Associate Professor Mathew Wells
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
My research group aims to quantify the mixing in environmental flows, particularly those in large lakes and the coastal ocean where stratification and the Earth’s rotation play a dominant role in the dynamics.
We study such mixing and dispersion in both the field studies and through laboratory studies.
Currently our main areas of research are in the study of turbidity currents, density currents , double diffusive convection, sediment laden convection, rotating turbulence, Coriolis effects, biological fluid coupling, dispersion in environmental flows, dynamics of internal seiches, surface seiches and under-ice processes in the Great lakes.
2011 – present, Associate Professor, University of Toronto.
2006 – 2011, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto.
2003 – 2005 Research Associate, Department of Geology, Yale University
2001 – 2002 Post Doctoral Fellow, Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Department of Applied Physics,
Eindhoven Technical University, The Netherlands
1993 – 1996 Bachelor of Science – First Class Honours
Australian National University
2011 Early Researcher Award – Ontario Ministry of Innovation
2011 NSERC Discovery Accelerator Supplement
2016 NSERC Discovery Accelerator Supplement