In the Biomathematics and Fluids group, we study problems that have applications in industrial, environmental, and health research contexts. Projects range from theoretical to applied, and balance the mathematical tools and techniques with insights from experiments in fluids, biology, and medicine.
Our academic work is predominantly either theoretical and computational in nature, involving differential equations, mathematical modeling, and the development of predictive tools. While currently not directly tied to industrial partnerships, our research lays the important groundwork upon which specific applications and innovations are built.
Our research areas include: Mathematical Oncology and Immunology, Mathematical Biology and Stochastic Dynamics, Computational Biology, Interfacial Instabilities in Liquid Films and Blood Flow