MixingLab

Fluid mixing in energy, environment, and technology at the University of Rochester
116 & 112 Hopeman Engineering Building | 585-275-8482

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Alternative Energy & Fluid Mixing seminar series
U of R shield We are grateful for support from the National Science Foundation. We are grateful for support from the National Institutes of Health.
Douglas H. Kelley Jeff Tithof Rakan Ashour Ruy Ibanez Ibrahim Mohammad Thomas Nevins Bitong Wang Logan Bashford Frederico Hama Kimberly Llajaruna Peralta Junior Beauclaire Mbanya Rebeca Toro Garza
CONGRATULATIONS: Jeff's video Rocky Turbulence won the top award in U of R's Art of Science competition. Nice!
WELCOME! Frederico, Kim, Beauclaire, and Rebeca join the team this summer.
PUBLISHED: Our paper Three-dimensionality of one- and two-layer electromagnetically driven thin-layer flows has been published in Physical Review Fluids, our paper Front tracking velocimetry in advection-reaction-diffusion systems has been published in Chaos, and our review paper Fluid mechanics of liquid metal batteries has been published in Applied Mechanics Reviews.

Despite the ubiquity of fluid mixing—think cream in coffee, plankton in Earth's oceans, storm systems in our atmosphere—mixing is devilishly difficult to predict, control, or understand. We study the space- and time-dynamics of flows and the materials being mixed in them. Read more, watch Doug's overview or contact us.

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