Homerton College Research Fellow
Academic Division: Energy, Fluid Mechanics and Turbomachinery
Research group: Energy
Telephone: +44 1223 7 66063
Dr Karthik Depuru-Mohan is a Junior Research Fellow of Homerton College, University of Cambridge. His primary research interests are: aeroacoustics, aerodynamics and turbomachinery. He applies a balanced approach among experiment, computation and theory. As a DLR-DAAD Research Fellow, he is now performing aeroacoustics research at German Aerospace Center, Goettingen.
As a Policy Adviser, he examined the way different countries fund research and innovation, mapped their approaches and drawn out lessons for the UK. He worked on this project as part of developing the evidence base for the Spending Review 2015 at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, UK Government. As a Crighton and Ahuja Fellow, he performed jet noise research at Aeroacoustics Branch, NASA Langley Research Center. As a DAAD Scholar, he performed flow control research at the Institute of Fluid Dynamics and Engineering Acoustics, Technical University of Berlin. He worked for General Electric Company (GE) as a technologist and gained expertise in gas turbine technology, sealing and cooling systems in particular. His work was recognised with GE Patent Awards.
He holds a PhD in Aeroacoustics from the University of Cambridge and an MS in Fluid Mechanics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. He also holds two US patents on gas turbine technology. He has published several research articles in leading international journals and conferences. He has been awarded prestigious fellowships and scholarships including Summer Research Fellowship from Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford; DLR-DAAD Research Fellowship from the Government of Germany; Junior Research Fellowship from Homerton College, University of Cambridge; Summer Research Fellowship from the Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University; David Crighton Fellowship from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge; Cambridge International Scholarship from Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International Trust; Dr Manmohan Singh Scholarship from St John's College, University of Cambridge and DAAD Scholarship from the Government of Germany.