Charles T. Winship Professor
Experimental soft condensed matter physics.
Microscopy of colloidal glasses, nonlinear dynamics, complex fluids, and granular media. In our lab we study the properties and dynamics of complex fluids, mainly using microscopy. What happens when glasses solidify? What behavior do we see in materials when they are out of equilibrium? What happens when we push the limits of applications of statistical mechanics, by studying simple materials such as shaving cream foam or sand piles?
Awards and Honors:
*Fellow of the American Physical Society (2011)
*Winship Distinguished Research Professor (Emory University, 2010-2013)
*Selected as one of the "We are Emory 100 Community Builders" (2010)
*Gave Stanley Corrsin Memorial Lecture in Fluid Mechanics (Johns Hopkins University,
*Crystal Apple teaching award in "Emerging Excellence" from Emory's Residence Hall Assocation (2008)
*Named as an American Physical Society "Outstanding Referee" (inaugural group) (2008)
*Center for Teaching and Curriculum Award for Excellence in Teaching, natural
*Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists & Engineers (2004)