**Thomas S. Lundgren** is an American fluid dynamicist and Professor Emeritus of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics at the University of Minnesota ^{ [1] } He is known for his work in the field of theoretical fluid dynamics. In 2006, Lundgren received Fluid Dynamics Prize by the American Physical Society "for his insightful theoretical contributions to numerous areas of fluid mechanics, most notably in the fields of turbulence and vortex dynamics"^{ [2] }

Lundgren received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Aeronautical Engineering from University of Minnesota in 1954 and 1956 respectively. He then received his Ph.D. in fluid mechanics from the same institute in 1960. Lundgren is a Fellow of American Physical Society since 1994.^{ [3] }

**Grigory Isaakovich Barenblatt** was a Russian mathematician.

**Parviz Moin** is a fluid dynamicist. He is the Franklin P. and Caroline M. Johnson Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University. Moin has been listed as an ISI Highly Cited author in engineering.

**Howard Alvin Stone** is the Donald R. Dixon '69 and Elizabeth W. Dixon Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University. His field of research is in fluid mechanics, chemical engineering and complex fluids. He became an Editor of the *Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics* in 2021.

**Philip John Holmes** is the Eugene Higgins Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University. As a member of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department, he formerly served as the interim chair until May 2007.

**Hassan Aref**, was the Reynolds Metals Professor in the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics at Virginia Tech, and the Niels Bohr Visiting Professor at the Technical University of Denmark.

**Henry Keith Moffatt**, FRS FRSE is a Scottish mathematician with research interests in the field of fluid dynamics, particularly magnetohydrodynamics and the theory of turbulence. He was Professor of Mathematical Physics at the University of Cambridge from 1980 to 2002.

**Hans Wolfgang Liepmann** was an American fluid dynamicist, aerospace scientist and emeritus Theodore von Kármán Professor of Aeronautics at the California Institute of Technology.

**Katepalli Raju Sreenivasan** is an aerospace scientist, fluid dynamicist and applied physicist whose research includes physics and applied mathematics. He studies turbulence, nonlinear and statistical physics, astrophysical fluid mechanics, and cryogenic helium. He was the dean of engineering and executive vice provost for science and technology of New York University. Sreenivasan is also the Eugene Kleiner Professor for Innovation in Mechanical Engineering at New York University Tandon School of Engineering, and a professor of physics and mathematics professor at the New York University Graduate School of Arts and Science and Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences.

**John Leask Lumley** was an American fluid dynamicist and a professor at Cornell University. He is widely known for his research in turbulence and is the coauthor of *A First Course in Turbulence* along with Hendrik Tennekes.

**Mohammed Yousuff Hussaini** is an Indian born American applied mathematician. He is the Sir James Lighthill Professor of Mathematics and Computational Science & Engineering at the Florida State University, United States. Hussaini is also the holder of the TMC Eminent Scholar Chair in High Performance Computing at FSU. He is widely known for his research in scientific computation, particularly in the field of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and Control and optimization. Hussaini co-authored the popular book *Spectral Methods in Fluid Dynamics* with Claudio Canuto, Alfio Quarteroni, and Thomas Zang. He is the editor-in-chief of the journal *Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics.*

**William Kenneth George** is an American-born fluid dynamicist holding both American and Swedish citizenships. He is currently Senior Research Investigator in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London. George is known for his research on both theoretical and experimental turbulence.

**Stanley Corrsin** was an American physicist, fluid dynamicist, and Theophilus Halley Smoot Professor of Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University. He was known for his contributions in the field of fluid dynamics in general and turbulence in particular. He was a recipient of Fluid Dynamics Prize in 1983. Corrsin died of cancer on 2 June 1986 at the age of 66.

**Akiva Moiseevich Yaglom** was a Soviet and Russian physicist, mathematician, statistician, and meteorologist. He was known for his contributions to the statistical theory of turbulence and theory of random processes. Yaglom spent most of his career in Russia working in various institutions, including the Institute of Theoretical Geophysics.

**François Naftali Frenkiel** was a physicist and one of the founders of the American Institute of Physics (AIP) journal *Physics of Fluids* in 1958. He was the editor of *Physics of Fluids* from its establishment until 1981.

**Weinan E** is a Chinese mathematician. He is known for his work in applied mathematics and machine learning. His academic contributions include novel mathematical and computational results in stochastic differential equations; design of efficient algorithms to compute multiscale and multiphysics problems, particularly those arising in fluid dynamics and chemistry; and pioneering work on the application of deep learning techniques to scientific computing. In addition, he has worked on multiscale modeling and the study of rare events.

**Mark Samuel Nelkin** is a theoretical physicist at the Cornell University.

**Owen Martin Phillips** was a U.S. physical oceanographer and geophysicist who spent most of his career at the Johns Hopkins University.

**Viswanathan Kumaran** is an Indian chemical engineer, rheologist and a professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering of the Indian Institute of Science. He is known for his studies on stability of flow past flexible surfaces and is an elected fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Indian National Science Academy and the Indian National Academy of Engineering. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, the apex agency of the Government of India for scientific research, awarded him the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for Science and Technology, one of the highest Indian science awards for his contributions to Engineering Sciences in 2000. A recipient of the TWAS Prize in 2014 and the Infosys Prize 2016 in the Engineering and Computer Science category, Kumaran was listed in the *Asian Scientist 100*, a list of top 100 scientists from Asia, by the Asian Scientist magazine.

**Charles Meneveau** is a French-Chilean born American fluid dynamicist, known for his work on turbulence, including turbulence modeling and computational fluid dynamics.

**Ellen Kathryn Longmire** is an American applied physicist and mechanical engineer known for her research in experimental fluid dynamics and turbulence. She is a professor of aerospace engineering and mechanics at the University of Minnesota, where she is also Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Science & Engineering,, the former chair of the American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics, and one of three editors-in-chief of the journal *Experiments in Fluids*.

- ↑ T. S. Lundgren at the University of Minnesota.
- ↑ 2006 Fluid Dynamics Prize Recipient
- ↑ "APS Fellow Archive".
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