About Me

I am Saad Bhamla, a Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University.

I work with Manu Prakash in the Bioengineering Department. I am currently involved in the research of frugal science and development of instrumentation with applications in biophysics and global health.

My background is in soft matter, particularly rheology, thin-film dynamics, and soft biological materials. I received my PhD in Chemical Engineering from Stanford (2015). My thesis advisor was Professor Gerry Fuller.

I received my Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (2010).


Upcoming Talks: AIChE 2016 meeting: Talk#1 (20-cent centrifuge), Talk#2 (20-cent centrifuge, 5 min rapid-fire talk), Poster (future faculty session)


News:

Soap bubble work in the media: Stanford, NY Times, WIRED, Phys.org, Seeker.

Tear film work in the media: Stanford, StanfordDaily, Co.Exist.

Paperfuge in the media: The Wire

 

 

 

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