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Yu Nan(Yongxiang Gao's group)

Ph.D.

Email: 13505158616@163.com


Education:

2020, Institute of physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Theoretical Physics, Ph.D.

2014, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Applied Physics, Bachelor.


Awards:

2017, Scholarship Award for director of Institute of physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences


Research Interests:

Calculation of active soft matter

In recent decades, people have maintained a strong interest in the mesoscopic scale microorganisms in nature, and have made great progress in the study of their dynamic behavior. Regardless of many complex circuits in microorganisms, some biomimetic artificial active colloids have been designed according to their kinetic principles. Understanding the physical mechanism of these complex phenomena and developing the practical application of these systems have become an important research direction in soft condensed matter physics.

In order to develop better simulation methods, two kinds of methods, continuity method and discreteness method, have been developed, among which coarse-grained method is widely concerned because of its high efficiency, simplicity and more details.

My research interest is to simulate the dynamic behavior of active colloidal particles and its application by combining molecular dynamics and multiparticle collision dynamics. The main goal is to explore the dynamic mechanism behind it and better serve the practical application.


Publications and Patents:

1.N Yu, X Lou, K Chen, M Yang, Phototaxis of active colloids by self-thermophoresis, published.

2.X Lou, N Yu, R Liu, K Chen and M Yang, Dynamics of a colloidal particle near a thermoosmotic wall under illumination, published.


Conferences and Presentations:

1.2017.11 The Sixth Symposium on soft condensed matter physics, Hefei, China‘Study on phototaxis of active colloids by self-thermophoresis’