Welcome! We are a research group focused on understanding the role of fluid mechanics in environmental processes. We pursue a range of problems across different scales, from the transport of biotic and abiotic particles and their interactions with flow to nearshore hydrodynamics and wave-driven flows at coastlines.
If you are interested in pursuing research opportunities in our group, please see the Join us page for openings and details on how to apply.
Joo Young Bang and Ben Davidson join the group as new graduate students. Welcome Joo Young and Ben!September 1, 2020
Gabrielle Every is awarded the Hilldale Undergraduate Research Fellowship for 2020-21 to continue her research in the group. Congratulations, Gabby! Hilldale FellowsMay 5, 2020
New paper: The influence of wave acceleration and volume on the swash flow driven by breaking waves of elevation.
Check out our new paper on wave acceleration and volume effects on swash flow! Congratulations, Dylan! https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coastaleng.2020.103697March 18, 2020
Claudio Meza-Valle joins the group as a new graduate student. Welcome Claudio!May 20, 2019
New paper: Scale-dependent alignment, tumbling and stretching of slender rods in isotropic turbulence
Check out our new paper on the dynamics of fibres in turbulence! https://doi.org/10.1017/jfm.2018.866December 7, 2018
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