Andrew Bernoff, PhD’s, research interests span fluid mechanics, swarming of insects, applications of dynamical systems, free boundary problems, mixing in fluids, asymptotics, thin fluid films and langmuir layers, self-similarity and scaling behavior, and stability theory for self-similar evolution.
- Inside Philanthropy: Latest Collaboration Grant from Simons Will Appropriately Study Swarms
- Bernoff Awarded SIAM Outstanding Paper
- A Primer of Swarm Equilibria presented at the Mathematical Biological Institute at Ohio State University on March 15, 2011.
- An Introduction to Surface Tension (Or Why Raindrops are Spherical) presented at Harvey Mudd College on May 26, 2011.