Ionic Fluxes At Interfaces, Electrohydrodynamics, and Electrospinning

Chair(s):
Wang, S., Louisiana Tech University
Co-chair(s):
Gencoglu, A., Rochester Institute of Technology

This session welcomes new fundamental studies and applications on polarization, atomization, and ionic flux via electrokinetics. Specifically, we invite presentations on experimental, theoretical, and computational studies involving but not limited to ion flux across interface and electrohydrodynamic effects. Example phenomena include catalytic "Janus" nanomotors, electrophoresis of ion-selective particles and biological ion channels in membranes are welcomes. Processes involve assembly, conjugations, and reactions with micro/nanofluidics, like electrostatic microencapsulation, electrospraying, and electrospinning, are all well aligned with the session scopes. All topics including traditional applications on separation, sensing, drug delivery and tissue engineering and new explorations on alternative energy are welcome.

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