D. Gary HarlowGary Harlow

Position: Professor Emeritus
Education: BA in Mathematics and Physics, Western Kentucky University; MS in Applied Mathematics, Cornell University; PhD in Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes, Cornell University
Research Areas & Interest:

Probability and statistical modeling of failure processes in materials, aluminum alloys, steels, and composites; Stochastic fracture mechanics; Mechanical and system reliability; Applied probability modeling.

Jacob Kazakia

Position: Professor Emeritus
Education: BS & MS in Civil Engineering, Istanbul Technical University 1968; PhD in Applied Mechanics, Lehigh University 1972
Teaching: Mechanics courses; Fluid mechanics & applied mathematics courses.
Research Areas & Interest:

Analytical and numerical modeling of viscous and non-Newtonian fluid flows; Wave phenomena in non-linear solids. 

For more information see: http://www.lehigh.edu/~jyk0/jyk0.html



Donald RockwellDonald Rockwell

Position: Paul B. Reinhold Professor, Emeritus
Education: BS in Mechanical Engineering, Bucknell University; MS and PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Lehigh University
Research Areas & Interest: Flow-structure interactions, including vibrations, noise generation, and unsteady aerodynamics. 

Dr. Rockwell is a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), American Physical Society (APS), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS).  He was appointed an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, elected an Overseas Fellow of Churchill College at Cambridge University, and named the Paul B. Reinhold Professor at Lehigh University. He received the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Fluid Dynamics Award for outstanding contributions to the behavior of gases and liquids and was the first recipient of the Research Leadership Award at Lehigh University, Rossin College of Engineering.

Dr. Rockwell served as Editor and Editor-In-Chief of Experiments in Fluids for 15 years and Associate Editor of Journal of Fluids and Structures, since its founding, for 33 years. He authored (with E. Naudascher) Flow-Induced Vibrations: An Engineering Guide, as well as over 210 journal articles, including Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (2), Journal of Fluid Mechanics (47), AIAA Journal (35), Journal of Fluids and Structures (32), Physics of Fluids (26), and Experiments in Fluids (25). He led sustained research programs for over four decades, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, Office of Naval Research, and Air Force of Scientific Research, and was invited by ONR and AFOSR to organize three international workshops, which led to long term research priorities in the areas of flow-structure interaction and unsteady flows. Dr. Rockwell also directed (jointly with E. Naudascher) the decade-long, internationally-based Volkswagen Foundation program on flow-induced vibrations. 

He has delivered 16 invited plenary lectures and keynote addresses at international conferences including the Mueller Prize lecture (Karlsruhe), International Symposium on Shallow Flows (Delft), Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference (Melbourne), American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Dynamics (two lectures, Atlanta and Tampa), and International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (Marseille).