Welcome to the Physics of Fluids group

A chair which belongs to the Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Twente cooperating in the Research Institutes MIRA and MESA+ and is part of the Max Planck - University of Twente Center for Complex Fluid Dynamics and the Twente Centre for Scientific Computing.

Full-time

Prof. Dr. Detlef Lohse Chair Holder
Prof. Dr. Devaraj van der Meer Physics of Granular Matter and Interstitial Fluids
Prof. Dr. Jacco Snoeijer Capillary Flows and Elasticity
Prof. Dr. Michel Versluis Physical and Medical Acoustics
Assistant Prof. Dr. Alvaro Marin Confined Soft Matter
Assistant Prof. Dr. Richard Stevens Numerical Simulations of Turbulence
Assistant Prof. Dr. Sander Huisman High Reynolds number Turbulence and Multiphase flows
Assistant Prof. Dr. Dominik Krug Turbulence

Part-time

Prof. Dr. Jens Harting Numerical Simulations in Microfluidics
Dr. Martin van der Hoef Numerical simulation of particulate two-phase flow
Prof. Dr. Ir. Chris de Korte Medical Ultrasound Imaging
Prof. Dr. Andrea Prosperetti Berkhoff professor 
Prof. Dr. Chao Sun Turbulence and Multiphase Flow
Prof. Dr. Roberto Verzicco Direct Numerical Simulations of Turbulence
Prof. Dr. Xuehua Zhang Surface and Colloidal Science and Engineering

Professors Emeriti

Prof. Dr. Frits Dijksman Innovative Biomedical Applications of Inkjet Technology
Prof. Dr. Ir. Leen van Wijngaarden

Our group is studying various flow phenomena, in particular those related with bubbles. We use both experimental, theoretical, and numerical techniques. Our main research areas are:

Upcoming events:

Today, 15:45 – 17:00OtherPoF labtour for APh students
Monday June 25thOtherMaster Course on Physics of Sports
Monday June 25th – Tuesday June 26thConference3rd Max Planck Center Meeting
Wednesday June 27thOtherMaster Course on Physics of Sports
Friday June 29thOtherMaster Course on Physics of Sports
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