About

 

    Tapomoy Bhattacharjee is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida. His research is focused on exploring jamming in microgels, manufacturing soft structures of cells, colloids, and polymers inside jammed granular microgel media and investigating cell dynamics in 3D microgel medium. Tapomoy received his B.S. degree in chemical engineering from the Jadavpur University in 2012 followed by his M.S. degree in chemical engineering and M.S degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Florida in 2014 and 2015, respectively.

Publications

 

Presentations

 

    Oral Presentation

    • 3D Cell Motion in Jammed Granular Microgels
      UF Biomaterials Day, University of Florida, Mar 2017
    • Classifying and Analyzing 3D Cell Motion in Jammed Microgels
      American Physical Society, Mar 2017
    • Friction and Yielding in Liquid-Like Solids
      Society of Tribology and Lubrication Engineering, May 2016
    • Liquid-Like Solids as 3D Cell Growth Medium
      Institute of Cell and Tissue Science and Engineering, 2016
    • Three-Dimensional Cell Behavior in Microgels
      American Physical Society, Mar 2016
    • 3D Cell Behavior in Liquid-Like Solids
      UF Biomaterials Day, University of Florida, 2016
    • Writing in the Granular Gel Medium
      Biomedical Engineering Society, 2015
    • Complex Cellular Manifolds in a Granular Gel
      Biomedical Engineering Society, 2015
    • Complex Multi-cellular Manifolds
      American Physical Society, Mar 2015
    • Microencapsulation of Drugs with Biodegradable Polymers
      Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2011
    • Formulation of Mathematical Model for Dead End Ultrafiltration System using Dimensional Analysis Approach
      Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2009

    Posters

    • Polymer Physics Scaling Laws in Yielding of Jammed Microgels
      Society of Rheology, 2017
    • Yielding in Liquid-Like Solids
      Gordon Research Seminar - Tribology, 2016
    • Friction and Yielding in Liquid-Like Solids
      Soft Matter Symposium, 2015
    • High Energy Dissipation from Iron Oxide Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles through Optimization of their Intrinsic Loss Power (ILP)
      NanoFlorida, 2013

Awards

 
  • ACS Editors' Choice Award (2016)
  • Attributes of a Gator Engineer Creativity Award - University of Florida (2016)
  • Best Presentation - Annual Symposium, Institute for Cell & Tissue Science and Engineering - University of Florida (2016)
  • University of Florida Technology Innovator Award - (2015)
  • National Merit Award - Government of India (2008-2012)