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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

 

I am a postdoc in the group of Professor Michael E. Cates at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge. My research is in theoretical soft matter physics. With this principal theme, I have studied problems in statistical physics, stochastic processes, numerical and computational physics, fluid dynamics, biophysics, and Bayesian statistics. A recent interest is the application of mathematical and statistical tools to study the spread of infectious diseases. Read more on my personal website.

 

Publications

Controlled Optofluidic Crystallization of Colloids Tethered at Interfaces.
A Caciagli, R Singh, D Joshi, R Adhikari, E Eiser
– Physical Review Letters
(2020)
125,
068001
Ritz method for transition paths and quasipotentials of rare diffusive events
L Kikuchi, R Singh, ME Cates, R Adhikari
– Physical Review Research
(2020)
2,
033208
Controlled Optofluidic Crystallization of Colloids Tethered at Interfaces
A Caciagli, R Singh, D Joshi, R Adhikari, E Eiser
– Physical Review Letters
(2020)
125,
068001
PyStokes: phoresis and Stokesian hydrodynamics in Python.
R Singh, R Adhikari
– Journal of Open Source Software, 5(50), 2318, (2020)
(2020)
5,
2318
Periodic Orbits of Active Particles Induced by Hydrodynamic Monopoles
A Bolitho, R Singh, R Adhikari
– Physical review letters
(2020)
124,
088003
Hydrodynamically Interrupted Droplet Growth in Scalar Active Matter.
R Singh, ME Cates
– Phys Rev Lett
(2019)
123,
148005
Competing chemical and hydrodynamic interactions in autophoretic colloidal suspensions.
R Singh, R Adhikari, ME Cates
– J Chem Phys
(2019)
151,
044901
Electrohydrodynamic Assembly of Ambient Ion-Derived Nanoparticles to Nanosheets at Liquid Surfaces
D Sarkar, R Singh, A Som, CK Manju, MA Ganayee, R Adhikari, T Pradeep
– Journal of Physical Chemistry C
(2018)
122,
17777
Fast Bayesian inference of the multivariate Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process.
R Singh, D Ghosh, R Adhikari
– Physical Review E
(2018)
98,
012136
Flow-induced phase separation of active particles is controlled by boundary conditions.
S Thutupalli, D Geyer, R Singh, R Adhikari, HA Stone
– Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
(2018)
115,
5403
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Research Group

Soft Matter

Room

G2.07

Telephone

01223 337866