Principal Investigator
Hassan Masoud
Assistant Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Michigan Technological University
Recent News
September 2017: We have an opening for a Ph.D. student. If you are interested, email your CV along with a short description of your research interests and background to hmasoud[at]mtu[dot]edu. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
July 2017: CFAM Lab finds a new home in the Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics at Michigan Tech. Go Huskies!

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Welcome to the website of CFAM Lab where we strive to
uncover the simplicity underlying complexity and vice versa

We are a multi-disciplinary Lab interested in fluid mechanics, transport phenomena, and hydrodynamics of soft ‎and active matter. In particular, we exploit the tools of applied mathematics ‎(e.g. reduced-order models and numerical techniques)‎ and simple experiments to solve impactful problems where the mutual coupling of moving or deformable ‎objects and their surrounding fluid plays an important role in the dynamics of the system. These ‎problems often involve ‎coupled physical phenomena taking place at a wide range of length and time scales and are of paramount importance in many engineering, biological, and biomedical contexts. Our Lab is equipped with high-end parallel computing facilities and we always seek talented and motivated minds to join our team. We also very much enjoy collaborating with other experimental and theoretical groups.‎ For more information, please visit our research and publications pages.