Associate Professor; Director, Graduate Aerospace Program
School of Engineering: Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- Location: Kettering Laboratories Room 361F
- Phone: 937-229-5353
- Email: Contact
- Garnet, Mark, and Aaron Altman. 2009. Identification of any aircraft by its unique turbulent wake signature. Journal of Aircraft 46, no. 1 (January-February): 263-268.
- Hong, Young sun, and Aaron Altman. 2008. Lift from spanwise flow in simple flapping wings. Journal of Aircraft 45, no. 4 (July-August).
- Hong, Young sun, and Aaron Altman. 2007. Streamwise vorticity in simple mechanical flapping wings. Journal of Aircraft 44, no. 5 (September-October): 1588-1597.
- Kang, Hantae, and Aaron Altman. 2007. Generalized empirical airfoil stagnation point location prediction. Journal of Aircraft 44, no. 2 (March-April): 698–701.
- Kaplan, Sergey, Aaron Altman, and Michael Ol. 2007. Wake vorticity measurements for low aspect ratio wings at low Reynolds number. Journal of Aircraft 44, no. 1 (January-February): 241-251.
- Altman, A. 2002. A comparative study to identify the propeller-driven HALE UAV configuration with the maximum endurance performance. AIAA 1st Conference and Workshop on Unmanned Aerospace Vehicles, Systems, Technologies and Operations, May, in Portsmouth, Virginia.
- Ph.D., Aeronautical Engineering, Cranfield University, England, 2001
- M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 1994
- B.S., Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mathematics, Tulane University, 1990
- American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Applied Aerodynamics Technical Committee, Local Section Council Member, Associate Fellow, Student Branch Faculty Advisor)
- American Society for Engineering Education
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International
- Louisiana State Board of Registered Professional Engineers
- Pi Tau Sigma
- Pi Mu Epsilon, National Mathematics Honor Society
- Subsonic Aerodynamic Testing Association (University of Dayton representative)
- Experimental Unsteady Low Speed Aerodynamics
- Experimental Low Reynolds number aerodynamics applied to Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs), Flapping Wing Air Vehicles and Small Unmanned Air Vehicles
- Experimental Low Reynolds number and Unsteady Low Reynolds number Fluid Mechanics
- Applied Low Speed Aerodynamics and Testing
- Unconventional and morphing air vehicle configuration, design, performance and aerodynamics
- Vertical and Horizontal Axis wind turbine aerodynamics
- Identification of Aircraft from their turbulent wakes