Join us at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics 2023
Our group will be presenting at DFD and we look forward to a lively discussion. We welcome anyone interested to attend any of the presentations on the studies shown above.
Congratulations to Professor Hormozi on being awarded the College of Engineering Teaching Award
Professor Hormozi was recognized for her excellence in teaching undergraduate Fluid Mechanics and graduate Mathematical Methods. Her students' comments reflect her engaging teaching techniques and energetic approach to facilitating learning.
Job well done to Temilola on her presentation to Engineering Learning Initiatives Undergraduate Forum
Temilola is an undergraduate research assistant to PhD student, Aaron Baxter on the use of active tracer suspensions in increasing longevity and efficiency of geothermal wells. She delivered a great presentation on her work and experience during …
Hormozi Lab marks the end of another semester with a group dinner.
Thank you all for joining us in welcoming new lab members and reconnecting with our alumni member, Dallas!
Congratulations to Sam and Temilola on receiving the Engineering Learning Initiatives Grant
We would like to welcome Temilola and Sam into the Hormozi Lab Research group. Temilola will be pursuing her undergraduate research career in the study of using active tracer suspensions for improved efficiency of geothermal wells and Sam will be designing biomimetic multifunctional nanoparticles.
Congratulations to Jonathan and Kaleigh on being awarded CBE Outstanding Service Awards
Congratulations to our undergraduate researchers, Jonathan Su and Kaleigh Soucy, on being awarded CBE Outstanding Service Awards for the class of 2023! The award recognizes their commitment to the school and their campus involvement to support chemical engineering.
Celebrating the end of the year with many pieces of excellent News:
The Hormozi Lab celebrated Jonathan and Kaleigh's graduation, papers of the lab on bacterial motility and rolling resistance in suspensions, welcoming new members to Hormozi's lab (Sotoodeh, Mehryar, Aaaron, and Sudharshan).
The Hormozi Lab will be attending the AIChE and APS-DFD Conferences
The AIChE Conference will be held in Phoenix, AR from November 13th through November 18th. The Hormozi Lab will be presenting two talks: Tuesday, November 15th at 8:15 AM- 242b Toward Understanding the Viscous and Inertial Nonlocal Rheology of Dense Suspensions by Sarah Hormozi Tuesday, November …
The Hormozi Lab Receives Funding for a New Research Project
The Hormozi Lab has recently received funding to start a new project which focuses on Viscous and Inertial Nonlocal Rheology of Dense Suspensions of Frictionless Particles (a collaborative project with Professor Koch). This project is essential to avoid or reduce the impacts of natural disasters. The Hormozi Lab would like to thank …
Granular Matter Gordon Research Conference 2022
Congratulations to Enzo and Nishanth for a successful presentation of their work at the Granular Matter Gordon Research Conference 2022
Memorable day at Cornell University: Drilling starts for the geothermal project
Pictured: Professor Tester, Professor Alabi, Professor Hormozi, and Professor Fulton
Congratulations to Professor Hormozi for a successful semester
Thank you to Professor Hormozi for her great teaching last semester in CHEME 3230: Fluid Mechanics.
Robert Frederick Smith visits the Hormozi Lab
We are honored to have Robert Frederick Smith visiting our lab during his recent visit to Cornell.
New Article Released: “Swelling colloids could fix short circuits in geothermal wells”
Sarah Hormozi and the Hormozi group are excited to be involved in this ongoing geothermal project. https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2022/04/swelling-colloids-could-fix-short-circuits-geothermal-wells
Cornell Geothermal Research: The President of Iceland meets with scientists from Cornell University, Professors Tester, Archer, Wiesner, Fulton, and Hormozi.
Iceland and Cornell aim to achieve carbon neutrality before 2040. https://www.forseti.is/fr%C3%A9ttir/2022-04-07-gestir-fr%C3%A1-cornell/