• Omid Amili received his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Tehran Polytechnic in 2003. Following completing his master's degree and two years of work in the industry, he obtained his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering in wall-bounded turbulence from Monash University, Melbourne, in late 2012. There, he continued his research as a post doctoral researcher in the Laboratory for Turbulence Research in Aerospace and Combustion (LTRAC) for two years where he worked in supersonic jet flows. In late 2015, he joined the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, as a research associate to work in unladen and particle-laden turbulence and biofluid flows. In December 2019, Dr. Amili joined the Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering Department at the University of Toledo as an Assistant Professor. The common theme all along has been the development of hardware and software for flow diagnostics in complex settings. His research interests are primarily in fluid dynamics, particularly in low- and high-speed turbulence in single- and multi-phase states and biological flows.

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