Manipulation of flows and particles in microfluidic devices using lubricant-infused unidirectional surfaces

Feb 03
3. February 2022 16:00 - 18:00
Hanns-Hofmann-Hörsaal (KS I, Cauerstr. 4)

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Lubricant-infused surfaces have opened a whole new field of investigation, with both fundamental and practical perspectives. In my talk, I will first discuss the enhanced slip properties for a liquid flow over lubricant-infused unidirectional surfaces. This situation reflects many practical settings involving liquid flows past superhydrophobic grooves filled with gas, or past grooves infused with another, immiscible, liquid of smaller or equal viscosity. I will then discuss principles of a generation of secondary transverse shear flow near such slippery lubricant-infused surfaces and its possible applications for mixing and separation of particles in microfluidic devices.

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