Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering
Modeling and simulation of the dynamics of complex fluids, Multiscale simulations including Mesoscale and molecular dynamics simulations, Flow induced effects in macromolecules including structure and dynamics, dynamics of confined macromolecules.
PhD, Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2013 Thesis Title:Multiscale Modeling of Polymer Dynamics under Equilibrium and Non-Equilbrium Conditions ThesisSupervisor:Ronald G. Larson
M.S., Mathematics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2013
M.E., Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 2005
B.E., Chemical Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, 2003
Indranil Saha Dalal, Chih-Chen Hsieh, Alex Albaugh and Ronald G. Larson,"Effects of Excluded Volume and Hydrodynamic Interactions on the Behavior of Isolated Bead-Rod Polymer Chains in Shearing Flow", AIChE J., 60 (4), 1400-1412 (2014).
Indranil Saha Dalal and Ronald G. Larson, "Explaining the Absence of High-Frequency Viscoelastic Relaxation Modes of Polymers in Dilute Solutions", Macromolecules, 46 (5), 1981-1992 (2013).
Indranil Saha Dalal, Alex Albaugh, Nazish Hoda and Ronald G. Larson, "Tumbling and deformation of isolated polymer chains in shearing flow", Macromolecules, 45 (23), 9493-9499 (2012).
Indranil Saha Dalal, Nazish Hoda and Ronald G. Larson, "Multiple Regimes of Deformation in Shearing Flow of Isolated Polymers ", Journal of Rheology, 56, 305 (2009).