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I am a PhD candidate in the Dept. of chemical and petroleum engineering at the University of Calgary. I received MASc from the University of Regina (2019) and I am currently pursuing a PhD in chemical engineering. During my time at the University of Regina (2015-2019) in Saskatchewan, I was fascinated by the non-equilibrium behaviour of the tiny gas bubble at micro-scales and decided to dive into research topics where microfluidics for soft condensed matter research is active. My research interests lie at the intersections between fluid mechanics and interfacial science in microfluidic systems, which lead to developments in chemical and biological applications. Currently, I am working out a theory and a novel microfluidic platform to explore colloid thermophoresis in aqueous systems, with potential applications in life sciences and nano sciences.

"God made the bulk; surfaces were invented by the devil"— Wolfgang Pauli.

Curriculum Vitae


2015 - 2019

University of Regina

Research topic: Foamy oil viscosity measurement

2019 - 2023

University of Calgary

Research topic: Thermophoresis in aqueous medium

Awards, Scholarships and Grants

  • Line Faculty Scholarship Fund Award

  • Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research Graduate Scholarship

  • The Graduate Excellence Award

  • Canadian First Research Excellence Fund

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