Biophysical and technological fluid mixing at the University of Rochester
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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.
IN THE NEWS: Our work on fluid flow in the brain was featured by U of R Newscenter and Rochester City Newspaper. Our work on drug delivery was featured by Yahoo! News, the URMC Newsroom, and Forbes.
OPENINGS: Interested in working with us as a postdoc or PhD student? Email Doug.
WELCOME! Daniel Troyetsky joined the team this winter.
PUBLISHED: Our paper Flow of cerebrospinal fluid is driven by arterial pulsations and is reduced in hypertension has been published in Nature Communications, our paper “Three-dimensional time-resolved trajectories from laboratory insect swarms” will appear in Scientific Data, and our paper “Development of the glymphatic system” will appear in Cell Rep.
UPCOMING: Bitong will present a talk and poster at TMS. Jeff and Thomas will speak at the APS March Meeting. Doug will speak at the Technical University of Denmark in March and the University of Maryland in April.

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.