Wed April 15th 2020
16:00 – 17:00
Seminar Droplet impact and contact angle dynamics: From spreading and splashing to 3D printing
Miguel Quetzeri


Miguel A. Quetzeri Santiago obtained his Bachelor's degree in Physics from the National University of Mexico (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México,UNAM). Currently he is a doctoral candidate at Queen Mary University of London, supervised by Dr. Rafel Castrejón-Pita. As part of his doctoral training he did an Erasmus+ traineeship at the Ecole Polytechnique in France, under the supervision of Prof. Christophe Josserand. In this project, he studied numerically the moving contact line problem with the software Basilisk. He also worked as a research assistant in the Deparment of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford, where he developed a filament stretcher to study the thinning and breakup of liquid filaments. This project was supervised by Prof. Alfonso Castrejón-Pita.
His research interests are on fluid dynamics, especially on the contact angle hysteresis and spreading and splashing of droplets onto solid surfaces. Miguel has published his work in Soft Matter, Scientific Reports and Physical Review Letters
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