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Associate Professor

Chris MacMinn SB SM PhD

Associate Professor of Engineering Science

Non-Tutorial Fellow at University College

TEL: 01865 273908
  • Biography
  • Research

Biography

Professor Chris MacMinn earned his SB (2005) from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, after which he spent about one year in engineering consulting, working at Creare LLC and then Navigant Consulting, Inc.

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Research Interests

Chris' research group studies flow, transport, and deformation in multiphase systems, from subsurface flows (e.g., water and energy resources) to soft porous materials (e.g., the swelling of gels and tissues). They are an
interdisciplinary team of engineers, earth scientists, physicists, and mathematicians, and their goal is to develop physical insight into complex natural and engineering systems by combining mathematical models, numerical simulations, and high-resolution laboratory experiments.

He is active in peer review for a variety of journals across physics, engineering, and geoscience, and serves as a member of the EPSRC Peer Review College.

Current Projects

DEFTPORE

Understanding the coupling between flow, transport, and deformation in soft porous materials (ERC)


SOFT-FINGER

Using fluid-structure interactions to control viscous fingering in soft flow cells (EPSRC)


SOFT-BUBBLE

Investigating bubble migration through soft granular media (The Royal Society)