Welcome to our group's website. Our research falls under the broad umbrellas of fluid dynamics, nonlinear multiscale science, and scientific computing with a focus on the simulation and analysis of turbulence and complex fluid flows. Our general aim is to derive precise testable predictions about the nature of such flows, which are of interest to engineers, plasma physicists, astrophysicists, and climate scientists. The techniques we use and develop range from careful high-performance computations and semi-empirical physical reasoning, to abstract mathematical analysis and proving rigorous theorems. Moreover, the mathematical and numerical methodologies we have been developing provide novel computation-intensive ways for scientists and engineers to probe huge data sets from simulations, satellite observations, and experimental measurements.
This website provides more information about our activities. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at
husseinrochester.edu or +1-585-276-7170.
We have an open PhD position. Read more
Please consider submitting an abstract to our Climate Physics focus session at the upcoming APS March meeting in Los Angeles. More details on the session are here.
Hussein Aluie will give an invited talk at the APS March meeting in Baltimore, MD.
Hussein Aluie invited to a EUROMECH-ERCOFTAC workshop on turbulence cascades in Lille, France.
Hussein Aluie and Riccardo Betti are awarded a DOE grant to study the effects ablation has on the Rayleigh-Taylor Instability, mixing, and turbulence.
Dongxiao Zhao is among 65 national applicants selected to attend a 2-week intensive workshop on Extreme-Scale Computing organized by Argonne National Lab.
Hussein Aluie, along with collaborators Daniel Livescu (PI, LANL) and Andrey Beresnyak (NASA) are awarded a DOE LDRD grant to study magnetic Rayleigh-Taylor Instability, mixing, and turbulence.
Hussein Aluie invited to a workshop on turbulence at IPAM, UCLA.