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Placing Marangoni instabilities under arrest

Submitted my first entry to the Gallery of Fluid Motion (GFM) contest organized by the American Physical Society 68th Annual Division of Fluid Dynamics (APS-DFD) 2015 conference in Boston, MA. Check out the video and accompanying description below. Description Soap bubbles occupy the rare position of delighting and fascinating both young children and scientific minds alike. Sir Isaac Newton, […]

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Postdoc.. and other updates

It’s been a while since I updated this website. It is my intention to revive this blog and website and resume my outreach activities. So some updates: I’ve completed my PhD. You can read my thesis (open access) online. As of last week, I’ve started a postdoc at Stanford with Manu Prakash, working on research quite […]

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Co-inventor. ( A small step forward )

  One small step forward in my PhD – successfully filed a provisional patent application as co-inventor with my advisor, for a device that resulted from my research. (we have two companies interested in licensing it so far..) Back in 2010, when I enrolled at Stanford, I had two public goals and two secret goals […]

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TAing at Stanford. Done.

Today was the last day for the graduate fluid dynamics course that I was TAing this quarter. This was my second time TAing, but I think I enjoyed it much more this time. I haven’t blogged in a while because we had a class of 40 students, and between recitation class, preparing homeworks, grading and […]

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