Successful ARCHER RAP project grant

Benzi John (PI) and David Emerson (Co-I) have successfully won about 32, 000 KAU (~ £18,000) frunding from EPSRC to run large-scale simulations on ARCHER. The project titled "High fidelity non-equilibrium DSMC flow simulations at scale using SPARTA" will run for 12 months, starting from August 1st 2017. More information here.

Fond farewell to Kayleigh; and a warm welcome to Andrea!

We're sad to say goodbye to Kayleigh Hyslop, who has been our Programme Administrator for the past year or so. Kayleigh is off to teach scuba diving in the British Virgin Islands (wouldn't we all, if we could?). We wish her all the best and thank her for her hard work in setting up the Programme; and particularly for making our `research creativity' day such a success.

The good news is that Andrea Cooper joined us at the end of May, and is settling into her new role fast. Andrea will be working two days a week, based in Engineering at Warwick. She's looking forward to working with everyone, and I'm sure you'll hear more from her soon!

The 30th Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting

The members of MNF (from the University of Edinburgh) attended the 30th Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting, which took place on Friday 19 May 2017 at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow (hopefully we will see the meeting photograph later)Our group members Dr Rohit Pillai and Sree Hari gave the poster and oral presentations (Wetting dynamics of nanodroplets on vibrating surface, and Bridge growth anomalies during nanodroplet coalescence) separately. It was a great opportunity to communicate with other researchers from different background (Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering) and see the wide applications of their research to engineering and science problems (stability of oil/water bi-layer free filmheterogeneous porous media flows, cellar blood flow and nanodroplets). The next meeting will be held at the University of Aberdeen next year.

Dr Anirudh Singh Rana wins prestigious Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellowship at Warwick

Congratulation to Anirudh who has won a highly competitive two-year fellowship at the Institute of Advanced Study in Warwick through their WIRL-COFUND scheme. Anirudh will continue to work in our Group but will also be driving his research in new exciting directions which he proposed for this fellowship.

Dr Stephen Longshaw invited to speak at PARENG 2017

Stephen will be giving a talk at the international conference on parallel, distributed, grid and cloud computing (or PARENG) conference at the University of Pécs (Hungary) in late March 2017. 

This is the fifth edition of the conference series where he will be talking about some of the HPC aspects of code coupling at scale for multi-scale and multi-physics applications, as well as looking towards the concept of the digital product and how code coupling will play its part.

Dr Jun Zhang invited to speak at Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Jun gave an invited talk at Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences on January 4th, 2017. His talk was titled "Molecular simulation and multiscale modelling of nonequilibrium and noncontinuum flows" (in Chinese: 非平衡和非连续流的分子统计模拟与多尺度计算), and was given in front of audiences numbering about 50. The topics include his recent works on droplets and previous works on rarefied gas dynamics. 

Prof Jason Reese elected Fellow of the American Physical Society

Jason Reese has been elected Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) upon the recommendation of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics. The number of APS Fellows elected each year is limited to no more than one half of one percent of the total membership, so this is a prestigious recognition of Prof Reese’s outstanding contributions to the physics of fluids. 

The citation from the APS recognises Prof Reese “for original contributions to multiscale fluid dynamics research, unique work in rarefied gas dynamics, pioneering hybrid modelling, and simulation methods for flows at the micro- and nanoscales.”

The American Physical Society was founded in 1899 “to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics”. It publishes more than a dozen scientific journals, including the prestigious ‘Physical Review’ and ‘Physical Review Letters’, and organises more than twenty science meetings each year. The APS conducts extensive programs in education, public outreach, and media relations; APS divisions and topical groups cover all areas of physics research. Forums reflect the interests of its over 53,000 international members in broader issues, and sections are organised by geographical region.

Warwick welcome Livio and Juan!

This week, Warwick welcomes two post-doctoral researchers Livio Gibelli and Juan Padrino. Livio has a long track record in the development and applications of kinetic theory; he joins us from Politecnico de Torino. Juan has made contributions to a broad range of fields, in particular, potential-flow modelling of viscous fluids; he joins us from Los Alamos National Laboratory. This is a picture of the whole Warwick team together after Juan and Livio's welcome lunch...

