Publications

  1. D. Song, R. Daniello, and J.P. Rothstein, "Drag reduction using superhydrophobic sanded Teflon surfaces," submitted to Experiments in Fluids, (2014). [pdf]

  2. T. D. Kassuga, and J. P. Rothstein, Cascades of wrinkles on particle laden interfaces, in preparation for Langmuir (2014). [pdf]

  3. J.-H. Kim, P. Kavehpour and J.P. Rothstein, "Dynamic contact angle measurements of superhydrophobic surfaces," in preparation for Langmuir (2014). [pdf]

  4. S. Khandavalli, J. Alex Lee, Matteo Pasquali and J. P. Rothstein, The Effect of Shear Thickening on Liquid Transfer during Gravure Printing, in preparation for J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. (2014). [pdf]

  5. R. Daniello, K. Khan, and J.P. Rothstein,"The effect of contact angle and density on the orientation and stability of cubes floating on a water interface," Phys. Rev. E 89 (2014) 023014. [pdf]

  6. S. Khandavalli, and J. P. Rothstein, "Extensional rheology of shear-thickening fumed silica nanoparticles dispersed in an aqueous polyethylene oxide solution," J. Rheol., 58 (2014) 411-431. [pdf]

  7. J. John, Y. Tang, J.P. Rothstein, J.J. Watkins, and K.R. Carter, "Large-Area, Continuous Roll-to-Roll Nanoimprinting with PFPE composite mold," Nanotech., 24 (2013) 505307 [pdf]

  8. J.A. Lee, J.P. Rothstein, and M. Pasquali, "Computational study of the role of elasticity in liquid transfer during a simplified gravure-like process," J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech., 199 (2013) 1-11. [pdf]

  9. R. Daniello, P. Muralidhar, N. Carron, M. Greene, J.P. Rothstein, "Effect of slip on vortex induced motion of a superhydrophobic circular cylinder," J. Fluid Struct., 42 (2013) 358-368. [pdf]

  10. J. Feng and J.P. Rothstein, "Novel microfluidic diodes: one-way wicking in open micro-channels controlled by channel topography," J. Colloid and Interface Sci., 404 (2013) 169-178. [pdf]

  11. M. Nilsson and J.P. Rothstein, "The effect of fluid rheology on enhanced oil recovery using a microfluidic sandstone device," J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech., 202 (2013) 112-119. [pdf]

  12. M. Mulligan and J.P. Rothstein, "Scale-up and Control of droplet production in coupled microfluidic flow focusing geometries," Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 13 (2012) 65-73 [pdf]

  13. M. Nilsson and J.P. Rothstein, "Using sharp transition in contact angle hysteresis to move and deflect droplets on a superhydrophobic surface," Phys. Fluids, 24 (2012) 062001 [pdf]

  14. A.K. Sankaran and J.P. Rothstein, "The Effect of Viscoelasticity on Liquid Transfer during Gravure Printing," J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 175-176 (2012) 64-75 [pdf]

  15. M. Nilsson, H. Goumnerov and J.P. Rothstein, "Two dimensional microfluidics devices for sorting, mixing and analyzing droplets," submitted Lab on a Chip, (2011) [pdf]

  16. E. Bischoff White and J.P. Rothstein, Extensional flow-induced crystallization of polypropylene, Rheologica Acta 51 (2012) 303-314 [pdf]

  17. J. Feng, M. Tuominen, and J.P. Rothstein, Heirarchical superhydrophobic surfaces fabricated by dual-scale electron-beam lithography with well-ordered secondary nano-structures, Advanced Functional Matterials 21 (2011) 3715-3722 [pdf].

  18. M. Mulligan, M. and J.P. Rothstein, Deformation and breakup of micro- and nano-particle stabilized droplets in microfluidic extensional flows, Langmuir 27 (2011) 9760-9768 [pdf].

  19. M. Nilsson and J.P. Rothstein, The effect of contact angle hysteresis on droplet coalescence and mixing, J. Colloid and Interface Sci. 363 (2011) 646–654 [pdf]

  20. J. Feng and J.P. Rothstein., Simulations of novel nanostructures formed by capillary effects in lithography, J. Colloid and Interface Science 354 (2011) 386-395 [pdf].

