Poster Programme

 
Poster Session 1 - Tuesday 6 July, 16:25‒17:55pm

P1.1  
  

Advection-induced pumping and mixing in active microchannels
Gonçalo Antunes, Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nürnberg for Renewable Energy, Germany

P1.2

The role of the solvent and nonionic surfactant in the self-assembly of cellulose nanocrystals
David Attia, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

P1.3

A new approach to the electrical conductivity theory for suspensions
Svitlana Balika, Odesa I. I. Mechnikov National University, Ukraine

P1.4

Command of active droplets by patterned topological defects and laser tweezers
Hend Baza, Kent State University, USA

P1.5

Imaging of biologically relevant lyotropic mesophases
Dominika Benkowska-Biernacka, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

P1.6

Boundary-interior principle for microbial navigation in complex geometries
Jan Cammann, Loughborough University, UK

P1.7

Phase transitions in a system with cluster-crystal formation
Rômulo Cenci, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil

P1.8

Colloidal Particle Focusing and Sorting in Microchannels via Solute Concentration Gradients
Adnan Chakra, Loughborough University, UK

P1.9

Self-Propulsion in rigid and deformable biological objects through diffusiophoresis phenomena
Prabha Chuphal, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), Russia

P1.10

Inverse design in trajectory space for nonequilibrium colloidal self-assembly
Avishek Das, University of California Berkeley, USA

P1.11

Dynamics of trapped artificial microswimmers in a shear flow
Tanwi Debnath, University of Calcutta, India

P1.12

Monomer aggregation and pretransitional ordering in DNA liquid crystals
Simone Di Leo, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy

P1.13

Self assembled colloids and their aggregation in an anisotropic solvent
Devika Gireesan Sudha, University of California Merced, USA

P1.14

The anomalous transport of tracers in an active bath
Omer Granek, Technion, Israel

P1.15

Underscreening in concentrated electrolytes
Hannah Hayler, University of Oxford, UK

P1.16

Effects of hybrid lipids on the structure of a model cellular membrane of mixed lipids
Prashant Hitaishi, Shiv Nadar University, India

P1.17

Active Surfaces and Defect-Mediated Morphogenesis
Ludwig A Hoffmann, Leiden University, Netherlands

P1.18

Defect Loops in Three-Dimensional Active Nematics as Active Multipoles
Alexander Houston, University of Warwick, UK

P1.19

Cells moving against obstacles: the response of a drop of active matter to external forces
Aondoyima Ioratim-Uba, University of Bristol, UK
   
 
Poster Session 2 - Wednesday 7 July, 16:25‒17:55pm

P2.1

Viscosity of a solution of polyelectrolytes near the rod limit 
Dora Izzo, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

P2.2

Constructing many-body mesoscopic models of fluids from bottom-up coarse-graining
Jaehyeok Jin, University of Chicago, USA

P2.3

Separation of Active-Dipolar Cubes In Applied Fields
Martin Kaiser, University of Vienna, Austria

P2.4


Estimate locus of critical point for hard-core potential like yukawa and bukingham with using global isomorphism approach
Andrey Katts, I.I. Mechnikov Odessa National University, Ukraine

P2.5

Stability of an axisymmetric fluid column with an anisotropic interfacial layer 
Jason Klebes, University of Leeds, UK

P2.6

Spatial extent of avalanches affects the yielding transition in amorphous solids 
Daniel Korchinski, University of British Columbia, Canada

P2.7

Geometric and Topological Entropies of Sphere Packing
Jack Logan, Stony Brook University, USA

P2.8

Nucleation in the two dimensional Ising model in the presence of random impurities
Dipanjan Mandal, University of Warwick, UK

P2.9

Directional assembly of DNA nano-chambers into polymer-like structures 
Deniz Mostarac, University of Vienna, Austria

P2.10

Magnetic nanogels in magnetic field 
Ivan Novikau, University of Vienna, Austria

P2.11

Control of motility and trajectories of active droplets in a nematic environment by light
Mojtaba Rajabi, Kent State University, USA

P2.12

Ferromagnetic Nematic Phases of Charged Magnetic Nanoplatelets 
Margaret Rosenberg, University of Vienna, Austria

P2.13

Shear-induced phase transition in aqueous solution of ionic liquids
Gunjan Sharma, Shiv Nadar University, India

P2.14

Thermo-orientational light action on liquid crystals with a free surface
Sergey Shvetsov, Lebedev Physical Institute / Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

P2.15

Reversible Trapping of Colloids in Microgrooved Channels by Diffusiophoresis
Naval Singh, Loughborough University, UK

P2.16

Phase behaviour of active Janus particles in three dimensions
Katherine Skipper, University of Bristol, UK

P2.17

Transition to collective motion in two-dimensional microswimmer suspensions
Viktor Skultety, The University of Edinburgh, UK

P2.18

Spontaneous formation of chiral domains in a flowing achiral nematic liquid crystal
Qing Zhang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

P2.19

Fabrication of porous poly(methyl methacrylate) membrane for passive cooling application
Thành Nguyễn Tuấn, University of Science and Technology of Hanoi, Vietnam

Key dates

Abstract submission deadline:

28 May 2021

Registration deadline:

30 June 2021


   

Organised by the IOP Liquids and Complex Fluids Group


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