Cesare Hall

University of Cambridge

Dr Chez Hall completed his PhD in 2002 in the field of jet engine operation in natural wind. After his PhD he worked with Rolls-Royce plc in the Fan Aerodynamics group where he was responsible for developing advanced computational methods to assess engine fan stability and performance. In 2004 he started work as a Research Associate on the Silent Aircraft Initiative for the Cambridge-MIT Institute. Here he led the research effort into novel future concepts for low-noise propulsion systems. In 2005 he was appointed as a lecturer in Turbomachinery. He has since been developing research into the areas of aero-engine design for reduced emissions, engine-installation interaction and low-noise turbomachinery.