| I am interested in fluid dynamics
problems that may be readily observed in a laboratory setting. To this
end, I direct the Fluid Dynamics Laboratory in room 2-031 in
the basement of the Department of Mathematics. My approach to
research involves an interplay between experimental and theoretical modeling
techniques, and is focussed towards identifying and elucidating new fluid
My three principal research areas might be categorized as Geophysical and Environmental Fluid Dynamics, Surface Tension-Driven Phenomena, and Biofluidynamics.
To see a number of images of my experiments, go to the Fluid Dynamics Photo Gallery.
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