Journal Cover Frontispiece
Our article on “Cellular Targeting of Flexible Polymeric Nanoparticles” is highlighted as the frontispiece of Advanced Materials Interfaces |Wiley.
Last Day of Fall 2021 Class
It’s a wrap. Last day of Fluid Mechanics (ME304) class.
Abdullah presented at APS-DFD 2021
Abdullah presented his research in Drops: Coalescence Session at the American Physical Society- Division of Fluid Dynamics (APS-DFD) 2021 meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
Dr. Farokhirad presented at APS-DFD 2021
Dr. Farokhirad presented her work in Particle-laden Flows: Non-Spherical Particles II Session at the American Physical Society- Division of Fluid Dynamics (APS-DFD) 2021 meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
NIH Early Career Reviewer (ECR) program
Dr. Farokhirad was accepted into the Early Career Reviewer (ECR) program at the Center for Scientific Review (CSR), NIH.
Check out our new publication!
Our work on investigating “Biophysical Considerations in the Rational Design and Cellular Targeting of Flexible Polymeric Nanoparticles“ just came out online in Advanced Materials Interfaces.
AIChE Annual meeting, 2021
Together with Prof. Joel Plawsky of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Dr. Farokhirad will be chairing “Fundamental Research in Transport Processes” session for the AIChE Annual meeting, 2021.
Abdullah Passed the Ph.D. Qualifier Exam
September 29, 2021
Congratulations to Abdullah for successfully passing his PhD qualifier exam.
Frontiers Editorial Board
April 7, 2021
Jaime Presented at 12th Annual GS-LAMP/NNJ-B2B STEM Research Conference
March 5, 2021
Jaime attended the 12th Annual GS-LAMP/NNJ-B2B STEM Research Conference and presented an oral talk about his work on “a systematic review of water-oil behavior in relation to the secondary-oil recovery”.
POF Referee acknowledgment for 2020
March 3, 2021
Dr. Farokhirad was acknowledged for contributing reviews to Physics of Fluids.
Abdullah Presented at the NCS14 Workshop
January 15, 2021
Abdullah attended the 14th Northeast Complex Fluid and Soft Matter Workshop and presented an oral talk about his work on Data driven sparse estimation of nonlinear fluid flow from limited sensor data.
Dr. Farokhirad served as the chair and organizer of the NCS14 Virtual Workshop
January 15, 2021
Dr. Farokhirad served as the chair and organizer of the 14th Northeast Complex Fluid and Soft Matter Workshop.
14th Northeast Complex Fluids and Soft Matter Workshop
January 2021 (view event flyer)
The Northeast Complex Fluids and Soft Matter (NCS) Workshop brings together researchers working on the science and engineering of complex fluids and soft matter, including polymers, granular materials, biomaterials, colloids, foams, and liquid crystals. This informal workshop will bring together researchers to exchange ideas and foster collaborations. The workshops host a mix of invited talks, short presentations, and networking time.
The 14th Northeast Complex Fluids and Soft Matter (NCS) workshop will be held virtually on January 15th, 2021. The NCS workshop is a one-day event hosted bi-annually at research universities in the NJ/NY/CT area. Previous workshops were held at Rutgers University, City College of New York, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Stony Brook University, NYU Tandon, Stevens Institute of Technology, Columbia University, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, and Manhattan College.
Registration is free; however, in order to participate registration is required by January 8th, 2021 using the form below.
Please submit any questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 Virtual APS-DFD Annual Meeting
Dr. Farokhirad attends the American Physical Society-Division of Fluid Dynamics Conference and presents on Nano Flows: Computations and Modeling Session.
2020 Virtual AIChE Annual Meeting
Dr. Farokhirad attends the American Institute of Chemical Engineering Conference and presents on Micro- and Nano-systems: Materials and Methods Session.
More Information about the talk is available in AIChE-Ipostersessions .
COVID-19 Research Project on Respiratory Distress Therapy Modeling
Computational Models for Targeting Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): The severe forms of COVID-19 infections resulting in death proceeds by the propagation of the acute respiratory distress syndrome or ARDS. In ARDS, the lungs fill up with fluid preventing oxygenation and effective delivery of therapeutics through the inhalation route. A group of researchers (including Dr. Farokhirad) in the Lab of Dr. Ravi Radhakrishnan, Professor and Chair of Bioengineering and Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at UPenn, are developing a computational model that can design drug-filled nanoparticles and target them to the inflamed lung regions. This project is done in collaboration with Clinical Scientist Dr. Jacob Brenner, who is an attending ER Physician in Penn Medicine. For more information please visit COVID-19 Research Projects.
APS Physics Denver, Co
Dr. Farokhirad attends the American Physical Society-Physics Conference and presents on 3D Printing of Polymers and Soft Materials Session.
Dr. Farokhirad gave a seminar talk in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the City College of New York.
NSF Review Panel
Dr. Farokhirad traveled to Washington D.C. to serve on an NSF review panel.
81st New England Complex Fluids Workshop - Harvard University
Dr. Farokhirad presented at 81st New England Complex Fluids Meeting in Cambridge, MA.
Machine Learning/ Multiscale Modeling Workshop
Dr. Farokhirad attended an NIH workshop on Integrating Machine Learning with Multiscale Modeling for Biomedical, Biological, and Behavioral Systems (2019 ML-MSM). https://www.imagwiki.nibib.nih.gov/msm-consortium/agenda
Our paper is accepted to the Soft Matter Journal
Our work on investigating the Thermodynamic analysis of multivalent binding of functionalized flexible nanoparticles to the membrane surface has been accepted for publication in Soft Matter Journal.
Book Chapter Publication by Elsevier
Our work on “Nanoparticle Transport Phenomena in Confined Flow” has been published in Advances in Heat Transfer by Elsevier.
Dr. Farokhirad gave an invited talk for the Centennial Anniversary of the Department and the Grove School of Engineering at the City College of New York.
Rad Lab is born
Rad Lab is born in the department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at NJIT.