Publications

Submitted

144. Spontaneous oscillations of elastic filaments induced by molecular motors
G. DeCanio, E. Lauga and R. E. Goldstein. Preprint

143. Leading-order Stokes flows near a corner
J. Dauparas and E. Lauga

142. Bundling of elastic filaments induced by hydrodynamic interactions
Y. Man, W. Page, R. Poole and E. Lauga


2017

141. Active particles in periodic lattices
A. Chamolly, T. Ishikawa and E. Lauga, New J. Phys., 2017 (to appear).

140. A two-fluid model for locomotion under self-confinement
S. Y. Reigh and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Fluids, 2017 (to appear).

139. Analytical solutions to slender-ribbon theory
L. Koens and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Fluids, 2017 (to appear).

138. An empirical resistive-force theory for slender biological filaments in shear-thinning fluids
E. E. Riley and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 2017 (to appear).

137. Bubble-based acoustic micropropulsors: active surfaces and mixers
N. Bertin, T. Spelman, T. Combriat, H. Hue, O. Stéphan, E. Lauga and P. Marmottant, Lab Chip, 17, 1515, 2017. pdf

136. The non-Gaussian tops and tails of diffusing boomerangs
L. Koens, M. Lisicki and E. Lauga, Soft Matter, 13, 2977-2982, 2017. pdf

135. Swimming with a cage: Low-Reynolds-number locomotion inside a droplet
S. Y. Reigh, L. Zhu, F. Gallaire and E. Lauga, Soft Matter, 13, 3161, 2017. pdf

134. Autophoretic flow on a torus
L. C. Schmieding, E. Lauga and T. D. Montenegro-Johnson, Phys. Rev. Fluids, 2, 034201, 2017. pdf
This paper was highlighted in Nature Physics.

133. Geometric tuning of self-propulsion for Janus catalytic particles
S. Michelin and E. Lauga, Sci. Rep., 7, 42264, 2017. pdf


2016

132. Clustering instability of focused swimmers
F. Nadal and E. Lauga, Europhys. Lett., 116, 64004, 2016. pdf

131. Helical propulsion in shear-thinning fluids
S. Gomez, F. Godinez, E. Lauga and R. Zenit, J. Fluid Mech., 812, R3, 2016. pdf

130. Can phoretic particles swim in two dimensions?
D. Sondak, C. Hawley, S. Heng, R. Vinsonhaler, E. Lauga and J. L. Thiffeault, Phys. Rev. E, 94, 062606, 2016. pdf

129. Microscale flow dynamics of ribbons and sheets
T. Montenegro-Johnson, L. Koens and E. Lauga, Soft Matter, 13, 533–696, 2016. pdf

128. Hydrodynamic interactions between nearby slender filaments
Y. Man, L. Koens and E. Lauga, Europhys. Lett., 116, 24002, 2016. pdf

127. Arbitrary axisymmetric steady streaming: Flow, force and propulsion
T. A. Spelman and E. Lauga, J. Eng. Math., 2016 (to appear). pdf

126. Elastohydrodynamic synchronization of adjacent beating flagella
R. E. Goldstein, E. Lauga, A. I. Pesci and M. R. E. Proctor, Phys. Rev. Fluids, 1, 073201, 2016. pdf

125. Stresslets induced by active swimmers
E. Lauga and S. Michelin, Phys. Rev. Lett., 117, 148001, 2016. pdf

124. Sensing in the mouth: A model for filiform papillae as strain amplifiers
E. Lauga, C. J. Pipe and B. Le Reverend, Front. Phys., 4, 35, 2016. pdf

123. Flow analysis of the low-Reynolds number swimmer C. elegans
T. Montenegro-Johnson, D. Gagnon, P. Arratia and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Fluids, 1, 053202, 2016. pdf

122. Flagellar flows around bacterial swarms
J. Dauparas and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Fluids, 1, 043202, 2016. pdf

121. Phoretic flow induced by asymmetric confinement
M. Lisicki, S. Michelin and E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 799, R5, 2016. pdf

120. Micro-tug-of-war: A selective control mechanism for magnetic swimmers
P. Katsamba and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Applied, 5, 064019, 2016. pdf

