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Mauro Rodriguez Jul 5
Thank you to the California Alliance Post-doctoral fellowship program (AGEP program) for awarding me with a post-doctoral fellowship for my work !
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Caltech Jul 3
Drawing upon engineering principles, new research sets mathematical guidelines for designing circuits made out of living cells.
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LLNL Computing Jun 27
The Kelvin-Helmholtz instability occurs in turbulent fluids, such as when wind blows across water. Here KH is modeled w/ the MFEM-based BLAST shock hydrodynamics code, with volume viz via the VisIt software.
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Scientific Computing and Flow Physics Lab Jun 23
Check out our latest paper in Shock Waves. Great job,
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Scientific Computing and Flow Physics Lab Jun 17
Bittersweet to see Phil (after PhD, ) and Susmit (after MS, ) leave the nest. Wishing you all the best in your new adventures!
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James Gilchrist Jun 16
Got a pretty cool gift from my family. The worlds best chalk - Hagoromo Fulltouch Chalk. Watch the video below. Happy Father’s Day!
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Scientific Computing and Flow Physics Lab Jun 9
Congratulations to for receiving a Ford Foundation postdoctoral fellowship! Sad to see him leave , but he will find a great home at
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Mauro Rodriguez Jun 9
Finished my last day at last week. Thank you to Prof. and the faculty for your mentorship and guidance and best success to my colleagues in the lab!
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Mauro Rodriguez Jun 9
Thank you to the for awarding me a post-doctoral fellowship for my work at !
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Scientific Computing and Flow Physics Lab Jun 8
Check out this collaborative article with Zhen Xu’s group by Lauren and in
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Ballislife.com May 20
Replying to @Ballislife
One of the greatest posters ever! 📷 Nathaniel S. Butler
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Scientific Computing and Flow Physics Lab May 7
Congratulations to Dr. Philip Johnson, the latest Phd from ⁦
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Siddhesh Shinde May 3
It was the most rewarding and humbling phase of my life. Thank you and thank you ! ❤️
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Scientific Computing and Flow Physics Lab May 3
Great to see Dr. , former researcher now a at , at hooding ceremony today
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FY! Fluid Dynamics Apr 25
Subsonic turbulence is somewhat understood, but our knowledge of supersonic turbulence is even more tenuous.
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Mauro Rodriguez Apr 24
Great work by our UROP students this year! Congratulations to Eric Hershey Jr on winning a blue ribbon for his poster! ⁦
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FY! Fluid Dynamics Apr 15
The coalescence of two water droplets happens so quickly, it’s essentially impossible to see.
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National Science Foundation Apr 10
You're looking at the first ever image of a black hole. It was captured by the project.
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FY! Fluid Dynamics Apr 1
Introduce the right additive and the bubble arrays in foam will collapse catastrophically.
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FY! Fluid Dynamics Mar 11
Geysers are one of the most surreal wonders of our planet.
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