The Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute is located on the ground floor of the Keen Building, Suite 018, on FSU's main campus. Its primary function is to support and foster those theoretical, experimental, numerical, and observational studies of natural environmental fluid flows that transcend traditional departmental disciplines. These facilities include an open laboratory for hydrodynamics experiments; computing facilities; a colloquium and reading room; a fully equipped machine shop; and faculty, staff, and student offices.

    Melvin Stern Seminar Room and Library

    Classroom/Seminar Room at GFDI. Also contains books and periodicals for students and associates.


    Facilities for experimental fluid dynamics

    Machine Shop

    GFDI houses a fully-equipped machine shop and electronics lab for use by researchers

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