Contact Iroizan Ubulom

Areas of expertise

  • Aerospace Structures
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Gas Turbines & Propulsion
  • Aerospace Materials


Dr Iroizan Ubulom is a research fellow in Aircraft Engine Structures, Systems Integration and Aero Performance at the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre, School of Power and Propulsion at Cranfield University (CU), UK.

 Prior to this role, Dr Ubulom completed his Doctorate degree at the University of New South Wales, Australia, investigating the problem of fatigue and high-temperature creep deformation on a gas turbine engine blade by using a fluid-structure interaction approach. Dr Ubulom also holds a Master’s degree in Gas Turbine Technology from Cranfield University in 2012 and a Bachelor’s degree in Aircraft Maintenance from the Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology in 2011. Dr Ubulom also has prior work experience at various organisations including: Mitsubishi Hitachi Power System, Malaysian Airlines and ExxonMobil Corporations. He is a member of AIAA and a certified professional engineer with Engineers Australia.

Current activities

In his current role as a research fellow at the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre, Cranfield University. Dr Ubulom is involved in several projects covering: Aircraft performance assessment, airframe/powerplant integration analyses for a newly proposed passenger aircraft configuration, High-altitude Pseudo satellites systems, engine performance predictions and techno-economic airframe studies.


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