Dr. Fan appreciates the support from NSF to our project entitled “Microfluidic development of dual-gel culture matrices for studying effects of interstitial flow on cellular behaviors.” This project will develop and use new ”dual-gel“ dual-porosity biomaterials to investigate the effects of interstitial flow on cellular behaviors. We will also initiate and organize educational outreach activities […]
About Jing Fan
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Entries by Jing Fan
On October 13, Dr. Fan gave a talk at Benjamin Levich Institute seminar entitled “How flow-driven transport of soft particles Influence Effective Permeability of Porous Media”.
On September 24, 2020, Dr. Fan gave a talk at the ME department seminar entitled “Understanding transport in porous media with microfluidic model systems”.
Our new paper ” Effect of flow profiles on the flow subjected to oscillation forcing: an example of droplet mobilization in constricted tubes” in collaboration with Dr. Wen Deng’s group at Missouri S&T is now published online on Journal of Hydrology.
Shuaijun’s paper “Understanding transport of an elasticspherical particle through a confining channel, Applied Physics Letters, 116103705″ is featured in Scilight! https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/10.0000949.
Our collaborative work with Zi Chen’s group at Dartmouth College entitled “Porosity-tunable structures with “fossilized” bubbles” has been accepted for publication in ACS Applied Polymer Materials. Congratulations!
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