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 TechMed and MESA+ and is part of the Max Planck - University of Twente Center for Complex Fluid Dynamics and the Twente Centre for Scientific Computing.



Prof. Dr. Detlef Lohse
Chair holder
Dr. Martin van der Hoef
Numerical simulation of particulate two-phase flow
Prof. Dr. Devaraj van der Meer
Physics of granular matter and interstitial fluids
Prof. Dr. Ir. Chris de Korte
Medical ultrasound imaging
Prof. Dr. Jacco Snoeijer
Capillary flows and elasticity
Prof. Dr. Andrea Prosperetti
Berkhoff professor
Prof. Dr. Michel Versluis
Physical and medical acoustics
Prof. Dr. Chao Sun
Turbulence and multiphase flow
Assistant Prof. Dr. Alvaro Marin
Confined soft matter
Prof. Dr. Roberto Verzicco
Direct numerical simulations of turbulence
Assistant Prof. Dr. Richard Stevens
Numerical simulations of turbulence
Prof. Dr. Xuehua Zhang
Surface and colloidal science and engineering
Assistant Prof. Dr. Sander Huisman
Turbulence and multiphase flows
Assistant Prof. Dr. Dominik Krug
Turbulence boundary layers and multiphase flow
Assistant Prof. Dr. Guillaume Lajoinie
Microscale flow, phase-change, and acoustics

Professors Emeriti

Prof. Dr. Frits Dijksman
Innovative biomedical applications of inkjet technology
Prof. Dr. Ir. Leen van Wijngaarden
Multiphase flow, acoustics, gravity waves

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:

Tomorrow, 16:00 – 17:00Seminartba
Wednesday May 1st, 16:00 – 17:00Seminartba
Wednesday May 8th, 16:00 – 17:00SeminarTurbulent flow over complex rough walls
Friday May 10th – Saturday May 11thOtherBATA 2019
Wednesday May 15th, 16:00 – 17:00Seminartba
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The 32nd International Conference on High-Speed Imaging and Photonics ICHSIP-32

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