Current research interests are in the areas of experimental fluid dynamics, particularly in the field of turbulence and transition physics and control, development of innovative sensors for wall-pressure and wall-shear-stress measurements using conventional and MEMS technology, and applications of innovative digital signal processing to the anaysis of databases of flows.
Withrow Teaching Excellence Award, 2006
Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago 1992
M.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago 1989
B.Sc., Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt 1986
L.M. Hudy, A. Naguib, W.M. Humphreys, "Stochastic estimation of a separated-flow field using wall-pressure-array measurements," Physics of Fluids 19 (2) (2007).
M. Daoud, A.M. Naguib, I. Bassioni, M. Abdelkhalek and Z. Ghoneim, "Microphone-array measurements of the floor pressure in a low-speed cavity flow," AIAA Journal 44 (9), pp. 2018-2023 (2006).
Y. Li and A. Naguib, "High-frequency Oscillating-Hotwire Sensor for Near-wall Diagnostics in Separated Flows," AIAA Journal 43 (3), pp. 520-529 (2005).