We use a variety of visualization and computational methods to investigate the physics and evolution of biological fluid-structure interactions.
Our major projects include:
- Odor detection by domesticated dogs
- Odor capture by crustaceans
- Variation and Evolution
- Pumping by valveless, tubular hearts
- Swimming and feeding by marine invertebrate larvae
- Oil droplets rising through sharp stratifications
Please see our list of publications for papers. All papers are available by request.