The Soft Matter Group in the School of Physics at Georgia Tech is at the interface between colloidal physics, nano-science, granular materials and hydrodynamics. We combine experiments at different length scales and theory to explore a range of scientific and technoligcal relevant topics such as the intimate mechanisms of the dynamics of fluid interfaces from the macroscopic down to the molecular level, the physics of liquid crystal materials in curved spaces, soft particles in complex fuilds, and self-assembly under confinement. The Soft Matter Group at Georgia Tech has a strong focus in basic science, which is constantly coupled with technological challenges including the development of new instrumentation, and new nano- and micro-fabrication methods.
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|Jennifer Curtis||Cell biophysics. Cell mechanics of adhesion, migration and dynamics. Immunophysics and immunoengineering. Hyaluronan glycobiology. Hyaluronan...||Curtis Lab Website|
The biomechanics of locomotion of organisms and robots on and within complex materials. Physics of granular media.
My research integrates my work in...
|Goldman Lab Website (contains up-to-date info on publications, news, CV, etc)|
|Elisabetta Matsumoto||Soft Condensed Matter Physics; Geometry of Materials; Applied Mathematics; Materials Engineering; Nonlinear Elasticity||Matsumoto's Group|
|D Zeb Rocklin||I have a broad range of interests in soft condensed matter physics and adjacent fields like statistical physics, physics of living systems and hard...|
Neuromechancis, Locomotor Control, Multiscale Physics of Muscle, Maneuverability, Computational Neuroscience
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|Sponberg Lab Website|
|Peter Yunker||Nonequilibrium systems, densely packed active matter with life and death events, microbial physics, structural mechanics, fracture mechanics,...||Yunker Lab - Soft Matter of Life and Death|