Eric Lauga

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
mechanics problems arising in physical and biological sciences
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Michael P. Brenner grad student 2005 Harvard
 (Slip, Swim, Mix, Pack: Fluid Mechanics at the Micron Scale)
Howard Alvin Stone grad student 2005 Harvard
 (Slip, swim, mix, pack: Fluid mechanics at the micron scale.)


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Arthur A. Evans grad student 2011 UCSD
On S. Pak grad student 2013 UCSD
Maciej Lisicki post-doc 2015-pres Cambridge
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Reigh SY, Zhu L, Gallaire F, et al. (2017) Swimming with a cage: low-Reynolds-number locomotion inside a droplet. Soft Matter
Koens L, Lisicki M, Lauga E. (2017) The non-Gaussian tops and tails of diffusing boomerangs. Soft Matter
Montenegro-Johnson TD, Koens L, Lauga E. (2016) Microscale flow dynamics of ribbons and sheets. Soft Matter
Koens L, Lauga E. (2016) Rotation of slender swimmers in isotropic-drag media. Physical Review. E. 93: 043125
Lauga E. (2016) Bacterial Hydrodynamics Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics. 48: 105-130
Koens L, Lauga E. (2016) Slender-ribbon theory Physics of Fluids. 28
Pak OS, Lauga E. (2016) Theoretical models of low-reynolds-number locomotion Rsc Soft Matter. 2016: 100-167
Montenegro-Johnson TD, Michelin S, Lauga E. (2015) A regularised singularity approach to phoretic problems. The European Physical Journal. E, Soft Matter. 38: 139
Man Y, Lauga E. (2015) Phase-separation models for swimming enhancement in complex fluids. Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics. 92: 023004
Riley EE, Lauga E. (2015) Small-amplitude swimmers can self-propel faster in viscoelastic fluids. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 382: 345-55
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