Research Gallary

This webpage maintains a gallary of physics simulations I have worked on during my Ph.D., postdoc, and junior faculty years. They are mainly about fluids. Surface tension, vortices, interface tracking, incompressibility, solid-fluid coupling, and complex topological evolution are the key themes of my work. I also studied drones, topology optimization, and material design when I worked at MIT. The videos can be found in my personal Vimeo channel (before 2015) and my lab's Youtube channel.

I would like to thank the generous continued support on my research from NSF, NIH, and Toyota.

Leap frog


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