Publications

      1. Humberto Mestre, Ting Du, Amanda M. Sweeney, Guojun Liu, Andrew J. Samson, Weiguo Peng, Kristian Nygaard Mortensen, Frederik Filip Stæger, Peter A. R. Bork, Logan Bashford, Edna R. Toro, Jeffrey Tithof, Douglas H. Kelley, Poul G. Hjorth, Erik A. Martens, Rupal I. Mehta, Orestes Solis, Pablo Blinder, David Kleinfeld, Hajime Hirase, Yuki Mori, Maiken Nedergaard. “Cerebrospinal fluid influx drives acute ischemic tissue swelling.” Submitted.
      2. Jeffrey Tithof, Douglas H. Kelley, Humberto Mestre, Maiken Nedergaard, and John H. Thomas. “Hydraulic resistance of perivascular spaces in the brain.” Fluids Barriers CNS 16 (2019): 19. [Link]
      3. Benjamin C. Martell, Jeffrey Tithof, and Douglas H. Kelley. “Comparing free surface and interface motion in electromagnetically driven thin-layer flows.” Phys. Rev. Fluids. 4 (2019): 043904. [Link]
      4. Humberto Mestre*, Jeffrey Tithof*, Ting Du, Wei Song, Weiguo Peng, Amanda M. Sweeney, Genaro Olveda, John H. Thomas, Maiken Nedergaard, and Douglas H. Kelley. “Flow of cerebrospinal fluid is driven by arterial pulsations and is reduced in hypertension.” Nature Commun 9 (2018): 1-9. *Denotes equal contribution. [Link] [Movie 1, Movie 2, Movie 3, Movie 4]
      5. Benjamin A. Plog, Humberto Mestre, Genaro Olveda, H. Mark Kenney, Alexander Cove, Kosha Y. Dholakia, Jeffrey Tithof, Thomas D. Nevins, Iben Lundgaard, Ting Du, Douglas H. Kelley, and Maiken Nedergaard. “Transcranial optical imaging reveals a pathway for optimizing the delivery of immunotherapeutics to the brain.” JCI Insight 3 (2018): e120922. [Link] [Movie 1, Movie 2, Movie 3, Movie 4]
      6. Balachandra Suri, Jeffrey Tithof, Roman O. Grigoriev, and Michael F. Schatz. “Unstable equilibria and invariant manifolds in a quasi-two-dimensional Kolmogorov-like flow.” Phys. Rev. E 98 (2018): 023105. [Link]
      7. Jeffrey Tithof, Benjamin C. Martell, and Douglas H. Kelley. “Three-dimensionality of one- and two-layer electromagnetically driven thin-layer flows.” Phys. Rev. Fluids. 3 (2018): 064602. [Link]
      8. Jinge Wang, Jeffrey Tithof, Thomas D. Nevins, Rony O. Colón, and Douglas H. Kelley. “Optimal stretching in the reacting wake of a bluff body.” Chaos 27 (2017): 123109. [Link]
      9. Jeffrey Tithof, Balachandra Suri, Ravi Kumar Pallantla, Roman O. Grigoriev, and Michael F. Schatz.  “Bifurcations in a quasi-two-dimensional Kolmogorov-like flow.” J. Fluid Mech. 828 (2017): 837–866. [Link]
      10. Balachandra Suri*, Jeffrey Tithof*, Roman O. Grigoriev, and Michael F. Schatz.  “Forecasting Fluid Flows Using the Geometry of Turbulence.” Phys. Rev. Lett. 118 (2017): 114501.  *Denotes equal contribution. Selected as an Editors’ Suggestion. [Link] [Movie 1, Movie 2]
      11. Miroslav Kramar, Rachel Levanger, Jeffrey Tithof, Balachandra Suri, Mu Xu, Mark Paul, Michael F. Schatz, and Konstantin Mischaikow. “Analysis of Kolmogorov Flow and Rayleigh-Bénard Convection using Persistent Homology.”  Physica D 334 (2016): 82. [Link]
      12. Balachandra Suri, Jeffrey Tithof, Radford Mitchell, Jr., Roman O. Grigoriev, and Michael F. Schatz.  “Velocity profile in a two-layer Kolmogorov-like flow.” Phys. Fluids 26.5 (2014): 053601. [Link]
      13. T. Papenbrock, Z. Pluhar, J. Tithof, and H. A. Weidenmüller.  “Chaos in fermionic many-body systems and the metal-insulator transition.” Phys. Rev. E 83.3 (2011): 031130. [Link]
      14. Yuri Kamyshkov, Jeffrey Tithof, and Mikhail Vysotsky.  “Bounds on new light particles from high-energy and very small momentum transfer np elastic scattering data.”  Phys. Rev. D 78 (2008): 114029. [Link]
  1. Dissertation

    Jeffrey Tithof. Novel Methods of Dimensionality Reduction Applied to a Two-Dimensional Fluid Flow. Diss., Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 2016. [Link]