Dr Etienne Rognin
Dr Etienne Rognin graduated from the Ecole Centrale Paris with a Masters in Energy Sciences. He received his PhD degree in Fluid Mechanics from the University of Grenoble, France, under the supervision of Professor Laurent Davoust and Dr Stefan Landis. During his PhD at the Laboratory of Electronics and Information Technologies (LETI), Etienne worked on nanoscale polymer flows occurring in nanoimprint lithography techniques. He then joined the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) as a Research Associate to carry out research on induction melting of nuclear glass waste.
Etienne is currently working as a Research Associate in the Fluid in Advanced Manufacturing group led by Dr Ronan Daly where he is investigating mechano-chemical processes produced by inkjet printing. This is funded by the KACST-Cambridge Research Centre. His long term research interests include complex fluid flows, interfacial phenomena and multiphysics problems.