Yair Mor-Yossef

Yair is the chief scientist at ISCFDC, responsible for research and development in the fields of turbulence modeling, high order methods, unstructured solvers, convergence acceleration.

Yair is an expert in robust numerical methods for RANS turbulence models, and also guides the development of multi-physics models in the company. His recent projects included the development of innovative implicit schemes for multi-phase flows, and Reynolds-stress turbulence models using unstructured grids.

Yair received his B.Sc, M.Sc  and Ph.D degrees in aerospace engineering from the Technion IIT.


Short CV

Citizenship: Israeli
Birthdate: November 11, 1967

Academic Degrees:

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa, Israel)
2007 - PhD in Aerospace Engineering (Advisor: Yuval Levy).

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa, Israel)
2002 - M.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering (Advisor: Yuval Levy).

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa, Israel)
1995 - B.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering.

Professional Experience:

2006 - present Chief Scientist Israeli Computational Fluid Dynamics Center
1998 - 1999 Project Manager Israel Electric Company
1996 - 1997 Design Engineer Cyclone Aviation

Academic Appointments:

1999 - 2006 Teaching Assistant Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion