COMPFLU-2018: 12th International Conference on Complex Fluids and Soft Matter

About Us

COMPFLU is an international meeting for researchers in the interdisciplinary area of complex fluids and soft matter. COMPFLU meetings have been held in India, since 2002, to provide a forum for complex fluids or soft matter researchers from academia, research laboratories and industry to come together.

Like last few versions of CompFlu, we will have multiple parallel sessions. This will allow a larger number of speakers to be accommodated. This format also allows us the freedom to have some participation from outside the country, to showcase the research being done in the country. We hope to draw speakers from all disciplines physicists, chemists, biologists, engineers who work on theory, simulations and experimental investigations of soft matter.

The 12th COMPFLU meeting, COMPFLU-2018: 12th International Conference on Complex Fluids and Soft Matter is being organized and hosted at IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand, starting from 6th-9th December 2018.

We are also planning to organize an Indo-US Workshop on Soft Matter (IUWSM) from 9th-11th December 2018 in conjunction with the meeting.

S.No. Year Organizing Institute(s)
Current COMPFLU Meeting:
12. 2018 IIT Roorkee More details...
Previous COMPFLU Meetings:
11. 2017 IIT Madras (Jointly with IIT Palakkad) More details...
10. 2016 IIT Hyderabad (Jointly with TIFR Hyderabad, University of Hyderabad, and International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad) More details...
9. 2016 CSIR-NCL Pune (Jointly with IISER Pune) More details...
8. 2014 JNCSAR Bangalore
7. 2013 IIT Delhi
6. 2012 IIT Guwahati More details...
5. 2010 IIT Madras More details...
4. 2008 IIT Bombay
3. 2006 IIT Kanpur
2. 2005 NCL Pune
1. 2002 IISc Bangalore

Call for abstract

COMPFLU-2018 plans to have the thirteen technical sessions. Complex fluids and soft matter researchers can enrich COMPFLU-2018 by sharing their exciting ideas through the following types of contributions/presentations:

  • (a) Invited talks: About 4-5 speakers shall be invited by the session chairs in each session for the oral presentations.
  • (b) Contributory talks: Each sessions shall have both oral and poster presentations of contributory talks. Only 4-5 talks shall be considered for the oral presentations.

Only one-page abstract submission shall be required for both invited and contributory talks. Full paper submission is not needed.

Scientific Sessions, Session Chairs and Invited Speakers

S. No. Session Name Sessions Chairs Confirmed Invited Speakers
1. Granular Matter
  • Anurag Tripathi, IIT Kanpur
  • Arghya Das, IIT Kanpur
  • Jia Wei Chew, NTU Singapore
2. Polymers
  • Garima Agarwal, IIT Roorkee
  • Mithun Radhakrishna, IIT Gandhinagar
  • Rahul Mangal, IIT Kanpur
  • Sanat Kumar, Columbia University, USA
3. Multiphase Flow
  • Gargi Das, IIT Kharagpur
  • Mahesh Panchagnula, IIT Madras
  • Manaswita Bose, IIT Bombay
  • Rajesh Upadhyay, IIT Guwahati
  • Vivek Buwa, IIT Delhi
4. Instabilities and Transitions
  • A. Sameen, IIT Madras
  • Mahesh Tirumkudulu, IIT Bombay
  • S. Pushpavanam, IIT Madras
  • V. Kumaran, IISc Bangalore
5. Computational Methods
  • Gaurav Goel, IIT Delhi
  • Ratnesh Shukla, IISc Bangalore
  • Rochish Thaokar, IIT Bombay
  • Santosh Ansumali, JNCASR Bangalore
  • Tamal Banerjee, IIT Guwahati
6. Rheology
  • Abhijit Deshpande, IIT Madras
  • Anugrah Singh, IIT Guwahati
  • Prabhu Nott, IISc Bangalore
  • Vinay Juvekar, IIT Bombay
  • Yogesh Joshi, IIT Kanpur
7. Biological Materials
  • Anupam Sengupta, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
  • Madan Rao, NCBS Bangalore
  • Saptarshi Majumdar, IIT Hyderabad
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8. Microfluidics
  • Ashis K. Sen, IIT Madras
  • Amit Gupta, IIT Delhi
  • Hirofumi Shintaku, Kyoto University, Japan
  • Sasidhar Kondaraju, IIT Bhubneswar
9. Nanomaterials
  • Murugadoss Arumugam, University of Madras
  • G.V. Pavan Kumar, IISER Pune
  • Saravanan Pichiah, IIT (ISM) Dhanbad
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10. Colloids and Interfaces
  • Dillip K. Satapathy, IIT Madras
  • Ethayaraja Mani, IIT Madras
  • Shalini Gupta, IIT Delhi
  • Venkataramanan, IISER Kolkata
11. Soft Condensed Matter
  • Sanjib Senapati, IIT Madras
  • Smarajit Karmakar, TIFR Hyderabad
  • Pijush Ghosh, IIT Madras
  • Prabal K. Maiti, IISc Bangalore
12. Soft Matter in Industry
(Only invited talks)
  • Ravi Palaparthi, Anagha Consultants LLC
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  • Siva Rama Krishna Perala, Unilever
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  • Amit Biswas, Ex-Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Hyderabad
  • Ashwin Lal, Shilps Sciences, Bengaluru
  • Atanu Sengupta, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Hyderabad
  • Dhananjaya Dendukuri, Achira Labs Pvt. Ltd., Bengaluru
  • Hari Doss, CAEZEN Technologies & Searock Precision Products Pvt Ltd., Bengaluru
  • Janhavi Raut, Unilever R & D, Bengaluru
  • Pankaj Doshi, Worldwide R & D, Pfizer Inc., USA
  • Rakesh Gupta, TRDDC, TCS Research, Pune
  • Srinivasan Duraiswamy, Reliance Industries Limited
13. Transport Processes
(No invited talk)
  • Only poster presentations

