Researchers in the Dynamics Imaging Lab are investigating complex dynamics in a variety of systems, ranging from shaking sand to cytoskeletal proteins to migrating neurons. Using the techniques of statistical physics and nonlinear dynamics, together with advanced imaging techniques, image processing, and computer simulations, they are trying to develop quantitative, testable descriptions of multifaceted, interacting, ever changing systems that might at first glance seem like a complicated mess. Details about our research can be found here.
Support for research in the Dynamics Imaging Laboratory comes from the National Science Foundation, the National Insititutes of Health, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the Whitaker Foundation, NASA, the Research Corporation, the Sloan Foundation, the Petroleum Research Fund, and Georgetown University.
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