David Willis


Professor David Willis is an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. At present he is actively involved in teaching, research and service. Follow the links below to learn more.


This Spring, Professor Willis is teaching the following courses at UML:

  1. +22.381 : Undergraduate Fluid Mechanics (website for Spring 2011, Sp. 2010)

  2. +22.581 : Advanced Fluid Mechanics (website for Spring 2011, Sp. 2010, Sp. 2009)

  3. +22.423 : Senior Capstone (Spring 09, 10, 11)

  4. +22.505 : Directed Study

In the past semesters, he has taught:

  1. +22.520 : Numerical Methods for PDEs (Fall 2010)

  2. +22.558 : Graduate Aero/Wind Engineering (Fall 2009)

  3. +22.423

  4. +25.107 : Introduction to Engineering I

        -- (co-taught with Prof. S. Johnston, S09,F09,F10)


Please come back for links to research projects, papers and downloads.


Please come back to learn more about service, including advising FHSAE, AIAA, etc.

Faculty Webpage

Professor Willis research interests include:

Computational Aero (left), Animal Flight (right), Parachute Aero (right) and Engineering Education (right)