List of Abstracts

S. No. Abstract No. Title Authors
(Presenting author)
Affiliation Session Status
1 COMPFLU-2018-003 SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF GRAIN BOUNDARIES AND SUBSTITUTIONAL ADATOMS IN GRAPHENE: A NANO-MECHANICS STUDY Akarsh Verma and Avinash Parashar IIT Roorkee Nanomaterials
2 COMPFLU-2018-004 ENHANCEMENT OF FRACTURE TOUGHNESS FOR FUNCTIONALISED GRAIN BOUNDARIES IN GRAPHENE MONOLAYER: AN ATOMISTIC APPROACH Akarsh Verma and Avinash Parashar IIT Roorkee Nanomaterials
3 COMPFLU-2018-005 SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF FUNCTIONALISATION AND STRAIN ENGINEERING ON THERMAL BEHAVIOUR OF GRAPHENE: A NANO-MECHANICS STUDY Akarsh Verma and Avinash Parashar IIT Roorkee Nanomaterials
4 COMPFLU-2018-006 SIMULATION OF THE GRANULAR FLOW OF CYLINDRICAL PARTICLES IN THE ROTATING DRUM Shiliang Yang, Yuhao Sun and Jia Wei Chew Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; University of Cambridge, UK Granular Matter
5 COMPFLU-2018-007 Atomistic Simulation Methods to Probe Slow Biophysical Processe Harish Vashisth University of New Hampshire Computational Methods
6 COMPFLU-2018-008 INTERACTION OF AN ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDE WITH PHOSPHOLIPID MEMBRANES: EVIDENCE OF PORE FORMATION Sanat Karmakar, Pabitra Maity and Animesh Halder Jadavpur University Biological Materials
7 COMPFLU-2018-009 CORRELATIONS BETWEEN SHORT- AND LONG-TIME RELAXATION IN COLLOIDAL SUPERCOOLED LIQUIDS AND GLASSES Chandan Kumar, Xiaoguang Ma, Piotr Habdas and Arjun G. Yodh University of Pennsylvania Soft Condensed Matter
8 COMPFLU-2018-010 SYNTHESIS OF POLYANILINE/GRAPHENE/MOS2 NANOCOMPOSITE ELECTRODE MATERIALS FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE ASYMMETRIC SUPERCAPACITOR Shatrudhan Palsaniya, Harshal B. Nemade and Ashok Kumar Dasmahapatra IIT Guwahati Nanomaterials
9 COMPFLU-2018-011 Solvent Triggered Biopolymer Thin Films: Mechanism & Applications Pijush Ghosh IIT Madras Soft Condensed Matter
10 COMPFLU-2018-012 GRAPHENE OXIDE BASED GELS AND THIN FILMS Prachi Thareja, Abhijeet Ojha and Sai Geetha Reddy IIT Gandhinagar Nanomaterials
11 COMPFLU-2018-013 Transitions to different types of turbulence in a soft-walled channel. V Kumaran and Sagar Srinivas IISc Bangalore Instabilities And Transitions
12 COMPFLU-2018-014 DYNAMICS OF SELF-REWETTING THIN LQUID FILMS ON CHEMICALLY PATTERNED SURFACES Shantharama and Sreeram K Kalpathy IIT Madras Instabilities And Transitions
13 COMPFLU-2018-015 Why are Ice Templated Inorganic-Polymer Hybrids Flexible? Guruswamy Kumaraswamy and Karthika S. CSIR - NCL Pune Polymers
14 COMPFLU-2018-016 Localization of nanoparticles in micro-phase separated block copolymer Paresh Chokshi and Supriya Gupta IIT Delhi Polymers
15 COMPFLU-2018-017 Polymer mediated interaction between functionalized clay nanosheets Paresh Chokshi and Supriya Gupta IIT Delhi Nanomaterials
16 COMPFLU-2018-018 Energy spectra of 2D bouyancy driven bubbly flows Prasad Perlekar, Vikash Pandey and Rashmi Ramadugu TIFR Hyderabad Multiphase Flow
17 COMPFLU-2018-019 Effect of forced vibration on Laminar forced convection heat transfer of non-isoviscous nanofluid Santosh Kumar Mishra, H Chandra and Arun Arora Bhilai Institute of Technology Durg; VEC Lakhanpur, Ambikapur Transport Processes
18 COMPFLU-2018-020 Label-Free Upconverting-Film Platform for Ultra Sensitive and Selective AsIII Detection Suman Duhan, Kedar Sahoo, Sudhir Kumar Singh and Manoj Kumar Thapar University, Patiala; IIT (BHU) Varanasi Nanomaterials
19 COMPFLU-2018-021 Bioactive Liquid Crystal Droplets Naveen Kumar P.M. and Kamendra Sharma IIT Bombay Colloids And Interfaces
20 COMPFLU-2018-022 Inertial migration of an electrophoretic rigid sphere in a Poiseuille flow Akash Choudhary, T. Renganathan and S. Pushpavanam IIT Madras Microfluidics
21 COMPFLU-2018-023 Elasto-inertial transition in pipe flow of polymer solutions Devranjan Samanta IIT Ropar Instabilities And Transitions
22 COMPFLU-2018-024 INTERFACIAL PHENOMENA IN MICROFLUIDICS Ashis Sen IIT Madras Microfluidics
23 COMPFLU-2018-025 Effect of initial condition on the trajectory of a free falling plate. Akash Rana and Arnab Kumar De IIT Guwahati Instabilities And Transitions
24 COMPFLU-2018-026 In Situ Observation of Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Colloidal Nanoplatelets Ravi Kumar Pujala University of Hyderabad Soft Condensed Matter
25 COMPFLU-2018-027 Cells in Microgels: 3D Printed Microtissues and Single Cell Migration Tapomoy Bhattacharjee and Thomas Angelini Princeton University; University of Florida Biological Materials
26 COMPFLU-2018-028 Use of surface-active colloids to suppress wettability-directed interfacial dynamics Shantharama and Sreeram K. Kalpathy IIT Madras Colloids And Interfaces
27 COMPFLU-2018-030 DYNAMICAL HETROGENEITIES IN POLYMER MELTS Nabi Ahamad and Pallavi Debnath IIT Roorkee Soft Condensed Matter
28 COMPFLU-2018-031 SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANO-CLAYS AND ITS POTENTIAL APPLICATION Nirmalya Bachhar and Kumaraswamy Guruswamy CSIR - NCL Pune Colloids And Interfaces
29 COMPFLU-2018-032 ELECTRONEMATODYNAMIC INSTABILITIES OF THIN NEMATIC LIQUID CRYSTAL FILMS Abir Ghosh, Kartick Mondal, Joydip Chaudhuri and Dipankar Bandyopadhyay IIT Guwahati Instabilities And Transitions
30 COMPFLU-2018-033 Effect of core shell thickness of Iodine doped polyisoprene modified TiO2 nanoparticles on photocatalytic activity Neetu Rajendran, Aleena B, Abinisha S and Devika Sajeevan NIT Calicut Soft Condensed Matter
31 COMPFLU-2018-034 Structural and dielectric relaxation study of Polyvinyl alcohol-Titanium dioxide composite films Ragini Dhokne Pathare, Shital More and Nilesh Pathare G H Raisoni Institute of Engineering and Technology Nagpur; Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University; Priyadarshini College of Engineering, Nagpur Nanomaterials
32 COMPFLU-2018-035 Curvature instability of chiral colloidal membranes on crystallization Lachit Saikia, Meera Thomas, V.A. Raghunathan, Anirban Sain and Prerna Sharma IISc Bangalore; IIT Bombay; Raman Research Institute Bangalore Instabilities And Transitions
33 COMPFLU-2018-036 PHOTOACTIVE COORDINATION POLYMERS AS SMART ENERGY MATERIAL Saravanan Pichiah and Rajalingam Thangavel IIT (ISM) Dhanbad Nanomaterials
34 COMPFLU-2018-037 Modelling the viscoelastic response of polymer fibers Aakash Sharma, Guruswamy Kumaraswamy and Shirish Thakre CSIR - NCL Pune; Aditya Birla Science and Technology Company Pvt. Ltd Polymers
35 COMPFLU-2018-038 Hydrated Ionic Liquids: A Novel Class of Solvents in Long-term DNA Stability Sanjib Senapati IIT Madras Soft Condensed Matter
36 COMPFLU-2018-039 EFFICIENT MICRO EXTRACTION PROCESS EXPLOITING SPONTANEOUS INTERFACIAL CONVECTION DRIVEN BY MARANGONI AND ELECTRIC FIELD INSTABILITY: A COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS STUDY Shirsendu Mitra, Ekaterina Shevchenko and Partho Sarathi Gooh Pattader IIT Guwahati; Ural Federal University Russia Instabilities And Transitions
37 COMPFLU-2018-040 EFFECTS OF FLUID-STRUCTURE-INTERACTION AND SURFACE HETEROGENEITY ON THE ELECTROPHORESIS OF FINITE SIZED MICROPARTICLES Shirsendu Mitra, Abir Ghosh and Dipankar Bandyopadhyay IIT Guwahati Microfluidics
38 COMPFLU-2018-041 EFFECT OF SHAPE ON THE MOVEMENT OF AN INTRUDER OBJECT IN DENSE GRANULAR MEDIUM Bitang Tripura, Sonu Kumar and Katha Anki Reddy IIT Guwahati Granular Matter
39 COMPFLU-2018-042 Effects of surface roughness on flow of granular materials modeled as a non-linear fluid Bikash Sahoo and Fotini Labropulu NIT Rourkela; University of Regina, Canada Granular Matter
40 COMPFLU-2018-043 Molecular Modelling Insights of Deep Eutectic Mixtures as Media for Extractive and Thermal Applications Mood Mohan, Pyarimohan Dehury, Rupesh Verma and Tamal Banerjee IIT Guwahati Computational Methods
41 COMPFLU-2018-044 CRYSTALLIZATION OF BINARY POLYMER BLENDS Ashok Kumar Dasmahapatra IIT Guwahati Polymers
42 COMPFLU-2018-045 Simulation of dense and loose granular flow through a vertical channel using the discrete element method (DEM) Bhanjan Debnath, V Kumaran and Kesava K Rao IISc Bangalore Granular Matter
43 COMPFLU-2018-046 VISCOUS FINGERING INSTABILITY IN FLOW THROUGH POROUS MEDIA Pooja Jangir, Ratan Mohan and Paresh P. Chokshi IIT Delhi Instabilities And Transitions
44 COMPFLU-2018-047 Development of Transparent Nanostructured Superhydrophobic Coating on Glass and Evaluation of Anti-Dust Properties Neha Bhatt and Abhilasha Mishra Graphic Era University Nanomaterials
45 COMPFLU-2018-048 SYNTHYSIS AND ANALYSIS OF PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF BIOMOLECULE MEDIATED SOFT HYDROGELS Priyanka and Anil Kumar IIT Roorkee Nanomaterials
46 COMPFLU-2018-049 RUPTURE AND REBINDING DYNAMICS IN MODEL POLYMER SYSTEMS Prakhar Shukla and Pallavi Debnath IIT Roorkee Polymers
47 COMPFLU-2018-050 The Structure and Dynamics of Polymer Nanocomposites Rahul Mangal IIT Kanpur Polymers
48 COMPFLU-2018-051 Microstructure and Rheology of Shear-thinning and Shear-thickening suspensions Ajeeth Prabhu and Anugrah Singh IIT Guwahati Rheology
49 COMPFLU-2018-052 Colloidal Interaction of Asphaltene with Silica Surfaces Syed Haider Abbas Rizvi, Anil Yadav, Vikram Singh and Jyoti Phirani IIT Delhi Soft Condensed Matter
50 COMPFLU-2018-053 DNA SUPPORTED GRAPHENE QUANTUM DOTS FOR Ag ION SENSING Debabrata Mandal, Suparna Khatun, Amar Nath Gupta and Amreesh Chandra IIT Kharagpur Polymers
51 COMPFLU-2018-054 ANALYSIS OF MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION AND READJUSTING EFFECTS IN CLUSTER-CLUSTER AGGREGATION OF AuNPs USING SHANNON ENTROPY Anurag Singh and Amar Nath Gupta IIT Kharagpur Colloids And Interfaces
52 COMPFLU-2018-055 MAGNETIC FIELD INDUCED STRUCTURAL TRANSITIONS IN CHARGED MAGNETIC NANOEMULSION Dillip Kumar Mohapatra and John Philip Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research Colloids And Interfaces
53 COMPFLU-2018-056 Learning from the bugs: A primer on microbial colloids Anupam Sengupta University of Luxembourg Biological Materials
54 COMPFLU-2018-057 Thermodynamics, Kinetics and Solution Structure Ensemble of Small Therapeutic Proteins Using Metadynamics Gaurav Goel and Anurag Rathore IIT Delhi Computational Methods
55 COMPFLU-2018-058 Rational Design of Branched Gold nanostructures with Enhanced Catalytic, Photothermal and SERS Activities Murugadoss Arumugam University of Madras Nanomaterials
56 COMPFLU-2018-059 SEDIMENTATION ASSISTED SEPARATION OF PLASMA FROM WHOLE BLOOD IN ELASTOCAPILLARY FLOW Alwar Samy Ramasamy and Ashis Kumar Sen IIT Madras Colloids And Interfaces
57 COMPFLU-2018-060 Magnetic field tunable thermal transport in ferrofluids: Effect of polydispersity Sithara Vinod and John Philip Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research Colloids And Interfaces
