We focus on experiments in fluid mechanics using high-speed imaging. The dynamics of drops and bubbles and multiphase flows are of particular interest. This includes splashing, coalescence, wetting, breakup of vapor layers and formation of jets and sprays. We have numerous state-of-the-art high-speed cameras and lasers for illumination, allowing us to study a variety of new flow phenomena at extreme time-resolution. We are also studying rapid granular flows, flows in micro-channels as well as volume velocity measurements in high-Reynolds number turbulence.
18 April, 20212.0 million views of Science Magazine video highlighting our cavity paper
Two Million views of paper highlight video
29 October, 2019Science Advances paper on bubble coalescence highlighted in Nature Middle East
Bubbles coalescence paper highlighted in Nature Middle East
27 August, 2019Stable-streamlined cavities following the impact of non-superhydrophobic spheres on water
Soft Matter back cover highlight