119. Rotation of slender swimmers in isotropic-drag media
L. Koens and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 93, 043125, 2016. pdf

118. A squirmer across Reynolds numbers
N. Chisholm, D. Legendre, E. Lauga and A. Khair, J. Fluid Mech., 796, 233-256, 2016. pdf

117. Small acoustically-forced symmetric bodies in viscous fluids
F. Nadal and E. Lauga, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 139, 1081-1092, 2016. pdf

116. Structured light enables biomimetic swimming and versatile locomotion of photoresponsive soft microrobots
S. Palagi, A. Mark, S.-Y. Reigh, K. Melde, T. Q., H. Zeng, C. Parmeggiani, D. Martella, A. Sanchez Castillo, N. Kapernaum, F. Giesselmann, D. Wiersma, E. Lauga and P. Fischer, Nature Mat., 15, 647-654, 2016. pdf

115. Slender-ribbon theory
L. Koens and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 28, 013101, 2016. pdf

114. Bacterial hydrodynamics
E. Lauga, Annu. Rev. Fluid Mech., 48, 105-130, 2016. pdf


2015

113. Propulsion of bubble-based acoustic microswimmers
N. Bertin, T. A. Spelman, O. Stephan, L. Gredy, M. Bouriau, E. Lauga and P. Marmottant, Phys. Rev. Applied, 4, 064012, 2015. pdf

112. A regularised singularity approach to phoretic problems
T. D. Montenegro-Johnson, S. Michelin and E. Lauga, Eur. Phys. J. E, 38, 139, 2015. pdf - cover - code

111. A reciprocal theorem for boundary-driven channel flows
S. Michelin and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 27, 111701, 2015. pdf

110. Small-amplitude swimmers can self-propel faster in viscoelastic fluids
E. E. Riley and E. Lauga, J. Theor. Biol., 382, 345–355, 2015. pdf

109. Phase-separation models for swimming enhancement in complex fluids
Y. Man and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 92, 023004, 2015. pdf

108. Non-decaying hydrodynamic interactions along narrow channels
K. Misiunas, S. Pagliara, E. Lauga, J. R. Lister, and U. F. Keyser, Phys. Rev. Lett., 115, 038301, 2015. pdf

107. Geometric pumping in autophoretic channels
S. Michelin, T. D. Montenegro-Johnson, G. De Canio, N. Lobato-Dauzier and E. Lauga, Soft Matter, 11, 5804-5811, 2015. pdf - cover

106. Complex fluids affect low-Reynolds number locomotion in a kinematic-dependent manner
F. A. Godinez, L. Koens, T. D. Montenegro-Johnson, R. Zenit, and E. Lauga, Exp. Fluids, 56, 97, 2015. pdf

105. Geometric capture and escape of a microswimmer colliding with an obstacle
S. E. Spagnolie, G. R. Moreno-Flores, D. Bartolo and E. Lauga, Soft Matter, 11, 3396 - 3411, 2015. pdf

104. Autophoretic locomotion from geometric asymmetry
S. Michelin and E. Lauga, Eur. Phys. J. E, 38, 7, 2015. pdf - cover

103. The bearable gooeyness of swimming
E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 762, 1-4, 2015. pdf

102. The other optimal Stokes drag profile
T. D. Montenegro-Johnson and E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 762, R3, 2015. pdf


2014

101. The passive diffusion of Leptospira interrogans
L. Koens and E. Lauga, Phys. Biol., 11, 066008, 2014. pdf
Selected as Physical Biology Highlights of 2014.

100. Enhanced active swimming in viscoelastic fluids
E. E. Riley and E. Lauga, Europhys. Lett., 108, 34003, 2014. pdf
Selected as "Editor's choice" and as Highlights of 2014.

