We will see how they flow and pack!
Author Archives: joshuadijksman
Attending the APS March Meeting!
Silo discharge of mixtures of soft and rigid grains
Congratulations Bo, Jing and Tivadar with their publication in Soft Matter, including this nice image for the back cover.
PCC21802 Introductory Thermodynamics
Starting the class while Melorman is playing – enjoying beautiful relaxing earcandy to prepare for some focused efforts! Thanks Antonis for yor wonderful music.
Lecturing at the JMBC course “Experimental Methods in Fluid Mechanics”
Great course, which has been running for years. Glad to have attended as a student, and now good to be a lecturer here!
Training PhD students in Granular Physics
And some other wonderful training sessions in Budapest, Paris and Grenoble…
Annual group dinner
Raisa Rudge graduated
Amazing accomplishments from Raisa!
Period 6 teaching
Fortunately we now have recorded lectures to serve as flipped classroom material! Thanks Peter for editing.
Advanced Soft Matter PCC31806
This year the Advanced Soft Matter practicum has a project related to the Smart Dust team. The Smart Dust team will be doing drop tower experiments in Bremen, to detect the collective behavior of a set of “smart” particles.