58 COMPFLU-2018-061 PROBING THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NANOPARTICLE-STABILIZED OIL-IN-WATER MAGNETIC NANOEMULSION DROPLETS: EFFECT OF VARIATIONS IN pH AND IONIC STRENGTH Manali Nandy, Barid Baran Lahiri and John Philip Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research Colloids And Interfaces
59 COMPFLU-2018-062 A COMPUTATIONAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF SWIRLING FLOW IN A BIFURCATED ARTERIES Prashantha B and Anish S M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology Bangalore; NIT Karnataka Transport Processes
60 COMPFLU-2018-063 Variation in Microscopic Structures and Dynamics of Glassy Disordered Domains with Increase of Impurity in Lennard-Jones Liquids Shubhanjali Pathak, Anna Varughese and Prasanth Jose IIT Mandi Soft Condensed Matter
61 COMPFLU-2018-064 STRUCTURAL BIFURCATION ANALYSIS OF UNSTEADY FLOW SEPARATION FROM SHEAR FLOW PAST CIRCULAR CYLINDER AT LOW REYNOLDS NUMBER Atendra Kumar and Rajendra K Ray IIT Mandi Instabilities And Transitions
62 COMPFLU-2018-065 Bacterial chromosome organization: special crosslinks, confinement by cell wall and molecular crowders play the pivotal roles. Apratim Chatterji and Tejal Agarwal IISER Pune Biological Materials
63 COMPFLU-2018-066 Dynamical heterogeneities of chemically confined hydrated water near lipid membranes at room temperature Abhinav Srivastava, Smarajit Karmakar and Ananya Debnath IIT Jodhpur, TIFR Hyderabad Soft Condensed Matter
64 COMPFLU-2018-067 ALL ATOM AND COARSE GRAINED MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS OF ASYMMETRIC MIXED SURFACTANT BILAYERS Arpita Srivastava and Ananya Debnath IIT Jodhpur Soft Condensed Matter
65 COMPFLU-2018-068 Numerical analysis of heat transfer in annulus tube with non-Newtonian nanofluids for different eccentricity Prabhakar Zainith, Niraj Mishra and Deepak Kumar NIT Uttarakhand Transport Processes
66 COMPFLU-2018-069 INVESTIGATION OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF WATER BASED Fe3O4 MAGNETIC NANOFLUIDS Aditya Kumar and Sudhakar Subudhi IIT Roorkee Colloids And Interfaces
67 COMPFLU-2018-070 RHEOLOGICAL STUDY OF COAL WATER SLURRY FUEL(CWSF) Sonali Tajane, Vishal Khanpit and Priyanka Jatav VNIT Nagpur Rheology
68 COMPFLU-2018-071 An experimental study of the effects of the solvent microstructure on the aging and jamming dynamics of aqueous Laponite suspensions Chandeshwar Misra and Ranjini Bandyopadhyay Raman Research Institute Colloids And Interfaces
69 COMPFLU-2018-072 MICRO-RHEOLOGY OF AGING LAPONITE CLAY SUSPENSIONS Rajkumar Biswas and Ranjini Bandyopadhyay Raman Research Institute Colloids And Interfaces
70 COMPFLU-2018-073 Study of instabilities at the interface between a Newtonian and a non Newtonian fluid in quasi two dimensional geometry Palak and Ranjini Bandyopadhyay Raman Research Institute Instabilities And Transitions
71 COMPFLU-2018-074 Discrete Element Method Simulation of Projectile Impacts into a Granular Bed Punyashlok Panda and Dhiraj V. Patil IIT Dharwad Granular Matter
72 COMPFLU-2018-075 Liquid-Liquid Interfacial Structure in the Solvent Extraction of Rare Earth Elements by a Phosphoric Acid Ligand Balarama Sridhar Dwadasi, Sriram Goverapet Srinivasan and Beena Rai Tata Research Development and Design Centre, TCS Research Computational Methods
73 COMPFLU-2018-076 LATTICE BOLTZMANN SIMULATION OF A SINGLE WET AGGREGATE OF SPHERICAL AND NON-SPHERICAL PARTICLES UNDER SHEAR Gaurav Nath, Bahni Ray and Jayati Sarkar IIT Delhi Transport Processes
74 COMPFLU-2018-077 DIP COATING OF COLLOIDAL PARTICULATE SUSPENSIONS ON POROUS ALUMINA SUBSTRATES Aarthi A, Rahul Sathyanath and Sreeram K. Kalpathy IIT Madras Soft Condensed Matter
75 COMPFLU-2018-078 DYNAMICS OF TWO SIDE-BY-SIDE MOVING INTRUDERS IN DENSE GRANULAR MEDIUM Manish Dhiman, Sonu Kumar, Raghvendra Gupta and Katha Anki Reddy IIT Guwahati Granular Matter
76 COMPFLU-2018-079 STATISTICS OF THE THERMAL DISSIPATION RATE AND HEAT TRANSPORT IN TWO-DIMENSIONALTURBULENT RAYLEIGH-BERNARD CONVECTION Mukesh Sharma, Krishan Chand, Arnab Kumar De and Pankaj Kumar Mishra IIT Guwahati Instabilities And Transitions
77 COMPFLU-2018-080 PREDICTION OF RESIDUAL STRESSES IN SOFT GLASSY MATERIALS USING A MULTI-MODE STRUCTURAL KINETIC MODEL Raghav Kumar and Yogesh Joshi IIT Kanpur Rheology
78 COMPFLU-2018-081 Structure and dynamics of water on the graphene oxide surfaces: A molecular dynamics study Rajasekaran and K Ganapathy Ayappa IISc Bangalore Computational Methods
79 COMPFLU-2018-082 STUDY OF TRANSIENT ELECTROKINETIC FLOWS Himadri S. Basu, Supreet S. Bahga and Sasidhar Kondaraju IIT Bhubaneswar; IIT Delhi Microfluidics
80 COMPFLU-2018-083 Modelling complex soft and biomaterials Prabal Maiti IISc Bangalore Soft Condensed Matter
81 COMPFLU-2018-084 A LBM STUDY OF NON-NEWTONIAN FLUID FLOW PAST A CIRCULAR CYLINDER Manju Bisht and Dhiraj V. Patil IIT Mandi; IIT Dharwad Transport Processes
82 COMPFLU-2018-085 BREAST CANCER THERAPY AND CELL IMAGING USING CURCUMIN-LOADED GRAPHENE DERIVATIVE Debajyoti De, Chandan Kanta Das, Debabrata Mandal, Mahitosh Mandal, Amreesh Chandra and Amar Nath Gupta IIT Kharagpur Nanomaterials
83 COMPFLU-2018-086 Rheology of Steady Dense Cohesionless Granular Flows Ashish Bhateja and Devang V. Khakhar IIT Goa Granular Matter
84 COMPFLU-2018-087 Hydrodynamic resistance due to polymer-induced elastic turbulence in microfluidic serpentine flows Siddhartha Gupta, Neelamegam Raju and Siva Vanapalli Texas Tech University Microfluidics
85 COMPFLU-2018-088 Model-Based Predictions Of Particle Phase Velocity Statistics In A Particle-Laden Turbulent Shear Flow Swagnik Ghosh and Partha Goswami IIT Bombay Multiphase Flow
86 COMPFLU-2018-089 PAIR PROBABILITY OF RAPIDLY SETTLING PARTICLE PAIRS IN A TURBULENT FLOW Pijush Patra and Anubhab Roy IIT Madras Multiphase Flow
87 COMPFLU-2018-090 Holographic rheology of viscoelastic fluids in microfluidic geometries Siva Vanapalli and Siddhartha Gupta Texas Tech University Rheology
88 COMPFLU-2018-091 Synthesis, characterization and physicochemical properties of ultra-small (r<2 nm), digestively ripened copper oxide quantum dots Bhusankar Talluri, Prasad Edamana and Tiju Thomas IIT Madras Nanomaterials
89 COMPFLU-2018-092 THERMAL RESPONSE OF GLASS-FORMING LIQUIDS Vinay Vaibhav, Pinaki Chaudhuri and Juergen Horbach Institute of Mathematical Sciences Chennai Soft Condensed Matter
90 COMPFLU-2018-093 GREEN SYNTHESIS OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES USING CITRUS LIMETTA PEELS AND ITS ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTICANCER ACTIVITY Utsav Dalal and Sivamohan Reddy IIT Roorkee Nanomaterials
91 COMPFLU-2018-094 Improvement of the coalescence performance of two aqueous drops in oil under electric field Vikky Anand, Vinay Juvekar and Rochish M Thaokar IIT Bombay Multiphase Flow
92 COMPFLU-2018-095 Microscopic evidences of violation of Stokes-Einstein and Debye-Stokes-Einstein relations in a glass forming linear polymer melt Jalim Singh and Prasanth P. Jose IIT Mandi Soft Condensed Matter
93 COMPFLU-2018-096 A MOLECULAR SIMULATION APPROACH FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PRESSURE - SENSITIVE ADHESIVES BASED ON ACRYLATED EPOXIDIZED LINSEED OIL Manjinder Singh, Sushanta Kumar Sethi and Gaurav Manik IIT Roorkee Computational Methods
94 COMPFLU-2018-097 EXPERIMENTS AND MODELING OF DISSOLUTION BEHAVIOR OF pH-RESPONSIVE FORMULATIONS Alok Ranjan and Prateek Kumar Jha IIT Roorkee Polymers
95 COMPFLU-2018-098 Modelling of heat and mass transfer of oxidative steam reforming of ethanol in steam reformer Piyush Pratap Singh, Tarak Mondal and Neelkanth Nirmalkar IIT Ropar Transport Processes
96 COMPFLU-2018-099 RHEOLOGY OF OIL-WATER INTERFACE UNDERGOING SPONTANEOUS EMULSIFICATION Ekta Sharma, Rochish Thaokar and Vinay Juvekar IIT Bombay Rheology
97 COMPFLU-2018-100 CREEPING FLOW AROUND AN INCLINED SQUARE CYLINDER FALLING IN YIELD-STRESS FLUIDS Kalyani Agarwal and Neelkanth Nirmalkar IIT Ropar Transport Processes
98 COMPFLU-2018-101 UTILIZATION OF PHOTOLUMINESCENT CARBON DOTS FOR DETECTING Cr6+ IONS Rupam Sinha, Ravula Rajasekhar and Tapas K Mandal IIT Guwahati Nanomaterials
99 COMPFLU-2018-102 Correlation between lipid dynamics and structural changes in pore forming protein Listeriolysin O Ilanila Ilangumaran Ponmalar, K. Ganapathy Ayappa and Jaydeep Kumar Basu IISc Bangalore Biological Materials
100 COMPFLU-2018-103 Exploring BSA-Zinc interaction: A Molecular Dynamics Study Shivam Tiwari and Katha Anki Reddy IIT Guwahati Computational Methods
101 COMPFLU-2018-104 VELOCITY AUTOCORRELATION FUNCTION IN UNIFORMLY HEATED GRANULAR GAS Shikha Kumari and Syed Rashid Ahmad Jamia Millia Islamia Granular Matter
102 COMPFLU-2018-105 Glass Transition in Supercooled Liquids with Medium Range Crystalline Order Indrajit Tah, Shiladitya Sengupta, Srikanth Sastry, Chandan Dasgupta and Smarajit Karmakar TIFR Hyderabad, IISc Bangalore, JNCASR Bangalore Soft Condensed Matter
103 COMPFLU-2018-106 MOLECULAR SIMULATIONS OF pH-RESPONSIVE FORMULATIONS FOR ANTICANCER DRUG DELIVERY Ratna Sandeep Katiyar and Prateek Kumar Jha IIT Roorkee Polymers
104 COMPFLU-2018-107 Phase transitions in 2-dimensional bent-core nematics Kamala Latha B., Surajit Dhara and Sastry V.S.S. University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad. Soft Condensed Matter
105 COMPFLU-2018-108 DISCONTINUOUS ATTENUATION IN FLUID PHASE TURBULENCE INTENSITY IN A WALL BOUNDED PARTICLE LADEN FLOW Pradeep Muramulla, Partha Sararthi Goswami and V Kumaran IIT Bombay, IISc Bangalore Multiphase Flow
106 COMPFLU-2018-109 Silo Flow Of Inelastic Dumbbells; Clogging And Its Reduction Vamsi Krishna Reddy Anyam, Sonu Kumar and Katha Anki Reddy IIT Guwahati Granular Matter
107 COMPFLU-2018-110 Break-up of radially expanding liquid sheet Mahesh Tirumkudulu and Nayanika Majumdar IIT Bombay Instabilities And Transitions
108 COMPFLU-2018-111 MINIATURIZATION OF PATTERNS UNDER ATTRACTIVE TOP SURFACE INCASE OF INHOMOGENEOUS LIQUID THIN FILMS Ramya Durga Manga and Jayati Sarkar IIT Delhi Soft Condensed Matter
109 COMPFLU-2018-112 Analysis of Pulsatile flow and heat transfer around a heated semi-circular cylinder Minakshi Dhiman and Amit Dhiman IIT Roorkee Transport Processes
110 COMPFLU-2018-113 EXPERIMENTAL AND POPULATION BALANCE MODELING ON SPIRAL TYPE AIR JET MILL: DRY BATCH MILLING PROCESS Mahesh M. Dhakate, Devang V. Khakhar and Jyeshtharaj B. Joshi IIT Bombay Granular Matter
111 COMPFLU-2018-114 Effect of gap ratio on flow past two heated tandem circular cylinders. Ajay Raj Dwivedi and Amit Dhiman IIT Roorkee Transport Processes
112 COMPFLU-2018-115 Characterization of Stratified Flow of non-Newtonian Fluid in Narrow Channels Garima Vishal, Sudip Pattanayek and Jayati Sarkar IIT Delhi Microfluidics
