Ken Badcock is Professor of Computational Aerodynamics and Executive Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Science and Engineering at the University of Liverpool. He was previously Head of the School of Engineering at Liverpool, and held academic positions at Glasgow University. He holds a Mathematics degree from the University of Strathclyde, and a doctorate from Oxford University.
His research interests are in the development of numerical methods for the analysis of aircraft aeroelasticity and flight dynamics, based on large dimension models derived from Computational Fluid Dynamics.
He has been a member of NATO scientific working groups since the late 1990s, was PI for the UK Applied Aerodynamics Consortium, and was on the management board for the UK's national academic supercomputer. He has had long running collaborations with Airbus and BAE SYSTEMS.
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