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Shima Parsa Moghaddam

Assistant Professor

School of Physics and Astronomy
College of Science

585-475-2534
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Shima Parsa Moghaddam

Assistant Professor

School of Physics and Astronomy
College of Science

585-475-2534

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Invited Keynote/Presentation
Parsa, Shima. "Polymer for permeability modification in porous media." Microfluidics and Energy Symposium. University of Toronto and Rice University. Houston, TX. 29 Apr. 2021. Keynote Speech.
Journal Paper
Zhang, Liyuan, et al. "Core–Shell Nanohydrogels with Programmable Swelling for Conformance Control in Porous Media." ACS Applied Materials & Interface 12. 30 (2020): 34217–34225. Web.
Parsa, Shima, et al. "Origin of Anomalous Polymer-induced Fluid Displacement in Porous Media." Phys Rev Fluids 5. (2020): 222001. Web.
Alim, Karen, et al. "Local Pore Size Correlations Determine Flow Distributions in Porous Media." Phys Rev Letters 119. (2017): 144501. Web.
Diba, Mani, et al. "Highly Elastic and Self-Healing Composite Colloidal Gels." Advanced Materials. (2017): 1604672. Web.
Cole, Brendan C., et al. "Methods for Measuring the Orientation and Rotation Rate of 3D-printed Particles in Turbulence." JoVE. (2016): 53599. Web.
Marcus, Guy G, et al. "Measurements of the solid-body rotation of anisotropic particles in 3D turbulence." New Journal of Physics 16. (2014): 102001. Web.
Parsa, Shima and Greg A Voth. "Inertial Range Scaling in Rotations of Long Rods in Turbulence." Phy Rev Letters 112. (2014): 24501. Web.
Carroll, Nick J, et al. "Measurement of Flow Velocity and Inference of Liquid Viscosity in a Microfluidic Channel by Fluorescence Photobleaching." Langmuir 30. 16 (2014): 4868–4874. Web.
Parsa, Shima, et al. "Rotation Rate of Rods in Turbulent Fluid Flow." Phy Rev Letters. 109 (2012): 134501. Web.
Parsa, Shima, et al. "Rotation and Alignment of Rods in 2D Flow." Physics of Fluids 23. (2011): 43302. Web.

Currently Teaching

IMGS-890
1 - 6 Credits
Doctoral-level research by the candidate on an appropriate topic as arranged between the candidate and the research advisor.
PHYS-211
4 Credits
This is a course in calculus-based physics for science and engineering majors. Topics include kinematics, planar motion, Newton's Laws, gravitation, work and energy, momentum and impulse, conservation laws, systems of particles, rotational motion, static equilibrium, mechanical oscillations and waves, and data presentation/analysis. The course is taught in a workshop format that integrates the material traditionally found in separate lecture and laboratory courses.