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UCL Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering Sciences


Andrea Ducci

  • Associate Professor
  • UCL Mechanical Engineering

Contact Dr Ducci

0207 6797397
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Room 424 Roberts Building
Torrington Place

Student Feedback & Consultation Hours:
Tuesday 13:00-14:00 | Friday 13:00-14:00

About Dr Ducci

Andrea is a Lecturer in the Mechanical Engineering Department, deputy chair and committee member of the Fluid Mixing Process Subject Group of the Institute of Chemical Engineer (IChemE), and since 2015 he is UK Delegate on the European Federation of Chemical Engineers, EFCE – Working Party on Mixing.

He received his 5-year degree (Laurea) in aeronautical engineering from the University of Pisa, Italy in 1999. He subsequently obtained his PhD in 2004 with a study of the viscous dissipative scales of stirred reactor flows from the Mechanical Engineering Department of King’s College London, where he was appointed a Research Associate from 2004-2007 to apply advanced laser techniques for the study of fluid mechanics in stirred vessels. In 2007 he obtained a 5 years Advanced EPSRC Fellowship to study the engineering characteristics of Shaken bioreactors. He joined the mechanical engineering department in August 2009.

Additional non-UCL role

Vice-Chair of the Fluid Mixing Process Subject group of the IChemE, UK delegate on the working party on Mixing of the European Federation of Chemical Engineers (EFCE)

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