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Fredrik Lundell

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About me

I work with fluid physics from theory to applications. The problems I address range from fundamental problems such as how particles moves in different flows to novel assembly techniques for biobased materials that utilises this understanding (more info via links to the right). Originally a fairly pure experimentalist, I now combine theoretical, numerical and experimental approaches to develop new knowledge. Experimental techniques that I use include magnetic resonance imaging and synchrotron radiation. 

Teaching and learning has always been a special interest. In particular, I work on the integration of interactive teaching methods and online material to achieve deeper learning and increased interest in the material.

Present PhD students

Krishne Gowda V.

Martin Leskovec

Susumu Yada

Gusten Isfeldt

Saeed Davoodi

Sofia Saoncella

Rohan Kulkarni

Ahmad Reza Motezakker

Federico Rorro

Ali Yousefi

Previous PhD students

Dr. Gabriele Bellani

Dr. Mathias Kvick

Dr. Tomas Rosèn

Dr. Allan Carlsson

Dr. Outi Tammisola 

Dr. Feng Zhang

Dr. Afshin Abbasi-Hosseini

Dr. Karl Håkansson

Dr. Ugis Lacis

Dr. Zeinab Moradi Nour

Dr. Nitesh Mittal

Dr. Sagar Zade


Degree Project in Fluid Mechanics, Second Cycle (SG213X), examiner | Course web

Degree Project in Mechanics, Second Cycle (SG212X), examiner | Course web

Engineering Mechanics (SG1117), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Fluid Mechanics (SG1218), teacher | Course web

Mechanics I Inclusive Project (SG1132), assistant | Course web

Mechanics II (SG1140), teacher | Course web

Vehicle Aerodynamics (SG2211), assistant | Course web