  21. M.D. Graham and J.P. Rothstein, Special Issue: XVIth International Workshop on Numerical Methods for Non-Newtonian Flows, Northhampton, MA, June 13-16, 2010, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech., 166 (2011) V-VII.

  22. J.P. Rothstein, Slip on superhydrophobic surfaces, Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics 42, (2010) 89-109 [pdf]

  23. J.M. Rathfon, R.W. Cohn, A.J. Crosby, J.P. Rothstein and G.N. Tew, Confinement effects on chain entanglement in free-standing polystyrene ultra-thin films, Macromolecules 44 (2011) 5436-5442 [pdf].

  24. M. Mulligan and J.P. Rothstein. Effect of confinement on drop deformation and breakup in microfluidic extensional flows, Physics of Fluids 23 (2011) 022004 [pdf]

  25. P. Muralidhar, N. Ferrer, R. Daniello and J.P. Rothstein, The influence of slip on the flow past superhydrophobic circular cylinders, in press in J. Fluid Mechanics (2011) [pdf]

  26. M. Chellamuthu, D. Arora, H. H. Winter, and J. P. Rothstein, Extensional flow-induced crystalization of isotactic poly(1-butene), J. Rheology 55 (2011) 901-922 [pdf]

  27. M. Martell, J. P. Rothstein and J.B. Perot, An analysis of superhydrophobic turbulent drag reduction mechanisms using direct numerical simulation , Phys. Fluids, 22 (2010) 065102 [pdf]

  28. E. Miller, M. Rotea and J. P. Rothstein, Microfluidic device incorporating closed loop feedback control for uniform and tunable production of micro-droplets and emulsions, accepted in Lab on a Chip 10 (2010) 1293-1301 [pdf]

  29. G. R. Moss and J. P. Rothstein, Flow of Viscoelastic Wormlike Micelle Solutions past a Confined Circular Cylinder, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 165 (2010) 1505-1515 [pdf]

  30. E. E. Bischoff White, M. Chellamuthu and J. P. Rothstein , Extensional Rheology of a Shear-Thickening Cornstarch and Water Suspension, Rheologica Acta 49 (2010) 119-129 [pdf]

  31. M. Nilsson, R. Daniello and J.P. Rothstein, A novel and inexpensive technique for creating superhydrophobic surfaces using teflon and sandpaper, J. Physics D: Applied Physics 43 (2010) 045301 [pdf] [Cover Art]

  32. G. R. Moss and J. P. Rothstein, Flow of viscoelastic wormlike micelle solutions through a periodic array of cylinders, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 165 (2009) 1-13 [pdf]

  33. R. Daniello, N. E. Waterhouse, and J. P. Rothstein, Turbulent drag reduction using superhydrophobic surfaces, Physics of Fluids 21 (2009) 085103 [pdf]

  34. M. B. Martell, J. B. Perot, and J. P. Rothstein, Direct numerical simulations of turbulent flows over superhydrophobic surfaces, J. Fluid Mechanics 620 (2009) 31-41 [pdf]

  35. M. Chellamuthu, E. M. Arndt, and J. P. Rothstein, Extensional rheology of shear-thickening nanoparticle suspensions, Soft Matter 5 (2009) 2117-2124 [pdf]

  36. E. Miller, C. Clasen, and J. P. Rothstein, The effect of step-stretch parameters on capillary breakup extensional rheology (CaBER) measurements, Rheologica Acta 48 (2009) 625-638 [pdf]

  37. J.P. Rothstein."Strong flows of viscoelastic wormlike micelle solutions," in Rheology Reviews, D.M. Binding and K.Walters eds., The British Society of Rheology, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK (2009) [pdf]

  38. M. Chellamuthu and J. P. Rothstein. Distinguishing between linear and branched wormlike micelle solutions using extensional rheology measurements, J. Rheology 52 (2008) 865-884 [pdf]

  39. J. Thompson and J. P. Rothstein. The atomization of viscoelastic fluids in flat-fan and hollow-cone spray nozzles, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 147 (2007) 11-22. [pdf]

