Philip Marcus

Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Dept of Mechanical Engineering
(510) 642-5942
(510) 642-6163
Research Expertise and Interest
algorithms, fluid mechanics, nonlinear dynamics, atmospheric flows, convection, ocean flows, numerical analysis, turbulence, planet formation, internal gravity waves, inertial waves, desalination
Research Description

Professor Marcus' areas of research focus on computational fluid dynamics as applied to turbulent, geophysical, and astrophysical flows. He is especially interested in water desalination, strongly rotating and/or stratified flows, vortices and vortex dynamics and their applications in engineering, atmospheres, oceans, and astrophysics.

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