Research Centers & Labs
The AML is an experimental laboratory sitting on the ground floor of Warren Weaver Hall. Its main focus is on the interactions of moving bodies or flexible structures with fluid flows as arises commonly in biology, geophysics, and many other areas. Many of its experimental projects are tied to mathematical modeling and simulation studies.
This Center aims to use applied mathematical methods to develop an understanding of complex and poorly understood phenomena in the climate system. Methods include multi-scale methods; stochastic modeling; numerical turbulence modeling and information theory.