My fields are the physics of music and speech, and cellular biophysics.
Our group studies the acoustics of musical instruments and of the vocal tract, and the production and analysis of sound by physiological, mechanical and electronic systems. John Smith and I have developed a technique for rapid, precise measurement of acoustic impedance spectra and transfer functions. We use this technique to study musical instruments and the human vocal tract and its involvement in speech, singing and wind instrument performance.
Important examples of cellular thermodynamics occur in cryobiology and anhydrobiology. Many living tissues are damaged by freezing and/or dehydration. I study the thermal physics of these processes at scales from the ultrastructural to the environmental.
More info: http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/STAFF/ACADEMIC/wolfe.html