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Daniel Kroll

Professor Emeritus

Ph.D., Physics, University of Chicago, 1973
M.S., Physics, University of Chicago, 1969
B.S., Physics and Math, University of Chicago , 1967

Department of Physics
North Dakota State University
Fargo, ND 58105
Tel: (701)  231-8974
Fax: (701) 231-7088
daniel.kroll [at] ndsu [dot] edu

Research Interests

  • Statistical Mechanics of Membranes
  • Mesoscale modeling of dynamics and rheology of complex liquids
  • Flow and transport in porous media
  • Nanostructure toughening of Epoxy resins

Current Funding

  • NSF DMR-0513393, "Simulation Studies of Macromolecular Materials"
  • NSF DMR-0706017, "Mesoscale Simulations of Complex Liquids"

Recent Publications

 

 

 

  • M. Fosnaric, A. Iglic, D.M. Kroll, and S. May, "Monte Carlo simulations of complex formation between mixed fluid vesicles and a charged colloid", to appear in J. Chem. Phys. 
  • A.D. Bicek, E. Tuzel, A. Demtchouk, M. Uppalapati, W.O. Hancock, D.M. Kroll, and D.J. Odde, "Anterograde microtubule transport drives microtubule bending in LLC-PK1 epithelial cells", Mol. Biol. Cell 20, 2943 (2009). 
  • G. Gompper, T. Ihle, D.M. Kroll, and R.G. Winkler, "Multi-particle collision dynamics: a particle-based mesoscale simulation approach to the hydrodynamics of complex fluids'', Adv. Polym. Sci. 221, 1 (2009). 
  • E. Vandre, R.S. Maier, D.M. Kroll, A. McCormick, and H.T. Davis, "Diameter-Dependent Dispersion in Cylindrical Bead Packs",  AIChE Journal 54, 2024 (2008). 
  • E. Tuzel, G. Pan, T. Ihle, and D.M. Kroll, "Mesoscopic model for the fluctuating hydrodynamics of binary and ternary mixtures",  Europhys. Lett. 80, 40010 (2007).
  • Ravi. K. Nandigam and D.M. Kroll, "Three dimensional modeling of the brain's ECS by minimum energy configurational energy packing of fluid vesicles", Biophys. J. 92, 3368 (2007). 
  • R.S. Maier, D.M. Kroll, and H.T. Davis, "Diameter-dependent dispersion in packed beds'', AIChE Journal 53, 527 (2007).  
  • A.D. Bicek, E. Tuzel, D.M. Kroll, and D. Odde, ``Analysis of Microtubule Curvature'',  Methods in Cell Biology: Cell Mechanics 83, 237 (2007).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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