Research in our group focuses on turbulence dynamics and turbulent transport in atmospheric and oceanic boundary layers. Our approach combines field experiments, numerical simulations and analytical tools to better understand turbulence dynamics and its complex interaction with the natural environment. Current topics of interest include dispersion and transport of particles and pollutants in the atmosphere and ocean, turbulence within forests and crop canopies, fluid mechanics relevant for aquaculture, and geophysical boundary-layer dynamics in general. We also work on the development of better numerical models based on the large-eddy simulation technique for geophysical flows. If you have any questions or if you are interested in learning more about our work, do not hesitate to contact me.