Controlled swimmers harnessing wake-vortices for efficient collective locomotion

Simulated mixing of two fluids in a Turbulent Mixing Layer

A smart follower learns to harness energy from a leader's wake using machine learning, with no human supervision

Coherent structures in a Turbulent Channel Flow simulation

The intermittent `burst and coast' swimming mode may be used by fish-like swimmers in situations requiring both high speed and high swimming-efficiency

The flow field around a moving sphere

A swimmer controlled by machine learning minimizes its `muscle usage' by interacting judiciously with the oncoming vortices

The smart autonomous follower can adapt to unfamiliar situations, such as a leader executing random actions

The undulations of a fish's body generate pressure fluctuations in the surrounding water, which propel it forward

Passive scalar mixing in Homogeneous Isotropic Turbulence