Reghan J. Hill (McGill University – Chemical Engineering) Electrokinetics and microhydrodynamics, especially of nanoparticles, hydrogels and their nanocomposites.
Greg van Anders (Queen’s University) Theoretical and computational soft matter; colloids; nanostructured materials; inverse design approaches.
John de Bruyn (Western University) Physics and applications of soft materials, including polymer-based materials, gels, granular materials, non-Newtonian fluid dynamics, biological materials, and the physics of biological systems
Jeff Chen (University of Waterloo) The current thrust of my research group is to establish a fundamental understanding of the structures, states, and dynamics of soft matter systems such as semiflexible polymers, as well as liquid crystals and their defect structures.
Kari Dalnoki-Veress (McMaster University) Experiments in soft and living matter at surfaces and interfaces
Eric De Giuli (Ryerson University) Statistical physics of complex systems (amorphous materials, chemical reaction networks, syntactic structure)
Colin Denniston (Western University) Multiscale modelling of nanostructured soft materials
John Dutcher (University of Guelph) Soft matter and biological physics at surfaces
Bae-Yeun Ha (University of Waterloo) Theoretical soft matter and biophysics; confined polymers; biomolecular crowding; chromosome organization; interactions between peptide antibiotics and membranes; bacterial outer membranes
Megan Engel (University of Calgary) Nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, differentiable molecular dynamics simulation, biomolecular materials design.
Giovanniantonio Natale (University of Calgary) We employ a combination of experimental and theoretical approaches to investigate bulk and interfacial rheological properties of complex and biological fluids, colloidal suspensions and their nonequilibrium behaviour (active colloids)
Philip Y. K. Choi (University of Alberta) email@example.com Molecular simulations and theory of polymer solution thermodynamics and polymer dynamics
John Bechhoefer (Simon Fraser University) Information theory and experimental tests in statistical physics
Gwynn Elfring (University of British Columbia) Research into the mechanics of soft matter, including cell biomechanics, mechanics of active suspensions, interfacial rheology and instabilities, and non-Newtonian flow physics
James J. Feng (University of British Columbia) Complex fluids, interfacial flows, and modeling of biological cells and tissues