Mixing & transport in energy & ecology at the University of Rochester
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U of R shield Center for Energy & Envrionment
Douglas H. Kelley Rakan Ashour Thomas Nevins Tianyi Liu Kelsey Sahinen-Pedroso Tom Ryan Smith
CONGRATULATIONS! Linda won a fellowship from the Research Internships in Science and Engineering program and will spend the summer doing research in Germany.
PUBLISHED: Our paper Ultrasound velocity measurement in a liquid metal electrode will appear in J. Visualized Exp..
WELCOME! Thomas Nevins and Rakan Ashour have joined the MixingLab team.
UPCOMING: Doug will speak at the SIAM Snowbird conference.

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. In one project, we study the role of mixing in performance of liquid metal batteries. Liquid metal batteries may soon provide large-scale energy storage on electrical grids. Another project considers oceanic mixing of marine phytoplankton blooms. Phytoplankton naturally provide more carbon sequestration than any other reservoir on the planet, so climate models depend on accurate growth predictions. Read more or contact us.