Collective droplet pattern formation
Collective droplet pattern formation

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Collective behaviour of fish
Collective behaviour of fish

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Collective phenomena in traffic
Collective phenomena in traffic

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Collective droplet pattern formation
Collective droplet pattern formation

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Research interests of the lab

Welcome to the Collective Phenomena Lab, (CoPhe LAB). Our research interests broadly encompass understanding the nonlinear interactions and collective dynamics in natural and artificial systems. We look at problems across a wide spectrum of systems that include, droplets in a microchannel, collective organismal motion, traffic and pedestrian dynamics. We use a combination of simple agent based models, data-driven approaches and machine learning to solve two kinds of problems:

  1. The scientific problem: understanding  how the interactions at the level of the agents lead to the observed collective phenomena;

  2. The engineering problem: designing/tuning the inter-agent interactions and the surroundings to achieve the desired group-level behavior.

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Featured as the reviewer of the month:

Communications Physics,

a Nature journal

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Contact

Department of Chemical Engineering, IISc Bangalore
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Office:

Lab 10, Chemical engineering, IISc Bangalore, Bengaluru-560012, Karnataka, India