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Fotis Sotiropoulos

Fotis Sotiropoulos is a member of College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.[1]

Sotiropoulos is living in temporary housing in Old Field with Arcan, who is an assistant professor in the Nutrition Division of the Family, Population and Preventive Medicine at the Stony Brook University School of Medicine.[2]He is currently the James L. Record professor of civil, environmental and geoengineering, and director of the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory at the University of Minnesota.[3]In 2014, he was named a distinguished lecturer at the Mortimer and Raymond Sackler Institute of Advanced Studies at Tel Aviv University.[4]Most of his work has been in the field of fluid dynamics, the study of how liquids and gases move and interact with static objects.[5]He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, has authored over 160 peer-reviewed journal papers and book chapters, has twice won the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Gallery of Fluid Motion, and is a recipient of a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.[6]Prior to his graduate studies, he received the Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens.[7]

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MIL-OSI USA: Rep. Zeldin Announces Over $2.2 Million in Grants for Stony Brook University

Today, Congressman Lee Zeldin announced Stony Brook University has been awarded five grants from the National Science Foundation totaling over $2.2 million in funding. “The programs we have in place targeting K-12 students, teachers and counselors, as well as undergraduate and graduate students at Stony Brook, are key building blocks in constructing a diversity pathway in STEM,” said Fotis Sotiropoulos, Dean, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.[8]

07/26/2019

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- Adjudicate the appeals quickly to settle many of them before tax rolls must be set, typically on Aug.1. Translation: He wants to build a better wind farm. That goal resulted in a $1.1 million grant from U.S. Department of Energy-funded National Offshore Wind Research and Development Consortium to Professor Fotis Sotiropoulos, the dean of Stony Brook’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.[9]

07/17/2020

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    CEAS dean works to harvest renewable energy from sandy rivers2018-10-03