Dr. Phillip Atcliffe
School of Science, Engineering and Environment
Senior Lecturer in Aeronautical Engineering
Born 1956 in Melbourne, Australia.
Educated at Melbourne High School (5 A-level equivalents).
- BEng (Aero, Hons), Sydney University
- PhD in Hypersonic Aerodynamics, College of Aeronautics, Cranfield Institute of Technology
- Two years at Aeronautical Research Laboratories, Melbourne, working on Fatigue Analysis, Helicopter Performance and Systems Modelling, and Flight Test Data Processing.
- Six years at Government Aircraft Factories, Melbourne, working on Aeroelasticity and Structural Design.
- Four years at British Aerospace, Kingston, working on Structural Design, particularly hot gas systems.
- Twelve years at the University of the West of England, Bristol, as lecturer in Aeronautics and Aircraft Propulsion.
- From 2005 to date at Salford.
- Aircraft Performance
- Flight Dynamics
- Aircraft Propulsion
- Fluid Mechanics
- Aircraft Design
- Experimental Methods
- Super- and Hypersonic Aerodynamics
- Aircraft Configuration Design
- Public Awareness and Engagement with STEM
- Chartered Engineer
- Australian Private Pilot’s License
- Member, Royal Aeronautical Society
- Fellow, Higher Education Academy
- STEMNet Ambassador