CEE Faculty Profile

Donald R. Webster

Associate Chair, Professor

Presentations

  1. Outreach Webinar “What is Turbulence and Why Do We Care?” organized by Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE) – Ocean Systems, January 2013
  2. Invited plenary speaker for Seventh International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, Ottawa Canada, 2011
  3. “The Hydrodynamics of Chemical Cues among Aquatic Organisms”, Stanford University, September 2009
  4. “Quantifying Chemical and Hydrodynamic Signal Structure for Aquatic Ecology”,Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Woods Hole, MA, June 2004.
  5. “Quantifying Chemical and Hydrodynamic Signal Structure for Aquatic Ecology”,Environmental Engineering Program, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, February 2004.
  6. “Quantifying Chemical and Hydrodynamic Signal Structure for Aquatic Ecology” ,University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, November 2003.
  7. “Quantifying Chemical and Hydrodynamic Signal Structure for Aquatic Ecology”,School of Biology, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, September 2003.
  8. “The Fluid Mechanics of Chemically-Mediated Foraging,” Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan, June 2003.
  9. “The Fluid Mechanics of Chemically-Mediated Foraging,”University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, September 2001.
  10. “Information Content of Turbulent Chemical Plumes: Research Inspired by Blue Crabs Tracking Odors to the Source”, Environmental Engineering Program, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, April 2001.
  11. “Information Content of Turbulent Chemical Plumes: Research Inspired by Blue Crabs Tracking Odors to the Source”,University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, February 2000.
  12. “Vortex Structure and Dynamics in Flows Exiting Inclined Orifices,”Boston University Marine Biology Program, Woods Hole, MA, November 1998.
  13. “Vortex Structure and Dynamics in Flows Exiting Inclined Orifices,”Environmental Engineering Program, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, October 1998.
  14. “Vortex Structure and Dynamics in Flows Exiting Inclined Orifices,”Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, April 1997.
  15. “Three Dimensional Turbulent Boundary Layer over a Swept Bump,” University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, March 1997.
  16. “Three Dimensional Turbulent Boundary Layer over a Swept Bump,” Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, February 1997.
  17. “Three Dimensional Turbulent Boundary Layer over a Swept Bump,” University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, February 1997.
  18. “Three Dimensional Turbulent Boundary Layer over a Swept Bump,” Iowa State University, Ames, IA, February 1997.
  19. “Three Dimensional Turbulent Boundary Layer over a Swept Bump,”University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, October 1996.
  20. “The Effect of Three-Dimensionality on a Laminarizing Boundary Layer” Stanford University, Stanford, CA, April 1995.
  21. “Flow Instabilities in a Helical Coil: Measurements and Calculations,”Stanford University, Stanford, CA, April 1994.
  22. “Flow Instabilities in a Helical Coil: Measurements and Calculations,” University of California, Berkeley, CA, March 1994.

Reports

  1. E.K. Longmire, D.R. Webster, D.L. Gefroh, and J.S. Lowengrub, Dynamics of Pinch-Off in Liquid Jets Flowing into Immiscible Liquid Ambients, University of Minnesota Supercomputing Institute Research Report 98/101, 1998.
  2. D.R. Webster and E.K. Longmire, Vortex Rings from Cylinders with Inclined Exits, University of Minnesota Supercomputing Institute Research Report 97/157, 1997.
  3. D.R. Webster and J.A.C. Humphrey, Instability in Coiled Pipe Flow, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Thrust Area Report FY 91, pp. 2-37 - 2-41, 1992.