Our research focuses on topics of biological and clinic/medical interest, innovative manufacturing processes (including problems in micro- & nano-technology and energy) and on the study of phenomena that have environmental components.
The common theme is the study of transport phenomena and fluid mechanics, using computational simulation tools. We develop computer models that allow us to explore physical mechanisms not easily accessible via other means.
Our work ranges from cilia microfluidics to nanoscale droplet dynamics; we currently work on cerebral and vascular disease, microfluidics, nanotechnology and medical devices.

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