Dr. Andrew Dickerson
Andrew Dickerson is a fluid dynamicist with expertise in the mechanics of interfaces, and explores problems in which the dynamics fluids and their solid boundaries are highly coupled. His work is often inspired by problems stemming from biology, aimed at uncovering the physics of living systems from antifouling and insect flight to pine tree interactions with rainfall. Dr. Dickerson is a 2019 NSF CAREER award recipient. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and obtained his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.