I believe that combining different expertise and experience in research projects enable us to deepen our understanding and solve higly complex problems. I am (and have been) privileged to have the oportunity to work with highly talented and inspiring researchers within a wide range of fields (applied mathematics, engineering, chemistry, material science, physics and biology), on multi-diciplinary problems.
(A) Royal Institute of Technology Prof. Gustav Amberg, Department of Mechanics Dr. Minh Do-Quang, Department of Mechanics Prof. Berk Hess, Department of Physics and Science of Life Laberatory Prof. Pavel Kudinov, Department of Physics, Division of Nuclear Power Safety
(B) Harvard University Prof. L. Mahadevan, Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Department of Physics, and Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Prof. Jagesh V. Shah, Department of Systems Biology Prof. Joanna Aizenberg, Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Dr. Yasmin Meroz, Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (C) Brown University Prof. Shreyas Mandre, School of Engineering Prof. Tapio Ala-Nissilä, Department of Physics (also at Aalto University) (D) Princeton University Prof. Howard A. Stone, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (E) North Carolina State University Prof. Nam Dinh, Department of Nuclear Engineering (F) Korean Advanced Institute of Technology Prof. Pilnam Kim, Department of Bio and Brain Engineering (G) University of Tokyo Prof. Junichiro Shiomi, Department of Physics (H) University of Bologna Dr. Gabriele Bellani, Department of Industrial Engineering (I) Aalto University Prof. Tapio Ala-Nissilä, Department of Physics (J) ASCOMP Dr. Djamel Lakehal, ASCOMP Dr. Chidambaram Narayanan, ASCOMP