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Using confinement and chemotaxis to separate motile active suspensions

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ADIW04 - Anti-Diffusion in Multiphase and Active Flows

We will discuss the modeling and simulations of active suspensions in complex confinement when they interact with each-other through chemotaxis and fluid-mediated forces. Then we will outline the possibilities of separating by motility active suspensions utilizing confinement or chemotaxis. Theoretical results will be compared to recent experimental results of systems involving bacterial suspensions.    Collaborators: Yangrui Chen and Xiang Cheng at the University of Minnesota

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