Welcome to FPCL (Fluid Physics and Computation Laboratory), where we undertake a diverse range of research projects at the fascinating intersection of fluid dynamics and computation. Our team is driven by a passion for exploring cutting-edge topics that encompass various areas of study.
Immersed boundary methods, vortex dominated flows, biomedical fluid dynamics, biological and bioinspired locomotion, bioacoustics, active flow control, fluid-structure interaction, and high-performance computing are some of the areas that currently captivate our attention. By employing computational modeling as our primary tool, we gain valuable insights and conduct in-depth analyses. To complement our computational work, we also conduct experiments that support and enhance our research endeavors.
What truly sets our research apart is the inherent interdisciplinarity of our approach. We foster extensive collaborations not only with fellow computational researchers but also with experts from diverse fields such as zoology, cardiology, robotics, biomechanics, and dynamics. By forging these cross-disciplinary partnerships, we open up new avenues for innovation and enrich our understanding of complex fluid dynamics phenomena.
At FPCL, we are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of knowledge and making significant contributions to the field of fluid dynamics. Our passionate team of researchers is committed to tackling real-world challenges and advancing the frontiers of science through rigorous computational analysis and experimental investigations.
Join us on this exhilarating journey as we unravel the mysteries of fluid dynamics and computation, shaping the future of various scientific disciplines through our collaborative and interdisciplinary research efforts.