Dr Mark Stewart
Dr Mark Stewart

Dr Mark Stewart



Fraser Noble Building, School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, AB24 3UE, Scotland, UK


2020-present: Lecturer, School of Engineering, The University of Aberdeen.

2017-2020: Civil Engineer, Aberdeenshire Council.

2014-2017: Research Fellow, The University of Aberdeen, Environmental Hydraulics Group.

2009-2014: PhD, The University of Aberdeen, Civil Engineering.

2005-2009: BEng, The University of Aberdeen, Civil and Environmental Engineering.

External Memberships

Reviewer for: Journal of Fluid Mechanics; Journal of Hydraulic Research; Water Resources Research; Advances in Water Resources; Water.


Research Overview

My research relates primarily to environmental fluid mechanics and covers a broad range of topics including turbulence in free-surface flows, sediment transport and hydraulic resistance. I also have a particular interest in modelling multiscale nature-inspired roughness patterns and investigating their influence on flow properties.


Teaching Responsibilities

EG20H6 Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineers

EG30G3 Work Based Learning (Module 1)

EG35G1 Work Based Learning (Module 2)

EA3720 Civil Engineering Design and Surveying

EG38G2 Work Based Learning (Module 3)

EG4011, EG4013, EG4014, EG4513: UG Individual Project

EM40JN Heat and Momentum Transfer

EG503A/B Geothermal and Hydro Energy

EG5565 MEng Group Design

EG59E9-F9-G9, EG5906-19, EG552K-2N, EG59M1, EG59M9-R9-T9, EG595A-5D: MSc Individual Project


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