Welcome to Mike and Chengxi!

Welcome to Mike and Chengxi, who earlier this month started their PhD journey with the Micro & Nano Flows group at Warwick. Mike has a systems and software engineering background, and Chengxi has a variety of experience in computational fluid dynamics. Both will be focussing on aspects of nanoscale interfacial dynamics, drawing on a range of computational tools (e.g. from DSMC to MD).

Edinburgh welcomes Duncan, Sree Hari, and Wenjing

 Duncan Dockar and Sree Hari Dharmapalan have started their PhD research at Edinburgh this month (supervised by Matthew Borg and Jason Reese), alongside a new visitor to the partnership, Wenjing Zhou. Duncan recently graduated MEng from Edinburgh University, and Sree Hari graduated MTech from IIT Kharagpur, India. Wenjing has a PhD in engineering thermophysics from Xi’an Jiaotong University, China, and is staying with us for 12 months. We welcome all these new people to the partnership and look forward to working with them on various topics in nanoscale interfacial dynamics!

Dr Srinivasa Ramisetti gives a talk at 5th MNF conference

Dr Srinivasa Ramisetti gives a talk "Slip Flow Over Nano-Structured Surfaces With Entrapped Gas" on 12 September 2016 at the 5th Micro Nano Flows Conference in Milan, Italy.

Jason Reese invited to lecture at the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences (CISM)

Jason Reese was an Invited Lecturer on the Advanced School in "Multiscale Modeling of Flowing Soft Matter and Polymer Systems” in the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences (CISM), Udine, Italy from 25th to 29th July, 2016 (www.cism.it/courses/C1610/). Jason gave 6 lectures on state-of-the-art multiscale methods, ranging from particle and hydrodynamic techniques for rarefied gas dynamics to hybrid methods for water flows in nanostructured filtration membranes.

The 31st International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (RGD31)

The micro & nano flows group will be co-organising the next International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (RGD31). This prestigious and long-running event brings experts together, from across the globe, to discuss the curious behaviour of gas flows at very small scales or at high altitudes (i.e. in rarefied/non-equilibrium conditions).  The conference will be held in Glasgow in July 2018. Download the First Announcement, here.

 

Warwick welcome Anirudh and Mykyta

Anirudh Singh Rana and Mykyta Chubynsky have begun postdoctoral positions Warwick, where they will be based in the Mathematics Institute. Duncan and James are looking forward to working with Anirudh, who will be developing models for evaporation from nano-menisci, and Mykyta, who will incorporate rarefied gas dynamics into free surface flow phenomena. Anirudh and Mykyta are both keen to take the opportunity to collaborate with researchers from Daresbury and Edinburgh.

Jason Reese was invited to be a Plenary Speaker at the Summer School of MIGRATE

Jason Reese was a Plenary Speaker at the Summer School of MIGRATE (MIniaturized Gas flow foR Applications with enhanced Thermal Effects) in Strasbourg on 27th June, 2016. MIGRATE (www.migrate2015.eu) is an EU Horizon 2020 funded Marie Sklodowska-Curie action, which addresses some of the current challenges to innovation that face European industry with regard to heat and mass transfer in gas-based micro-scale processes. The associated ETN innovation training network has 10 beneficiaries and 6 associate organisations, spanning numerical, experimental, theoretical and applied research experts across academia, large scale industry and high-tech SMEs. Jason’s talk was entitled: “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: the challenges of simulating micro gas flows for technological design”.

Micro & Nano Flows researchers give invited talks at TUM workshop on hybrid methods

Duncan Lockerby gave an invited talk at a workshop on "Hybrid simulation methods in fluid dynamics: models, software and applications” at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), June 20th-21st, 2016. His talk was entitled "A hybrid model for high aspect-ratio micro/nano flows: transient problems and on-the-fly machine learning”. Jason Reese, who co-chaired the event, delivered a talk on “Water flow in nanotubes: an important engineering opportunity and a testbed for hybrid methods”.

David Emerson succeeds in joint EPSRC grant application with the University of Birmingham and the University of Surrey

David Emerson has been successful in a recent joint EPSRC grant application (EP/N033841/1) with the University of Birmingham and the University of Surrey in a four-year project that seeks to develop an integrated multiscale hybrid framework for modelling complex two-phase solid-liquid flows.