113 COMPFLU-2018-116 DYNAMICS AND FRAGILITY VARIATION IN ATHERMAL POLYMER NANOCOMPOSITES: ROLE OF NANOPARTICLE DISPERSION Nimmi Das A and Jaydeep Kumar Basu IISc Bangalore Polymers
114 COMPFLU-2018-117 HYDRODYNAMICS OF CHANNEL-SIZE BUBBLES IN GAS-LIQUID FLOW IN CAPILLARIES Sadhana Kumari and Raghvendra Gupta IIT Guwahati Multiphase Flow
115 COMPFLU-2018-118 Anomalous glassy relaxation and its relation to local structure in phase separated systems. Anna Varughese, Jalim Singh and Prasanth Jose IIT Mandi Soft Condensed Matter
116 COMPFLU-2018-119 CRACKING IN DRYING FILMS OF POLYMER SOLUTIONS Bhawana Tomar and Mahesh Tirumkudulu IIT Bombay Polymers
117 COMPFLU-2018-120 HIGH SPEED IMAGING OF RAYLEIGH BREAKUP OF CHARGED DROPLETS LEVITATED IN AN ELECTRODYNAMIC BALANCE Mohit Singh, Neha Gawande, Y.S. Mayya and Rochish Thaokar IIT Bombay Instabilities And Transitions
118 COMPFLU-2018-121 Drug encapsulation and release from swellable chitosan hydrogel spheres Abhishek Kumar, Bhanu Vishwakarma, Alok Ranjan and Prateek K. Jha IIT Roorkee Polymers
119 COMPFLU-2018-122 THE STUDY OF LIQUID-LIQUID INTERFACIAL FREE ENERGY OF GERMANIUM BY CLEAVING WALL METHOD Arvind Kumar Gautam and Avinash Chandra Thapar IET Patiala Computational Methods
120 COMPFLU-2018-123 THEORY AND SIMULATIONS OF RAYLEIGH BREAKUP OF A CHARGED VISCOUS LIQUID DROP Neha Gawande, Y.S. Mayya and Rochish Thaokar IIT Bombay Instabilities And Transitions
121 COMPFLU-2018-124 SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND CURING STUDIES OF BIO-BASED EPOXY RESIN AND IMIDO-AMINE CURING AGENT Tamanna Thakur, Bharti Gaur and Amar Singh Singh NIT Hamirpur Polymers
122 COMPFLU-2018-125 Synthesis and Electrical Transport Properties of V2O5 Nanostructure Hemlata, Mukesh C Bhatnagar and Pintu Das IIT Delhi Nanomaterials
123 COMPFLU-2018-126 Plasmofluidic Assembly of Colloids G V Pavan Kumar IISER Pune Nanomaterials
124 COMPFLU-2018-127 Chemotaxis of ciliated microorganisms Poornachandra Sekhar Burada and Ruma Maity IIT Kharagpur Soft Condensed Matter
125 COMPFLU-2018-128 Modeling the rheological response of functionalized amino acid based supramolecular hydrogels Koduvayur A. Ramya, Samala Murali Mohan Reddy, Ganesh Shanmugam and Abhijit P. Deshpande IIT Madras, CSIR-CLRI Rheology
126 COMPFLU-2018-129 Experimental investigation of alkaline flooding in porous micro-models Vikas Kumar Sharma, Najrul Haque and Anugrah Singh IIT Guwahati Microfluidics
127 COMPFLU-2018-130 A PHYSICS-MOTIVATED UNIFIED EFFECTIVE MODEL FOR FLOWS OVER ROUGH, POROUS AND POROELASTIC WALLS Sudhakar Yogaraj, Ugis Lacis and Shervin Bagheri IIT Goa, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Computational Methods
128 COMPFLU-2018-131 Internal motion inside settling liquid droplets Salma Khatoon, Deepak Mishra, Anugrah Singh and Raghvendra Gupta IIT Guwahati Multiphase Flow
129 COMPFLU-2018-132 Dynamics of Cracking in Drying Colloidal Films Atiya Badar and Mahesh S. Tirumkudulu IIT Bombay Colloids And Interfaces
130 COMPFLU-2018-133 Repulsive interaction induces fibrillization in amylin protein Suparana Khatun, Kumari Shikha, Agneyo Ganguly, Nisha Pawar and Amar Nath Gupta IIT Kharagpur Biological Materials
131 COMPFLU-2018-134 PRESSURE FLOW INSTABILITIES IN THIXOTROPIC YIELD STRESS FLUIDS Mayank Agarwal and Yogesh M. Joshi IIT Kanpur Instabilities And Transitions
132 COMPFLU-2018-135 Drop-size distribution in a radially expanding liquid sheet Soumya Kedia, Nayanika Majumdar and Mahesh Tirumkudulu IIT Bombay Instabilities And Transitions
133 COMPFLU-2018-136 SILICONE NANOPARTICLES FOR DRUG DELIVERY APPLICATIONS Auhin Maparu, Beena Rai, Ashutosh Sharma and Sri Sivakumar IIT Kanpur Nanomaterials
134 COMPFLU-2018-137 NUMERICAL STUDY OF THIN-LIQUID-FILM FLOW OVER A HORIZONTAL CYLINDER USING VOF Chinu Routa and Akhilesh Kumar Sahu NIT Rourkela Multiphase Flow
135 COMPFLU-2018-138 Intermolecular Association in the in-situ formed Physically Cross-linked Poly (vinyl alcohol) Cryogels Nidhi Joshi and Yogesh M. Joshi IIT Kanpur Polymers
136 COMPFLU-2018-139 Role of topological defects on the rigidity of glassy graphene Ravinder, Rajesh Kumar and N. M. Anoop Krishnan IIT Delhi Nanomaterials
137 COMPFLU-2018-140 Development of a transferable inter-atomic potential for boroaluminosilicate glasses Rajesh Kumar, Ravinder and N. M. Anoop Krishnan IIT Delhi Computational Methods
138 COMPFLU-2018-141 STABILITY OF A PARTICLE-LADEN FALLING FILM DOWN AN INCLINE Darish Jeswin Dhas and Anubhab Roy IIT Madras Instabilities And Transitions
139 COMPFLU-2018-142 PARTICLE DYNAMICS IN A SLOT RECTANGULAR SPOUTED BED Ritesh Raman and Partha Goswami IIT Bombay Multiphase Flow
140 COMPFLU-2018-143 Mesoscale mechanics of polydisperse calcium-silicate-hydrates gel Ravinder, Rajesh Kumar and N. M. Anoop Krishnan IIT Delhi Soft Condensed Matter
141 COMPFLU-2018-144 Studies in Electrokinetics using Asymptotic methods Pramod Srinivasula, Rochish Thaokar and Vinay Juvekar IIT Bombay Colloids And Interfaces
142 COMPFLU-2018-145 TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS OF NON-BROWNIAN SUSPENSIONS IN A NON-CONTINUUM GAS Abhisek Kundu, Pijush Patra and Anubhab Roy IIT Madras Multiphase Flow
143 COMPFLU-2018-146 Phase behaviour of block copolymer Pluronic: A rheological perspective Khushboo Suman, Sagar Sourav and Yogesh M. Joshi IIT Kanpur Soft Condensed Matter
144 COMPFLU-2018-147 Experimental Studies on Enhancement of Heat Transfer in a Double Pipe Counter flow Heat Exchanger using Nanofluids Sudheer Prem Kumar Kumar, Naga Sarada Somanchi and Saiteja V JNTUH College of Engineering Hyderabad Transport Processes
145 COMPFLU-2018-148 Shear Flow and Mixing of Cohesive and Lubricated Granular Material Chinmay Katke, Ashish Orpe and Pankaj Doshi IISER Pune, CSIR - NCL Pune Granular Matter
146 COMPFLU-2018-149 SIMULTANEOUS TWO PHASE DYNAMICS IN PARTICLE- LADEN TURBULENT FLOWS Pradeep Muramulla, Partha Sarathi Goswami and V Kumaran IIT Bombay, IISc Bangalore Multiphase Flow
147 COMPFLU-2018-150 NUMERICAL STUDY OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER ON MHD FLOW PAST A PARABOLIC STARTED VERTICAL PLATE WITH VARIABLE TEMPERATURE, MASS DIFFUSION AND CHEMICAL REACTION IN THE PRESENCE VISCOUS DISSIPATION Shankar Goud Bejawada, Ratna Kumari Jilugu, Ravi Gugulothu and Kishan Banothu JNTUH College of Engineering Hyderabad Transport Processes
148 COMPFLU-2018-151 Particle dynamics in natural convection boundary layer over horizontal plate Prasoon K K, Anubhab Roy and Baburaj Puthanveettil IIT Madras Multiphase Flow
149 COMPFLU-2018-152 NORMAL STRESSES IN ANISOTROPIC PARTICLE SUSPENSIONS Tulika Bhattacharyya and Yogesh M. Joshi IIT Kanpur Rheology
150 COMPFLU-2018-153 EFFECT OF INERTIA ON SEDIMENTING ELLIPSOID Prateek Anand and Ganesh Subramanian JNCASR Bangalore Multiphase Flow
151 COMPFLU-2018-154 NUMERICAL STUDIES ON SHELL SIDE FLUID WITH CONTINUOUS HELICAL BAFFLES Ravi Gugulothu, Narsimhulu Sanke, Ratna Kumari Jilugu and G Devendar JNTUH College of Engineering Hyderabad Transport Processes
152 COMPFLU-2018-155 W/O Nano-emulsion formation using mixed non-ionic surfactants Hemant Kumar and Vimal Kumar IIT Roorkee Colloids And Interfaces
153 COMPFLU-2018-156 PAPER BASED BIOSENSORS FOR EARLY DETECTION OF ORAL CANCER FROM SALIVARY BIOMARKERS Subhadeep Mitra, S. Sivakumar and A. Sharma IIT Kanpur Nanomaterials
154 COMPFLU-2018-157 Dynamics of partiles in liquid-liquid stratified flow in a microchannel Thota Krishnaveni, T Renganathan and S Pushpavanam IIT Madras Multiphase Flow
155 COMPFLU-2018-158 GAY-BERNE MESOGENS NEAR SOFT WALL Jagroop kaur and Debabrata Deb Thapar IET Patiala Soft Condensed Matter
156 COMPFLU-2018-159 RHEOLOGY AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF FUMED NANOPARTICLES-IN-NEMATIC LIQUID CRYSTAL SUSPENSIONS Saket Kumar, Goverdhan Singh and Prachi Thareja IIT Gandhinagar Rheology
157 COMPFLU-2018-160 CFD ANALYSIS OF A FORWARD STEP FLOW Vikash sinha and Amit Dhiman IIT Roorkee Transport Processes
158 COMPFLU-2018-161 Chaotic Motion of Inertial Particles Around a Kirchhoff Vortex Deepnil Dutta and Anubhab Roy IIT Madras, IIEST Shibpur Multiphase Flow
159 COMPFLU-2018-162 ANOMALOUS RHEOLOGY OF STAR TELECHELIC POLYLACTIDE IONOMER Amruta Kulkarni, Ashish Lele, Pragati Sharma and Suman Chakrabarty Reliance Industries, IISER Pune Rheology
160 COMPFLU-2018-163 Magnus Effect in Dense Granular Medium Sonu kumar, Manish Dhiman and Katha Anki Reddy IIT Guwahati Granular Matter
161 COMPFLU-2018-164 Transport of Ellipsoidal Particles in External Confinements Narayani Kelkar, Jyoti Seth and Y.S Mayya IIT Bombay Colloids And Interfaces
162 COMPFLU-2018-165 Electrorheological Behaviour of Crude Oil under the Influence of High Electric Field Ankita Jain, Jyoti Seth and Vinay Juvekar IIT Bombay Rheology
163 COMPFLU-2018-166 Gravity-driven droplet dynamics over inverted heterogeneous substrates Rajagopal Vellingiri BITS Goa Multiphase Flow
164 COMPFLU-2018-167 SELF PROPELLED ACTIVE OIL DROPLETS IN POLYMERIC AQUEOUS SOLUTION Prateek Dwivedi and Rahul Mangal IIT Kanpur Colloids And Interfaces
165 COMPFLU-2018-168 Effect of inertia on the transient start-up dynamics and shear banding in plane Couette flow of a Johnson Segalman fluid Shweta Sharma, Viswanathan Shankar and Yogesh M. Joshi IIT Kanpur Transport Processes
166 COMPFLU-2018-169 Impact of orientation in the rising or sinking of a horizontally oscillating shaped intruder Sonu kumar and Katha Anki Reddy IIT Guwahati Granular Matter
167 COMPFLU-2018-170 Dynamical Heterogeneity in DODAB Bilayers Harish Srinivasan, Veerendra Kumar Sharma, Subhankur Mitra and Ramaprosad Mukhopadhyay Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Soft Condensed Matter
168 COMPFLU-2018-171 A Study on Mechanical properties of Chitosan-Glutaraldehyde hydrogels reinforced with Graphene Oxide Sai Geetha Marapureddy and Prachi Thareja IIT Gandhinagar Rheology
169 COMPFLU-2018-172 SURFACE OSCILLATIONS OF A SUB-RAYLEIGH CHARGED DROP LEVITATED IN A QUADRUPOLE TRAP Neha Gawande, Mohit Singh and Rochish Thaokar IIT Bombay Colloids And Interfaces
170 COMPFLU-2018-173 Transient dynamics and shear banding in aging soft glassy materials: stress-controlled flow field Lakshmi Kushwaha, Viswanathan Shankar and Yogesh M. Joshi IIT Kanpur Transport Processes
171 COMPFLU-2018-174 TUNING THE CRYSTAL MORPHOLOGY OF ANISOTROPIC PARTICLES IN THE PRESENCE OF A NON-IONIC SURFACTANT Hiya Goswami and Jyoti Seth IIT Bombay Colloids And Interfaces
172 COMPFLU-2018-175 Physics of Living Cells Nisha Pawar and Matthias Weiss IIT Kharagpur, University of Bayreuth Biological Materials
173 COMPFLU-2018-176 RHEOLOGY AND JAMMING OF ANISOTROPIC PARTICULATE SUSPENSIONS Hiya Goswami and Jyoti Seth IIT Bombay Rheology
