Personal page

https://people.smp.uq.edu.au/TimMcIntyre/

Teaching and learning

Assoc Professor McIntyre is an award wining teacher who teaches 1st and 2nd year physics. 

Researcher biography

Dr Timothy McIntyre's research interests are in the fields of: Laser Diagnostics (Holographic Interferometry, Laser Induced Fluorescence, LEI Velocimetry, Schlieren/Shadowgraph, Spectroscopic Methods, Non-linear Methods) and Hypersonic Flow (Super-orbital flow, Scramjets, Facility Development, Non-equlibrium flow, Radiation)

He received his PhD from the Australian National University in 1989. His chief research projects are in the areas of:

Development of advanced laser diagnostics for studying high enthalpy flows generated in University of Queensland's superorbital expansion tubes.Use of super-orbital expansion tubes for experimental study of high enthalpy reacting flows relevant to space vehicle entry into planetary atmospheres.The study of supersonic combusting flows in a shock tunnel.