"If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?” -Albert Einstein

  1. E. Esmaili, P. Shukla, J.D. Eifert, and S. Jung, “Bubble impact on a tilted wall; removing bacteria using bubbles” submitted. 
  2. R. Mueller, N. Abaid, J. Boreyko, C. Fowlkes, A. Goel, C. Grimm, S. Jung, B. Kennedy, C. Murphy, N. Cushing, J-P Han, “Biodiversifying Bioinspiration” accepted in Bioinspiration & Biomemetics (2018). 
  3. J-F Louf, L. Nelson, H. Kang, P. Ntoh Song, T. Zehnbauer, and S. Jung, “How wind drives the correlation between leaf shape and mechanical properties” submitted.
  4. J-F Louf, A. Mituniewicz, B. Chang, J. Eshraghi, P. Vlachos, and S. Jung, “Cavity Ripple Dynamics after Pinch-Off" submitted.
  5. S. Kim and S. Jung, “Extremes of pinch-off location and time in a water column by an accelerating solid sphere” submitted.
  6. L. Vincent, T. Xiao, D. Yohann, S. Jung, and E. Kanso, “Fluid dynamics of diving wedges” accepted in J. Fluid Mech. (2018).
  7. H. Kang, P. M. Graybill, S. Fleetwood, J. Boreyko, S. Jung, “Tunable wettability of Katsura leaves over seasons” submitted .
  8. S.J. Kim, K. Fezzaa, J. An, T. Sun, S. Jung, “Contact-line motion over a sinking sphere” Applied Physics Letters, 111, (2017). PDF Data
  9. E. Virot, G. Ma, C. Clanet, and S. Jung “Physics of chewing in terrestrial mammals” Scientific Reports 7, 43967 (2017). PDF Data
  10. B.L. Chang, M. Croson, L. Straker, S. Gart, C. Dove, J. Gerwin, and S. Jung “How seabirds plunge-dive without injuries”  PNAS 113, 12006 (2016). PDF Data
  11. S. Kim, M. Jang, S. Um, and S. Jung “An emerging string of fluid pearls” PRF 1, 050502 (2016). PDF (A winning entry for Gallery of Fluid Motion at APS-DFD 2015)
  12. S. Jung, A. Staples, J. Dabiri, A. Marsden, M. Prakash, K. Davis, S. Shadden, T. Savin, L. Bourouiba, J. Sznitman, “Research Trends in Biological Fluid Dynamics”, USNCTAM Report on Recent Trends in Mechanics (2016)
  13. R.B. Putsch, C.W. Powers, D.G. Schmale III, S. Jung, and S.D. Ross “Wind-driven droplet production and the potential for transport of microorganisms from aquatic environments” submitted.
  14. P. Zhang, J. Mines, S. Lee, and S. Jung "Particle-bubble interaction inside a Hele-Shaw cell” PRE 94, 023112 (2016). PDF
  15. S. Jung and J. Eifert “Cleaning fruits using micro-bubbles” FoodOnline 
  16. P. Zhang, S. Jung, A. Lee, and Y. Xu “Comparative analysis of nonlinear optofluidic processes in microdroplets”  PRE 93, 063119 (2016). PDF Code
  17. P. Zhang, S. Jung, A. Lee, and Y. Xu “Radiation pressure induced nonlinearity in microdroplets” PRE 92, 063033 (2015). PDF Code
  18. S. Gart, J. Socha, P. Vlachos, and S. Jung “How dogs lap: open pumping driven by acceleration” PNAS 112,15798-15802 (2015). PDF Data
  19. S. Kim, J. Hasanyan, B. Gemmell, S. Lee, and S. Jung “ Dynamic criteria of plankton jumping out of water” J. R. Soc. Interface 12, 20150582 (2015). PDF
  20. S. Poulain, G. Guenoun, S. Gart, W. Crowe, and S. Jung, “Particle motion induced by a cavitation bubble” Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 214501 (2015). PDF
