The Hormozi Laboratory



  • Olin Hall


The Hormozi Lab group’s investigations primarily focus on the understanding of complex flows of yield stress fluids as well as fluid mechanics, rheology, and microstructure of suspensions of non-Brownian particles in non-Newtonian fluids (or complex fluids). Our work involves large core computations, advanced lab-scale experiments, and applied mathematical techniques.


Our laboratory invites applications for Post-doctoral, Ph.D., M.Sc., and B.Sc. researchers. Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to learn about the admission process at Cornell University. Candidates are sought in all technical subdisciplines of fluid mechanics, rheology, and soft matter physics. Ideal candidates include those with a strong background and publication record in theoretical, experimental, and computational research. Qualified candidates, please send your Curriculum Vitae to

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