99. Locomotion in complex fluids: Integral theorems
E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 26, 081902, 2014. pdf

98. Theory of Locomotion through complex fluids
G. J. Elfring and E. Lauga, Chapter in Complex Fluids in Biological Systems
S. E. Spagnolie (Ed.) Springer, ISBN 978-1-4939-2065-5, 2014. pdf

97. Sedimentation of a rotating sphere in a power-law fluid
F. A. Godinez, E. de la Calleja, E. Lauga, and R. Zenit, J. Non-Newt. Fluid Mech., 213, 27-30, 2014. pdf

96. Theoretical models in low-Reynolds number locomotion
O. S. Pak and E. Lauga, Chapter in Low-Reynolds-Number Flows: Fluid-Structure Interactions
C. Duprat and H. A. Stone (Eds.), Royal Soc. of Chemistry Soft Matter Series, ISBN 978-1-84973-813-2, 2015. pdf

95. Asymmetric steady streaming as a mechanism for acoustic propulsion of rigid bodies
F. Nadal and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 26, 082001, 2014. pdf

94. Rotational propulsion enabled by inertia
F. Nadal, O. S. Pak, L. Zhu, L. Brandt, and E. Lauga, Eur. Phys. J. E, 37, 60, 2014. pdf

93. Mixing by microorganisms in stratified fluids
G. Wagner, W. R. Young, and E. Lauga, J. Marine Res., 72, 47-72, 2014. pdf

92. Dynamics of swimming bacteria at complex interfaces
D. Lopez and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 26, 071902, 2014. pdf

91. Optimal swimming of a sheet
T. D. Montenegro-Johnson and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 89, 060701(R), 2014. pdf

90. Generalized squirming motion of a sphere
O. S. Pak and E. Lauga, J. Eng. Math., 88, 1-28, 2014. pdf

89. Phoretic self-propulsion at finite Péclet numbers
S. Michelin and E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 747, 572-604, 2014. pdf

88. Geometry and wetting of capillary folding
J.-P. Peraud and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 89, 043011, 2014. pdf

87. Viscous pumping inspired by flexible propulsion
R. Arco, J. R. Velez-Cordero, E. Lauga, and R. Zenit, Bioinspir. Biomim., 9, 036007, 2014. pdf

86. Stochastic dynamics of active swimmers in linear flows
M. Sandoval, Navaneeth K.M., G. Subramanian, and E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 742, 50-70, 2014. pdf

85. Optimal propulsive flapping in Stokes flows
L. Was and E. Lauga, Bioinspir. Biomim., 9, 016001, 2014. pdf


2013

84. Hydrodynamic fluctuations in confined particle-laden fluids
N. Desreumaux, J.-B. Caussin, R. Jeanneret, E. Lauga, and D. Bartolo, Phys. Rev. Lett., 111, 118301, 2013. pdf

83. Shape of optimal active flagella
C. Eloy and E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 730, R1, 2013. pdf

82. Waving transport and propulsion in a generalized Newtonian fluid
J. R. Velez-Cordero and E. Lauga, J. Non-Newt. Fluid Mech., 199, 37-50, 2013. pdf
Also highlighted in the Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics with a commentary by Thomas R. Powers.
This paper was recognised as highly-cited research.

81. The wobbling-to-swimming transition of rotated helices
Y. Man and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 25, 071904, 2013. pdf

80. Spontaneous autophoretic motion of isotropic particles
S. Michelin, E. Lauga, and D. Bartolo, Phys. Fluids, 25, 061701, 2013. pdf

79. Low-Reynolds number swimming in a capillary tube
L. Zhu, E. Lauga, and L. Brandt, J. Fluid Mech., 726, 285-311, 2013. pdf

78. An introduction to the hydrodynamics of locomotion on small scales
E. Lauga, Les Houches 2012 Summer School Proceedings, Oxford University Press, 2013. pdf

77. Fluid elasticity increases the locomotion of flexible swimmers
J. Espinosa-Garcia, E. Lauga, and R. Zenit, Phys. Fluids, 25, 031701, 2013. pdf

76. Crawling scallop: Friction-based locomotion with one degree of freedom
G. Wagner and E. Lauga, J. Theor. Biol., 324, 42-51, 2013. pdf

75. Hydrodynamics of confined active fluids
T. Brotto, J.-B. Caussin, E. Lauga, and D. Bartolo, Phys. Rev. Lett., 110, 038101, 2013. pdf

