The research in the CU Experimental Aerodynamics Laboratory focuses on prediction, observation, understanding, and control of complex three-dimensional unsteady flow fields focusing on aerodynamic applications. Key application areas are fluid-structure interaction problems, novel methods for control in aeronautical vehicles, and wind energy.

A listing of current and previous research projects and interactions are presented below. Click on each to learn more and check out the publications page to find references associated with the work.