David Emerson visits the State Key Laboratory of Hydraulics and Mountain River Engineering at Sichuan University

David Emerson visited the State Key Laboratory of Hydraulics and Mountain River Engineering at Sichuan University (Chengdu, China) in May to discuss high performance computing and open-source software. He also gave a talk at the Parallel CFD conference in Kobe (Japan) on the inverse Magnus effect in high-speed rarefied flow.

James Sprittles invited to speak at the SIAM Student Chapter's Annual Conference at Imperial College London

James Sprittles was an invited speaker at the SIAM Student Chapter's Annual Conference at Imperial College London with a talk entitled Formation & Coalescence of Liquid Drops.  A week later he gave a seminar in Engineering at the University of Cambridge on Singular Capillary Flows.

Dr Jun Zhang gives a talk at EMN meeting on droplets 2016

Dr Jun Zhang attended the EMN meeting on droplets in San Sebastian, Spain on May 9-14. He gave an invited talk on the evaporation of salt water droplets and electrowetting: "Controlling the Deposit Patterns of Evaporated Salt Water Nano Droplets Using Electric Fields". In addition, he was one of the session chairs for droplet dynamics. 

Dr Matthew Borg gives a talk on multiscale methods at the 2016 SIAM conference

This week Dr Matthew Borg attended the 2016 SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science in Philadelphia and gave an invited talk on his recent multiscale methods at the mini symposium: "Multiscale Modelling Methods for Complex Fluids and Soft Matter".

Research Fellow opportunity in nanoscale fluid mechanics

 Research fellow opportunity in nanoscale fluid mechanics. Join our group - See here

New paper published in the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer

New research article published by the group in the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer on “Coupling heterogeneous continuum-particle fields to simulate non-isothermal microscale gas flows". You can download it here. Congratulations to Stephanie Docherty, who is lead author on this.

Prof. David R Emerson visits IBM's TJ Watson Research Center

This week Prof. David R Emerson has been visiting IBM's TJ Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights.

Dr James Sprittles visits the British Applied Mathematics Colloquium in Oxford

Dr James Sprittles, senior research fellow in the Mathematics Institute at the University of Warwick, recently chaired a session on capillary flows at the British Applied Mathematics Colloquium in Oxford. He also gave a talk on "Coalescence of liquid drops: modelling, simulation & scaling".

Prof. Jason Reese gives the Lord Kelvin Medal Lecture at the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Prof. Jason Reese gave the Lord Kelvin Medal Lecture at the Royal Society of Edinburgh on Monday 4 April 2016. His talk was titled "Best of both worlds? How scale affects science and engineering for society”, and was given in front of a general public audience numbering about 70.

New paper published in Langmuir

New research article published by the group in Langmuir "Electrowetting controls the deposit patterns of evaporated salt water nano droplets". You can download it here. Congratulations to Jun Zhang, who is lead author on this.

New £3.4M EPSRC grant awarded to the micro nano flows group

A 5-year EPSRC Programme Grant has been awarded to the group in “Nano-engineered flow technologies: simulation for design across scale and phase” EP/N016602/1. The grant will fund 25 years of post-doctoral researcher time, and is supported by a range of industrial partners. The programme is further supported by 8 fully-funded PhD scholarships (from the Universities of Warwick and Edinburgh, and Daresbury Laboratory).

Successful ARCHER leadership projects grant

Matthew Borg (PI) and Jason Reese (Co-I) have successfully won £56k (equivalent to 100,000 KAU’s supercomputing time) funding from EPSRC to run large-scale multiscale simulations on ARCHER. The project is entitled “Multiscale simulation of interfacial dynamics for breakthrough nano/micro-flow engineering applications” and will run for 24 months starting from 1st November 2015.

Grant success from the Leverhulme Trust

James (Principal Investigator) and Duncan (Co Investigator) have secured a Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant on "Skating on thin nanofilms - how liquid drops impact solids". Read James' blog here.

