Yu Zhang

Graduate Student


Education


Research Interests

    •Microstructural and Multiscale Simulations of Polymeric Liquids in Flow

    •Applied Stochastic Process

    •Computational Fluid Dynamics


Professional Affiliations


Publications

    •Zhang, Y., de Pablo, J. J., and Graham, M. D.
      "Multiple free energy minima in systems of confined tethered
      polymers -- toward soft nanomechanical bistable elements".
      Soft Matter ,5, 3694-3700 (2009)

    •Zhang, Y., Donev, A., Weisgraber, T., Alder, B.J. , Graham, M.D.,
      and de Pablo, J.J.
      "Tethered DNA dynamics in shear flow".
      J. Chem. Phys, 130, 234902 (2009)

    •Zhang, Y., Amsden, B.
      "Application of an obstruction-scaling model to diffusion of vitamin
      B-12 and proteins in semidilute alginate solutions".
      Macromolecules, 39, 10732 (2006)

    •Xu, J., Zhang, Y., Zhang, J.Y., and Guo, B.H.
      "Synthesis and application of novel water-soluble binder for ceramic
      injection molding".
      Rare Metal Materials and Engineering, 32, 175 (2003)

    •Zhang, J.Y., Guo, B.H., Zhang, Y., Xu, J.
      "Study on St-AMPS copolymers applied in ceramic injection molding".
      Rare Metal Materials and Engineering, 32, 269 (2003)


Conference Oral Presentations

    •Zhang, Y., de Pablo, J.J., and Graham, M.D.
      "An Immersed Boundary Method for DNA Flowing through Microfluidic
      Devices".
      AIChE Annual Meeting, Nov. 2010.

    •Zhang, Y., de Pablo, J.J., and Graham, M.D.
      "An Immersed Boundary Method for DNA Flowing through Microfluidic
      Devices".
      SOR Annual Meeting, Oct. 2010.

    •Zhang, Y., de Pablo, J.J., and Graham, M.D.
      "Using Tethered Polymer Molecules in Confined Geometries to Build
      Soft Nanomechanical Elements".
      AIChE Annual Meeting, Nov. 2008.


Contact

    Mr. Yu Zhang
     Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
     University of Wisconsin-Madison
     3009 Engineering Hall
     1415 Engineering Drive
     Madison, WI 53706-1691
     U.S.A.
     email: yzhang27@wisc.edu
     tel: +1 608 262-3378
     fax: +1 608 262-5434