It was my pleasure to travel down to FERA in York this afternoon and meet representatives from DEFRA (Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs) to discuss potential math bio projects. Hopefully I can post some results of our future collaboration here in the not too distant future.
In collaboration with two undergraduate students (one who has recently become a PDR student) at Newcastle we have just submitted a paper to a special edition of Fluid Dyn. Res. Our work focuses on the topology of a patch of quantum vorticity far away from boundaries. A preprint can be found on the arxiv:1610.10024, below is… Continue reading Paper submitted to Fluid Dynamics Research
Our new theory paper, exploring regimes of turbulence without an Energy Cascade, is hot off the press and available here for your reading pleasure.
Looking forward to heading up to Kielder forest in November to see a truly dark sky: http://www.visitkielder.com/play/discover/dark-skies It’s been a while since I’ve seen the milky way, good prep. reading: http://www-thphys.physics.ox.ac.uk/people/JamesBinney/6.119.18.pdf
I’m sure I’ve shared these before, but I was just chatting with a colleague and brought up this wonderful set of videos, which touch on nearly all aspects of fluid mechanics: http://web.mit.edu/hml/ncfmf.html
Our paper entitled Regimes of turbulence without an energy cascade has been accepted for publication in scientific reports. A preprint is available here: nocascade