The University of Arizona

Fluids and Mechanics

Our research in Fluid Mechanics is concerned with fluid mixing and turbulence, large scale oceanic flows in the form of climate dynamics, astrophysical flows and waves; and small scale flows, such as those that occur at scales relevant to industrial coatings and biological fluids such as blood. In the area of mechanics we study the dynamics of filaments, and rods, plates and shells, all important in biology and in engineering.

Members

Bruce J Bayly

Bruce J Bayly

Associate Professor, Mathematics
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Karl B Glasner

Karl B Glasner

Professor, Mathematics
Professor, Applied Mathematics - GIDP
Alan C Newell

Alan C Newell

Professor, Mathematics
Regents Professor
Research Professor, Arizona Research Labs
Professor, Applied Mathematics - GIDP
Michael Tabor

Michael Tabor

Professor Emeritus
Vladimir E Zakharov

Vladimir E Zakharov

Professor, Mathematics
Regents Professor
Professor, Applied Mathematics - GIDP
Calvin Zhang

Calvin Zhang

Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Assistant Professor, Neuroscience - GIDP
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