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Bernhard Mehlig

Professor

Bernhard Mehlig
Professor
bernhard.mehlig@physics.gu.se
+46 31 786 9170
0766-229170

Room number: S3005
Visiting Address: Origovägen 6B , 41296 Göteborg


Department of Physics (More Information)
41296 Göteborg
physics@physics.gu.se
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Visiting Address: Origovägen 6 b , 41296 Göteborg

About Bernhard Mehlig

Latest publications

Optical manipulation for studies of collisional dynamics of micron-sized droplets under gravity
Maksym Ivanov, Kelken Chang, Ivan Galinskiy, Bernhard Mehlig, Dag Hanstorp
Optics Express, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Angular velocity of a spheroid log rolling in a simple shear at small Reynolds number
Jan Meibohm, F. Candelier, T. Rosen, Jonas Einarsson, Fredrik Lundell et al.
Physical Review Fluids, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Spectroscopy and optical imaging of coalescing droplets
M. Ivanov, M. Viderstrom, Kelken Chang, C. R. Contreras, Bernhard Mehlig et al.
SPIE Proceedings, Volume 9922, Optical Manipulation of Matter in Vaccum or Through Gaseous Media. , SPIE, Conference paper 2016
Conference paper

Angular velocity of a sphere in a simple shear at small Reynolds number
Jan Meibohm, F. Candelier, T. Rosen, Jonas Einarsson, F. Lundell et al.
Physical Review Fluids, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Angular Dynamics of a Small Particle in Turbulence
Fabien Candelier, Jonas Einarsson, Bernhard Mehlig
Physical Review Letters, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Visualizing the Nonhomogeneous Structure of RAD51 Filaments Using Nanofluidic Channels
Louise Fornander, Karolin Frykholm, Joachim Fritzsche, J. Araya, P. Nevin et al.
Langmuir, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Preferential Sampling and Small-Scale Clustering of Gyrotactic Microswimmers in Turbulence
Kristian Gustavsson, Fanny Berglund, Per R. Jonsson, Bernhard Mehlig
Physical Review Letters, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Settling of an asymmetric dumbbell in a quiescent fluid
F. Candelier, Bernhard Mehlig
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Journal article 2016
Journal article

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2017

Optical manipulation for studies of collisional dynamics of micron-sized droplets under gravity
Maksym Ivanov, Kelken Chang, Ivan Galinskiy, Bernhard Mehlig, Dag Hanstorp
Optics Express, Journal article 2017
Journal article

2016

Angular velocity of a spheroid log rolling in a simple shear at small Reynolds number
Jan Meibohm, F. Candelier, T. Rosen, Jonas Einarsson, Fredrik Lundell et al.
Physical Review Fluids, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Spectroscopy and optical imaging of coalescing droplets
M. Ivanov, M. Viderstrom, Kelken Chang, C. R. Contreras, Bernhard Mehlig et al.
SPIE Proceedings, Volume 9922, Optical Manipulation of Matter in Vaccum or Through Gaseous Media. , SPIE, Conference paper 2016
Conference paper

Angular velocity of a sphere in a simple shear at small Reynolds number
Jan Meibohm, F. Candelier, T. Rosen, Jonas Einarsson, F. Lundell et al.
Physical Review Fluids, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Angular Dynamics of a Small Particle in Turbulence
Fabien Candelier, Jonas Einarsson, Bernhard Mehlig
Physical Review Letters, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Visualizing the Nonhomogeneous Structure of RAD51 Filaments Using Nanofluidic Channels
Louise Fornander, Karolin Frykholm, Joachim Fritzsche, J. Araya, P. Nevin et al.
Langmuir, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Preferential Sampling and Small-Scale Clustering of Gyrotactic Microswimmers in Turbulence
Kristian Gustavsson, Fanny Berglund, Per R. Jonsson, Bernhard Mehlig
Physical Review Letters, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Settling of an asymmetric dumbbell in a quiescent fluid
F. Candelier, Bernhard Mehlig
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Showing 1 - 10 of 101

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