Professor Huilgol is an Emeritus Professor of Mathematics. His research interests cover a wide range of areas: Hopf bifurcation in the dynamics of trains; finite elasticity; viscoelastic fluid mechanics; oxygen diffusion in marsupial brains; inverse methods in photosynthesis; pantograph-cable interaction in Very Fast Trains, and injection moulding of viscoplastic fluids. Prof. Huilgol had held positions at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Sydney and at the Swinburne Technical College.
Professor Huilgol was a Senior Fulbright Scholar at the California Institute of Technology in 1983, and a CNRS Senior Visiting Professor at the University of Paris VI in 1983, and at the University of Grenoble, France, in 1996 and 2000. He was awarded the Silver Medal of the Mexican Society of Rheology in 2001, and the Medallion of the Australian Society of Rheology in 2017. He is a Fellow of the Australian Mathematical Society.
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