University of Vermont

School of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

Faculty Bios

faculty name

Yves Dubief, Ph.D. Associate Professor

  • Eng. Diploma 1995 Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble (France)
  • MSc 1996 Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble
  • Ph.D. 2000 Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble
Research Webpage:

Multiscale Mechanics and Computational Engineering

areas of expertise:

fluid dynamics, turbulence, scientific computing, multiscale modeling, physics and biophysics of complex fluids

Contact Information
Office: Farrell Hall 206
Phone: (802) 656-9830
Mailing address: School of Engineering, 33 Colchester Ave, Burlington VT 05405

Office Hourssee current syllabus

Dr. Dubief moved to Vermont in 2005 from the Center for Turbulence Research (Stanford University) where he was a research associate working on drag reduction in turbulent flows by additioni of polymers . At UVM, Dr. Dubief has been developing and collaborating research programs in turbulence control by complex fluids, flow-surface interactions with application to erosion and ablation by turbulent flows, biophysics of blood coagulation under flow and lubrication in articular joints. Dr. Dubief is a fellow of the Vermont Advanced Computing Center. He contributes to the teaching of fluid-related and computing-related undergraduate and graduate courses.


Vermont Advanced Computing Center, Material Science Graduate Program

Courses Currently Taught by Dubief

ME 350 - Multiscale Modeling
Tuesday (lab), Votey 226 10:00 - 11:15
Thursday, Votey 206 10:00 - 11:15
ME 44 - Introduction to Heat Transfer
Thursday, Votey 206 11:30 - 12:45


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