Jayant Pande

Jayant Pande

Postdoctoral researcher

Mathematical techniques in biology and active matter

         PULS group, Department of Physics                                     +49-9131-85-20854
         and                                                                                        jayant.pande@fau.de
         EAM: Cluster of Excellence,
         Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg,
         Nägelsbachstraße 49 b, 91052 Erlangen, Germany

         For a full Curriculum Vitæ, please click here.


         Dr. rer. nat., Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, 2016

         M.Sc. (Integrated), Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India, 2010

List of publications

Under consideration

8) Microswimming with inertia, J. Pande, O. Trosman, K. Pickl, U. Rüde and A.-S. Smith, submitted (preprint available at arXiv:1603.04633 [cond-mat.soft])

7) Effect of body deformability on microswimming, J. Pande, L. Merchant, T. Krüger, J. Harting and A.-S. Smith, submitted (preprint available at arXiv:1611.01795 [physics.bio-ph])

6) Setting the pace of microswimmers: when increasing viscosity speeds up self-propulsion, J. Pande, L. Merchant, T. Krüger, J. Harting and A.-S. Smith, submitted (preprint available at arXiv:1411.5723 [cond-mat.soft])

5) General asymptotic expansions of the hypergeometric function with two large parameters, M. Cvitković, A.-S. Smith and J. Pande, submitted (preprint available at arXiv:1602.05146 [math-ph])


4) Lattice Boltzmann simulations of the bead-spring microswimmer with a responsive stroke—from an individual to swarms, K. Pickl*, J. Pande*, H. Köstler, U. Rüde and A.-S. Smith, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 29, 124001 (2017)

3) PhD thesis—Analytical and numerical study of microswimming using the ‘bead-spring model’, J. Pande (2016, available at https://opus4.kobv.de/opus4-fau/frontdoor/index/index/docId/7955)

2) Forces and shapes as determinants of micro-swimming: effect on synchronization and the utilization of drag (COVER ARTICLE), J. Pande and A.-S. Smith, Soft Matter 11, 2364 (2015)

1) All good things come in threes—three beads learn to swim with lattice Boltzmann and a rigid body solver, K. Pickl, J. Götz, K. Iglberger, J. Pande, K. Mecke, A.-S. Smith and U. Rüde, J. Comput. Sci. 3, 374 (2012)