Chengxi Zhao

PhD Student, University of Warwick

I have obtained my Master degree of fluid mechanics at Northwestern Polytechnical University in China in April 2016. Now I am a PhD student in the research group Micro and Nano Flows for Engineering at the School of Engineering, University of Warwick. My PhD research focuses on modelling coalescence and breakup with Molecular Dynamics. Other research interests include supersonic nonequilibrium flows and fluid-structure interaction.

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Dissolution without dispe...

Microfluid facilities (Lab-on-Chips) are crucial to the modern biology diagnostic devices (i.e. preg

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BAMC (24-26, April, Bath,...

The British Applied Mathematics Colloquium (BAMC) was held on April 24/26 at the University of Bath.

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Thermal fluctuations in n...

My current research focuses on the hydrodynamics fluctuations in nano-jets. The earliest research (M

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