New paper published in Physical Review E

Our paper "Wetting and evaporation of salt-water nanodroplets: A molecular dynamics investigation" has now been published in the following issue of the Physical Review E: volume 92, issue 5 (2015).

Authors: Jun Zhang, Matthew K. Borg, Khellil Sefiane, Jason M. Reese

New paper published in the Journal of Applied Physics

Our paper "Generalizing Murray's law: An optimization principle for fluidic networks of arbitrary shape and scale" has now been published in the following issue of the Journal of Applied Physics: volume 118, issue 17 (2015).

Authors: David Stephenson, Alexander Patronis, David M. Holland, Duncan A. Lockerby

New paper published in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics

Our paper "Hybrid molecular-continuum simulations of water flow through carbon nanotube membranes of realistic thickness" has now been published in the following issue of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics: volume 19, Issue 5 (2015), page 997-1010.

Authors: Konstantinos Ritos, Matthew K. Borg, Duncan A. Lockerby, David R. Emerson, Jason M. Reese

Congratulations to Dr Konstantinos Ritos

Congratulations to Dr Konstantinos Ritos, a previous researcher in our group, who has been appointed Lecturer in Multi-Physics Fluid Mechanics, in the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department of Strathclyde University, from 1 November 2015.

Dr Jun Zhang presents our work at Droplets2015

Dr Jun Zhang presented our latest work on molecular simulations of evaporating salt droplet in the Droplets2015 international conference at the University of Twente, on 6-8 October 2015.

Congratulations to Dr Stephanie Docherty

Since successfully defending her thesis, programme researcher Dr Stephanie Docherty has been employed by JGA Fire Engineering Consultants, in Edinburgh, from 1 October 2015.

Prof Jason Reese visits John Hopkins University

Prof Jason Reese is a Visiting Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department of Johns Hopkins University in the USA until December 2015, and is giving invited talks about the research of the Programme at MIT, Brown University, and the University of Maryland, as well as at the 66th annual APS Division of Fluid Dynamics conference in Boston on 22-24 November 2015.

Lecturer at Edinburgh

Congratulations to Matthew Borg who has been appointed a Lecturer at Edinburgh University!

Dr David Holland, Dr David Stephenson, and Dr Alexander Patronis

Congratulations to David, David and Alex on passing their PhD vivas, subject to minor corrections!
Also, congratulations to David Holland on getting a position with Fluid Gravity Engineering Ltd, and Alex for being awarded a prestigious EPSRC Doctoral Prize!

MiR@W day: Understanding Small-Scale Flows

Announcing the MiR@W day: Understanding Small-Scale Flows - Monday 8th June 2015. No registration is required but everyone who is interested is invited.

Successful EPSRC grant proposal to access ARCHER supercomputer

Matthew Borg (PI) and Jason Reese (Co-I) have successfully won £10k (equivalent to 16 MAU’s supercomputing time) funding from an EPSRC Resource Allocation Panel to run large-scale MD simulations on ARCHER. The project is entitled “Parallel Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Nanoscale Desalination Membranes” and will run for 6 months starting from 1st March 2015. More info can be found here.

Latest publication from our group

The latest article from our group has just been published in the Journal of Computational Physics

DA Lockerby, A Patronis, MK Borg, JM Reese (2015) Asynchronous coupling of hybrid models for efficient simulation of multiscale systems. Journal of Computational Physics, 284:261-272

Download the full paper here

Dr Konstantinos Ritos

Congratulations to Konstantinos Ritos - awarded his PhD yesterday (with “no corrections”!) after a viva examined by Prof Jens Harting (Eindhoven University) and Dr James Biggs (Strathclyde University).

Well done, Dr Ritos!

 

Top 5 download from Journal of Computational Physics

Our recent paper is number 5 on the list of most downoaded papers from the Journal of Computational Physics!

You can download it here: Multiscale simulation of non-isothermal microchannel gas flows.

Welcome to Stephen Longshaw!

Welcome to Stephen Longshaw! He joins the group this week as a research fellow based at Daresbury Laboratory.

David Stephenson's Published in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics

David Stephenson has had a paper accepted for publication in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. Title: “Multiscale simulation of nanofluidic networks of arbitrary complexity” – download a preprint here. Congratulations to David, and also Matthew Borg (co-author). Funding for gold-level open-access publication has also been approved.

