Session Code: AT

Minisymposium Title: Wetting/Dewetting in Complex Fluids and Thin Solid Films

Minisymposium Description: Tremendous progress has been achieved in recent years on wetting/dewetting problems in complex fluids and thin solid films, such as complex wetting phenomena on liquids, solid-state dewetting of thin films and moving contact lines dynamics. This minisymposium aims to promote interdisciplinary research collaborations among applied and computational mathematicians, and material scientists. Active experts and research groups in this field will deliver their thoughts and experiences on topics of wetting/dewetting from applied and computational mathematics, theoretical and experimental materials sciences, and discuss recent developments, possible collaborations and exciting future directions in the field of wetting/dewetting.

Minisymposium Organizer: Weizhu Bao, National University of Singapore, Republic of Singapore, Wei Jiang

Carl Thompson-TBA
Eugen Rabki-The Effect of Nanoindentation on Thermal Stability and Dewetting of Thin Metal Films
Amy Novick-Cohen-Wetting/dewetting of Thin Solid Polycrystalline Films
Oliver Pierre-Louis-Kinetics of the Triple Line in Solid-State Wetting
David J. Srolovitz-TBA
Yong-Wei Zhang-Nanostructure Formation Via Template-Guided Dewetting
Wei Jiang-TBA
Weizhu Bao, National University of Singapore, Republic of Singapore-Sharp Interface Models for Solid-State Dewetting with Anistropic Surface Energies
Xiaoping Wang-TBA
Weiqing Ren, National University of Singapore and IHPC, Singapore-Modeling and Simulation of Moving Contact Lines in Multi-Phase Fluids
Xianmin Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China and RWTH Aachen University, Germany-Modified Wenzel and Cassie Equations for Wetting on Rough Surfaces
Zhen Zhang- Modeling and Simulation of Moving Contact Line Problem for Two-Phase Complex Fluids Flow
Honghui Yu- TBA
Rachel Zucker- TBA
Yunzhi Li- TBA
Quan Zhao-A Parametric Finite Element Method for Simulating Solid-State Dewetting Problems

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