Z. Jane Wang
Physics of living organisms; biological fluid dynamics; computations
Current Research Interest
Insect flight—how do they fly, why do they fly so well, and how can we infer their thoughts from their flight?
American Physical Society Fellow
Radcliffe Fellowship for Advanced Study
David and Lucile Packard Fellowship in Science and Engineering
Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award
National Science Foundation Early Career Award
Cornell Provost's Award for Excellence in Research
Z. Jane Wang. “Insect Flight: From Newton's law to Neurons.” Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics 7 (2016): 281-300.
Z. Jane Wang. “Two-Dimensional Mechanism for Insect Hovering.” Physical Review Letters 85, no. 10 (2000): 2216-2219.