Check out our new paper on microplastics in beach sediments within and across Lake Superior beaches in Journal of Great Lakes Research! Congrats to Ben for leading the work and to Kallyn and Sabeel for …
New paper: Flow in oscillatory boundary layers over permeable beds
Check out our new paper on oscillatory boundary layers over permeable beds that was chosen as a featured article in Physics of Fluids! Congrats Claudio! https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0104305
Students graduate: Allie and Bex
Undergraduate student Allie and Masters student Bex graduate from UW-Madison and start their new lives as graduate students this Fall. Congrats to them both!
New graduate student: Anya Wolterman
Anya Wolterman joins the group as a new graduate student to be co-advised by Dr. Pujara in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Dr. Wagner in AOS and Dr. Zoet in Geosciences. Welcome Anya!
Hilldale Undergraduate Research Fellowship: Kaan Beyduz
Kaan Beyduz is awarded the Hilldale Undergraduate Research Fellowship for 2022-23 to continue his research in the group. Congratulations, Kaan! Hilldale Fellows
New paper: Enhanced settling and dispersion of inertial particles in surface waves
Check out our new paper on particle settling in waves! https://doi.org/10.1017/jfm.2022.95
New paper: Reaching for the surface: Spheroidal microswimmers in surface gravity waves
Check out our new paper on how microswimmers navigate wavy flow! Congratulations, Kunlin! https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevFluids.7.014310
New paper: Barotropic seiches in a perennially ice-covered lake, East Antarctica
Dr. Pujara helped analyse seiches in an ice-covered lake in Antartica — check out the paper! https://doi.org/10.1002/lol2.10226
New graduate student: Sara Hartke
Sara Hartke joins the group as a new graduate student to be co-advised by Dr. Pujara in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Dr. Franck in Engineering Physics. Welcome Sara!
New paper: Shape- and scale-dependent coupling between spheroids and velocity gradients in turbulence
Check out our new paper on coupling between particles and velocity gradients in turbulence that is also the subject of an upcoming Focus on Fluids article! https://doi.org/10.1017/jfm.2021.543