Michael Siegel, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Michael Booty, New Jersey Institute of Technology
The closely related areas of electrokinetic and electrohydrodynamic flow have been studied for more than 200 years since the early account by F.F. Reuss in 1809. They have received much renewed interest more recently in the general field of microhydrodynamic flow because of their wide range of potential applications and because of the challenges of their analysis and simulation. The seminars in these two symposia will present recent results and future directions for research in these areas.