The University of New Mexico
Dr. Svetlana Poroseva
Dr. Svetlana V. Poroseva,
Associate Professor

Contact Information

  • Phone 1(505) 277-1493
  • E-mail: poroseva at


Current Research Interests

    • Turbulence modeling, DNS, UQ for DNS.
    • LES of shock-driven instabilities.
    • RANS simulations of aerosol transmission.
    • Multi-model predictions with quantified uncertainty.
    • Bio-inspired designs for rotors/props, wind-energy harvesters, and power system layouts.
    • Survivability of power systems.

Inventions/Software Development

    • Code: FIESTA (v0.2.0). Developer: B. Romero, PI: S.V. Poroseva. Copyrights: University of New Mexico. The GNU Lesser General Public License. Zenodo. <\li>
    • Software: “Power System Graph Converter” v.2.0, developed by S. V. Poroseva & K. S. Ahmed. The GNU Lesser General Public License. Zenodo. Public release: <\li>
    • Manual for the PSGC (Power System Graph Converter) code (2.0) by S. V. Poroseva, L. A. Hoover, K. S. Ahmed (2021). Zenodo. <\li>
    • Software: “Power System Graph Converter” v.1.1, developed by S. V. Poroseva and D. Neumayr, non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual license from the Florida State University (2012). <\li>
    • U.S. Patent 7652396 "Systems and Methods for Improving the Ability of a Power Delivery System to Withstand Failure Events"

Awards & Honors

    • The 2021-2022 Harrison Faculty Excellence Award for superior accomplishments and service to the UNM School of Engineering. <\li>
    • The UNM Rainforest Innovation Award, 2022. <\li>
    • The AIAA Section-Student Branch Partnership 2nd Place Award, 2021. <\li>
    • University of New Mexico Women in STEM Award, 2018. <\li>
    • American Society for Engineering Education Gulf-SouthWest Section Outstanding Teaching Award, 2015
    • American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Associate Fellow, 2013.
    • Honorary Member of the Pi Tau Sigma Society, 2013
    • Florida State University 2012 Innovator Award
    • STC.UNM 2011 Creative Award
    • Florida State University 2010 Innovator Award
    • AdvanceVT Visiting Scholar, Virginia Tech (10/2007)
    • Fellowship, the Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University (1999-2001)
    • Fellowship, the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France (12/1998-03/1999)
    • Fellowship, the Centre International des Sciences Mechaniques, Italy (06/1998)
    • State Scientific Fellowship of Russian Federation (04/01/1997-03/31/2000)
    • Member of the Leading Research School of Russia “Stability and Turbulence of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Fluids”, grant 96-15-96310, Russian Foundation for Basic Research (1997-1999)

Professional Membership

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
American Physical Society
American Society of Mechanical Engineers