Visitors



 

Tomislav Ivankovic

University of Zagreb

 

3D visualization and quantification of biofilm in porous media by using X-ray microtomography

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James Feng

University of British Columbia

 

A Coordinated Experimental-Theoretical Study of TransEndothelial Migration (TEM) of Cancer Cells

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Jelke Dijkstra

Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)

 

Catching up with creep in geomaterials

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Emily Cranston

McMaster University

 

Improving Nanocellulose Gels, Films and Foams through Crosslinking and Responsive Behavior

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Sarah Mathews 

Harvard University and CSIRO

 

Ability of seeds to tolerate desiccation and rehydration - 3D in situ analyse based on X ray tomography

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Marius Ungarish 

Technion Israel Institute of Technology

 

Gravity currents over complex terrain

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Guy Blanchard 

The University of Cambridge, UK

 

The mechanics of embryonic epithelia

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Stephen A Hall

Lund University, Sweden

 

Coupled hydro-mechanics of reservoir rocks studied by quantitative in-situ neutron imaging

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Victoria Vitkova

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

 

Microcirculatory dynamics of blood

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Claudio Tamagnini

University of Perugia, Italy

 

Innovative multiscale approach for modelling localised failure in unsaturated porous media

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Eric Johnsen

University of Michigan, USA

 

Fluid-structure interaction in cavitation erosion

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Per Isaksson

Uppsala University, Sweden

 

Moisture driven crack growth in natural fiber materials

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Yosuke Higo

Kyoto University, Japan

 

Link between macroscopic behaviour and microstructural changes in partially saturated sand studied by x-ray tomography

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Johan Foster

University of Fribourg, Switzerland

 

Stimuli responsive nanocellulose based matrices for differentiating cell growth

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Lyazid Djenidi

University of New Castle, Australia

 

A new conceptual mixing strategy for micromixers

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Alberto Aliseda

University of Washington, USA

 

Particle clustering in turbulence: inertial dynamics and resulting turbulence induced accumulation, enhanced settling and collision-coalescence

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