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David Lentink

Titles
Dr. ir.
Initials
D.
Main position
Assistant professor
Disciplines
Bioinformatics, biomathematics
Since
17-03-2011
End membership
01-04-2016
Employed by
Stanford University
Mechanical Engineering Department
Building 550, Room 115, 416 Escondido Mall
94305-4021   Stanford
tel.   00 1 650 721 9433
dlentink@stanford.edu
Personal website Research/publications

David Lentink (1975) is fascinated by flying and swimming. How do animals do that?

The combination of exact sciences (biology, technology, design) and social sciences (psychology) makes his research unique. He discovered that the twirling seeds of maple trees, just like insects and bats, create extra lift thanks to a strong vortex above the wing. His work has been featured on the cover of the leading journals Science and Nature. Lentink's team was awarded the 2010 Academic Annual Prize for the ‘Vliegkunstenaars’ project.

Lentink, Dr. ir. D. (David)
  • Fluid Mechanics, Biomechanics, Design, Mechanical Engineering

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