Department of Mathematics
Kaitlyn Hood

News:

Aug 2020: I will be teaching MA 303 online in Fall 2020. Students can see the full course information on Brightspace.

Jan 2020: I will be teaching MA 266 in Spring 2020. Students can see the full course information on Blackboard.

Nov 2019: Paper published in Phys Rev Fluids: “Marine crustaceans with hairy appendages: Role of hydrodynamic boundary layers in sensing and feeding” with M. S. S. Jammalamadaka and A. E. Hosoi

Sep 2018: Paper accepted to Phys Rev Fluids: "Pairwise interactions in inertially-driven one-dimensional microfluidic crystals" with M. Roper.

Jun 2018: I am co-organizing a focus session Flow Past Passive Hairy Surfaces at APS DFD 2018 in Atlanta, GA. Abstract submissions due Aug 1st. https://www.apsdfd2018.org/