Current work is focused on the dynamics of forced convectively and absolutely unstable fluid systems, relevant to the invariant production of materials from industrial processes. Work also focuses dynamic surface tension measurement characterization with applications, advanced die manifold design, and the modeling of adsorption on complex materials. Ongoing efforts involve the coating of thin liquid films on substrates and the modeling of key elements of coating processes necessary to assure their efficacy.
For more details on some of our mathematical modeling efforts in these and other areas, see the Barlow/Weinstein Asymptotics and Wave Instability Group
Ken Ruschak, PhD, Research Professor
Phone: (585) 475-5443
Nate Barlow, PhD, Assistant Professor-School of Mathematical Sciences, College of Science
Phone: (585) 475-4077