Our group studies a broad range of topics in Soft Matter. We utilize a variety of methods and approaches covering experiment, theory, and simulation. Our research
interests lie squarely in the intersection of physics, chemistry, biology and materials science. Our lab is interdisciplinary, but we are also involved in several multi-investigator projects.
Current areas of interest are Active Matter, coupled non-linear chemical oscillators, protein crystallization, microfluidics, colloidal liquid crystals, DNA - colloid self-assembly.
Our recent work exploring flows in confined 3D active fluids was published in Science, and highlighted in Perspective and Physics world. Download the paper and the perspective here.
Congratulations to our newest PhD Dr. Camille Girabawe