Philip Marcus is a Professor of Fluid Dynamics in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of California at Berkeley. He is the former Head Advisor for the UC Berkeley Graduate Program in Applied Science and Technology and a former associate editor of The Journal of Computational Physics and of The Journal of Fluid Dynamics. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and a former Chair of its Division of Fluid Dynamics. He is interested in a wide range of fluid flows: from Jupiter’s Great Red Spot to the formation of stars and planets, to the use of novel ways of carrying out three-dimensional morphing and using those ways to do “optimal design” in aerodynamic and hydrodynamic applications.
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