Research in our group focuses on the atmospheric boundary layer, its turbulent nature and its interaction with the Earth's surface. Our approach combines field experiments, numerical simulations and analytical tools to better understand the dynamics of ABL flows and its complex interaction with the natural environment. Current topics of interest include atmospheric dispersion of particles and pollutants, turbulence within forest and crop canopies, coupling between turbulence and air-chemistry, and boundary-layer dynamics in general. We also work on the development of better numerical models based on the large-eddy simulation technique for ABL flows. Finally, we have been also studying turbulence in the ocean mixed layer, with a specific focus on Langmuir circulations and transport of oil plumes. If you have any questions or if you are interested in learning more about our work, do not hesitate to contact me.