Daniel M Nosenchuck

Dept of Mech and Aero Engineering
D302 E-Quad
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544
(609)258-5136 (office)


Ph.D. Aeronautics
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California
Thesis Advisor: H.W. Liepmann, June 1982
M.S. Aeronautics
California Institute of Technology, June 1977
B.S. Aerospace Engineer and Mechanical Engineer
Syracuse University, Syracuse New York, May 1976


Princeton University, Princeton New Jersey
7/88 - Present: Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
8/83 - 6/88: Assistant Professor

Selected Honors


Patents (First Inventor):
U.S. Patent No. 5,320,309 (June 1994): Electromagnetic Device and Method for Boundary Layer Control
U.S. Patent No. 4,811,214 (March 1989): Dynamic Reconfiguration System for Pipelined Computers (Numerous foreign patents also awarded)
Several Patents Pending
Reviewer for:
AIAA Journal
Journal of Fluid Mechanics
Physics of Fluids
Review of Scientific Instruments
National Science Foundation (Proposals and NYI Selection Committee)
Recent Department of Defense Activities:
Member of Naval Studies Board Panels on:
  1. Joint Strike Operations
  2. Regional Conflict (Combat Power Panel)
Member of Defense Science Board Ballistic Missile Defense Task Force
Member of Defense Science Study Group (Institute for Defense Analyses)
Consultant to numerous industrial corporations, legal firms and government agencies