The fields of discrete and continuous dynamical systems have revolutionized the way in which mathematical models are developed and analyzed in a vast array of applications. In particular, fluids play a prominent role within many of the major economic sectors, such as energy, healthcare, industrials and materials. Understanding fluids, which encompass liquids, gases, and plasma, and their vast array of behaviors is critical to improving and developing a variety of applications. The ability to create and analyze mathematical models that accurately describe fluids therefore plays a crucial part in the overall development of science, technology, and industry. The Dynamical Systems and Fluid Dynamics concentration will provide an opportunity for students to apply fundamental knowledge to nonlinear phenomena and fluids-related problems, with research projects focused on the mathematical challenges inherent in understanding and predicting the behavior of biomedical fluids, aerosol dispersion, oil recovery, climate, natural disasters, and fuel efficiency, among others.