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Bernd  Noack

Bernd NOACK

Directeur de Recherche CNRS
LIMSI-CNRS, UPR 3251
Rue John von Neumann
Campus Universitaire d'Orsay
Bât 508 (Office: Room 113)
F-91405 Orsay cedex, France
Fon: +33-1-6985.8067
Fax: +33-1-6985.8088
Email: Bernd.Noack_AT_LIMSI.fr
Website: http://BerndNoack.com


Visiting Professor
Institute for Turbulence-Noise-Vibration Interactions and Control
Harbin Institute of Technology
Graduate School Shenzhen, Building G, Room 608
HIT Campus, University Town, Xili, 58800 Shenzhen, Guangdon, P.R. China

Instructions for visitors:
  • Airports: Shenzen (SZX).
  • Train stations:
  • Taxi at airport: Take red or blue taxi and show the driver this Chinese note. (Thank you Wendi for your Chinese instructions!) The ride costs 80-100 RMB.
  • Metro: From airport to Metro 5 Stop 'University Town', 1km walk to the hotel (not recommended, takes 1.5 hours).
  • Hotel: Vienna Hotel (Shenzhen, University town). Address: No.1 road, Pingshan (Estate/Village), Xili (Town), Nanshan (District), Shenzhen 518800, Guangdong (State), P.R. China; Fon: +86 755 26723888.


Honorary Professor, Chair of << Turbulence Control >>
Institut für Strömungsmechanik and Technische Akustik (ISTA)
Technische Universität Berlin
Straße des 17 Juni 135 (postal address)
Müller-Breslau-Straße 8 (visitor address)
D-10623 Berlin, Germany

Instructions for visitors:

Professor, Chair of << Flow Modelling and Control >>
Institut für Strömungsmechanik
Technische Universität Braunschweig
Hermann-Blenck-Straße 37, Room 139
D-38108 Braunschweig, Germany
Phone: +49-531-391.94278
Fax: +49-531-391.5952

Instructions for CRC 880 visitors:
  • Airports: Braunschweig, Hannover or Berlin.
  • Train to Braunschweig Hauptbahnhof: See http://www.bahn.de.
  • Bus 436 from Hauptbahnhof to Institute of Fluid Mechanics, direction "Flughafen". The bus stops at "Luftfahrtbundesamt" which is directly at the entrance of the Institute. During daytime, the bus leaves the Hauptbahnhof at "n:26" and "n:56" and takes about 30 minutes. Details: http://www.verkehr-bs.de

Academic background

I am Research Director CNRS at LIMSI-CNRS, Paris-Saclay, France, Visiting Professor at Harbin Institute of Technology, China, Honorary Professor and Chair of << Turbulence Control >> at TU Berlin, Germany, Professor and Chair of << Flow Modelling and Control >> at TU Braunschweig, Germany, and Invited Professor at ENSMA, France. We work on closed-loop turbulence control solutions for transport and energy systems. Born in 1966, I received a degree as diplom physicist from the Georg-August-University, Göttingen, in 1989. I stayed on to receive the physics doctorate in 1992. In the sequel, I had positions at the Max-Planck-Institut für Strömungsforschung, Göttingen, the German Aerospace Center, Göttingen, the Göttingen University, the United Technologies Research Center (East Hartford, CT, USA) and the Berlin Institute of Technology, where I was Professor and Chair of ''Reduced-Order Modelling for Flow Control''. In 2009 I joined the Institute PPRIME, Poitiers, France as Research Director CNRS. I also became Head of the Senior ANR Chair of Excellence ''Closed-Loop Control of Turbulent Shear Flows using Reduced-Order Models (TUCOROM).'

Academic lineage

  • 2007 Adopted member of William K. George Clan originating from Leonhard Euler
  • 1992 Dissertation of Bernd R. Noack under Helmut Eckelmann.
  • 1970 Dissertation of Helmut Eckelmann (Born 12.05.1936 in Göttingen) under Hans Reichardt and Ernst-August M¨ller.
  • 1928 Dissertation of Hans Reichardt (Born 1.03.1901 in Hannover, died 26.11.1977 in Göttingen) under Arnold Euken. Prof. Euken was also the PhD father of Manfred Eigen (1967 Nobel price in chemistry).
  • Arnold Euken's academic lineage continues as follows: 1887 PhD of Euken; 1863 Nernst (1920 Nobel prize in chemistry); 1827 Kohlrausch; 1800 Schweiger; 1783 Hildebrandt; 1768 JF Gmelin; 1742 PF Gmelin; 1722 Mauchardt; 1691 Camerarius Jr; 1663 Camerarius Sr; 1646 Metzger; 1640 Möbius; 1625 Rolfink; 1603 van den Spieghel; 1559 Hieronymus Fabricius; 1547 Fallopio; 1520 Brasavola; 1446 Leoniceno ; 14?? Bonisoli da Lonigo; 1416 da Feltre; 1408 da Verona 1??? Chrysoloras; 1??? Kydones; 1363 Kabasilas; 13?? Palamas; 1315 Metochites; 1??? Bryennios; 1??? Chioniades; 1??? Shams ad-Din Al-Bukhari; 1??? Nasir al-Din al-TusiM 1??? Kamal al Din Ibn Yunus, a famous mathematician and astronomer (950-1009).
  • 1953 Dissertation of Ernst August Müller under Walter Tollmien
  • 1924 Dissertation of Walter Tollmien (Born 13.10.1900 in Berlin; died 25.11.1968 in Göttingen) under Ludwig Prandtl
  • 1900 Dissertation of Ludwig Prandtl (Born 4.02.1875 in Freising, died 15.08.1953 in Göttingen) under August Otto Föppl
  • 1886 Graduation of August Otto Föppl (1) (2) (Born 1854 in Groß-Umstadt, Hessen, died 1924 in Ammerland) under Heinrich Bruns and Felix Klein. The lineage continues with the 1871 PhD of Heinrich Bruns; 1841 Weierstraß; 1823 Gudermann; 1796 Thibaut; 1739 Kästner (and Georg-Friedrich Lichtenberg); 1713 Hausen; 1685 Wichmanshausen; 1665 Mencke; 1643 Thomasius; 1622 Friedich Leibzig (advisor unknown). The lineage from Felix Klein contains Gauß; Pfaff and merges again with the Bruns lineage.