Shiwani Singh

Research Fellow, University of Warwick

My primary research interest is the development of kinetic theory beyond Navier-Stokes Equation.

I received Ph. D. on the topic of ‘Lattice Fokker Planck for complex fluid’. I am currently working in the Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick, where I am involved in the multi-scale modelling of polymer solutions. Prior to that, I spend a couple of year in Kyushu University, Japan working on the modeling of micro to nano scale flows.

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JFM Perspectives...

JFM Perspectives is a very recent undertaking of Journal of Fluid Mechanics where a detailed survey

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Beetle scales hold secret...

  Recently, Laura and I attended the conference-Physical Aspects of Polymer Science in Linco

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Big data: the end of the ...

Recently, I came across an interesting article discussing the impact of current capability to produc

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