DAVID L. HU
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Biology
Location: Love 007
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, MIT (2001)
Ph.D. Mathematics, MIT (2005)
Post-doc. Courant Institute, NY (2008)
Directs the laboratory and is corresponding author for all publications.
a graduate student involved in experimental studies of the swarming behavior of ants. Particular attention has been paid to structures such as rafts and towers built by ants and their unique properties.
a graduate student involved in combined experimental and theoretical studies of snake locomotion. His work focuses on the effect of belly scale texture and orientation on the snake's ability to climb vertical surfaces.
a graduate student involved in experimental studies of mosquito coping mechanisms to rain, fog and dew
a graduate student involved in experimental studies of spore ejection by plants.
a graduate student involved in experimental studies of dew harvesting by plants
(Love 105, Ph: 404.385.7059)
a 2-year old red toy poodle bred from champions. He made his first international appearance on Good Morning America in 2010.
Dawn Adams (teacher, Wheeler High School)
K-12 (elementary - high school) researcher