74. Elastocapillary self-folding: buckling, wrinkling, and collapse of floating filaments
A. A. Evans, S. E. Spagnolie, D. Bartolo, and E. Lauga, Soft Matter, 9, 1711-1720, 2013. pdf

73. Unsteady feeding and optimal strokes of model ciliates
S. Michelin and E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 715, 1-31, 2013. pdf


2012

72. Micropropulsion and microrheology in complex fluids via symmetry breaking
O. S. Pak, L. Zhu, L Brandt, and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 24, 103102, 2012. pdf

71. Dance of the Microswimmers
E. Lauga, and R. E. Goldstein, Phys. Today, 65 (9), 30, 2012. pdf

70. Active and driven hydrodynamic crystals
N. Desreumaux, N. Florent, E. Lauga, and D. Bartolo, Eur. Phys. J. E, 35, 68, 2012. pdf

69. Viscous Marangoni propulsion
E. Lauga and A. M. J. Davis, J. Fluid Mech., 705, 120–133, 2012. pdf

68. Kinematics of the most efficient cilium
C. Eloy and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Lett., 109, 038101, 2012. pdf

67. Buckling instability of squeezed droplets
G. J. Elfring and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 24, 072102, 2012. pdf

66. Self-propulsion in viscoelastic fluids: pushers vs. pullers
L. Zhu, E. Lauga and L. Brandt, Phys. Fluids, 24, 051902, 2012. pdf

65. Hydrodynamics of self-propulsion near a boundary: predictions and accuracy of far-field approximations
S. E. Spagnolie and E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 700, 105-147, 2012. pdf

64. Hydrodynamics of the double-wave structure of insect spermatozoa flagella
O. S. Pak, S. E. Spagnolie, and E. Lauga, J. Roy. Soc. Interface, 9, 1908–1924, 2012. pdf


2011

63. Cargo-towing fuel-free magnetic nanoswimmers for targeted drug delivery
W. Gao, D. Kagan, O. S. Pak, C. Clawson, S. Campuzano, E. Chuluun- Erdene, E. Fullerton, L. Zhang,
E. Lauga and J. Wang, Small, 8, 460–467, 2011. pdf
Highlighted in Chemistry Views.

62. Energetics of synchronized states in three-dimensional beating flagella
C. Mettot and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 84, 061905, 2011. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

61. Instabilities and global order in concentrated suspensions of spherical microswimmers
A. A. Evans, T. Ishikawa, T. Yamaguchi, and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 23, 111702, 2011. pdf
Featured as Research Highlights on the Physics of Fluids web site.

60. Stability and non-linear response of one-dimensional microfluidic-particle streams
N. Champagne, E. Lauga, and D. Bartolo, Soft Matter, 7, 11082-11085, 2011. pdf

59. Optimal feeding is optimal swimming for all Péclet numbers
S. Michelin and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 23, 101901, 2011. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

58. Fluid transport by active elastic membranes
A. A. Evans and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 84, 031924, 2011. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

57. Taylor's swimming sheet: Analysis and improvement of the perturbation series
M. Sauzade, G. J. Elfring, and E. Lauga, Physica D., 240, 1567-1573, 2011. pdf

56. High-speed propulsion of flexible nanowire motors: theory and experiments
O. S. Pak, W. Gao, J. Wang, and E. Lauga, Soft Matter, 7, 8169-8181, 2011. pdf
Highlighted in Chemistry World.

55. Extensibility enables locomotion under isotropic drag
O. S. Pak and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 23, 081702, 2011. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

54. A two-dimensional model of low-Reynolds number swimming beneath a free surface
D. Crowdy, S. Lee, O. Samson, E. Lauga, and A. E. Hosoi, J. Fluid Mech, 681, 24-47, 2011. pdf

53. Emergency cell swimming
E. Lauga, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 108, 7655-7656, 2011. pdf

52. Enhanced diffusion by reciprocal swimming
E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Lett., 106, 178101, 2011. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

51. Superhydrophobic surfaces: A smooth future?
L. Bocquet and E. Lauga, Nature Mat., 10, 334-337, 2011. pdf

50. Synchronization of flexible sheets
G. J. Elfring and E. Lauga, J. Fluid. Mech., 674, 163–173, 2011. pdf

49. Life around the scallop theorem
E. Lauga, Soft Matter, 7, 3060 - 3065, 2011. pdf

48. Comparative hydrodynamics of bacterial polymorphism
S. E. Spagnolie and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Lett., 106, 058103, 2011. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

47. Passive hydrodynamic synchronization of two-dimensional swimming cells
G. J. Elfring and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 23, 011902, 2011. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

46. Locomotion by tangential deformation in a polymeric fluid
L. Zhu, M. Do-Quang, E. Lauga and L. Brandt, Phys. Rev. E, 83, 011901, 2011. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.


