About Us

The Complex Fluids and Interfacial Physics Laboratory is a part of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department. The laboratory is headed by Professor Pirouz Kavehpour. Being a multi-disciplinary laboratory, areas of research range from rheology of biofluids to energy storage. The group’s goal is directed towards development of fundamental engineering and scientific knowledge.

Essential to the research being conducted is the state of the art equipment the laboratory is equipped with: Nikon Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) Microscope; Phantom V4 high speed camera; TA Instruments Advanced Rheometer 2000; Cahn Dynamic Contact Angle Analyzer; Keyence LK-G32 Laser Displacement System.

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