Dr. Morteza Ghorbani
Morteza is a principal Investigator at Sabanci University. He undertook postdoctoral work at Sabanci University and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. In 2019, he moved to Sabanci University, where became the Principal Investigator on microfluidics and cavitation. He was also acting as a visiting researcher in the Medicine Technology and Health System School at KTH between January 2020 and December 2021. He currently heads the Cavitation and Interfaces Research Group. His main research interests are multiphase flow dynamics, cavitation phenomenon, and ultrasound. He is particularly interested in utilizing the chemical and mechanical effects of cavitation in wastewater treatment, 2D nanomaterial production and biomedical applications.
Prof. Ali Koşar
Distinguished Research Professor, Sabanci University and SUNUM
Co-Director of Center of Excellence for Functional Surfaces and Interfaces (EFSUN)
Ali is a Distinguished Research Professor at Sabanci University. He is focusing on the design and development of new generation micro heat sinks with functional surfaces and microfluidic devices including cavitation on chip devices. His research interests constitute a spectrum covering heat and fluid flow in micro/nano scale, condensation, boiling heat transfer, microfluidic systems, and cavitation. He co-authored over 150 research articles in top journals and 80 conference papers in prestigious international conferences. He has also a co-inventor on 7 granted patents and 7 pending patent applications. He received numerous national and international honors, including the µFIP Prominent Researcher Award" in the 2021 micro Flow and Interfacial Phenomena (µFIP) Conference, METU (Middle East Technical University) Prof. Mustafa N. Parlar Foundation Science Award (2021). He is the Co-director of Center of Excellence for Functional Surfaces and Interfaces for Nano diagnostics (EFSUN) and a Distinguished Researcher of Sabanci University Nanotechnology and Application Center. He was recently elected as a Member of Turkish Academy of Sciences (TÜBA).
Assoc. Prof. Dmitry Grishenkov
Dmitry is an Associate Professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Health Systems, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. His research is focused on the understanding of the dynamics of multiphase medium in biomedical applications; investigation of the nature and mechanism of cavitation, acoustic droplet vaporization and sonoporation; characterization of structural and physical properties of microbubbles. Moreover, recent work has been dedicated to the characterization of the microbubble behavior in microfluidic system where the hydrodynamics and external acoustic effects were evaluated. This research opens up new horizons of the microbubbles application as a novel unique device for lab-on chip experiments.