Madison Applied Math Lab

The Madison Applied Mathematics Laboratory is an interdisciplinary research lab with a primary focus on fluid-structure interactions and soft matter physics. Problems are investigated using a wide range of tools, combining experimental measurements, numerical simulations, and mathematical modeling and analysis, with the primary goal of understanding fundamental physical phenomena in complex systems. The lab is one of a small number of physical labs across the country housed within a mathematics department. It is located in room B323 Sterling Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

For general inquiries, please contact Saverio Spagnolie
The lab space is part of the AMEP program facilities. Some of the lab equipment has been funded
through the generous donations of AMEP Alumni.