Peer Reviewed Papers
Here lives a short list of some of the papers I've published in peer reviewed journals (along with numerous co-authors). Please download at your leisure ... But don't e-mail me to tell me if you find any typos or you spot that I have fundamental misunderstandings of the laws of the universe. Don't be that guy.
- Artificial tektites: an experimental technique for capturing the shapes of spinning drops. (Scientific Reports)
- The Inhibition of the Rayleigh-Taylor Instability by Rotation. (Scientific Reports)
- The Rotating Rayleigh-Taylor Instability. (Physical Review Fluids) (ArXiV version)
- Classifying Dynamic Contact Lines in Drying Drops. (Soft Matter)
- Drying and deposition of poly(ethylene oxide) droplets determined by Péclet number. (Soft Matter)
- Propulsion of a Two-Sphere Swimmer (Physical Review Letters) (ArXiV version)
- Monolith formation and ring-stain suppression in low-pressure evaporation of poly(ethylene oxide) droplets. (Journal of Fluid Mechanics)
- Growth of solid conical structures during multistage drying of sessile poly(ethylene oxide) droplets. (Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics)
- The effects of molecular weight, evaporation rate and polymer concentration on pillar formation in drying poly(ethylene oxide) droplets. (Colloids and Surfaces A)
- Imaging internal flows in a drying sessile polymer dispersion drop using Spectral Radar Optical Coherence Tomography (SR-OCT). (Journal of Colloid and Interface Science)
This only counts if Tumblr is the press of the future. Someone going under the family-friendly pseudonym "Fuck Yeah Fluid Dynamics" thought our video on the Rayleigh-Taylor instability worthy of a retumble ... Or whatever it is they say on Tumblr.