I work with a number of people around the world on various research problems. Some of these individuals and research groups are highlighted below:
Fundamentals of turbulence and non-equilibrium behaviour:
- Oliver Buxton, Imperial College London, U.K. (work on non-normality in turbulence).
- Bharath Ganapathisubramani, University of Southampton, U.K. (work on boundary-layers).
- Susumu Goto, Osaka University, Japan.
- Ivan Marusic, University of Melbourne, Australia (work on boundary-layers).
- Joachim Peinke, University of Oldenburg, Germany (work on turbulence velocity increments).
- Christos Vassilicos, CNRS / Lille, France (work on non-equilibrium turbulence)
Environmental fluid mechanics:
- Wernher Brevis, Catholic University of Chile (work on PIV post-processing).
- George Constantinescu, University of Iowa, U.S.A. (work on flow over bed-forms).
- Marco Ghisalberti, University of Western Australia (work on flow through plant canopies).
- Gaby Katul, Duke University, U.S.A. (work on flow through plant canopies).
- Heidi Nepf, MIT, U.S.A. (work on flow through plant canopies).
- Kouichi Nishimura, Nagoya University, Japan (work on flow through fractal fences).
Application of synthetic data methods for hypothesis testing in the geosciences:
- Efi Foufoula-Georgiou, University of California, Irvine, U.S.A. (work on gradual wavelet reconstruction of bedforms).
- Paola Passalacqua, University of Austin, Texas, U.S.A.
- Arvind Singh, University of Central Florida, U.S.A. (work on gradual wavelet reconstruction of bedforms).
Snow avalanche phenomena:
- Paul Brennan, University College London, U.K. (work on avalanche radar development).
- Nicolas Eckert, IRSTEA, Grenoble, France (work on avalanche risk and Bayesian methods).
- Jim McElwaine, Durham University, U.K. (work on avalanche radar development).
- Betty Sovilla, SLF, Davos, Switzerland (work on avalanche radar development).
Coherent flow structure identification from single-point data:
- Stuart Lane, University of Lausanne, Switzerland (work on quadrant/octant sequencing).
- Keith Richards, University of Cambridge, U.K. (work on quadrant/octant sequencing).
- Jeremy Venditti, Simon Fraser University, Canada (work on velocity-intermittency analysis).