  21. S. Jana, A. Eddins, C. Spoon, and S. Jung, “Somersault of Paramecium in extremely confined environments” Scientific Reports 5, 13148 (2015). PDF
  22. S. Gart, J.E. Mates, C.M. Megaridis, and S. Jung, “Droplet impacting on a cantilever: A leaf-raindrop system”, Phys. Rev. Applied 3, 044019 (2015). PDF
  23. P. Zhang, S. Jana, M. Giarra, P. Vlachos, and S. Jung, “Paramecia swimming in viscous flow”, EPJ ST 224, 3199-3210 (2015). PDF 
  24. S.W. Shin, K.S. Park, M.S. Jang, W.C. Song, J. Kim, S-W Cho, J.Y. Lee, J.H. Cho, S. Jung, S.H. Um, “X-DNA origami-networked core-supported lipid Stratum”, Langmuir 31, (2015). PDF
  25. Yong Xu, Peng Zhang, S. Jung, and Aram Lee, “Analysis of radiation pressure induced nonlinear optofluidics” Optics Express 22, 28875-28889 (2014). PDF
  26. S. Jung, C. Clanet, and J. Bush “Capillary instability on an elastic helix” Soft Matter 10, 3225-3228 (2014). PDF
  27. S. Gart, B. Chang, B. Slama, R. Goodnight, S. Um, and S. Jung, “Dynamics of squeezing fluids: Clapping wet hands” Phys. Rev. E 88, 023007 (2013). PDF
  28. B. Kim and S. Jung, “Effective immunization of online networks: A self-similar selection approach” Inf. Technol. Manag. 14, 257 (2013). PDF
  29. N. Wadhwa, P. Vlachos and S. Jung, “Non-coalescence in the oblique collision of fluid jets” Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 124502 (2013). (Selected for “Editors’ suggestions”.) PDF
  30. S.J. Bae, W.C. Song, S. Jung, S-W Cho, D-I Kim, and S. Um, “A Gene-Networked Gel Matrix-Supported Lipid Bilayer as a Synthetic Nucleus System” Langmuir 28, 17036 (2012). PDF
  31. C. Zhenning, B. Fangyuan, H. Ning, X. Huacheng, X. Peisheng, J. Saikat, S. Jung, L. Hong-Zhen, and L. Chang, “Droplet Sorting Based on the Number of Encapsulated Particles Using a Solenoid Valve” Lab on a Chip 13, 171-178 (2012). PDF
  32. S. Jana, S. Um, and S. Jung, “Paramecium swimming in capillary tube” Phys. Fluids 24, 041901 (2012). PDF 
  33. L. Pan, S. Jung, and R.-H. Yoon, “A fundamental study on the role of collector in the kinetics of bubble-particle interaction” Int. J. Min. Proc. 106-109, 37-41 (2012). PDF
  34. K. Stewart, S. Jung, and P. Vlachos, “The decay of confined vortex rings” Experiments in Fluids 53 (1) 163-171 (2012). PDF
  35. R. Stocker, J.M. Aristoff, S. Jung, P.M. Reis “Response to Comment on How Cats Laps: Water Uptake by Felis catus” Science 344, 311-c (2011). PDF
  36. N. Wadhwa and S. Jung, “Non-coalescence of Jets” Phys. Fluids 23, 091105 (2011). PDF (A winning entry for Gallery of Fluid Motion at APS-DFD 2010)
  37. B. Chang, G. Nave, and S. Jung, “Drop formation from a wettable nozzle” Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation 17, 2045 (2011). PDF
  38. S. Gart, D. Vella, and S. Jung, “The collective motion of nematodes in a thin liquid layer” Soft Matter 7 (6), 2444-2448 (2011). PDF
  39. L. Pan, S. Jung, and R.-H. Yoon, “Effect of hydrophobicity on the stability of the wetting films of water formed on gold surfaces” J. Colloid Interface Sci. 361, 321-330 (2011). PDF
  40. Jong Chul Kim, Sun Ju Bae, S. Jung, and Soong Ho Um, “Budding dynamics of lipid membrane” J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol 11, 6172 (2011). PDF
