Dr Cesare Hall

Lecturer at Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge

Lecturer in Turbomachinery, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge

Dr Cesare Hall is an expert in the field of jet engine operation in natural wind. He has worked in the Turbine Aerodynamics group of Rolls-Royce plc, working on computational methods, aerodynamic design and research support, and in the Fan Aerodynamics group. In this role he was responsible for developing advanced computational methods to assess engine fan stability and performance.

On the Silent Aircraft Initiative for the Cambridge-MIT Institute he led the research effort into novel future concepts for low-noise propulsion systems. He has since been developing research into the areas of aero-engine design for reduced emissions, engine-installation interaction and low-noise turbomachinery.