174 COMPFLU-2018-177 STUDY OF NUCLEATION AND GROWTH OF WAX CRYSTALS IN MODEL CRUDE OIL Pooja Saxena, Jyoti Seth and Vinay Juvekar IIT Bombay Colloids And Interfaces
175 COMPFLU-2018-178 EFFECTS OF ETHYLENE GLYCOL AND GLYCEROL ON CLOUDING OF AMITRIPTYLINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN PRESENCE OF ADDITIVES Ajmal Koya Pulikkal and Jackson Gurung NIT Mizoram Colloids And Interfaces
176 COMPFLU-2018-179 The Gram positive bacterial cell wall as a composite structure Garima Rani and Issan Patri Chennai Mathematical Institute Biological Materials
177 COMPFLU-2018-180 Interface capturing simulations of bubble collapse and jetting in complex fluids Ratnesh Shukla IISc Bangalore Computational Methods
178 COMPFLU-2018-181 Anomalous flow behaviour in strongly thixotropic fluids Yogesh Joshi IIT Kanpur Rheology
179 COMPFLU-2018-182 Comparative studies of Linear and nonlinear rheological behaviour of Microfibrillated Cellulose and Xanthan Gum suspensions Suresh Kumar Yatirajula and Sweta Sarangi IIT (ISM) Dhanbad Rheology
180 COMPFLU-2018-183 ON-CHIP COLLOIDAL ASSEMBLY USING AC ELECTROKINETICS: TOWARD SINGLE CELL ANALYSIS Meenal Goel, Pragya Swami, Akshay Singh, Ashwin Bhola, Abhishek Verma and Shalini Gupta IIT Delhi Colloids And Interfaces
181 COMPFLU-2018-184 TOWARDS AN UNDERSTANDING OF ELECTROHYDRODYNAMIC AND NON-NEWTONIAN EFFECTS IN T-JUNCTION MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES Amit Gupta, Rattandeep Singh, Venu Gopal Agarwal IIT Delhi Microfluidics
182 COMPFLU-2018-185 SLIDING INSTABILITY OF DRAINING FLUID FILMS Jason Picardo, Georg Dietze, Ranga Narayanan ICTS-TIFR; Univ. Paris Sud; University of Florida Instabilities And Transitions
183 COMPFLU-2018-186 SPATIO-TEMPORAL STRUCTURES OF PRESSURE SWIRL AND AIR-BLAST SPRAYS Mahesh Panchagnula IIT Madras Multiphase Flow
184 COMPFLU-2018-187 Couter-intuitive Adsorption Behaviour of Ions on Charged Surface Sai Adapa and Ateeque Malani IIT Bombay Soft Condensed Matter
185 COMPFLU-2018-188 Entropy driven surface segregation in polymer-colloid Mixture-Role of confinement and chain flexibility Spand Mehta, Rajesh Pavan and Mithun Radhakrishna IIT Gandhinagar Polymers
186 COMPFLU-2018-189 RNA EXTRACTION FROM SINGLE CELLS USING ELECTRICAL LYSIS AND ELECTROPHORESIS Hirofumi Shintaku RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research Microfluidics
187 COMPFLU-2018-190 Stiffness gradient along Hydra's body column is critical for its locomotion Suyash Naik, Manu Unni, Devanshu Sinha, Chandramouli Reddy, Shatruhan Singh Rajput, Shivprasad Patil, Apratim Chatterji, Sanjeev Galande IISER Pune Soft Condensed Matter
188 COMPFLU-2018-191 Using mechanical measures to understand the differences in sensory perception of Potato Chips Omkar Deshmukh, Sushil Dhital, Sandra Olarte Mantilla, Heather Smyth, Stefan Baier, Jason Stokes The University of Queensland; PepsiCo Rheology
189 COMPFLU-2018-192 Internal Friction in single extended protein and its role in folding Shivprasad Patil, Shatruhansingh Rajput, Vikhyaat Ahlawat IISER Pune Biological Materials
190 COMPFLU-2018-193 How solid-liquid interfacial fluctuations affect the behavior of nanodroplets on crystalline surfaces? Ashu Gupta, Shubham Chouksey, Utkarsh Saxena and Kaustubh Rane IIT Gandhinagar Colloids And Interfaces
191 COMPFLU-2018-194 Using multiscale simulations to understand the effect of mutations on the speed of Kinesin motors Nashit Jalal, Atul Sharma and Kaustubh Rane IIT Gandhinagar Biological Materials
192 COMPFLU-2018-195 Phase Transition in Two-Dimensional Gay-Berne liquid crystal Bharti Tuli Thapar IET Patiala Soft Condensed Matter
193 COMPFLU-2018-196 MULTIWALL CARBON NANOTUBE BASED CHEMI-RESISTIVE SENSOR FOR UREA DETECTION Nirmal Roy, Shirsendu Mitra, Tapas Mandal IIT Guwahati Nanomaterials
194 COMPFLU-2018-197 CHEMICAL AND HYDRODYNAMIC INTERACTIONS DETERMINE THE COLLECTIVE DYNAMICS OF ACTIVE COLLOIDS Rajesh Singh, R Adhikari and M.E. Cates University of Cambridge Colloids And Interfaces
195 COMPFLU-2018-198 Interaction of a pair of ferrofluid drops in a rotating magnetic field James Feng The University of British Columbia Multiphase Flow
196 COMPFLU-2018-199 Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Non-Premixed Flame Naveen Kumar and Ankit Bansal IIT Roorkee Transport Processes
197 COMPFLU-2018-200 Rheology of Pluronic-Hyaluronic acid thermoreversible gelling systems Koduvayur A. Ramya and Abhijit Deshpande IIT Madras Rheology
198 COMPFLU-2018-201 Solvent insertion during the photolyses of 2-(2'-thiophenyl)-3-hydroxy-4H-chromenone(THC) using methanol as solvent Manisha Bansal and Kulvir Kaur Punjabi University Patiala Instabilities And Transitions Rejected
199 COMPFLU-2018-202 Boundary integral method for extreme property ratios in droplet electrohydrodynamics Rochish Thaokar, Shivraj Deshmukh and Neha Gawande IIT Bombay Computational Methods
200 COMPFLU-2018-203 MONTE CARLO SIMULATION STUDY ON PORE FORMATION IN THIN MEMBRANES Moses Kartha and Arun Banpurkar Government College of Engineering Karad, Savitribai Phule University Pune Soft Condensed Matter
201 COMPFLU-2018-204 Pressure driven parallel flow in a non-isothermal vertical annulus filled with porous media: Weakly nonlinear theory and bifurcation Arshan Khan and Premananda Bera IIT Roorkee Instabilities And Transitions
202 COMPFLU-2018-205 A model for liquid-liquid slug flow dynamics Sundari Ramji and Pushpavanam S IIT Madras Multiphase Flow
203 COMPFLU-2018-206 ENHANCEMENT OF MIXING IN µ-LITER SESSILE DROPLETS THROUGH VAPOR MEDIATED INTERACTIONS Omkar Hegde, Shubhankar Chakraborty and Saptarsh Basu IISc Bangalore Colloids And Interfaces
204 COMPFLU-2018-207 Experimental study on bubble size and its distribution in slurry column with Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid in presence and absence of surfactant Ritesh Prakash, Subrata Kumar Majumder and Anugrah Singh IIT Guwahati Multiphase Flow
205 COMPFLU-2018-208 Polymer complexion with surfactant and nanoparticle in drilling fluid used for EOR Kodavaty Jagadeeshwar, Inturi Shyam Kumar and Bomma Ramanjaneyulu UPES Dehradun Polymers
206 COMPFLU-2018-209 EVAPORATION AND MORPHOLOGICAL PATTERNS OF BLOOD DROPLET ON VARIOUS WETTABLE SUBSTRATE Sk Rameez Iqbal and Ashis Kumar Sen IIT Madras Colloids And Interfaces
207 COMPFLU-2018-210 VAPOR-MEDIATED ALTERATIONS IN THE EVAPORATION DYNAMICS OF AN ORDERED ARRAY OF SESSILE DROPLET SYSTEM Keshav Kumar Pandey and Saptarshi Basu IISc Bangalore Colloids And Interfaces
208 COMPFLU-2018-211 Investigation of Ni2+ ions biosorption from aqueous solution on Kappaphycus sp. Ayushi Verma Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology Greater Noida Biological Materials
209 COMPFLU-2018-212 Tuning Ultrastability and Crystallinity in Vapor Deposited Nanostructured Polymers Mithun Chowdhury IIT Bombay Nanomaterials
210 COMPFLU-2018-213 Natural convection in an anisotropic porous enclosure due to constant lateral heat flux on the vertical walls in the absence of local thermal non-equilibrium Harish Chandra and Premananda Bera IIT Roorkee Multiphase Flow
211 COMPFLU-2018-214 Large Scale Self-Organized Conducting Polymer Heterostructures for Photovoltaic Applications Siddharth Thakur, Ashok Kumar Dasmahapatra and Dipankar Bandyopadhyay IIT Guwahati Instabilities And Transitions
212 COMPFLU-2018-215 Decoupling of Self Diffusion from Viscosity of Supercooled Water: Role of Translational Jump-diffusion Snehasis Daschakraborty, Shivam Deuby and Vikas Dubey IIT Patna Soft Condensed Matter
213 COMPFLU-2018-216 Synthesis Characterization of 1-cyclopropyl-6-fluoro-7-(piperazin-1-yl)-3-(substituted amine)quinolin-4(1H)-one and their Biological Significance in vitro Gurmeet Kaur and Manisha Bansal Punjabi University Patiala Biological Materials
214 COMPFLU-2018-217 INTERACTION OF PROLINE CHAINS WITH THE ALZHEIMER'S AMYLOID-β PROTOFIBRILS: PROLINE INDUCES ALPHA AND 310 HELIX FORMATION Pavan Krishna Kanchi and Ashok Kumar Dasmahapatra IIT Guwahati Biological Materials
215 COMPFLU-2018-218 MODULAR DRUG PLATFORMS FOR CO-TARGETING CANCER AND INTRACELLULAR BACTERIAL INFECTIONS IN CANCER Rohini Singh, Shalini Gupta, Chandra Shekhar Kumar and Manidipa Banerjee IIT Delhi Biological Materials
216 COMPFLU-2018-219 THERMOREVERSIBLE BSA HYDROGELS: SCAFFOLDS FOR DRUG DELIVERY Shruti Khanna, Ajay Singh, Soumya Behera, Chandra Shekhar Kumar, Manidipa Banerjee and Shalini Gupta IIT Delhi Biological Materials
217 COMPFLU-2018-220 Liquid-liquid interface capillary breakup extensional rheometry Naveen Reddy, Susanna Formenti, Karel Verbeke, Christos Mitrias, Patrick Anderson, Francesco Vangosa and Christian Clasen University of Hasselt; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; Politecnico di Milano Rheology
218 COMPFLU-2018-221 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF POINT-OF-CARE STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF BLOODSTREAM GRAM-POSITIVE BACTERIAL INFECTIONS Pramod Jagtap, Rohini Singh, Rituraj Mishra, Shruti Khanna, Bhanu Mittal, Pratibha Kumari , Karuna Deepika , Hemant Kashyap, Venkataraman Sritharan and Shalini Gupta IIT Delhi Nanomaterials
219 COMPFLU-2018-222 The Study of Swelling Kinetics of Polyelectrolyte (PE) Gels Swati Sen and Arindam Kundagrami IISER Kolkata Soft Condensed Matter
220 COMPFLU-2018-223 USING DROPLET OF EVAPORATION AS A TEMPLATE FOR PATTERNING Prasenjit Kabi, Swetaprovo Chaudhuri and Saptarshi Basu IISc Bangalore Colloids And Interfaces
221 COMPFLU-2018-224 A study on deformation behavior of sedimentary rocks using DEM Kamal Nanda and Arghya Das IIT Kanpur Granular Matter
222 COMPFLU-2018-225 Modeling the dynamics of an isolated polymer chain in flow fields with probability distributions of spring length Praphul Kumar and Indranil Saha Dalal IIT Kanpur Polymers
223 COMPFLU-2018-226 DELAYED YIELDING OF CLAY-POLYMER AND AQUEOUS CLAY DISPERSIONS Akanksha Gavendra and Asima Shaukat BITS Goa Rheology
224 COMPFLU-2018-227 RESONANCE TRIAD INTERACTIONS OF WAVES IN STRATIFIED SHEAR FLOW Lima Biswas, Anubhab Roy and Priyanka Shukla IIT Madras Instabilities And Transitions
225 COMPFLU-2018-228 Microfluidic synthesis of silver nanoparticles in aqueous two phase system Krishna Kinhal, Shashwata Sinha, Nirav Bhatt and S Pushpavanam IIT Madras Nanomaterials
226 COMPFLU-2018-229 TWO-PHASE REACTIVE FLOWS OF JATROPHA OIL AND METHANOL IN MINIATURE REACTOR Raj Verma and Sumana Ghosh IIT Roorkee Multiphase Flow
227 COMPFLU-2018-230 ROLE OF GREASE RHEOLOGY IN ITS LUBRICATION PERFORMANCE Mohd Mubashshir and Asima Shaukat BITS Goa Rheology
228 COMPFLU-2018-231 Design and Experimental Validation of Ultra Low Hydrate Adhesion Surface Arindam Das, Taylor A. Franham, Srinivas Bengaluru Subramanyam and Kripa K. Varanasi IIT Goa, MIT Cambridge Colloids And Interfaces