  41. S. Jung, Amos G. Winter, A. E. Hosoi, “Dynamics of digging in wet soil” Int. J. Nonl. Mech 46, 602 (2011). PDF
  42. J. Aristoff, R. Stocker, P. Reis, and S. Jung, “On the water lapping of felines and the water running of lizards: a unifying physical perspective" Communicative & Integrative Biology 4 (2), 1-3 (2011). PDF
  43. P.M. Reis*, S. Jung*, J.M. Aristoff* and R. Stocker*, “How cats lap: water uptake by Felis catus” Science 330, 1231 (2010). (All authors have contributed equally.) PDF
  44. P.M. Reis , J. Hure, S. Jung, J.W.M. Bush, and C. Clanet, “Grabbing water”, Soft Matter 6, 5705-5708 (2010).  PDF
  45. S. Jung, “Caenorhabditis elegans swimming in a saturated particulate system” Phys. Fluids 22, 031903 (2010). PDF
  46. S. Jung, P. Reis, J. James, C. Clanet, and J.W.M. Bush, “Capillary origami in nature” Phys. Fluids 21, 091110 (2009). PDF (A winning entry for Gallery of Fluid Motion at APS-DFD 2008)
  47. S. Jung, S. Lee, A. Samuel, ”Swimming C. elegans in a wet granular medium” Chaos 18, 041106 (2008). PDF
  48. M. Thrasher, S. Jung, Y.K. Pang, C. Chuu, and H.L. Swinney, ”Bouncing Jet: A Newtonian Liquid Rebounding off a Free Surface” Phys. Rev. E 76, 056319 (2007). PDF
  49. S. Jung, K. Mareck, L. Fauci, and M.J. Shelley, ”Rotational dynamics of a towed superhelix in a Stokes fluid” Phys. Fluids 19, 103105 (2007).  PDF 
  50. M. Thrasher, S. Jung, Y-K Pang, and H. L. Swinney,  "Bouncing of a Jet off a Newtonian Liquid Surface"  Phys. Fluids 19, 091110 (2007). PDF (A winning entry for Gallery of Fluid Motion at APS-DFD 2006)
  51. S. Jung, E. Kim, M.J. Shelley, and J. Zhang,  "Surface wave on a semi-toroidal water ring" Phys. Fluids 19, 058105 (2007). PDF
  52. S. Jung, K. Mareck, M.J. Shelley, and J. Zhang, "Dynamics of a Deformable Body in a Fast Flowing Soap Film" Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 134502 (2006). PDF
  53. S. Jung, S.E. Spagnolie, K. Prikh, M. Shelley, and A-K. Tornberg, "Periodic Sedimentation in a Stokesian Fluid" Phys. Rev. E 74, 035302(R) (2006). PDF
  54. K. Mareck, S. Jung, J. Zhang, and M.J. Shelley, "The dynamics of a flexible loop in a quasi-two-dimensional flow" Phys. Fluids 18, 091112 (2006). PDF
  55. Chang-Yong Lee and S. Jung, "Statistical Self-Similarity of Complex Networks " Phys. Rev. E 73, 066102 (2006). PDF
  56. S. Jung, P.J. Morrison, and Harry L. Swinney, "Statistical mechanics of two-dimensional turbulence" J. Fluid Mech. 554,  433-456 (2006). PDF
  57. S. Jung and H.L. Swinney, "Velocity difference statistics in turbulence" Phys. Rev. E 72, 026304 (2005). PDF 
  58. S. Jung, B.D. Storey, J. Aubert, and H.L. Swinney, "Nonextensive statistical mechanics for rotating quasi-two-dimensional turbulence" Physica D 193, 252-264(2004). PDF
  59. J. Aubert, S. Jung and H. L. Swinney, "Observation of zonal flow created by potential vorticity mixing in a rotating fluid" Geophysical Research Letters 29, 1876-1879(2002). PDF
  60. S. Jung, S. Kim, and B. Kahng, "Geometric fractal growth model for scale-free networks" Phys. Rev. E. 65, 056101(2002).  PDF