Research in the ENDLab can be divided into three categories: Internal Waves, Stratified Flows and Nonlinear Dynamics. Following the links below will provide you with more detail on any of these research areas, including a general overview of our research, the latest research spotlight from the group, a list of people in the group working in this area, a list of publications in this area and relevant galleries of movies and images.
Internal waves are propagating disturbances of gravitationally stable density stratifications, which are ubiquitous in the atmosphere and oceans.
Density stratified fluids abound in our surrounding environment, from temperature-gradient driven phenomena in the atmosphere to salinity-gradient influenced flows in the oceans.
Dynamical systems theory provides a wealth of mathematical tools and geometrical concepts for explaining complex, real world phenomena.