Luc Vervisch is Professor at the National Institute of Applied Science of Normandy and researcher at the CNRS laboratory CORIA. He completed a Ph.D in 1991 at Laboratoire National d’Hydraulique in Chatou, followed by a Post-Doc at Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University and became in 2003 junior member of Institut Universitaire de France.
He uses Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) to understand laminar and turbulent flames. He also contributes to the development of sug-grid scale closures for Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Reynolds Average Navier Stokes (RANS) computations. Burners, aeronautical and internal engines are the main targets of those studies. Luc Vervisch is co-Editor of the journal Flow Turbulence and Combustion.