The Computational Soft Matter Research Group at Rad Lab is interested in interdisciplinary research at the intersection of computational science and engineering, physics, applied mathematics, and bioengineering. The central aim of our research group is the development of multiscale modeling and novel simulation methods to study mechanics and physics of soft matter, transport of particles and cells, and biological flows. Additionally, we explore interfacial transport processes in heterogeneous materials, which has applications in many fields ranging from enhanced oil recovery to targeted drug delivery. Our work benefits the environment, energy production, and biomedicine.
We have an opening for a fully-funded PhD position in the areas of multiphase flows and interfacial transport phenomena involving droplet/particle interactions! Please refer to this job posting for Spring/Fall 2023.
We welcome motivated undergraduate students to our group. Students should contact me for more information.