The Kavli Institute is one of the most renowned centers for Theoretical Physics in the world. Located at the University of California Santa Barbara, it hosts programs that bring physicists together from all over the world to work on common problems. By having people co-located in one place, they’re able to collaborate and interact in ways not normally possible in university departments.
This semester, KITP is hosting a program called “Geometry, elasticity, fluctuations, and order in 2D soft matter”. Softmattertheory PI Tim Atherton is spending three weeks at the institute, discussing our work on Pickering Emulsions with other scientists in our field.
Recent Blog Posts
- New publication: “Arrested coalescence of viscoelastic droplets: triplet shape and restructuring”
- Recap of the SoftMatterTheory residency at the University of New South Wales
- Video projects from Physics 12 Fall 2016
- New publication: “Predicting the influence of plate geometry on the eddy-current pendulum”
- New publication: “Shape minimisation problems in liquid crystals”
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