Haley Wohlever


Ph.D. Student at UC Berkeley
Mechanical Engineering

I am a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering working with Prof. Philip Marcus. I am also part of UC Berkeley’s Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water Systems (InFEWS) program. My research interests include computational fluid dynamics and development engineering.

Prior to joining this lab, I received my Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Rochester (2019) where I graduated as a National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges Scholars Program alumna with a focus on providing access to clean water.

Outside of academics, I spend most of my time running and wishing Berkeley had less hills.

Email: haley.wohlever@berkeley.edu

Research at CFD Lab with Prof. Marcus:

Conference Papers/Abstracts

Haley Wohlever, Mani Mahdinia, Philip S. Marcus (2023) Nonlinear Stability and Evolution of 3D Vortices in Rotating Stratified Flows, APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, p. ZC38-001, url

Haley Wohlever, Philip S. Marcus, Joseph A. Barranco, Aidi Zhang (2022) The Creation of 3D Zonal Flows, their Spacings, Rhines Scaling, Turbulence, and Inverse Cascades in Atmospheres and Oceans, APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, p. J33-010, url