2010

45. Mechanical aspects of biological locomotion
A. E. Hosoi and E. Lauga, Exp. Mech., 50, 1259-1261, 2010. pdf
Guest editorial, special issue of Experimental Mechanics on locomotion.

44. Efficiency optimization and symmetry-breaking in a model of ciliary locomotion
S. Michelin and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 22, 111901, 2010. pdf
Featured as Research Highlights on the Physics of Fluids web site.
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

43. Propulsion by passive filaments and active flagella near boundaries
A. A. Evans and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 82, 041915, 2010. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

42. Hydrodynamic friction of fakir-like super-hydrophobic surfaces
A. M. J. Davis and E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 661, 402-411, 2010. pdf

41. Jet propulsion without inertia
S. E. Spagnolie and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 22, 081902, 2010. pdf
Featured as Research Highlights on the Physics of Fluids web site.

40. Stokesian jellyfish: Viscous locomotion of bilayer vesicles
A. A. Evans, S. E. Spagnolie and E. Lauga, Soft Matter, 6, 1737–1747, 2010. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

39. The long-time dynamics of two hydrodynamically-coupled swimming cells
S. Michelin and E. Lauga, Bull. Math. Biol., 72, 973-1005, 2010. pdf

38. Pumping by flapping in a viscoelastic fluid
O. S. Pak, T. Normand and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 81, 036312, 2010. pdf

37. Two-dimensional flagellar synchronization in viscoelastic fluids
G. J. Elfring, O. S. Pak, and E. Lauga, J. Fluid Mech., 646, 505-515, 2010. pdf

36. The optimal elastic flagellum
S. E. Spagnolie and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 22, 031901, 2010. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

35. Shaking-induced motility in suspensions of soft active particles
D. Bartolo and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 81, 026312, 2010. pdf

34. The transient swimming of a waving sheet
O. S. Pak and E. Lauga, Proc. Roy. Soc. A, 466, 107–126, 2010. pdf


2009

33. The friction of a mesh-like super-hydrophobic surface
A. M. J. Davis and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 21, 113101, 2009. pdf

32. The hydrodynamics of swimming microorganisms
E. Lauga and T. R. Powers, Rep. Prog. Phys., 72, 096601, 2009. pdf

31. Hydrodynamic phase locking of swimming microorganisms
G. J. Elfring and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Lett., 103, 088101, 2009 (Editors' suggestion). pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

30. Influence of slip on the dynamics of two-dimensional wakes
D. Legendre, E. Lauga and J. Magnaudet, J. Fluid Mech., 633, 437-447, 2009. pdf

29. Capillary instability on a hydrophilic stripe
R. L. Speth and E. Lauga, New J. Phys., 11, 075024, 2009. pdf

28. Life at high Deborah number
E. Lauga, Europhys. Lett., 86, 64001, 2009. pdf

27. Adhesion transition of flexible sheets
A. A. Evans and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 79, 066116, 2009. pdf

26. Reciprocal locomotion of dense swimmers in Stokes flow
D. Gonzalez-Rodriguez and E. Lauga, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter, 21, 204103, 2009. pdf

25. Geometric transition in friction for flow over a bubble mattress
A. M. J. Davis and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 21, 011701, 2009. pdf


2008

24. Flapping motion and force generation in a viscoelastic fluid
T. Normand and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev E, 78, 061907, 2008. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

23. No many-scallop theorem: Collective locomotion of reciprocal swimmers
E. Lauga and D. Bartolo, Phys. Rev. E, 78, 030901, 2008. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

22. Crawling beneath the free surface: Water snail locomotion
S. Lee, J. W. M. Bush, A. E. Hosoi and E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 20, 082106, 2008. pdf
Highlighted in National Geographic, Physics World, MSNBC, Nature News, and Pour La Science.

