Lorraine Francis | Program Leader
Department of Mechanical Engineering at Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de
Janeiro, in Brazil.
Non-Newtonian fluid mechanics, micro scale flow of emulsions, flow in porous media with application in Enhance Oil Recovery and numerical methods.
Graduate Faculty in the Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science at the University of Minnesota.
Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering and McKnight Land-Grant Professor,
Graduate Faculty Member Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Aerosols, suspensions, and emulsions, droplet surfaces and interfaces, thermodynamics
and phase of aqueous solutions, two-phase microfluidic flows, two-phase Taylor-Couette
flows, extensional and interfacial rheology of dilute solutions and emulsions.
C. Daniel Frisbie
Fluid mechanics – mathematical modeling and experiments; Particle-laden flows, particle
assembly; Drops and bubbles; Viscous fingering, interfacial instabilities; Multiphase
flows in soft porous media; Low Reynolds number hydrodynamics.