Successful research is a team work. See who’s responsible for the great research in the lab: [Group]
We are always glad to meet new people and would like to hear about your ideas and interests. Perspective undergraduate 2nd-4th year MechE students, M.Sc., Ph.D. and post-docs, don’t hesitate to ask for a tour and a meeting.[Open positions]
We provide consulting services to defence, biotech, semiconductor, health, energy, agricultural and environmental industries. Theory, flow visualization, detailed quantitative measurements using PIV/PTV and complete analysis. Contact Prof. Alex Liberzon for details.
We develop hardware and software for novel measurement techniques, focusing mainly on the small scale structure of turbulence. We design and develop miniature flow sensors based on fluid-structure interactions, three-dimensional particle tracking velocimetry with real-time image processing, and novel flexible structure viscometers.
Already in production Thanks to Lilly Verso and Maarten van Reejuwijk.
See the program – we present 3 recent studies: Sabrina with particle-turbulence interactions in accelerating flows, Ron with the urban canopy study and Alex shows Lilly’s experiments on the inertial particles crossing density interfaces (and chair a session on stratified flows).
Ron and Sabrina gave two great lectures and a lot of positive and insightful feedback. We look forward to the new collaborations and research questions.
We cannot be sure it will be actually published, but the team did quite a job to get these measurements and create a nice photo. Thanks to Sabrina, Lilly, Ron, and everyone who helped with the experiment of the inertial particles crossing a density interface