Xiaolei Ma

Justin Burton, Advisor

Education

  • Physics, Bachelor of Science, Northwest University, China

Research

Soft Condensed Matter Physics, and Fluid Dynamics.

Publications

Star-shaped oscillations of Leidenfrost drops X Ma*, J-J Liétor-Santos, J. C. Burton, arXiv:1605.05255

Method for sky region segmentation B. Jiang*, W. X. Zhang, X. L. Ma, Y. Ru, H. Q. Meng, L. Wang, Electronics Letters, 51, 2104-2106, (2015)

The many faces of a Leidenfrost drop X. Ma*, J-J Liétor-Santos, J. C. Burton, Physics of Fluids, 27, 091109-091110, (2015).

Hierarchically textured surfaces of versatile alloys for superamphiphobicity H. Yu, X. Tian, H. Luo, X Ma*(corresponding author), Materials Letters, 138, 184-187, (2015).

A facile approach for fabrication of underwater superoleophobic alloy X. Ma, H. Luo, J. Ma, P. Wang, X. Xu, G. Jing*, Applied Physics A, 113, 693-702, (2013).

Presentations

The origin of star-shaped oscillations of Leidenfrost drops,     APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD 03/2016

Star-shaped oscillations of Leidenfrost droplet,                     APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, San Francisco, CA 11/2014