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Safa Jamali

334 SN
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115


  • PhD, Case Western Reserve University, 2015

Research & Scholarship Interests

microstructure-macroscopic properties relationship in complex fluids; rheology and physics of complex and structured fluids; colloidal suspensions; mesoscale computational science; computational fluid dynamics; physics of living systems; hemorheology and hemodynamics
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Selected Publications

  • A. Boromand, S. Jamali, J. Maia, Structural Fingerprints of Yielding in Short-ranged Attractive Colloidal Gels, Soft Matter, 2016
  • S. Jamali, et al., A Gaussian-inspired auxiliary thermostat for non-equilibrium Dissipative Particle Dynamics simulations, Computer Physics Communications, 197, 2015, 27-34
  • S. Jamali, et al., Generalized mapping of the Many-body Dissipative Particle Dynamics simulation parameters onto fluid compressibility and the Flory-Huggins theory, Journal of Chemical Physics, 142(16), 2015, 1-11
  • S. Jamali, et al., Microstructure and Rheology of Soft to Rigid Shear-Thickening Colloidal Suspensions, Journal of Rheology, 59(6), 2015, 1377-1395
  • Sh. Khani, S. Jamali, A. Boromand, M. Hore, J. Maia, Polymer-Mediated Nanorod Self-Assembly Predicted by Dissipative Particle Dynamics Simulations, Soft Matter, 11(34), 2015, 6881-6892
  • S. Jamali, A. Boromand, J. Maia, Viscosity measurement techniques in Dissipative Particle Dynamics, Computer Physics Communications, 196, 2015, 149-160

Related News

September 1, 2017

Safa Jamali joins the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering department in September 2017 as an Assistant Professor.