21. Soft swimming: Exploiting deformable interfaces for low-Reynolds number locomotion
R. Trouilloud, T. S. Yu, A. E. Hosoi and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Lett., 101, 048102, 2008. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology.

20. Hydrodynamic attraction of swimming microorganisms by surfaces
A. P. Berke, L. Turner, H. C. Berg and E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. Lett., 101, 038102, 2008. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.


2007

19. Microfluidics: The no-slip boundary condition
E. Lauga, M. P. Brenner and H. A. Stone, in Handbook of Experimental Fluid Dynamics, Chapter 19.
C. Tropea, A. Yarin, J. F. Foss (Eds.), Springer, 2007. ISBN: 978-3-540-25141-5.
Pdf of chapter. Book website.

18. Propulsion in a viscoelastic fluid
E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 19, 083104, 2007. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

17. Continuous breakdown of Purcell's scallop theorem with inertia
E. Lauga, Phys. Fluids, 19, 061703, 2007. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

16. Floppy swimming: Viscous locomotion of actuated elastica
E. Lauga, Phys. Rev. E, 75, 041916, 2007. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.


2006

15. Tuning gastropod locomotion: Modeling the influence of mucus rheology on the cost of crawling
E. Lauga and A. E. Hosoi, Phys. Fluids, 18, 113102, 2006. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

14. Experimental investigations of elastic tail propulsion at low Reynolds number
T. S. Yu, E. Lauga and A. E. Hosoi, Phys. Fluids, 18, 091701, 2006. pdf

13. Self-assembly of spherical particles on an evaporating sessile droplet
M. Schnall-Levin, E. Lauga and M. P. Brenner, Langmuir, 22, 4547-4551, 2006. pdf

12. Swimming in circles: Motion of bacteria near solid boundaries
E. Lauga, W. R. DiLuzio, G. M. Whitesides and H. A. Stone, Biophys. J., 90, 400-412, 2006. pdf


2005

11. Brownian motion near a partial slip boundary: A local probe of the no-slip condition
E. Lauga and T. M. Squires, Phys. Fluids, 17, 103102, 2005. pdf

10. A note on the stability of slip channel flows
E. Lauga and C. Cossu, Phys. Fluids, 17, 088106, 2005. pdf


2004

9. Evaporation-driven assembly of colloidal particles
E. Lauga and M. P. Brenner, Phys. Rev. Lett., 93, 238301, 2004. pdf
Also selected to appear in the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology.

8. Apparent slip due to the motion of suspended particles in flows of electrolyte solutions
E. Lauga, Langmuir, 20, 8924-8930, 2004. pdf

7. Dynamic mechanisms for shear-dependent apparent slip on hydrophobic surfaces
E. Lauga & M. P. Brenner, Phys. Rev E., 70, 026311, 2004. pdf

6. Performance of a linear robust control strategy on a nonlinear model of spatially-developing flows
E. Lauga & T. R. Bewley, J. Fluid Mech., 512, 343-374, 2004. pdf

5. Three-dimensional flows in slowly-varying planar geometries
E. Lauga, A. D. Stroock and H. A. Stone, Phys. Fluids, 16, 3051-3062, 2004. pdf


2003

4. Effective slip in pressure-driven Stokes flow
E. Lauga and H. A. Stone, J. Fluid Mech., 489, 55-77, 2003. pdf

3. The decay of stabilizability with Reynolds number in a linear model of spatially developing flows
E. Lauga and T. R. Bewley, Proc. Roy. Soc. A, 459, 2077-2095, 2003. pdf


2002

2. Modern control of linear global instability in a cylinder wake model
E. Lauga and T. R. Bewley, Int. J. Heat Fluid Flow, 23, 671-677, 2002. pdf


1999

1. Vortices in rotating systems: centrifugal, elliptic and hyperbolic type instabilities
D. Sipp, E. Lauga and L. Jacquin, Phys. Fluids, 11, 3716-3728, 1999. pdf