In the Applied Interdisciplinary Research on Flow Systems (AIRFlowS) Lab, we study a wide range of environmental, geophysical, and biological flow systems that are diverse in nature, scale, and physics. With a synergistic blend of numerical simulations, theory, experiments, and observations we characterize the transport of momentum, heat, pollutants (aerosols and gases), hazardous agents, or diseases in these systems. Our research is highly interdisciplinary integrating knowledge of fluid dynamics, computational sciences, atmospheric, Earth and environmental sciences, and renewable energy. The AIRFlowS Lab is led by Dr. Hosein Foroutan in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech.