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Milton van Dyke Award at APS-DFD 2015

Just got an email that my video submission won the Milton van Dyke award at the American Physical Society’s 68th Annual Division of Fluid Dynamics meeting in Boston. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it to the meeting this year due to personal reasons, but I am thrilled to be selected, specially given Milton van Dyke’s long […]

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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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Goal updates 2012 – Publishing paper

Today is the last day of 2012. And it’s time to address the goals I set early in the year. And set some new goals for 2013. The problem with this one – writing a paper. I did write it. Well, I got almost an outline ready. But then got stuck. We couldn’t explain the […]

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First publication..

Ah, finally it got accepted. This is a milestone. Nice way to begin grad life at Stanford. You can find it here on Google Scholar or here directly on ScienceDirect. 🙂  

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