229 COMPFLU-2018-232 Instability of a tear-film with inhomogeneous concentration and viscosity profiles Mohar Dey, Atul Vivek, Harish Dixit, Ashutosh Richhariya and James Feng The University of British Columbia, ISRO, IIT Hyderabad, LV Prasad Eye Institute Instabilities And Transitions
230 COMPFLU-2018-233 Development of Amphiphillic Peptides to Improve TGF-β3 Refolding Refolding Akshay Chenna and Gaurav Goel IIT Delhi Computational Methods
231 COMPFLU-2018-234 EFFECT OF PARTICLE SIZE ON PATTERN DEOPSITION Lalit Bansal, Saptarshi Basu, Pranjal Seth and Bhubesh Murugappan IISc Bangalore Colloids And Interfaces
232 COMPFLU-2018-235 CUSTOMISED ELECTROHYDRODYNAMIC JET PRINTING WITH POLYMERIC INKS Abhishek Kumar Singh, Ajmera Sankteh Kumar and Supreet Singh Bahga IIT Delhi Microfluidics
233 COMPFLU-2018-236 Granular Rheology at High Inertial Numbers Anurag Tripathi, Mahesh Prasad, Arijit Chakraborty and Satyabrata Patro IIT Kanpur Granular Matter
234 COMPFLU-2018-237 Effect of molecular weight on blend compatibility: A study using multiscale molecular dynamics simulation Sushanta Kumar Sethi, Manjinder Singh and Gaurav Manik IIT Roorkee Computational Methods
235 COMPFLU-2018-238 A NOVEL CO-FLOW MICROFLUIDIC DEVICE TO GENERATE HIPES Ajmera Sanketh Kumar, Archit Agarwal, Rattandeep Singh and Supreet Singh Bahga IIT Delhi Microfluidics
236 COMPFLU-2018-239 A Multi-Scale Model for Insulin Non-Native Aggregation Kinetics Rit Pratik Mishra and Gaurav Goel IIT Delhi Computational Methods
237 COMPFLU-2018-240 NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF LIQUID DRAINING FROM 3D CYLINDRICAL TANK Ranjana Rathaur and Sumana Ghosh IIT Roorkee Multiphase Flow
238 COMPFLU-2018-241 SURFACE TENSION DRIVEN FLOWS IN LAYERED POROUS MEDIA Shabina Ashraf and Jyoti Phirani IIT Delhi Colloids And Interfaces
239 COMPFLU-2018-242 Two phase interface dynamics of forced imbibition in two interacting capillaries Aniket Ambekar, Shabina Ashraf and Jyoti Phirani IIT Delhi Computational Methods
240 COMPFLU-2018-243 ELECTRIC FIELD INDUCED ACTIVE TRANSPORT OF DROPLETS ACROSS MICROFLUIDIC INTERFACES Satarupa Dutta, Partho Sarathi Gooh Pattader, Dipankar Bandyopadhyay IIT Guwahati Microfluidics
241 COMPFLU-2018-244 MULTISCALE SIMULATION OF DROPLET-SUBSTRATE INTERACTION Ananthan M and Gaurav Tomar IISc Bangalore Computational Methods
242 COMPFLU-2018-245 Self assembled transparent conducting network of multi-walled carbon nanotubes formed by evaporation Biswajit Roy, Sanat Karmakar and Sujata Tarafdar Chakdaha College, Nadia; Jadavpur University Colloids And Interfaces
243 COMPFLU-2018-246 Finding wetting efficiency of phases in multiphase flow in a porous medium using tracers Deepshikha Singh, Shantanu Roy, Harish Pant and Jyoti Phirani IIT Delhi, BARC Trombay Multiphase Flow
244 COMPFLU-2018-247 Preferential Migration of Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Response to Loss Modulus Gradient of Polyacrylamide Gel Pallavi Shirke and Abhijit Majumder IIT Bombay Biological Materials
245 COMPFLU-2018-248 Sensitivity Analysis for CFD Simulations of Randomly Arranged Packed Beds of Spheres Shashank Tiwari, Sandeep Gosavi, Shivkumar Bale, Niraj Kulkarni, D. Mandal, Channamallikarjun Mathpati, Ashwin Patwardhan and Jyeshtharaj Joshi ICT Mumbai Multiphase Flow
246 COMPFLU-2018-249 Yielding characterization of Electrorheological Fluids under superposition of two in-plane orthogonal deformation fields Manish Kaushal and Yogesh Joshi IIT Kharagpur, IIT Kanpur Rheology
247 COMPFLU-2018-250 VAPOUR TRIGGERED KINETICS OF BIO-POLYMER MEMBRANES Manikandan G, Ravi Kumar N.V. and Dillip K Satapathy IIT Madras Soft Condensed Matter
248 COMPFLU-2018-251 CALCULATION OF SOME PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF NbB2 UNDER PRESSURE USING QUANTUM ESPRESSO CODES Tara Prasad, Mahesh Chandra Shah, Pankaja Singh and Tanveer Ahmad Wani Barkatullah Univerisity Bhopal, Govt college Jirapur Rajgarh, Noida International Univerisity Computational Methods
249 COMPFLU-2018-252 FORMATION OF HYDROGEL BEADS IN MICROCHANNEL DESIGNED BY 3DP TECHNOLOGY Abhinav Raut, Rama Shankar Verma and S. Pushpavanam IIT Madras Microfluidics
250 COMPFLU-2018-253 Fluidization of binary mixtures Chhotelal Shah K, Srinivas Seethamraju and Manaswita Bose IIT Bombay Multiphase Flow
251 COMPFLU-2018-254 Thin film flows on rotating disk Igin Benny Ignatius and S. Pushpavanam IIT Madras Multiphase Flow
252 COMPFLU-2018-255 Effect of Dielectric loss on microwave shielding of Graphene based Polypyrrole nanocomposite Nisha Gill and Dwijindra Partap Singh Thapar IET Patiala Polymers
253 COMPFLU-2018-256 EFFECT OF SOFT SOLID ON THE SURFACTANT INDUCED MARANGONI MODE INSTABILITY FOR CONTAMINATED SINGLE LIQUID LAYER FLOWING DOWN AN INCLINED SOLID SURFACE Dharmendra Tomar and Gaurav Sharma IIT Roorkee Instabilities And Transitions
254 COMPFLU-2018-257 Use Of Nanoemulsions To Improve Algal Growth Rate Harshita Nigam, Anushree Malik and Vikram Singh IIT Delhi Nanomaterials
255 COMPFLU-2018-258 Modelling and Simulation of Fibrous Filters Surya Ramakrishnan, Arul Prakash and Raghuram Chetty IIT Madras Multiphase Flow
256 COMPFLU-2018-259 A METHOD TO PREDICT TWO-RATE ADSORPTION KINETICS USING DYNAMIC INTERFACIAL TENSION MEASUREMENTS Sumit Tripathi College of Engineering Pune (CoEP), Pune Colloids And Interfaces
257 COMPFLU-2018-260 ELECTRIC FIELD MEDIATED EFFICIENT MICRO REACTOR FOR ACHIEVING HIGH YIELD AND CONVERSION FOR A HETEROGENEOUS TWO PHASE REACTION Surjendu Maity, Joydip Chaudhuri, Shirsendu Mitra and Dipankar Bandyopadhyay IIT Guwahati Microfluidics
258 COMPFLU-2018-261 NON-NEWTONIAN FLOW IN CONDUIT WITH PARTIALLY FILLED POROUS MEDIA Pawan Kumar Pande and Malay Das IIT Kanpur Transport Processes
259 COMPFLU-2018-262 CHEMO-MECHANICAL TRANSDUCTION IN POLYMER GELS: A FINITE ELEMENT APPROACH Priyanka Nemani, Ravi Sastri Ayyagari and Pratyush Dayal IIT Gandhinagar Polymers
260 COMPFLU-2018-263 A generalised Mathieu equation for inviscid, free and parametrically forced capillary oscillations Ratul Dasgupta, Sagar Patankar and Palas Kumar Farsoiya IIT Bombay Multiphase Flow
261 COMPFLU-2018-264 Is there a fundamental difference between equilibrium and out of equilibrium dynamics in a glass-former? Shiladitya Sengupta, H. Tong and H. Tanaka University of Tokyo, Japan Polymers
262 COMPFLU-2018-265 Mechanism of inhibition of amyloid beta fibrillation using charged nanoparticles Ethayraja Mani IIT Madras Colloids and Interfaces
263 COMPFLU-2018-266 Lanthanide-doped Colloidal luminescent nanocrystals: Light Emitting and Detection Applications Venkataramanan Mahalingam IISER Kolkata Colloids and Interfaces
264 COMPFLU-2018-267 Desiccation cracks in colloidal films: Role of External Fields Hisay Lama, Madivala Basavaraj and Dillip Satapathy IIT Madras Colloids and Interfaces
265 COMPFLU-2018-268 Microbial Assemblies: A candidate for COMFLU deliberations? Janhavi Raut Unilever R & D, Bangalore Soft Matter in Industry
266 COMPFLU-2018-269 Advanced Characterization Technologies: Enabling Robust Product Design of Complex Generics Atanu Sengupta Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Hyderabad Soft Matter in Industry
267 COMPFLU-2018-270 A hydrogel-sensor array for multiplexed immunodiagnostics at the point-of-care Dhananjaya Dendukuri Achira Labs, Bangalore Soft Matter in Industry
268 COMPFLU-2018-271 A droplet microfluidic platform for single cell capture, analysis and retrieval Ashwin Lal Shilps Sciences Soft Matter in Industry
269 COMPFLU-2018-272 Graphene - An exponential Technology Srinivasan Duraiswamy Reliance Industries Limited Soft Matter in Industry
270 COMPFLU-2018-273 in-Silico Skin Model : A Platform for Design and Testing of Nanomaterials Rakesh Gupta and Beena Rai TRDDC, TCS Research, Pune Soft Matter in Industry
271 COMPFLU-2018-274 KINETICS OF CONFORMATIONAL CHANGES IN POLYELECTROLYTE SYSTEMS Swati Sen, Soumik Mitra and Arindam Kundagrami IISER Kolkata Polymers
272 COMPFLU-2018-275 Molecular Dice Santosh Ansumali JNCASR Bangalore Computational Methods
273 COMPFLU-2018-276 A non-local, higher-gradient model for granular flows Prabhu Nott IISc Bangalore Rheology
274 COMPFLU-2018-277 Opportunities and Challenges for Indian Industry-Academia Joint Collaboration involving Complex Fluids and Soft Matter Amit Biswas Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Hyderabad Soft Matter in Industry
275 COMPFLU-2018-278 STIMULI RESPONSIVE MICROGELS FOR CANCER THERAPY Garima Agarwal IIT Roorkee Polymers
276 COMPFLU-2018-279 INFLUENCE OF TIB2 ON MICROSTRUCTURE, HARDNESS, AND TENSILE PROPERTIES OF AN ALUMINUM ALLOY BASED METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE J. Karloopia, S. Mozammil and P.K. Jha IIT Roorkee Nanomaterials
277 COMPFLU-2018-280 Continuous Mixing Technology: Process Design with Discrete Element Method (DEM) Simulations Peter Toson, Eva Siegmann, Martina Trogrlic, Dalibor Jajcevic, Johannes Khinast, Pankaj Doshi, Daniel Blackwood and Mary T. Am Ende Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering GmBH, Austria; Worldwide R & D, Pfizer Inc. Groton CT, USA Soft Matter in Industry
278 COMPFLU-2018-281 NATURAL CONVECTION IN AN OPEN-ENDED SQUARE CAVITY WITH VIBRATING WALLS SUBJUGATED TO MAGNETIC FIELD: A LATTICE BOLTZMANN STUDY Krunal Gangawane and Ram Bharti NIT Rourkela, IIT Roorkee Transport Processes
279 COMPFLU-2018-282 Insights into stability of single and multiphase flows S. Pushpavanam IIT Madras Instabilities And Transitions
280 COMPFLU-2018-283 Controlled Generation of Segmented Gas-Liquid-Liquid Flow in Millichannels V. M. Rajesh and Vivek V. Buwa IIT Delhi Multiphase Flow
281 COMPFLU-2018-284 STUDY OF A MONO-DISPERSED AND BINARY GAS-SOLID CONICAL FLUIDIZED BED USING RADIOACTIVE PARTICLE TRACKING TECHNIQUE Lipika Kalo and Rajesh K. Upadhyay IIT Guwahati Multiphase Flow
282 COMPFLU-2018-285 Hydraulic Jumps and Drops across Obstacles M. Dhar, Gargi Das and P. K. Das IIT Kharagpur Multiphase Flow
283 COMPFLU-2018-286 Natural Biopolymer: Science to Engineering Debaprasad Shee and Saptarshi Majumdar IIT Hyderabad Biological Materials
284 COMPFLU-2018-287 REVERSIBLE COLLAPSE TRANSITION OF COLLOIDAL CHAIN Bipul Biswas and Guruswamy Kumaraswamy CSIR - NCL Pune Colloids And Interfaces
285 COMPFLU-2018-288 MICROSTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF THE FLOW OF DENSE NON-BROWNIAN SUSPENSIONS THROUGH CONTACT NETWORKS Rangarajan Radhakrishnan and Jin Sun University of Edinburgh, UK Rheology
286 COMPFLU-2018-289 Global stability analysis of flow past a square cylinder with slip walls A. Sameen IIT Madras Instabilities And Transitions
287 COMPFLU-2018-290 Effect of strain rate variation on energy redistribution during comminution Arghya Das and Soukat Kumar Das IIT Kanpur Granular Matter

