Theoretische Physik mit dem Schwerpunkt komplexe Fluide

Geschäftsführer SFB 910 & Doktorand

Henning Reinken

Geschäftsführer SFB 910 & Doktorand

henning.reinken@itp.tu-berlin.de

+49 30 314 29054

Einrichtung Institut für Theoretische Physik
Gebäude EW
Raum EW 268

Forschungsinteressen

  • Herleitung von Kontinuumsgleichungen für aktive Suspensionen auf Basis mikroskopischer Beschreibungen von Mikroschwimmern inklusive hydrodynamischer Effekte

  • Einfluss von externen Feldern auf die Strukturbildung in Suspensionen von Mikroschwimmern

  • Organisation bakterieller Wirbelstrukturen durch geometrische Einschränkungen

  • Transporteigenschaten in Mesoskalen-Turbulenz

Methoden: Kontinuumstheorie, Fokker-Planck-Gleichung, numerische Lösung von Differentialgleichungen via Finite-Differenzen und spektralen Methoden, lineare Stabilitätsanalyse, schwach nichtlineare Analyse

Publikationen

Vorträge

  • Non-equilibrium phase transitions inbacterial vortex lattices
    DPG-Frühjahrstagung, online, March 2021

  • Continuum-theoretical approach to pattern formation in active suspensions
    Seminar "Active Matter", AG Prof. Klaus Kroy (University of Leipzig), November 2020

  • Organizing bacterial vortex lattices by periodic obstacle arrays
    Third Infinity, International Conference, Göttingen, February 2020

  • Self-organization of microswimmer in arrays of obstacles
    Engineering of Chemical Complexity, 10th International Conference, June 2019

  • Stabilization of a square vortex lattice in microswimmer suspensions by periodic arrays of obstacles
    DPG Spring Meeting, 2019, Regensburg

  • Self-organization of microswimmers in arrays of obstacles
    23stes Harzseminar, März 2019, Goslar-Hahnenklee

  • Asymmetric pattern formation in microswimmer suspensions subjected to orienting external fields
    NECD18 - International Conference of GRK1558, October 2018, Potsdam

  • Mesoscale turbulence in active suspensions subjected to orienting external fields
    DPG Spring Meeting, 2018, Berlin

  • Influence of orienting external fields on the dynamics of mesoscale turbulence
    22stes Harzseminar, Februar 2018, Goslar-Hahnenklee

  • Influence of orienting external fields on the dynamics of mesoscale turbulence
    Workshop of GRK 1558, 2017, Templin

  • Rheology and shear-induced dynamics of polar microswimmers
    DPG Spring Meeting, 2017, Dresden

  • Flow-induced pattern formation in anisotropic fluids
    21stes Harzseminar, Februar 2017, Goslar-Hahnenklee

  • Shear banding in nematogenic fluids
    Workshop of GRK 1558, 2016, Bad Schandau-Krippen

  • Shear-driven instabilities in hard-core anisotropic colloids: Shear banding
    DPG Spring Meeting, 2016, Regensburg

Poster

  • Topologically selecting bacterial vortex lattices by weak geometrical constraints
    International Conference on "Control of Self-Organizing Nonlinear Systems", organized by CRC 910, Potsdam, August 2021

  • Topologically selecting bacterial vortex lattices by weak geometrical constraints
    11th Liquid Matter Conference, online, July 2020

  • Organizing bacterial vortex lattices by periodic obstacle arrays
    "Motile Active Matter", Online Conference organized by the DFG Priority Program on “Microswimmers – From Single Particle Motion to Collective Behavior”, 2020

  • Asymmetric pattern formation in microswimmer suspensions subjected to orienting external fields
    Erice Workshop: Self-Organization in Active Matter, October 2018, Erice, Italy

  • Influence of orienting external fields on the dynamics of mesoscale turbulence
    Liquid Matter Conference, July 2017, Ljubljana

  • Shear banding in nematogenic fluids with oscillating orientational dynamics
    3rd International Workshop on Nonlinear Response in Complex Matter, 2016, Primosten, Croatia

  • Inhomogeneous flow induced dynamics of nematic colloidal binary mixtures
    NECD15 – International Conference of GRK 1558, 2015, Potsdam

  • Inhomogeneous shear-induced alignment of anisotropic binary mixtures
    DPG Spring Meeting, 2015, Berlin

Preise & Auszeichnungen

  • Soft Matter poster prize at the Online Conference "Motile Active Matter", Oktober 2020

  • Urkunde des VDI - Bezirksverein Berlin-Brandenburg e. V. in Anerkennung des hervorragenden Studienabschluss im Studiengang Physikalische Ingenieurwissenschaft der TU Berlin, 2017

Abschlussarbeiten

  • Shear banding and pressure tensor dynamics of hard-core anisotropic colloids
    TU Berlin, 2016
    Prof. Dr. Sabine Klapp

  • Prozessvariation an einer einstufigen H2O-LiBr-Absorptionskälteanlage:
    Thermische Aktivierung des Verdampfersumpfs

    TU Berlin, 2012
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Felix Ziegler