Visit of Prof. Leandro Alcoforado Sphaier

Prof. Leandro Alcoforado Sphaier visits Warwick this week to discuss his research at the Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil.

Welcome Ajit Mahendra

Welcome to Ajit Mahendra! A post-doctoral research fellow starting today at Warwick.

Welcome Jun Zhang and Srinivasa Ramisetti

Welcome to Jun Zhang and Srinivasa Ramisetti, who have recently joined our research partnership and programme. Jun is based at Strathclyde, and Srinivasa is our first researcher at Edinburgh!

Alex Patronis wins "Best Paper"

Alex Patronis won “Best Paper” at the Warwick Engineering Postgraduate Symposium 2014. Congratulations, Alex!

Welcome Neil Haria

Welcome to Neil Haria, who has just joined the research partnership. Neil is a research fellow and will be based at Warwick, working on molecular dynamics simulations of flows driven by electro-osmosis.

Dates for the Diary

Some dates for your diaries - the next Programme Workshop with researcher presentations will be on 27-28 March 2014 in Edinburgh.

Colloquium at Daresbury Lab - 19th-20th December 2013

We are organising a Colloquium at Daresbury Lab on 19-20 December 2013: “Opportunities and Challenges in Non-Continuum and Multiscale Fluid Dynamics”. The first day will be keynote talks by national and international experts, the second day will be a participant-driven ‘unconference’! More info nearer the time... 

 

Congratulations to Alessio Alexiadis!

Congratulations to Alessio Alexiadis on obtaining a lectureship in Chemical Engineering at the University of Birmingham!

Programme Workshop and Steering & Impact Committee (SIC) Meeting

The next programme workshop will be on Thursday 27 September 2012, and the meeting of the Steering & Impact Committee (SIC) will be the following day. The workshop will be in Leamington Spa, and the SIC will be hosted by Jaguar Land Rover in Gaydon (near Leamington Spa). 

Stephanie Docherty wins "Best Paper Prize"

Stephanie Docherty won the Best Paper Prize in her session at the 9th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics (HEFAT2012) in Malta recently. Her paper title was "Boundary Conditions for Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Water Transport Through Carbon Nanotubes", and Matthew Borg was a co-author on this too. Well done Steph!

Our “Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Multi-Scale Flows on GPUs“ Application

I’m pleased to report that our application “Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Multi-Scale Flows on GPUs“ for university Distributed CSE Support for software development to speed-up our simulations on GPUs has been funded for 12 months.  This means that Saif Mulla will continue working with us (and also now NAG Ltd) on the software development of our models and the improvement of their performance.  Spela was the main mover behind this application, with valuable help from Saif, so many congratulations to them both on this success!

 

Welcome Saif Mulla

Welcome to Saif Mulla, who joined the Programme today as GPU Software Developer, working at Strathclyde on connecting molecular dynamics on GPUs into our OpenFOAM code on CPUs.

Welcome Alessio Alexiadis

Welcome to Alessio Alexiadis who joined the Programme today as a post-doctoral research fellow. He will be working, based at Warwick, on Molecular Dynamics and coupling.

“Molecular Interactions to Hydrodynamic Flows: a workshop on multiscale flows modelling, simulations and applications” Workshop in December

The Strathclyde group is organising a workshop on 13-14 December in Glasgow “Molecular Interactions to Hydrodynamic Flows: a workshop on multiscale flows modelling, simulations and applications”. Kun Xu of HKUST and Nicolas Hadjiconstantinou of MIT are visiting at the same time, and will also give talks. Contact Yonghao Zhang yonghao.zhang@strath.ac.uk for more details. 

Duncan Lockerby's Visit to the Strathclyde Group

Duncan Lockerby from Warwick will be visiting the group at Strathclyde the week 12-16 December to discuss research ideas and results. Matthew Borg will be in Strathclyde at the same time.

Maggie from Daresbury works with the Group at Strathclyde

Maggie from Daresbury is this week working in the group at Strathclyde on how to use MD in OpenFOAM, with William and Konstantinos.