Tantative Schedule for COMPFLU-2018

Scientific Sessions Schedule

DAY – 1
(DEC 06, 2018)
DAY – 2
(DEC 07, 2018)
DAY – 3
(DEC 08, 2018)
DAY – 4
(DEC 09, 2018)
AFTERNOON FORENOON AFTERNOON FORENOON AFTERNOON FORENOON
A1: Nanomaterials B1: Multiphase Flow C1: Granular Matter D1: Soft Condensed Matter E1: Rheology F1: Polymers
A2: Soft Matter in Industry B2: Instabilities and Transitions C2: Microfluidics D2: Colloids and Interfaces F2: Computational Methods
C3: Transport Processes# D3: Biological Materials

Brief Program Schedule

  • Each oral/parallel session have 4 talk (20 minutes each) (#Only a poster session)
  • Posters will be on display for whole day. The poster evaluation will be done during the time slot mentioned for poster session in the schedule.
Time Slots DAY – 1 (DEC 06, 2018) DAY – 2 (DEC 07, 2018) DAY – 3 (DEC 08, 2018) DAY – 4 (DEC 09, 2018)
9:00 - 10:20 Parallel Oral Sessions
  • B1-1: Multiphase Flow
  • B2-1: Instabilities and Transitions
Parallel Oral Sessions
  • D1-1: Soft Condensed Matter
  • D2-1: Colloids and Interfaces
  • D3-1: Biological Materials
Parallel Oral Sessions
  • F1-1: Polymers
  • F2-1: Computational Methods
10:20 - 11:30

Registration

Poster Session II
  • B1: Multiphase Flow
  • B2: Instabilities and Transitions
  • Tea break
Poster Session IV
  • D1: Soft Condensed Matter
  • D2: Colloids and Interfaces
  • Tea break
Poster Session VI
  • F1: Polymers
  • F2: Computational Methods
  • Tea break
11:30 - 12:50

Welcome address

and High tea
Parallel Oral Sessions
  • B1-2: Multiphase Flow
  • B2-2: Instabilities and Transitions
Parallel Oral Sessions
  • D1-2: Soft Condensed Matter
  • D2-2: Colloids and Interfaces
  • D3-2: Biological Materials
Parallel Oral Sessions
  • F1-2: Polymers
  • F2-2: Computational Methods

12:50 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 15:20 Parallel Oral Sessions
  • A1-1: Nanomaterials
  • A2-1: Soft Matter in Industry
Parallel Oral Sessions
  • C1-1: Granular Matter
  • C2-1: Microfluidics
Parallel Oral Sessions
  • D2-3: Colloids and Interfaces
  • E1-1: Rheology
15:20 - 16:30 Poster Session I
  • A1: Nanomaterials
  • A2: Soft Matter in Industry
  • Tea break
Poster Session III
  • C1: Granular Matter
  • C2: Microfluidics
  • C3: Transport Processes
  • Tea break
Poster Session V
  • D3: Biological Materials
  • E1: Rheology
  • Tea break
16:30 - 17:50 Parallel Oral Sessions
  • A1-2: Nanomaterials
  • A2-2: Soft Matter in Industry
Parallel Oral Sessions
  • B1-3: Multiphase Flow
  • C1-2: Granular Matter
  • C2-2: Microfluidics
Parallel Oral Sessions
  • D3-3: Biological Materials
  • E1-2: Rheology
18:00 - 20:00

Industry workshop

Felicitation Function

for Dr. V.M. Naik

20:00 - 22:00

Banquet Dinner

IUWSM-2018: Indo-US Workshop on Soft Matter

Overview

Indo-US Workshop on Soft Matter (IUWSM-2018) is being organized, as part of the Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF) Joint Center on Engineering Applications of Designer Nanoparticle Assemblies.

This workshop is aimed at young researchers, such as PhD students (registered in 3rd year or above), postdoctoral fellows and other early career researchers from academia and industry. Speakers at the workshop will feature leading researchers in the area of polymers, nanoparticles, nanocomposites and self assembly.

The objective of the workshop is to provide a bird's eye view of emerging themes in self assembly of nanoparticles and how this is influenced by surface functionalization and the presence of a polymeric matrix. There will also be sessions that introduce basic concepts in polymer physics and that describe various experimental tools that are relevant to this research area.

Speakers:

IUWSM-2018 has the following eminent speakers:

Speaker Affiliation
Dr. B.L.V. Prasad, Scientist Physical and Materials Chemistry Division, CSIR - NCL Pune
Dr. Basavaraj Madivala Gurappa, Professor Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras
Dr. Guruswamy Kumaraswamy, Scientist Physical and Materials Chemistry Division, CSIR-NCL Pune
Dr. P. Jeevanandham, Professor Department of Chemistry, IIT Roorkee
Dr. Rajdip Bandyopadhyaya, Professor Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Bombay
Dr. Sanat Kumar, Professor Department of Chemical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, USA
Dr. Suryasarathi Bose, Professor Department of Materials Engineering, IISc Bangalore
Dr. Vinothan N. Manoharan, Professor Wagner Family Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
Dr. Yogesh Joshi, Professor Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Kanpur

Call for applications

Eligibility:

  • PhD students (preferably registered in 3rd year or beyond), postdoctoral fellows and faculty members of any disciplines of engineering, science and medicine
  • Industry professionals working in the area of soft matter, complex fluids, bio- and nano-technology.

Application Procedure:

Eligible candidates may apply for possible participation in IUWSM-2018 latest by Oct 05, 2018 as follow:

  • Download the application form (fillable PDF) template from. click here
  • Get a reference letter from your referee (i.e., research supervisor, etc.).
  • Submit the duly filled application form with a reference letter (both in pdf format) through online-application portal. click here
  • Last date of application: Oct 05, 2018

Registration:

All the selected participants must register by the last date of registration (see the important dates). Please see "Registration and accommodation" section of website for more details.

Tentative Schedule

A Tentative Schedule of IUWSM-2018 with speakers information is shown below.

Day - 1 (December 09, 2018)
Time Schedule Event Venue
14:00 - 14:30 Registration of workshop participants TBA
14:30 - 16:00 Lecture on Introduction to polymer physics by Prof. Sanat Kumar, Columbia University, USA TBA
16:00 - 16:30 Tea Break TBA
16:30 - 18:00 Lecture on Dynamics of polymers and rheology by Prof. Yogesh Joshi, IIT Kanpur TBA
Day - 2 (December 10, 2018)
Time Schedule Event Venue
8:30 - 10:00 Lecture on Colloids and nanoparticles: synthesis and surface modification by Dr. B.L.V. Prasad, CSIR-NCL Pune TBA
10:00 - 11:30 Lecture on Colloids and nanoparticles: synthesis and surface modification by Prof. P. Jeevanandham, IIT Roorkee TBA
11:30 - 12:00 Tea Break TBA
12:00 - 13:30 Lecture on Scattering studies to characterize polymers and colloids by Dr. Guruswamy Kumaraswamy, CSIR-NCL Pune TBA
13:30 - 14:30 Lunch Break TBA
14:30 - 16:00 Lecture on Characterization of colloids and nanoparticles by Prof. Rajdip Bandyopadhyaya, IIT Bombay TBA
16:00 - 16:30 Tea Break TBA
16:30 - 18:00 Lecture on Forces that govern nanoparticle assembly by Prof. Vinothan N. Manoharan, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA TBA
Day - 3 (December 11, 2018)
Time Schedule Event Venue
9:00 - 10:30 Lecture on Dynamics in nanoparticle assemblies by Prof. Basavaraj Madivala Gurappa, IIT Madras TBA
10:30 - 12:00 Lecture on Colloid polymer nanocomposites by Prof. Suryasarathi Bose, IISc Bangalore TBA
12:00 - 13:00 Valedictory function TBA

List of Accepted Applicants

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S. No. Application No. Name Department/ Unit Institute/ Organization Country Referee
1 IUWSM-2018-001 Nabi Ahamad Chemistry IIT Roorkee India Pallavi Debnath, IIT Roorkee
2 IUWSM-2018-002 Supriya Gupta Chemical Engineering IIT Delhi India Paresh Chokshi, IIT Delhi
3 IUWSM-2018-003 Aakash Sharma Polymer Science and Engineering CSIR-NCL Pune India Guruswamy Kumaraswamy, CSIR-NCL Pune
4 IUWSM-2018-004 Lachit Saikia Physics IISc Bangalore India Prerna Sharma, IISc Bangalore
5 IUWSM-2018-005 Siddhartha Gupta Chemical Engineering Texas Tech University United States Siva A. Vanapalli, Texas Tech University
6 IUWSM-2018-006 Som Dutt Chemical Engineering IIT Delhi India Jayati Sarkar, IIT Delhi
7 IUWSM-2018-007 Harinadha Gidituri Mathematics Swinburne University of Technology Australia Andriy Pototskyy, Swinburne University of Technology
8 IUWSM-2018-008 Emmanuel Joseph Polymer Science and Engineering CSIR - NCL Pune India Anuya Nisal, CSIR-NCL Pune
9 IUWSM-2018-009 Sithara Vinod SMART Materials Section IGCAR Kalpakkam India John Philip, IGCAR Kalpakkam
10 IUWSM-2018-010 Manali Nandy SMART Materials Section IGCAR Kalpakkam India John Philip, IGCAR Kalpakkam
11 IUWSM-2018-011 Anuja Das Chemical Engineering IIT Kharagpur India Rabibrata Mukherjee, IIT Kharagpur
12 IUWSM-2018-012 Mounika Gosika Physics IISc Bangalore India Prabal K. Maiti, IISc Bangalore
13 IUWSM-2018-013 Rajkumar Biswas Soft Condensed Matter Raman Research Institute Bangalore India Ranjini Bandyopadhyay, Raman Research Insitiute
14 IUWSM-2018-014 Divya Khurana Mathematics IIIT Delhi India Sarthok Sircar, IIIT Delhi
15 IUWSM-2018-015 Manga Ramya Durga Chemical Engineering IIT Delhi India Jayati Sarkar, IIT Delhi
16 IUWSM-2018-016 Palak Palak Soft Condensed Matter Raman Research Institute India Ranjini Bandyopadhyay, Raman Research Institute
17 IUWSM-2018-017 Praveen Kumar Sappidi Chemical Engineering IIT Kanpur India Jayant Kumar Singh, IIT Kanpur
18 IUWSM-2018-018 Chandeshwar Mishra Soft Condensed Matter Raman Research Institute India Ranjini Bandyopadhyay, Raman Research Institute
19 IUWSM-2018-019 Krishna V Kinhal Chemical Engineering IIT Madras India S .Pushpavanam, IIT Madras
20 IUWSM-2018-020 Dillip Kumar Mohapatra SMART Materials Section IGCAR Kalpakkam India John Philip, IGCAR Kalpakkam
21 IUWSM-2018-021 Marlin Baral Centre for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences (CeNS) Mangalore University India S.Krishna Prasad, CeNS, Mangalore University
22 IUWSM-2018-022 Monmee Phukan Chemical Engineering IIT Hyderabad India Balaji Iyer, IIT Hyderabad
23 IUWSM-2018-023 Rama Sharma Biotechnology GLA University, Mathura India Shoor Vir Singh, GLA University, Mathura
24 IUWSM-2018-024 Suparna Khatun Physics IIT Kharagpur India Amar Nath Gupta, IIT Kharagpur
25 IUWSM-2018-025 Debajyoti De Physics IIT Kharagpur India Amar Nath Gupta, IIT Kharagpur
26 IUWSM-2018-026 Anish Rao Chemistry IISER Pune India Pramod P. Pillai, IISER Pune
27 IUWSM-2018-027 Meneka Banik Chemical Engineering IIT Kharagpur India Rabibrata Mukherjee, IIT Kharagpur
28 IUWSM-2018-028 Amruta Kulkarni Physics IISER Pune India Ashish Lele, Reliance Industries Ltd
29 IUWSM-2018-029 Anurag Singh Physics IIT Kharagpur India Amar Nath Gupta, IIT Kharagpur
30 IUWSM-2018-030 Pooja Jangir Chemical Engineering IIT Delhi India Paresh P. Chokshi, IIT Delhi
31 IUWSM-2018-031 D B Sridhar Physical Sciences Research Group TRDDC, TCS Research India Rakesh Gupta, TRDDC, TCS Research
32 IUWSM-2018-032 Rakesh Gupta Physical Sciences Research Group TRDDC, TCS Research India Beena Rai, TRDDC, TCS Research
33 IUWSM-2018-033 Bhupender Singh Institute Instrumentation Centre IIT Roorkee India Anil Kumar, IIT Roorkee
34 IUWSM-2018-034 Bipul Biswas Polymer Science and Engineering CSIR - NCL Pune India Guruswamy Kumaraswamy, CSIR-NCL Pune
35 IUWSM-2018-035 Ankita Bisht Metallurgical and Materials Engineering IIT Roorkee India Debrupa Lahiri, IIT Roorkee
36 IUWSM-2018-036 Sajan Singh Textile Technology IIT Delhi India Bhanu Nandan, IIT Delhi
37 IUWSM-2018-037 Nimmi Das A Physics IISc Bangalore India Jaydeep K Basu, IISc Bangalore
38 IUWSM-2018-038 Omkar Hegde Mechanical Engineering IISc Bangalore India Saptarshi Basu, IISc Bangalore
39 IUWSM-2018-039 Alejandro Krauskopf Chemical Engineering Columbia University United States Sanat Kumar, Columbia University
40 IUWSM-2018-040 Naveen Kumar P M Chemistry IIT Bombay India Kamendra P Sharma, IIT Bombay
41 IUWSM-2018-041 Bhawana Singh Tomar Chemical Engineering IIT Bombay India Mahesh S Tirumkudulu, IIT Bombay
42 IUWSM-2018-042 Vaibhav Jain Metallurgical and Materials Engineering IIT Roorkee India Debrupa Lahiri, IIT Roorkee
43 IUWSM-2018-043 Akanksha Pandey Polymer and Process Engineering IIT Roorkee India Sham Sundar Ravindranath , IIT Roorkee
44 IUWSM-2018-044 Abhinav Raut Chemical Engineering IIT Madras India S. Pushpavanam, IIT Madras
45 IUWSM-2018-045 Mrinmoy Mukherjee Physics TIFR Hyderabad India Jagannath Mondal, TIFR hyderabad
46 IUWSM-2018-046 Soumya Kedia Chemical IIT Bombay India Mahesh S. Tirumkudulu, IIT Bombay
47 IUWSM-2018-047 Ajit Kumar Jha Mechanical Engineering IIT(BHU) India Prashant Shukla, IIT (BHU) Varansi
48 IUWSM-2018-048 Satish Jaiswal Metallurgical and Materials Engineering IIT Roorkee India Debrupa Lahiri, IIT Roorkee
49 IUWSM-2018-049 Connor Bilchak Chemical Engineering Columbia University United States Sanat Kumar, Columbia University
50 IUWSM-2018-050 Nitish Singh Chemical Engineering IIT Kanpur India Animangsu Ghatak, IIT Kanpur
51 IUWSM-2018-051 Yogesh Kumar Polymer and Process Engineering IIT Roorkee India Sham Sunder Ravindranath, IIT Roorkee
52 IUWSM-2018-052 Sumit Polymer and Process Engineering IIT Roorkee India Sham Sunder Ravindranath, IIT Roorkee

