We've submitted two videos to APS this year, but since most of you won't be going to APS, we've decided to share them on our website as a sneak peak. Enjoy these little morsels of fluid dynamics.
Over the past month the Splash Lab has been featured in the Salt Lake Tribune and The Daily Universe! The Daily Universe article pretty much sums up what we do here at the Splash Lab. The Salt Lake Tribune article highlights a few of the things going on in our lab and tells a little about [...]
We are happy to announce that we were published today in Physics of Fluids highlighting our video entitled "Holy balls! Balls that walk on water." We won last years Milton Van Dyke award at the annual American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics Gallery of Fluid Motion and were invited to publish a short article [...]
Today we were published in Experiments in Fluids. Our article entitled "Three Dimensional Bubble Field Resolution Using Synthetic Aperture Imaging: Application to a Plunging Jet" outlines a method for measuring bubble fields in three dimensions. We are grateful to the reviewers for a positive review and the funding agencies that made this work possible. The [...]
Reporter Jessica Rasmussen for BYUTV highlighted our lab last week! Their piece highlights how we got started, the types of research we do, how we come up with some of our ideas and where we are going. Enjoy. Link.
Today we were highlighted on the BYU homepage with a video made by BYU broadcasting about rock skipping. The video highlights two methods of skipping stones and our recent work with the Waboba-water bouncing ball. The Daily Herald joined us while we were filming at Utah Lake in May. The article by James Roh gives a [...]
Some of our Waboba/Skipping Stone research made its way to the MIT Technology Review and to the New Scientist!
Some of our work on 3D imaging of flames was featured on Science Friday and BYU Radio Below is the video from the Science Friday piece.
Some of the media coverage about APS in November 2009: On Feb 2, 2010, the poster we presented at APS was highlighted in National Geographic. BYU also highlighted our submissions for APS in an article on their homepage. Kate Arneman wrote a full page introduction to the annual APS-DFD Gallery of Fluid Motion, entitled Fluid Fantastica, which was [...]
I was very excited to visit the set of Time Warp last April and talk about the work I did as a PhD student. I haven’t posted the event until now because I thought it would be better to post a clip from the show. I tried to get the producer to send me free [...]