Programme Workshop in April

The next programme workshop will be on Wednesday 18 April 2012, and the meeting of the Steering & Impact Committee will be the following day. Both will be at Warwick University. 

Dave Holland and Dave Stephenson work with the Strathclyde Group

Dave Holland and Dave Stephenson from Warwick are working in the group at Strathclyde this week on how to use MD in OpenFOAM, with William Nicholls and Konstantinos Ritos.

OpenFOAM Foundation and Advanced Courses

Stephanie and Maggie will be attending the OpenFOAM Foundation and Advanced Courses in London on 16-19 January 2012.

Welcome Alex Patronis, Dave Stephenson, Dave Holland, and Ben Collyer

Welcome to Alex Patronis, Dave Stephenson, Dave Holland, and Ben Collyer, who joined the Programme over the last month as new PhD students. They will all be based at Warwick.

Welcome Stephanie Docherty and Malgorzata Zimon

Welcome to Stephanie Docherty and Malgorzata Zimon, who joined the Programme today as new PhD students. Stephanie will be based at Strathclyde, and Malgorzata at Daresbury.

Committee meeting

Second Steering & Impact Committee meeting (Reaction Engines Ltd, Culham Science Centre, Abingdon). 

Technical workshop

Second Technical Workshop for Programme Researchers (Magdalen College, Oxford) 

Micro and Nano Flows Conference

Programme Investigator, Dr Duncan Lockerby, and programme Researcher, Matthew Borg, present papers at the 3rd Micro and Nano Flows Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece 

Carlos and Alex Plan to Attend the OpenFOAM Foundation and Advanced Courses

Carlos Duque and Alex Patronis will also (see notice for 15/8/11) be attending the OpenFOAM Foundation and Advanced Courses in London on 12-15 September 2011.

Spela Ivekovic Plans to Attend the OpenFOAM Foundation and Advanced Courses

Spela Ivekovic will be attending the OpenFOAM Foundation and Advanced Courses in London on 12-15 September 2011. Both courses are run by our open source partner in this programme, OpenCFD Ltd. OpenFOAM is the analysis software we use to run the vast majority of our simulations http://www.openfoam.com/

Congratulations to Konstantinos Ritos

Konstantinos Ritos has been accepted for participation in a course that is important for our research: the CECAM Summer School 2011 on “Fast Methods for Long-Range Interactions in Complex Systems” www.fz-juelich.de/cecam-ss This Summer School will be held at the Juelich Supercomputing Centre (JSC), Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany, from 12-16 September 2011.

 

Ben Collyer Joins the Programme

Ben Collyer from the Complexity Science Doctoral Training Centre (at Warwick), starts work on the programme today, and will be with us for at least the next 3 months. More details of his mini-project will appear soon.

Congratulations William Nicholls

I’m very pleased to report that William Nicholls won 1st prize in the “Early Career Researchers Improving Lives Competition” in the Glasgow City of Science and Glasgow Science Festival for his research on Simulating the Fast Transport of Water Through Carbon Nanotubes. Many congratulations to William on this success!

First Steering & Impact Committee meeting (Ross Priory, Loch Lomond).

First Steering & Impact Committee meeting (Ross Priory, Loch Lomond). 

First Technical Workshop for Programme Researchers (Ross Priory, Loch Lomond).

First Technical Workshop for Programme Researchers (Ross Priory, Loch Lomond). 

Article published

EPSRC Programme Grant "Non-Equilibrium Fluid Dynamics for Micro/Nano Engineering Systems" Kicks off.

EPSRC Programme Grant “Non-Equilibrium Fluid Dynamics for Micro/Nano Engineering Systems” Kicks off. 

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Recent Publications

R Pillai, JD Berry, DJE Harvie, MR Davidson (2017) Electrophoretically mediated partial coalescence of a charged microdropChemical Engineering Science, 169: 273-283. (access here)

JF Xie, BY Cao (2017) Fast nanofluidics by travelling surface wavesMicrofluidics and Nanofluidics, 21: 111 (access here)

AP Gaylard, A Kabanovs, J Jilesen, K Kirwan, DA Lockerby (2017) Simulation of rear surface contamination for a simple bluff bodyJournal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 165: 13-22. (full paper here)