Clarence Rowley

Sin-I Cheng Professor in Engineering Science. Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.


Office: E-Quad, D232

Phone: 609-258-7321

Research interests: Fluid flows from a dynamical systems point of view; modeling and model reduction for bifurcation analysis and control; numerical methods, both for fluids simulations, and analysis of dynamical systems; applications of geometric methods in fluid mechanics


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    Teaching robots to think on the fly

  • award presented to Sujit Datta

    Teaching awards celebrate instructors’ positive impact on students’ lives and careers

  • Floryan’s research on swimming has applications in propulsion systems

  • Egeman Koleman speaks with Al von Halle at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. They are wearing hard hats.

    Data drive quests to control nuclear fusion

  • Graduate student’s computer program helps stabilize fusion plasmas

  • Fall 2007 Commendation List for Outstanding Teaching


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  • Applied Physics

  • Robotics


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    Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering