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  • bCavitationLab_7
  • CavitationLab_1
  • CavitationLab_2
  • CavitationLab_3a+b
  • CavitationLab_4
  • CavitationLab_6a
  • CavitationLab_6b
  • CavitationLab_6c
  • Jan 29 Test 18 LDM SMALL fr1 ENH
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  • Ta2 27_38Hz En100 % dt = 1_0 us SW PNGb
  • Tb14 27_37Hz En100 % dt = 6_0 us SW PNGb
  • Tc12 Jan10 dt=5 us 100% en Fr3 SW ENHb
  • Vort- HORIZ Bubbles-2_1
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Homepage Department Soft Matter

The Department for Soft Matter studies are large spectrum of open questions in liquids and soft solids.

In particular we are interested in phase boundaries, i.e. gas bubbles, decorated bubbles, vapor bubbles in hydrogels, dynamics of droplets, interaction of cells with flows and acoustic waves, as well as cavitation in general.

Our speciality is the study of very fast phenomena on microscopic scales.

An example is the cleaning of surfaces using ultrasound. There bubbles oscillate at a liquid-solid boundary and entrain soft materials from the surface: an ideal research area for Soft Matter.


Methods that are used daily in our labs are microfluidics, high-speed photography, microscopy, and ultrasound. We work mostly experimentally, yet don't shy off simulations.

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