edge Vortices in a Supersonic Stream,’ The Department of Mechanical Engineering Seminar, Columbia University, New York, November 1999.

  • ‘Women in Science and Engineering,’ Keynote Speaker at Zonta International Meetings