On this page you will find old news posts.

September 14, 2017 Two preprints of our most recent coral research are available on arXiv! We looked at the flows and mixing generated by corals at different background flow speeds and at different Reynolds numbers.

August 18, 2017 I just launched a new website! The Travelling Scientist is a different kind of travel blog where you will find posts about exciting trips and adventures with highlights about the awesome science behind it all. You can also follow the Travelling Scientist on Facebook and Twitter. Let's explore the world through travel and science!

July 6, 2017 The Company of Biologists published a short blog post on my first season of fieldwork in Eilat. This first trip was funded by one of their Travelling Fellowships.

July 3, 2017 Representing the lab at the annual SEB meeting in Gothenburg. Time for some Swedish meatballs and Daim!

June 30, 2017 I am very proud to have been awarded the Best Student Presentation award at the Biomath 2017 meeting. Here's to interdisciplinary research!

June 25, 2017 Part of the Miller Lab is attending the Biomath 2017 in the beautiful Kruger National Park in South Africa. We already saw some impalas on the way to camp, a very promising start to the meeting!

June 12, 2017 The research topic on aquatic canopies is online and open for submissions!

June 7, 2017 I had the opportunity to attend a great workshop on Data-Driven Modeling of Collective Behavior organized by Jason Graham and Simon Garnier at SAMSI. Made some good progress on the coral research!

May 12, 2017 Laura Miller and I are attending the first international Cassiopea workshop this week in Key Largo, FL. We're looking forward to a week of nerding out about these awesome jellyfish!

March 2, 2017 The session on aquatic canopies organized for the ASLO 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting was a big success. We are now working on turning this session into a research topic with the Frontiers journal series. Stay tuned!

February 7, 2017 I am very honored to have been awarded one of two Student Research Support Awards that come with the 2017 Keohane Distinguished Visiting Professorship awarded to Professor Adam Summers. Prof. Summers is spending this Spring semester working with faculty and students from the Physical Biology of Organisms group.

January 31, 2017 The cuttlefish bioacoustics project got highlighted in a post on Ocean Views, National Geographic's blog dedicated to our oceans and seas.

January 31, 2017 The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) recently posted a press release about the latest pulsing coral data I presented at their annual meeting earlier this month.January 4, 2017 Arrived in New Orleans, ready for the annual SICB meeting where I will be presenting some of my data on the collective behavior of pulsing corals.

October 29, 2016 Off to Israel to participate in the very inspiring Microscale Ocean Biophysics meeting and collect new field data at the Inter-University Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat.

August 25, 2016 I am very proud and very excited to announce that I got awarded the HHMI International Student Research Fellowship for the last two years of my Ph.D.!!! This fellowship will allow me to delve even deeper into my research and explore some riskier ideas in my thesis.

August 24, 2016 I will be hosting a session on aquatic canopies at the ASLO 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Honolulu, together with Brian White and Virginia Pasour. Abstracts due October 14!

July 14, 2016 I presented the latest results on collective pulsing behavior and fluid dynamics in xeniid corals at the joint ESMTB-SMB meeting in Nottingham.

July 12, 2016 Aran Mooney presented our latest results on squid bioacoustics at the 4th International Conference on the Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life in Dublin.

July 12, 2016 The Miller Lab visited the Physical Ecology Lab at the University of Lincoln.

July 5, 2016 I presented the latest on my coral research at the annual SEB meeting in Brighton.

June 25, 2016 Second paper on cephalopod bioacoustics published in the Journal of Comparative Physiology A. Read the abstract and download the pdf here.