John F. Brady

Our group's research interests are in fluid mechanics and transport processes, with a special interest in problems at the interface between continuum mechanics and statistical mechanics. One area of research concerns fundamental studies of complex fluids. Complex fluids is a generic label for materials that are composed of microstructural elements that interact via colloidal, hydrodynamic, and Brownian forces. Familiar examples of such fluids are suspensions, colloidal dispersions, liquid crystals, ferrofluids, electrorheological fluids, and polymer solutions and melts.

Austin R. Dulaney

Camilla M. Kjeldbjerg

Hyeongjoo Row

Zhiwei Peng

Alec Glisman

Benjamin Ye

Stewart A. Mallory

Edmond Zhou

Past Members

Recent Post Doctoral Scholars

Recent Visitors

Recent Undergraduates

  • Chan G. Kim Caltech
  • Aaron H. Shih Caltech
  • Yanze Wu Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • Moriah Bischann Caltech
  • Dan Jacobson Brown University
  • Eli Sorey Caltech
  • Anirban Ghosh Johns Hopkins University
  • Christian Aponte Rivera University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez
  • Greg Rubinstein Princeton University
  • Kevin Gu Caltech

  Principal Investigator

  Graduate Students