Kerry K. Kuehn

I am a Professor in the Department of Physics at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee. My laboratory work is devoted primarily to the physics of fluids. In recent years, I have published work on acoustic imaging of Rayleigh-Benard convection, the dynamics of vortex rings, and computational analysis of tidal instabilities on multi-moon planets.

I am currently working toward developing an apparatus to study the fluid dynamics of thin soap films, and am seeking students who are interested in working on this project. Other ongoing student projects include astrophotography and text-processing using the google N-gram databases. Please contact me if you are a student and are looking to get involved!

In addition to my laboratory research, I recently wrote a four-volume book entitled A Student's Guide through the Great Physics Texts. This part-textbook-part-anthology, published as part of Springer's Undergraduate Lecture Notes in Physics series, provides students and interested lay-readers with an introduction to physics based on the reading and analysis of some of the great texts of physics and astronomy.

For detailed information on my various projects and activities, please explore the links on this website.