323 Active Colloidal Systems II

Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Canyon B (Hilton Salt Lake City Center)

The session of Active Colloidal Systems reflects the growing importance of the area of motile, self-propelling, energy-harvesting particles, and particle systems with complex collective dynamics. This topic has received substantial attention by both experimentalists and theoreticians (from a range of disciplines) and we look for both types of papers in this newly established session.

Interfacial Phenomena
Orlin Velev Email: odvelev@eos.ncsu.edu
Ilona Kretzschmar Email: kretzschmar@ccny.cuny.edu

1:15 PM
(323c) Propulsion of a Pair of Spheres: Onset of Swimming Motion
Daphne Klotsa, Kyle A. Baldwin, Richard J. A. Hill, Roger M. Bowley and Michael R. Swift

1:45 PM
(323e) Frequency Dependent Mobility of Janus Spheres
Alicia M Boymelgreen, Tov Balli, Gilad Yossifon and Touvia Miloh

2:00 PM
(323f) Impact of Enhanced Diffusion on Assembly Rate of Magnetic Janus Particles
Thomas Long, Ilona Kretzschmar, Joel Koplik, Ubaldo Córdova and Luis Y. Rivera-Rivera

2:15 PM
(323g) High Speed Controlled Propulsion of Wheel Shaped Microbead Assemblies
Tonguc Onur Tasci, Keith B. Neeves and David W. M. Marr

2:30 PM

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