My scientific interests lie in the general field of fluid mechanics. In particular, boundary-layer turbulence and coherent structures, shear instability and mixing, secondary currents in channel flows, gravity waves and seiching. I am an experimentalist studying fluids by the means of optical measurement techniques such as, particle tracking velocimetry, 2D, stereo- or scanning particle image velocimetry. I am also interested in advancing these measurement methods as well as quantifying the uncertainties.
- Ph.D., McGill University, Montéal, Canada (2015)
- Diploma, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia (2009)
Akutina, Y., Eiff, O., (2018) Lateral bed-roughness variation in shallow open-channel flow with very low submergence submitted. Under revision in Environmental Fluid Mechanics.
Revil-Baudard, T., Akutina, Y., Eiff, O., (2018) Scaling analysis for the effective fall-velocity of large particles settling in a turbulent fluid. Under revision in Journal of Fluid Mechanics.
Akutina, Y., Mydlarski, L., Gaskin, S. and Eiff, O. (2018) Error analysis of 3D-PTV through unsteady interfaces., (3), p.53 DOI