Important Dates

Tentative list of the COMPFLU-2018 sessions Feb 25, 2018
Invitation to the session chairs Mar 01, 2018
Finalization of sessions and session chairs Mar 15, 2018
Invitation to speakers Apr 01, 2018
Abstract submission begins Jun 15, 2018
Acceptance of invitation by Speakers Jun 30, 2018
Final list of invited speakers Jul 15, 2018
Last date of abstract submission Aug 15 Aug 31, 2018
Abstract acceptance notice Sep 20, 2018
Finalization of COMPFLU scientific program Sep 20, 2018
Registration for COMPFLU Sep 20 - Oct 15, 2018
Applications for IUWSM - 2018 Aug 01 - Oct 05, 2018
Acceptance notice for IUWSM applicants Oct 15, 2018
Registration for IUWSM Oct 15 - 22, 2018
COMPFLU - 2018 Dec 06 - 09, 2018
IUWSM - 2018 (post-conference) Dec 09 - 11, 2018

Sponsors and Exhibits

Our Sponsors

COMPFLU-2018 and IUWSM-2018 are proudly sponsored by the following organizations:

IOCL Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL)
    Gold Sponsor
  • Contribution of INR 3,00,000
Anton-Parr India Pvt. Ltd. Anton-Parr India Pvt. Ltd.
    Silver Sponsor
  • Contribution of INR 1,50,000
    Additional Contribution:
  • INR 11,000 for Cash Prize to the best awardee
  • Trophy (1 number) to the best awardee
  • Kit: Notepads and Pens (each 400 numbers)
Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), UK Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), UK
    Silver Sponsor
  • Contribution of INR 1,50,000
Indian Society of Rheology (ISR) Indian Society of Rheology (ISR)
ACS Publications ACS International India Pvt. Ltd.,
Subsidiary of ACS Publications
  • Contribution of INR 35,000
    Additional Contribution:
  • INR 40,000 for eight Poster Prizes (INR 5000 each) on behalf of following journals
    • ACS Omega
    • Langmuir
    • Macromolecules
    • Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation
    • ACS Applied Biomaterials
    • ACS Applied Nano Materials
    • ACS Biomaterial Science & Engineering
    • Chemical & Engineering News (flagship magazine)
Royal Chemistry India Private Limited, Subsidiary of Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Royal Chemistry India Pvt. Ltd.,
Subsidiary of Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
    Additional Contribution:
  • INR 20,000 for four Poster Prizes (INR 5000 each) on behalf of journal RSoft Matter
Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF) Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF)
    Additional Contribution:
  • INR 2,50,000 as Travel support for IUWSM speakers

Call for Sponsors and Exhibits

We invite you to consider becoming a sponsor and support International Conference on Complex Fluids and Soft Matter (COMPFLU-2018), organized by the Department of Chemical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, India. The Indo-US Workshop on Soft Matter is also being organized as part of this 12th CompFlu meeting (COMPFLU-2018).

COMPFLU-2018 is an international meeting for researchers in the interdisciplinary areas of fluid mechanics, complex fluids or soft matter, nano- / bio- materials, etc. Compflu meetings have been held in India since 2002, and provide a platform for soft matter researchers from academia, research laboratories, and industry to come together and interact. This coneference provides an excellent oppurtunity to industries and other organizations showcase and promote their products to national and international delegates. It provides a suitable environment to interact with academicians, scientists, industry persons, and students.

Typical use of corporate support is to have larger students participation in COMPFLU-2018 at reduced fees without increasing the general registration. The student volunteers can also be benefited with complimentary registration with the help of such support. Exhibits by sponsors also help in sharing the current trends and updates to researchers about relevant applications and opportunities. Corporate support can be targeted to a particular activity of COMPFLU.

Your support is very important to the this meeting, and we ensures that the contributions will be duly acknowledged at suitable places. Kindly review the following available sponsorship opportunities and associated benefits.

Level of Sponsorship Benefits
Diamond
(Contributions of INR 5,00,000 or greater)
  • Company stall (up to 150 sq ft) at conference venue.
  • Complimentary registration and accommodation for four delegates.
  • Company logo on registration kit (Bag, name badges, note-book, etc.).
  • Company name and logo in all banners and posters used in conference events.
  • Display of company name and company's profile link on conference web page.
  • Visibility in website for next one year under the section of previous sponsor
  • Acknowledgement in conference program, and memento.
Gold
(Contributions of INR 3,00,000 or greater)
  • Company stall (up to 120 sq ft) at conference venue.
  • Complimentary registration and accommodation for two delegates.
  • Company logo on registration kit (Bag, note-book, etc.).
  • Company name and logo in all banners and posters used in conference events.
  • Display of company name on conference web page.
  • Acknowledgement in conference program, and memento.
Silver
(Contributions of INR 1,50,000 or greater)
  • Company logo on registration kit (Bag, name badges, etc.).
  • Company name and logo in all banners and posters used in conference events.
  • Display of company name on conference web page.
  • Acknowledgement in conference program, and memento.

Registration

Registration Fees

COMPFLU - 2018 Conference Fee
(Last date: Oct 15, 2018)
Regular registration by last date
  • Rs. 6,000
    for participants affiliated to Indian institutes/universities/industries/organizations
  • USD 110 | XE Currency Converter
    for participants affiliated to abroad institutes/universities/industries/organizations
Late registration after last date
  • Rs. 10,000
    for participants affiliated to Indian institutes/universities/industries/organizations
  • USD 150 | XE Currency Converter
    for participants affiliated to abroad institutes/universities/industries/organizations
IUWSM - 2018 Workshop Fee
(Last date: Oct 22, 2018)
  • Rs. 6,000 (including hostel accommodation)
    for participants affiliated to Indian institutes/universities/industries/organizations
  • Rs. 4,000 (without accommodation)
    for participants affiliated to Indian institutes/universities/industries/organizations
  • USD 110 | XE Currency Converter
    for participants affiliated to abroad institutes/universities/industries/organizations
Please note that,
  • Registration fee is non-refundable and must be paid online for conference.
  • Fees (inclusive of 18% GST) is chargable per presentation as well as per attendee.
  • Registration is mandatory for all participants, including invited speakers and session chairs
  • Registration fees covers meals and refreshments during the conference/workshop, conference/workshop kit, local transportation for participants from hotels to conference venue, and hostel accommodation for student participants.
  • Workshop registration fees must be separately paid online by the deadline, failing which selected candidates forfeit their seat and we offer the seat to the next person.

COMPFLU-2018 Registration Procedure

Registration steps for all COMPFLU-2018 attendees (with and without abstract) are as follow:
  1. Online payment of registration fees
  2. Online registration for COMPFLU-2018
Online payment of registration fees:
  • Click here to browse the SBI online fees payment portal.
  • At the bottom of page, click Check Box and then click Proceed button for the payment.
  • Select Payment Category: IIT Roorkee Conference
  • Fill the Conference Code: CONFR-71-CHD
  • Select Category: Individual
  • Registration Fee:
    • Pleae see the above "registration fees" section.
  • Payable Amount: full registration fee
  • Remarks: COMPFLU-2018-xyz
    • Replace 'xyz' by the abstract submission number, i.e., 005 for submission number 5 and 010 for submission number 10, etc.
    • Replace 'xyz' by 000 for registration of session chairs and/or without submitted abstract
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  • Click Confirm button to continue.
  • You will be directed to a payment gateway where you can choose from a range of options.
  • After making the payment, you will get a confirmation page and a SMS on the mobile number provided above.
  • Note down SBCollect Reference Number on the confirmation page. You will need to fill it in the registration form.
Online registration for COMPFLU-2018:
  • Click here to open the online registration form.
  • Fill all the required information and click "next" at the bottom of page
  • Fill the registration fee payment details
  • Submit the dully completed form.

IUWSM-2018 Registration Procedure

Registration steps for all IUWSM-2018 attendees are as follow:
  1. Online payment of registration fees
  2. Online registration for IUWSM-2018
Online payment of registration fees:
  • Click here to browse the SBI online fees payment portal.
  • At the bottom of page, click Check Box and then click Proceed button for the payment.
  • Select Payment Category: IIT Roorkee Conference
  • Fill the Conference Code: CONFR-71-CHD
  • Select Category: Individual
  • Registration Fee:
    • Pleae see the above "registration fees" section.
  • Payable Amount: full registration fee
  • Remarks: write your application number (see list of applications under workshop link)
  • Click Submit button to continue.
  • Click Confirm button to continue.
  • You will be directed to a payment gateway where you can choose from a range of options.
  • After making the payment, you will get a confirmation page and a SMS on the mobile number provided above.
  • Note down SBCollect Reference Number on the confirmation page. You will need to fill it in the registration form.
Online registration for IUWSM-2018:
  • Click here to open the online registration form.
  • Fill all the required information and click "next" at the bottom of page
  • Fill the registration fee payment details
  • Submit the dully completed form.

Accommodation

  • Accommodation for students will be made in the student hostels of IIT Roorkee and will be complementary with conference registration fee.
  • Accommodation for all other delegates, on self-payment basis, will be made in institute guesthouses and nearby hotels (e.g., Sarovar Portico, etc.).
  • Due to the limited accommodation in institute guest houses, priority will be given to foreign delegates, women delegates, session chairs and invited speakers.
  • Arrangements for discounted pricing are being made with the hotels.

Contact us

Conveners:
e-mail: compflu2018@iitr.ac.in
Postal details:
  • Conference Secretariat
    COMPFLU-2018
  • Department of Chemical Engineering
    Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
    Roorkee - 247667
    Uttarakhand, INDIA
Web URL:

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  • List of Abstracts with their status is uploaded under "conference" section.
  • Program Schedule is available under "conference" section.
  • Acceptance notice to applicants has been sent on Oct 13, 2018.
  • List of accepted applicants available under "workshop" section.
  • Last date for COMPFLU-2018: Oct 15, 2018
  • Last date for IUWSM-2018: Oct 22, 2018
  • See "Registration" section for more details.

See "Sponsors and Exhibits" section for detailed contribution.

  • IOCL
  • Anton-Parr India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), UK Indian Society of Rheology (ISR)
  • ACS Publications
  • Royal Chemistry India Private Limited, Subsidiary of Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)RSoft Matter Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF)
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