Lailai Zhu

Phone: +46 8 790 71 61
Fax: +46 8 723 04 75
E-mail: lailai@mech.kth.se
WWW: Personal Homepage

Professional History

Funded by the VR international postdoc grant, I am employed by KTH as a visiting postdoctoral researcher in the complex fluids group of Prof. Howard Stone at Princeton University.

Research and Professional Activities

I develop and utilize a variety of computational tools to investigate the flow phenomenon. Now I am interested in the problems involving fluid-structure interactions at low Reynolds number, micro-multiphase flow and droplet-based microfluidics. For a full list of publications, please visit my research webpage www.lailaiflow.com


Please note that this list might not be complete. Follow each article link for additional authors.

2013Low-Reynolds number swimming in a capillary tube
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 726 285-311 (Published)
2012Self-propulsion in viscoelastic fluids: pushers vs. pullers
Physics of Fluids 24 051902 (Published)
2012Micropropulsion and microrheology in complex fluids via symmetry breaking
Physics of Fluids 24 103102 (Published)
2011Locomotion by tangential deformation in a polymeric fluid
Physical Review E 83 011901 (Published)
2010Shape optimization of the diffuser blade of an axial blood pump by computational fluid dynamics
Artificial Organs 34 185-192 (Published)