Talk: Elastohydrodynamics of microscale swimming

Talk by Associate Professor Maciej Lisicki

University of Warsaw

Microscale swimming describes the motion of small living organisms through a fluid. Elastohydrodynamics accounts for the coupling between fluids and soft solids. These two fields are closely related, as the elasticity of a swimming organism affects the fluid around it, and vice versa. 

In his talk, Lisicki will discuss the various methods of microscale swimming, how these processes can be modeled using elastohydrodynamics, and the potential applications of this research [1].




fre 23 sep 22


DTU Fysik


DTU Lyngby Campus
Bygning 309 
Rum 225