Complex effects in micro-scale and nano-scale electrokinetics: significance of computational modeling and overcoming its challe

Ali Mani

Ali Mani

Assistant Professor, Flow Physics and Computational Engineering

Stanford University

Ali Mani is an Assistant Professor at the Flow Physics and Computational Engineering and the Mechanics and Computation groups in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Stanford University. He received his Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Sharif University of Technology in 2002, and his Master of Science in mechanical engineering from Stanford University in 2004, followed by his Ph.D in 2009. He worked as an engineering research associate at Stanford and a senior postdoctoral associate at MIT's department of chemical engineering before joining Stanford as a faculty.

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