  40. E. Miller and J. P. Rothstein. Transient evolution of shear banding in wormlike micelle solutions, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 143 (2007) 22-37. [pdf]

  41. A. Bhardwaj, D. Richter, M. Chellamuthu and J. P. Rothstein. The effect of preshear on the extensional rheology of wormlike micelle solutions, Rheologica Acta 46 (2007) 861-875. [pdf]

  42. A. Bhardwaj, E. Miller, and J. P. Rothstein Filament stretching and capillary breakup extensional rheometry measurements of viscoelastic wormlike micelle solutions, J. Rheology 51 (2007) 693-719. [pdf]

  43. J. Ou, G. Moss and J.P. Rothstein. Enhanced Mixing in Laminar Flows past Ultrahydrophobic Surfaces, Physical Reviews E 76 (2007) 016304-1 - 016304-10 [pdf]

  44. K. V. Edmond, M. Marquez J. P. Rothstein, A. D. Dinsmore. Stable Jets of Viscoelastic Fluids and Self-Assembled Cylindrical Capsules by Hydrodynamic Focusing, Langmuir 22 (2006) 9052-9056 [pdf]

  45. E. Miller, S. J. Lee, and J. P. Rothstein. The effect of temperature gradients on the sharkskin surface instability in polymer extrusion through a slit die, Rheologica Acta 45 (2006) 943-950. [pdf]

  46. J. Ou and J. P. Rothstein. Drag Reduction and m-PIV Measurements of the Flow Past Ultrahydrophobic Surfaces, Phys. Fluids 17 (2005) 103606 [pdf]

  47. E. Miller, B. Gibson, E. McWIlliams and J. P. Rothstein The Collision of Viscoelastic Jets and the Formation of Fluid Webs, Applied Physics Letters 87 (2005) 014101 [pdf]

  48. J. Lampe, R. DiLalla, J. Grimaldi and J. P. Rothstein Impact Dynamics of Drops on Thin Films of Viscoelastic Wormlike Micelle Solutions, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 125 (2005) 11-23. [pdf]

  49. E. Miller and J. P. Rothstein. Characterization and control of the sharkskin instability through localized thermal modification, Rheologica Acta 44 (2004) 160-173. [pdf]

  50. J. Ou, J. B. Perot and J. P. Rothstein. Laminar drag reduction in microchannels using ultrahydrophobic surfaces, Physics of Fluids 16 (2004) 4635-4643. [pdf]

  51. S. Chen and J. P. Rothstein. Flow of a wormlike micelle solution past a falling sphere, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 116 (2004) 205-234. [pdf]

  52. J. P. Rothstein. Transient extensional rheology of wormlike micelle solutions, J. Rheol. 47 (2003) 1227-1247. [pdf]

  53. J.P. Rothstein and G.H. McKinley. Inhomogeneous transient uniaxial rheometry, J. Rheol., 46 (2002) 1419-1443.  [pdf]

  54. J.P. Rothstein and G.H. McKinley. A comparison of the stress and birefringence growth of dilute, semi-dilute and concentrated polymer solutions in uniaxial extensional flows, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech., 108 (2002) 275-290.  [pdf]

  55. J.P. Rothstein and G.H. McKinley. The axisymmetric contraction-expansion: The role of extensional rheology on vortex growth dynamics and the enhanced pressure drop, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech., 98 (2001) 33-63.  [pdf]

  56. J.P. Rothstein and G.H. McKinley. Non-isothermal modification of purely elastic flow instabilities in torsional flows of polymeric fluids, Phys. Fluids, 13 (2001) 382-396.
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  57. J.P. Rothstein and G.H. McKinley. Axisymmetric flow-induced birefringence measurements for the flow of a polystyrene Boger fluid into an abrupt contraction-expansion, Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress on Rheology, (2000) [pdf]

  58. J.P. Rothstein and G.H. McKinley. Extensional flow of a polystyrene Boger fluid through a 4:1:4 axisymmetric contraction-expansion, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech., 86 (1999) 61-88  [pdf]

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