Our group is interested in fundamental and applied problems in fluid dynamics, especially turbulence, and its role in environmental systems. To address these problems, we use a mixture of theoretical and computational methods, employing tools from statistical physics, applied mathematics and various fields of engineering.
The goal is to advance our basic understanding of these problems, and then to use this understanding to guide the development of mathematical models that can make useful predictions. The research is motivated by important problems such as rain formation in clouds, pollution dispersion in the atmosphere, mixing in oceans, water treatment, as well as applications in combustion and astrophysics.
We currently have funding available for students and a postdoc. If you are interested in joining our group, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Andrew D. Bragg, PhD.
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