Fluidtrans research group
We are interested in the numerical modeling of fluid dynamics and transport processes in biological systems. We use theories derived from nonlinear dynamics, pattern formation, and fluid dynamics, and utilize high-performance computing, to answer pioneering questions on neurological disorders, microbial dynamics, and more. Current research interests include cerebrospinal fluid flow, transport, and reaction-advection-diffusion processes in the brain, and the dynamics of bacteria in the presence of fluid flow.
Fluidtrans research group currently has openings for undergraduate students. Please get in touch with the PI for more information.