Thu, 25/01/2018 - 15:15
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Campus SB, Building E2 6, Room E11

Dr. Daiki Matsunaga
(
Host: Prof. Dr. Christian Wagner
)
Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford

Position control of magnetic particles/swimmers under flow

In recent years, magnetic particles have been extensively used in biomedical and microfluidic applications. Movements and collective behaviours of these particles are also interesting from a perspective of the active matter physics. In this talk, we firstly report our new method to control position of an ellipsoidal magnetic colloids inside a tube flow. Secondly, we explain mechanism of an interesting collective motion of magnetotactic bacteria.

 

 

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