This was actually awarded in December 2021, but the University press release is officially out! We are excited to continue working on reduced-order model development to simulate coupling between the arterial and perivascular spaces, and work with the Kearns Center on the educational mission. Congratulations also to our colleagues — a great showing for U of R!
As a result, we are seeking one or two graduate students to work with Brennen on modeling and validation with clinical data. See our Opportunities page for details.
Seeking a motivated undergraduate or graduate student to conduct research in bluff body flows at low to moderate Reynolds number. Experience with machining and fabrication strongly preferred; experience with particle image velocimetry (PIV) optional. If interested, please send me an email expressing your interest, with a resume/CV and two names of potential references.
Position available for a PhD student interested in high energy density turbulence. Click here for a detailed description and how to apply.
Welcome to Amro, Caroline, and Leo, who have started working in our lab this summer! Amro is a Xerox Research Fellow, Caroline is supported with a Discover Grant and under our University Research Award, and Leo is supported by an ONR grant. Should be a fun time!
For University of Rochester engineering students interested in undergraduate summer research, the Hydro Lab has two potential projects available through the Xerox Engineering Research Fellowship Program. Please check the website for details and eligibility. Applications due soon!