In our latest article in Electrophoresis, we show that surface conduction in current monitoring experiments for EOF measurement can lead to shock and rarefaction waves in ion-concentrations.pdf »
Our lab has received funding of over Rs 7.5 million under IMPRINT-2 scheme for development of an EHD jet printer..
Prof. Bahga was awarded Teaching Excellence Award at IIT Delhi for teaching MCL826: Introduction to Microfluidics html »
In our latest article in Physics of Fluids, we use dynamic mode decomposition (DMD) to extract coherent structures from experiments of electrokinetic instability pdf »
In our latest article in Physical Review E, we describe the instability of isotachophoresis shock wave pdf »
In our latest article in Physical Review E, we explain the mechanism of EHD instability with collinear electric field and conductivity gradient pdf »
In our latest article in Optics Communications, we describe a low-cost liquid lens design pdf »
Our work on Capillary displacement of viscous liquids in geometries with axial variation has been published in Langmuir pdf »
Our work on micro heat pipes with wettability gradients has been published in International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer pdf »
Our work on high internal phase polymerization has been published in Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics pdf »
Our work on modelling of multi-species electrophoresis in presence of surface conduction has been published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society A pdf »
Our work on uncertainty quantification of microfluidic systems has been published in Biomicrofluidics pdf »
Our work on stability of electrophoretic transport of ions has been published in Physical Review E. pdf »
Our lab has been awarded three year funding from the Despartment of Science and Technology for research project on electrohydrodynamics under the Scheme for Young Scientists.
Our lab is awarded seed funds from the Planning Unit, IIT Delhi for research project on low-cost health diagnostics using paper-microfluidics.
Our lab is awarded seed funds from the Industrial Research and Development Unit (IRD) of IIT Delhi for research project on simulating microscale electrokinetic flows.
Dr. Supreet Singh Bahga joined IIT Delhi as Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering. He received his MS and PhD from Stanford University in 2009 and 2013, respectively, and B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Bombay in 2007.