Our team works on applied fluid dynamics and interfacial science at both micro- and macro- scales for energy, health, and environmental applications, primarily using experiments and numerical simulations. Our current research activities focus on micro- and nano-fluidics, evaporation, complex fluids, soft matter, evaporation, wetting, and convective transport. We welcome scientists and industrial partners to contact us for collaboration.
Welcome Robin, Nicholas, Xiaotian, and Kevin to the group!
Journal paper by Sourayon Chanda and P. Amy Tsai, "Competition between Electroosmotic and Chemioosmotic Flow in Charged Nanofluidics," in press, Physics of Fluids (2021).
Journal paper by Ahmed Aldhaleai and P. Amy Tsai, "Fabrication of Transparent and Microstructured Superhydrophobic Substrates using Additive Manufacturing," in press, Langmuir (2021).
Journal paper by Lihui Liu, G. Cai and P. Amy Tsai, "Drop Impact on Heated Nanostructures," has been published and featured as a Front Cover in Langmuir (2020).
Journal paper by Tsai-hsing Ho and P. Amy Tsai, "Microfluidic Salt Precipitation: Implications for Geological CO2 Storage," has been accepted in Lab on a Chip (2020).
Welcome Firoozeh and Neelarun to the group!
Journal paper by Ahmed Aldhaleai, F. Khan, T. Thundat, and P. Amy Tsai, "Evaporation Dynamics of Water Droplets on Superhydrophobic Nanograss Surfaces," has been published in International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2020).
Journal paper by Marzieh Saadat, P. Amy Tsai, Tsai-Hsing Ho, Gisle Øye, and Marcin Dudek, "Development of a Microfluidic Method to Study Enhanced Oil Recovery by Low Salinity Water Flooding," has been published in ACS Omega (2020).
University of Alberta, Canada
Lab: NINT 6-093
Office: Donadeo ICE 10-217
Email: peichun.amy.tsai (at) ualberta.ca
Tel: +1 780 492 5425
Fax: +1 780 492 2200